The Lay of the Land
Spring 2005, #28
Interpretation is an art, which combines many arts, whether the materials presented are scientific, historical, or architectural. -Freeman Tilden
Editor's Note: On the Horizon
Another large and tardy issue of the newsletter, with apologies both for the length of time between editions, and the length between the first and last words of this one. We take some comfort in the fact that you needn’t read the whole of the newsletter, though you are reading this editorial commentary for some reason, and this is probably the least interesting part. You also can throw it away without reading a word, as no doubt some of you do. We hope however that you do read and enjoy the whole newsletter, and that you pass it along to someone else who you think might be interested. It is a reflection of all that we stand for here at the Center, and we wouldn’t go through the trouble of writing it, printing it, and distributing it if we didn’t feel that the world would benefit from its existence, however presumptuous this may be. Thank you to all of you that support the Center in whatever way you do, and we look forward to hearing from you. If you send us your newsletter, we will do our best to read it thoroughly, and give it the thought that it deserves.
- Lay of the Land Editors