The other reason we bought the house was the glimpse of the Lower Sweetwater Valley from the second story. A dozen or so cattle grazing on acres of wide-open land.

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Sweetwater turns mean

Forget this trashed piece of land and stop making myself sick over it. Besides, if they develop the strip, the property value of our house will go up. But where can we move to?

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