Guest Commentary: ‘Damned Environmentalist’ Mother Took Lead in Natural Area Creation

I was published in the Centralia Chronicle today.

“My 1960s childhood was spent in the woods bordering my Seminary Hill home. My neighbor, Barbara, and I pretended we were horses and galloped down the trails, leaping fallen logs. In junior high we got real horses and rode the trails on Scout and Shadow. We blazed a few trails of our own and penciled crude, not-to-scale maps on notebook paper. And yes, in high school, I rendezvoused there with my boyfriend. …”

Here is the link to the paper.

Here is the full article if you aren’t a subscriber to the Chronicle.

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