I wish to make a correction from my last ‘Letter to the Editor’ from last week’s paper.
The poem “It can’t be done” was not written by Ike Fehr. Yet the message from the poem he used for industrial development to make the Nechako Valley a great place today.
Why can I not with child-like faith tackle an impossible task starting even with ideas for joint use of rural public transportation services?
My letter started and finished – 392 – the amount of carbon in the air measured in parts per million world wide. Over the ice ages back 400,000 years, this figure regularly rotated between 80 and 280 parts per million.
It can’t be done to change our comforts established for 100 years – not through arguing words.