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Simon Rich

Andrea spoke in Edenton, NC last evening as part of our 300th Celebration . She gave all of us a new appreciation of who we are as Americans and why our natural heritage is so a part of our identity.
As she relates Muir's encounter with the Sequoia in this comment I cannot help but think that in our encounter with Ms. Wulf there has been some transference!
Simon Rich , Edenton, NC

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