Probably [the most rewarding thing] was the deep sense of community, of feeling that I was doing something with other people to have our world continue...But the moment of our arrest was really something. We were holding hands, the five of us, and we walked up together. And the sheriff said, 'You know I have to stop you and handcuff you.' And John said, 'Yes, we know, that's why we came here.' And he looked at us and he said, 'You have fine looking sons. You should be proud.' And it was just very moving to meet the enemy, in a sense, and he wasn't the enemy -- that's the whole point.
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