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18 February 2001 Issue
Duck Creek

by Feet Pink dawn, snow, wind grey dusk, dark snow, wind first light, brisk, misty golden sunrise, glorious blue fireset, lavender, cold, crystal star glow stillness, cold, cold, colder. The power is down in the meadow enveloped in the morning's misty swirl wrapped in beauty. up and feeding now they wait out the endless winter on brown grass, sedge and willow as death rolls in with every storm. they teach us patience. Taken from Buffalo Field Campaign newsletter stop-the-slaughter@wildrockies.org www.wildrockies.org/buffalo

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