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A Year in the Maine Woods Quotes

Bernd Heinrich
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"Of all they built, only the stone walls, crumbling wells, and barn and house foundations still remain as visible reminders."
Adams Hill, p. 10

"A lot of what exists in these woods cannot be seen from my red spruce. Most of the lives around us go on unnoticed. They leave no records."
Adams Hill, p. 15

"Trees are our lifeblood, in more ways than one. And that is the problem. There are woods, and there is wood, and the two have different uses."
Scrap Lumber, p. 22

"Everywhere there is a hurry, and little time for dallying, or grieving."
The Urgency of Spring, p. 31

"As I look across the landscape and 'see' mountains rising out of the earth, being eroded again to leave plains, and then rising again while the continents drift about, the only permanence I see is in life itself."
Bedrock, p. 47

"Evolution works on percentages, not guarantees."
August 6 Late...

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