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Tierra del Fuego Journal: Shearing Sheep at the End of the World

It is a sentiment shared by his boss.

“When you live in Tierra del Fuego, you do not share your life with many people, and so you must learn to live with yourself,” Mr. MacLean said. “In some cities, like New York, when you wake up and it is sleeting, or raining or cold, you might say: ‘This is nasty.’ I look up and say, ‘Thank you, Lord,’ and I put on the fireplace and drink a tea or a coffee, and I read all day. This is our life. For us, it is good.”

Source: NYT > World

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