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October 13, 2005

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Tracey Mahon  180 N Plain Rd, Great Barrington Ma 01230

My favorite place in the world. Magical, accessable and then work well paid for when climbing up to the falls. Beautiful restreat from the world. Gurgling stream, many small waterfalls and rivulets, rocks upon rocks, grey, green, wet black and brown, moss emerald green covering rocks and trees alike. Rich cool air to breathe in deeply, present at all times of the year. Refreshing to the body, mind and spirit.

Ed Stalling

Stumbled onto your Sages post when I put "Sages Ravine" in google after reminiscing about old haunts of mine. In the early 70's Sages Ravine was one of my favorite places - we'd hike in and camp at all seasons. I recall a New Years eve (74?) spent in there. The very word "Sages Ravine" stirs up fond memories and the beginning of my love for wild places left wild. Thanks!

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