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N'Yahweh (thanks) for a view of what Rotinossonni (Haudenausaune) Country has become. Used to be just deer and buffalo (yeah!, there were real western buffalo at the salt licks of Onondaga) and longhouse villages with Strawberry and Green Corn festivals and kids sneakin' off into the woods for a bit of nookie.

Edifice complex?  well, it was his State.

Sadly, i've never been to the Baseball Shrine at Cooperstown.

Well done, and glad you enjoyed the journey.

"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Ana´s Nin

by Crazy Horse on Mon Oct 20th, 2008 at 05:14:06 PM EST
from the 1970s, when I lived there. I actually saw a number of Herons, an Egret, and a Bittern along the Canal - and a large flight of geese over Fort Ti. When I moved to the Pacific NW in 1979, there was hardly a large flock to be seen, let alone an Egret.

paul spencer
by paul spencer (spencerinthegorge AT yahoo DOT com) on Mon Oct 20th, 2008 at 05:32:59 PM EST
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