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"It was 1998 when I first became aware that the clouds above my home in the San Juan Islands were changing. The formations that I had enjoyed since childhood, often subjects of the looks-like game, were mostly gone. Gone were the giant cotton turtles, faces, mountains and camels.

The clouds of my dreams had been replaced by long, thick, ugly white streaks that bore no resemblance to those of my youth. These new clouds would send out long streamers at right angles to the main bodies, eventually reaching from horizon to horizon. Layer upon layer of these pseudo clouds would appear, criss-crossing each other in grids until the sky was obscured by thick gray blankets..." Excerpted from article  by Lightman 3/26/03
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