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    Cold Heartless Breed tsitenha's Avatar
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    That was not the only time I had a "calling" but that's another story for another day.
    My cousin started to train with me for a long time, eventually it was her that helped someone else.
    My great granfather was an other that was a "seeker"
    Many have lost their way and know little of their heritage.
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    with hard work and deligence I still have most of it
    this week a lot less...must be a hole in my pocket


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    I hope you didn't give your cousin too much grief about walking in circles. I'd probably have to bring that up at every family reunion.

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    I thought that was you at the end of the table

    But I was proud that she ended up helping others, even to the point of their admiration.
    Bear Clan

    I was born with nothing,
    with hard work and deligence I still have most of it
    this week a lot less...must be a hole in my pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    Now this area is divided up into 1 mile squares.....so you have to cross a road to leave a square....How in the heck do you get lost?.....although it would appears that someone had moved my truck a few times.....
    Yup, I have experience helping a fellow out of a similar circumstance -- he HAD crossed a road but didn't remember doing it. Making matters worse, he was "leading" a group of three women. By the time we found them, they were running out of water, daylight, and patience.

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