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October 12, 2005


Conn Nugent

A neat geo-political summary of a marvelous region. Congratulations, and thanks.

I love the intrinsic divided-loyalty of the land. On our own little 16 acre parcel in Mount Washington, one of the streams becomes Karner Brook and empties into the Housatonic, another drains into Bash Bish Creek and ultimately the Hudson. Living on the cusp.

You might be interested to know that the Mount Washington militia is poised to recover Boston Corners -- our own Alsace-Lorraine -- by any means necessary.

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