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May 15, 2006

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Thanks for my "day in the rain." It is a much less polluted country today than in the days of my youth. During the years after flood control was built on the Merrimack and its tributaries we were all grateful every 15 or 20 years when we had a spring freshet such as we are now experiencing. You are right most people don't want to know about the past and how its dangers affect the present.

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