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Re: do you know this gordon sinclair?
I lost the top of a five hundred old Yew. Stands of Chestnuts, oak,s ash and
beach. The Chief gave me these words of comfort " You had the joy of
knowing them and your grand children will know them again" I have thought a
lot about those words. It is of true noble who can, in sincerity, speak of
a future beyond our immediate ken, We saved all the roses but one yellow
tower, some of our roses are 100 years old. I am sending some photos to JSQ
Thank you all for your thoughts. The wider family is a wonder to behold.
----- Original Message -----
From: Janet Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 7:55 PM
Subject: Re: do you know this gordon sinclair?
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> > Speaking of disasters, Sinclair de la Behottiere
> > of Normandy, France says
> > that the world doesn't realize the extent of the
> > problems they are
> > experiencing and will continue for months--years, I
> > imagine from that awful
> > windstorm.
> There was a segment on one of the Sunday morning shows
> about all the damage at Versailles. Trees down that
> made it through a revolution and two world wars. They
> will have to replant thousands and it will be 50 years
> before it starts to look the same. Not much dammage
> to the building because people came quickly to the
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