yea, i guess you're right but its still shocking, really. and it makes me a little nostalgic. and for that commercialized two lane, I think its the road to some of the most beautiful places in NH. my heart is there, always.
but you are right, nature formed it and never mind its been there for thousands of years, nature can claim it whenever. guess it shows that NOTHING is ever set in stone. Not even stone.
Now that its later in the day, I am kinda irritated at the media. "We'll have continuing coverage of the fall of the Old Man..."
Continuing Coverage? what the heck is there to continue to cover? it was there, now its not, end of story! geeeze....
and the Governor is going to make a "fly over" in a helicopter...WHY? what is HE gonna do about it? get out and put it back together again? and why cant he look at it from the road like everyone else? THAT is just silly.
But, still, it meant alot to alot of people. it WAS kinda cool.
Hold on to those NH quarters!!!