--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Paul Mason" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> To launch into a close description of the local geography whilst 
> posting a brief note on FFL would have been unnecessary, so 'across 
> the way' sufficed to make my point. The area around the back of the 
> ashram was very heavily forested then and so you were probably taken 
> a longer easier way round. But to walk directly one would pass no 
> other cave and that is the issue, that in relative terms, Tat Wale 
> Baba was probably the closest neighbour at that time.
> 

Depends on what you mean by neighbor. If the forest is virtually unpassible and 
no-one 
takes the direct route, then by the most common use of the word "neighbor," the 
ones who 
are most accessible are the nearest neighbors even if they live farther away 
"as the crow 
flies."





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