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Friday’s Focus is Green Lit. It’s a celebration of writers who celebrate the planet and, by nature, those of us who call it home. The gravesite above belongs to Henry David Thoreau and of course, it’s priceless.
PLEASE NOTE: the green and red squiggly lines that underscore some of the excerpts you’re about to read are the result of our decision to convert text to jpeg images and not doing it very well. In short, you’re not seeing things and you’re not having a problem with your computer.