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High life

I’m an equal of Socrates and Wittgenstein — and if anyone disputes it they can go to hell

29 September 2018

9:00 AM

29 September 2018

9:00 AM

The grandest view of Gstaad and the surrounding Saanen valley bar none — and that includes the vista from my high-up-on-the-hill farm — belongs to an imposing house that was originally a sanatorium but is now a home for the blind. It’s ironic that it is located where only eagles dare, but its residents are unable to view the sights.

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