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Touching the Earth

On Apr 18, 2017 Tim Buchanan wrote:

 Dirt under my fingernails from Sunday's yard work. Dirt in the Central Valley is to be cherished. You can crawl in it with pleasure, soft, sandy, forgiving. We take much for granted but the soil here is the reason the Central Valley is the agricultural center of the world. My dirt, your dirt, the neighbors' dirt, we are all in separable, and we all owe our existence, in part, to the dirt. 

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