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Editor's view: On country roads, dying and the reset button

6:47 PM, May 14, 2013
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Norb Blei, they say, could sit at the counter at Al Johnson's for hours and just listen to the stories. He would get up before dawn, head to the chicken coop and write. He would tell stories about the people he met. He would walk the woods and roads and shoreline and try to capture the essence of what he saw and felt with words.

I didn't really know Norb Blei. I only had a handful of conversations with him, enough to know I liked and respected him and knew he loved this place with a rare passion.

We all love this place, but we each have our own idea of what this place is. He came here from Chicago, and so the quiet ...

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