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Thursday, April 07, 2005
is nothing sacred?

Oh my god. This makes me want to cry right here at work. Where else can a person sit on top of a mountain and see nothing but pine trees for miles and miles? I just can't imagine. I think this calls for some hiking and climbing of Mt. Katahdin again soon to enjoy the splendor before they start chipping away at that too. Head to Baxter State Park soon folks, and enjoy the hiking, climbing and solitude while you still can. Yeah, yeah, people need jobs. I know the people of Maine need jobs. But, there are plenty of other places in Maine (old mill towns, old farming communities) that are already developed, already have people living there, and aren't a part of the wild, middle part of Maine that is the largest piece of undeveloped land east of the Mississippi river. I think I feel sick.

posted by knit wit | 4/07/2005 12:34:00 PM

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