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August 11, 2008

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Julie H

What a special trip for your hubby and thank you for reminding us about this partof our history.

Ursula Clamer

What an amazing, and difficult, adventure. Ux

Grrl+dog

Sounds like he walked a pilgrimage... is there some family history connected to this? Many of us are the sons and daughters of those in the war, at some time I think its important to see what they must have seen.

And dont we just love our loved ones more when they go? I often go faway for work to discover my gorgeous one has made some amazing art, cleaned the house and put fresh sheets on the bed to welcome me home. Sounds like you are lucky too.

Jo Stables

What an amazing experience for your husband, that is something I would love to do too!
Looking forward to regular blogging!! :-)

misty

after reading your words I sit here wanting to hear more and more. What a story, what an experience, for him, you! Amazing photos!
xo

Joy Logan

The grave yard reminds me of Arlington National Cemetary here in the usa for people who served unfortunately in a war. My parents are in it.

rivergardenstudio

I am loving your blog! I just found it and am intrigued... Your husband's journey looks amazing, but I hope he is home to you soon... I will be back to visit again, Oh... and your banner is beautiful! Roxanne

Julia Rose

Hi Megan,
So what have you been up to since hubby has been away...not bloggin that's for sure...haha...I hope you have had lots of art time for yourself....or maybe be en partying up big time?...xx

Julia Rose

Hi Megan,
So what have you been up to since hubby has been away...not bloggin that's for sure...haha...I hope you have had lots of art time for yourself....or maybe be en partying up big time?...xx

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