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How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…… Coming back to being indigenous to place in the Dart Valley

We are all indigenous to place. Some place we call home now, some place we once came from, some place we may long, one day, to return to. I’m still homesick for the landscapes of my youth—the woods and fields around the houses of my grandparents in Berkshire. I can never return there, in the sense that we cannot step into the same river twice.

Water and the Dart

We don’t have a “water group”.

Charley Quinton

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Kentucky, United States

Am I all alone in this world? I don't think so!

Please look into the transition way of thinking about our future and how we can make our local community more self-reliant and resillient.

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