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Stop, Look, Learn and Listen

Original post made by D. Touchstone, Old Mountain View, on Jun 29, 2012

I am new to California and Mountain View. I am a mutigenerational loridian I hope to return there soon. So this is all from a outsider looking in prespective. I love being here. and as I walk the streets of Old Mountain Vew I am awe struck by the bueaty. In the same breath my heart sinks and my mind wanders. They are alike and different like any place you call home. They are heavenly places on the planet. Like all environments they are unique in beauty and diversey but they are evolving.We are evolving and changing acording to our enviroment. There is constant change. From one breath to the next things change. Sometimes the change is not too noticable. . I Know what it is like to see a Paridise brutalized. I hope we are aware of we have been given and not waste it. I hope we take care of it.

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Posted by D. Touchstone
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Jun 29, 2012 at 3:14 pm

Ugh..no spellcheck almost sinful in MV. :o)


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