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Sunday, April 16, 2006

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robyne

great stories and amazing photos. we should get together and share some of our family history sometime. fiber and family sounds like a fun combination to me!

Monica

I loved this post. I'm grateful for the memories I have of each of my Japanese grandparents, and my surrogate American Gram, too. My niece spent the first 5 years of her life living near one set of grandparents (my parents) and it was so interesting to see how different they were as grandparents than parents.

Laura

Wonderful "G" post. It's so nice that even though you didn't know them, you have good thoughts and information about your Grandfathers. That's almost as good as memories because they can't be spoiled by reality creeping in. :)

Charleen

Great stories. I never met any of my grandparents and I've only seen one picture of my maternal grandparents. Three of my four grandchildren remember their grandfathers (they died within six weeks of each other).

Funny about the soup. I had a camping book years ago that talked about making sloppy joes and hot dogs on the manifold as you were driving.

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