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Touched by an Angel

October 17, 2011
By Eric Holmlund

One can depend on autumn in the Adirondacks for brilliant foliage, electric blue skies alternating with sodden blankets of grey drizzle, steadily declining temperatures, the return of football and, apparently, increasing mayhem around the neighborhood. We live in a comfortable, well kept, seemingly law-abiding part of Saranac Lake, a place where we are not overly concerned with security, where the neighbors you know are friendly and the ones you don't know give you the impression that they would be if either one of us had the time to invest in the other. It's a place which rarely begs a second thought or a second glance. Perhaps a place of assumptions, assumed tranquility, where you take peace for granted, never suspecting your own foolishness.

 
 

 

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