Talk:Doane Rock

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the last 2 sentences[edit]

What do these have to do with Doane Rock. Before the 'lush vegetation" the area was at the foot of a retreating glacier. The barrenness and run off must have be stunning. The gratuitous remark about the Pilgrim's farming practices indicates a disdainful point of view (Pilgrims BAD, nature GOOD). The farming practices that the writer may refer to cannot be laid at the feet of the Pilgrims. I will delete the last 2 sentences in a few weeks if no good reason pops up. Peace. ~Calixte —Preceding unsigned comment added by Calixte (talkcontribs) 17:37, 19 July 2008 (UTC)