NATUREGRAM: Two minutes of nothing but pines, plus some calming music

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If you could use two peaceful minutes in a West Virginia pine stand, here is WestVirginiaVille’s latest NatureGram, part of our occasional series of full-immersion, shelter-in-nature, somewhere-in-West Virginia videos. (PS: This is our first ever time getting to user the word: ‘panegyric.’ We may now cross that off our vocabulary Bucket List.)

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