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September 17, 2016

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Karen

Hey. I don't mind the lime green. ("Peuss"?? I'd forgotten about that "color"). Again, beautiful photos. I can't imagine how it must feel to be amid such ancient buildings, and beautiful scenery, besides. (Well, yes I can, from some of my travels. Incredible, isn't it). Soak it all in, for me, too, please. Safe trekking......

Kristen

You could do worse than lime green. And the beautiful scenery surrounding you made up for it.

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