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Imagine my surprise when I discovered the article "Our Green Mountain" by The Old Crock, Jaime O’Neill, in your Oct. 2 issue. The Green Mountain Gazette was a labor of love of many in an isolated mountain community dedicated to bringing a difference in the lives of its readers. We struggled to publish an alternative and a new vision at the dawn of the ’80s. I see HCN much in the same vein, and strongly support your vision and efforts to preserve the wonderfulness of the Great American West. So, thanks.

Christopher Mehne
Gridley, California

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