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    My Country Neighbors in Rural America

    The location of my residence lies within the untamed wilderness outside Wharton Town. This untamed woodland spans over 6,000 acres and is known as Bear’s Nest. Numerous families inhabit the bear den. It is an abandoned and secluded abode with scarce visitors. Although I maintain a considerable distance from my neighbors and lack profound camaraderie, they naturally constitute an integral part of my sylvan existence. They are akin to the ethereal blossoms of spring, where each catkin contributes to the essence of the season. The rural landscape of America follows a pattern wherein few individuals inhabit vast expanses, encompassing thousands of acres of forests or tens of thousands of fields.…

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