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"With luck, the time when I can no longer wield a canoe paddle lies some years ahead. Thus for many more seasons Ginnie and I hope to see the tiers of dogwood blossoms covering the Ozark hills like a May snow and to see the oaks flaming into color in October. We hope to run our canoe down the wild water and drink from the crystal springs, to startle the osprey from his high aerie and the deer from among the lily pads. On summer nights, we want to camp on the high, clean gravel bars and watch the reflected stars that seem to move upstream." - Life Along an Ozark River, Stars Upstream -- Leonard Hall 1958