|Stehekin Residents Say Hold the Phone - Forever|
Thu, 04 Aug 2005 16:47:53 -0700
By Ralph Thomas|
Seattle Times Olympia bureau
Judy Clark yells out to greet a neighbor in Stehekin. At left is the
Phil Garfoot, who turns 68 Wednesday, shoes a horse in Stehekin.
It's not that Spagna is anti-social or suffering from some weird phone
And she'd like to keep it that way.
More than a century after telephones came to towns like Seattle, a
"Why can't we have one place in this world where there aren't any
Spagna and many of her neighbors have numerous arguments against
Some lifelong residents, descendants of Stehekin's first white
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