goannego at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 11:10:23 EST 2006
I thought it was a great letter.
Until I realized that at the time of creation, the Back Bay as cited was a
swamp and the roads were backed up with horses, carriages, mud, and (as
Colonel Potter used to call it) "horse puckey."
Different to cars, but not much safer, and a different kind of dirt. Pro
bikes, good, but appealing to the historical sense seemed to have a big
On 28/11/06, Lee Peters <lfpeters at gis.net> wrote:
> Hey kids -- This is the 1st letter I got past the editors of the Globe.
> (Turtle provided guidance on how to do this a couple months ago, thanks!)
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