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But you gotta hear what I did!

At the end of my rotten day, when I just couldn't stand it any more, I went
out into the woods to do some trivial field work that I've wanted to do for
a while. It was gorgeous out there, mild, fresh-smelling from the rain last
night..All by myself.

When I got done, walked back to the truck and on the way back down the
mountain, saw and appropriated three of the most beautiful rotting logs
you've ever seen! Covered with moss, lichens, even the "British Soldier"
lichens that were fruiting after recent rain.

So I stole them and brought them home to put in my hosta garden. They are
gorgeous! Shhh-h-h-h! Don't tell..These are genuine Property U. S.
Government rotting logs and They'll make me put them back if you tell on me.

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