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  Updated Dec 28, 2016 | By Bob Fugett

    Hubris : Scarlet's Way (A Dog's World)

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"It’s my experience that artist communities are almost always camps because they appropriate space that nobody else wants (at the time), but by virtue of a creative progressive view of neighborhoods they create a demand from others that ultimately marginalizes them, so they are forever transient." - James Lynch founder of Fforest Camp

HUBRIS
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  Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World" 1361 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981

Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World" 1361 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981
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Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World" 1361 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981
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  Scarlet's Way "A Dog's World" 1361 Kings Highway, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981
 

What these people did to this lovely little historic hamlet was despicable.

Keep that in mind ... whatever they say about their motives and products in the future.

The sign reads "Embrace Local" but was proven to mean "Throttle Local."

The foundation of that house was reported to be from the 1600's.

The house itself had great bones and could have easily been saved.

Those of us in town who saved other houses know materials and construction very well.

It would have been the perfect business location for an astute entrepreneur.

Just another instance of artists marginalized by their own success.

Never forget!


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