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May 19, 2010

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jara smith

This is a awesome write-up, im happy I came across this. Ill be back again later on to check out other posts that you have on your blog. That rss feature on your blog here is magnificent, you should tell more folks about it in your upcoming post. I haven’t noted it for the first couple of times, now I’m using it each morning to check on any updates. I’m on a very slow dial-up link in Jakarta and it’s quite frustrating to sit there and wait for such a long time ’til the page loads… but hey, I just found your rss page and added it to the Google Reader and there you are… I’m always up-to-date! Well pal, keep up the good work and make that rss button a little bigger so that other people can enjoy that as well :-P

Tim Abbott

The very same, Terry. I once saw a very young bear cub, 3 months old, tops, crossing the road just below the turn. No sign of its Momma.

Terry Cowgill

Tim, that first graphic looks like the Hairpin Turn on Rt 2. There's a little restaurant and gift shop there where you can sit on the balcony and have an adult libation while enjoying the spectacular view.
I lived in Williamstown for a couple of years, but have never been through the Hoosac Tunnel. I had read about that terrible accident before. Thanks for this terrific post. It takes me back.

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