"We were up in the Blue Ridge Mountains; that morning, I saw a double rainbow in the sky. Then we went up to the Blue Ridge and it was a triple rainbow, the most amazing thing I've ever seen in my life. We went to a peak point, and we look and you can see all the ridges, and there was mist across the ridges. And then as you looked above, the rainbow just arced, one, two, and three. It was almost like an enlightening epiphany of what creation is all about: the actual, natural beauty. And I thought about preservation--that was the key--we've got to preserve this."
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These are the stories of the people of Easton, PA