Bill McKibben Quotes: I Think People Who Dont Know The Woods

I Think People Who Don't Know The Woods Very Well Sometimes Imagine It As A Kind Of Undifferentiated Mass Of Greenery, An Endless Continuation Of The Wall Of Trees They See Lining The Road. And I Think They Wonder How It Could Hold Anyone's Interest For Very Long, Being All So Much The Same. But In Truth I Have A List Of A Hundred Places In My Own Town I Haven't Been Yet. Quaking Bogs To Walk On; Ponds I've Never Seen In The Fall (I've Seen Them In The Summer - But That's A Different Pond). That List Gets Longer Every Year, The More I Learn, And Doubtless It Will Grow Until The Day I Die. So Many Glades; So Little Time.
— Bill McKibben —

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