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December 20, 2006

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Great news. Certainly good that they have had some generous donations as well.

oh. Pretty. The Columbia River Basin area is practically a rain forest...so lush and beautiful.
If I ever get enough $$ saved, and the economy improves enough so I can sell my house here, that is where I want to move - somewhere around Astoria/Long Beach. I have a friend there & have visited. Though visiting reminds me of what a sh***le SE MI is!
(OK, it's not THAT bad here. I keep telling myself that LOL.)

One word: yippee!

One can only hope.

I'd like to someday see the place, yes.

I know this sounds negative, but I'll be surprised if this succeeds; Burpee wanted many millions of dollars for the property; $25,000 is a drop in the bucket. I know, from a local standpoint, there are an awful lot of people who think this or that piece of land should be saved, but they mean with somebody else's money.
Don

I know. I know. But I have to be heartened that somebody is at least trying.

Grass roots attempts do sometimes attract larger attention.

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