Quality time among trees better than more time in front of tube

Posted: Friday, November 28, 2003

GCI recently encouraged people with satellite dishes to cut down trees to improve their television reception (Peninsula Clarion, Nov 25). I realize it was a tongue-in-cheek way to argue one advantage of paying for cable television service versus receiving satellite signals.

Personally, I value spruce and birch more than Hollywood Squares or reruns of Three's Company.

And I would submit that one's physical and mental health might be better served by hiking and skiing among those trees rather than by spending more quality time with your television set.

David Thomas

Kenai



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