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Old November 8, 2010, 06:27 PM   #13
Gbro
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Jaaaaaa,

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As mentioned in the book, Helga has no annimosity toward any one regarding the war. There were arosities on both sides, and that is to be expected. Soldiers and cvivilians alike.
That was a wonderful statement made in the book. And THOSE CANADIANS,
They were terrific, helping the refugees the way they did!

The Browning Hi-Power is a treasure! the markings put a few bucks of value into it.
I am going to present the book to my friend, although she may not want to read it. She still has canned wurst ready for any need. Big John had 3 quarts along for the ride to Colorado! They would put up loose hay until John couldn.t do it anymore, but she still has the beef cattle because she never wants her family to be hungery, just in case???
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