If we don't take this opportunity, it's very likely that we won't get another chance.
This has had a lot of fits and starts and peaks and valleys. It's certainly been worth it.
For one reason or another, it just eluded him.
I don't think the deal can sustain it.
This is land that, left to its own devices, would very likely be carved up into development lots.
For the first time in the history of that program, Maine's number one project is ranked number one in the country.
It's an amazing place. When you're on the lake, you feel like the mountain is right on top of you.
They're losing 6,000 acres of poor hunting land, and in exchange they're getting $5.5 million worth of solid hunting opportunity in other parts of the state.