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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 01 2022 :  11:32:41 AM  Show Profile
Kerry Hubbard (#8275) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning an Intermediate Level Little Squirts Merit Badge!

“Our front door has been a problem. Sticking when opening. Dead bolt unable to engage. It was a bigger job than WD-40 could handle.

I ended up replacing the doorknob/dead bolt and readjusted the striker plate.

Target had been hit! We can close the door and lock it without causing any damage to the door jam. No more squeaking hinges. No more using our shoulder to push the door open. Bonus points: we have 2 locks now. We're in a safe neighborhood but I still live in California. Just saying.”

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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 01 2022 :  11:33:42 AM  Show Profile
Kerry Hubbard (#8275) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning an Intermediate Level Get 'er Done Merit Badge!

“My fellow farmgirl is moving to Tennessee. I'm bummed! But she's got a sweet little homestead waiting for her so I'm super jazzed for her too.

I've been helping her with her move: packing, yard sales, fetching boxes, etc.

Shel has at least 2 more trips to make before she becomes a permanent resident of TN. I just helped her load up another big truckful of homesteading goodness.”

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MaryJane
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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  3:37:11 PM  Show Profile
Candy Hogan (Tigger9777, #8283) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning an Intermediate Level Living Zero Waste Merit Badge!

“For the intermediate level of Living Zero Waste, I had to go back almost a whole year to February of 2021 to look at my waste audit that I did for the intermediate Path to Zero Waste badge.

The three things I identified from that badge were that my family was good at recycling our bottles and cans, we were good at creating minimal garbage and also we were good at not creating a lot of volume waste weighed on the scale.

But what I had found during the audit is a lot of our junk was from sale ads, envelopes and mailers.

For the last month, from January 01, 2022 through February 01, 2022, I continued with the 1st three items that I identified in the first badge and I made sure this last month to recycle my sale ads and mailers and not just put them in the garbage.

I continued to practice the 5 Rs (refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot). I shop at the thrift stores to get unique prizes for our chapter contests and then I made a large donation to our local Goodwill thrift store. It was good.”



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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  3:38:04 PM  Show Profile
Candy Hogan (Tigger9777, #8283) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning an Expert Level Living Zero Waste Merit Badge!

“The four most common everyday items we use that are single use items are paper plates, paper towels, cups and ziplock bags. The alternatives would be to use our stoneware plates, a dishcloth, our plastic and glass cups, and reusable containers.

I calculated the costs and the plates work out to 43 cents each versus real plates to run the dishwasher would be 40 cents per load. The paper towels workout to 10 cents each, whereas a dishcloth would cost me 2 cents per use. To wash my dishcloth, that would be a $1.34 per load of laundry and 49 cents to dry but one dishcloth is equal to the cost of five disposable paper towels. The plastic disposable cups work out to 14.3 cents each use. I could buy ten glasses for $21, which means once I've used each glass 15 times, I have started saving money by using reuseable drink ware. I could replace my disposable ziplock storage bags with reusable storage containers the ziplock variety pack of 347 count ziplock would cost $22.95, whereas reusable containers cost $12 and you have unlimited usage.

We recycle every week and I just donated a car load of items to Goodwill.

I shared this with my friends Chloé and Melanie. It was good.”

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Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  3:40:57 PM  Show Profile
Rea Nakanishi (Lacey, #8284) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning a Beginner Level Living Zero Waste Merit Badge!

“1. I've completed the Path to Zero Waste badge.
2. The 5 Rs of zero waste, refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot.
3. Ways to practice the 5 Rs
    Refuse - Try eliminating single use items.
    Reduce - Cut back on what you don't need.
    Reuse - Use reusable items like refillable water bottles.
    Recycle – Take disposable goods to the recycle facility
    Rot - Compost household food scraps, paper, egg shells, and coffee grounds.
I practice most of these 5 Rs, but there's always room for improvement.”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  3:42:22 PM  Show Profile
Rea Nakanishi (Lacey, #8284) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning a Beginner Level Connecting Growers and Eaters Merit Badge!

“I volunteered to work in the community garden. Vandals had come through the garden and destroyed member's personal garden decor and stole flowers and vegetables.

So many of us helped clean up the damage. This was a sad because many members have been there for years. To see the damage was disheartening.”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  3:43:26 PM  Show Profile
Rea Nakanishi (Lacey, #8284) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning an Intermediate Level Little Squirts Merit Badge!

“I had to replace my door the contains the dog door. In replacing the door, I had to sand door the edge and add a dead bolt. I also replaced the front door lock and dead bolt because keys kept getting stuck in the lock.

This turned out great. The dog door is fixed and I don't worry about getting locked out because my keys don't work.”

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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:21:47 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning a Beginner Level Greatest Generation Merit Badge!

“I spent time with my elders playing games, listening to music, talking about memories, and spending time outside on the patio. I spent many hours doing this.

I spent time with my Mom at her assisted life home. We built puzzles, shared old photos, spent time on the patio enjoying the sun, and had lunch together. We loved talking about the family and the things that we did when we were younger. Mom loved the BLT sandwiches and chocolate shakes that I took for her. My Mom passed away on November 2, 2021.”


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MaryJane
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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:22:28 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning a Beginner Level Her-story Merit Badge!

“I researched a powerful woman who is still in her position of power. I found out where she was born, where she went to school, and what sets her apart from others in her field.

I found out a great deal about Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors. She is the first woman ever to lead a U.S. automaker and the highest paid auto CEO in the World. She was born December 24, 1961 in Royal Oak, Michigan. She received a BS in electrical engineering in 1985 from Kettering University and an MBA from Stanford in 1990. She has worked for GM since 1980 where she started as a fender panel and hood inspector.”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:23:13 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Outpost for earning a Beginner Level Rocks and Minerals Merit Badge!

“I researched the difference between rocks and minerals. I learned different characteristics of minerals. I can identify three types of rocks, and researched ways in which rocks and minerals are used in our daily lives.

I found out that minerals are naturally occurring formations while a rock is a combination of mineral formations that also occurs naturally. Minerals occur naturally, are inorganic, are solid, have a definite chemical composition, and have a crystalline structure. Rocks are classified as either igneous, metamorphic, or sedimentary depending on the way they formed. Rocks and minerals are used in every aspect of our daily lives from the minerals we take to stay healthy, season our food, stay clean, and build our society.”

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Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:24:03 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Outpost for earning a Beginner Level Wild Game Merit Badge!

“I researched different types of wild game and the safe handling of wild game meats. I researched the laws for hunting in my state.

I learned that there are many substitutes for the domestic meats that we eat. We can eat pheasant, elk, deer, wild boar, rabbit, duck, bear, as well as turkey and goose. Planning is key when harvesting wild game. One of the biggest warnings is not to puncture the intestines, stomach, or organs. Cool the meat to below 40 degrees as quickly as possible.

Hunting licenses for my state can be purchased online. Lifetime licenses are also available. A valid license must be carried by a hunter at all times and should be shown on request. Guns and any other equipment must be shown on request as well. A valid license in my state must be signed by the licensee, contain true name, address, date of birth, height, weight, color of eyes, color of hair, and sex. Proof of hunter education is required for a hunting license. A 79-page regulation book is available for viewing online.”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:24:53 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Stitching & Crafting for earning a Beginner Level Aprons Merit Badge!

“I sewed a half apron that was shown in MaryJane's Ideabook on pages 222–223. There was a two hour time requirement. I wear it every time I'm in the kitchen.

I made my cute blue apron for scraps that I had left over from other projects. The pocket has blue flowers while the rest of the apron is a motled blue fabric. I really love it and have gotten compliments from my family!”

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MaryJane
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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  4:25:42 PM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Stitching & Crafting for earning a Beginner Level Quilting Merit Badge!

“I learned how to quilt. I made a small quilt for my Grandson. I learned how to add backing, batting, do simple stitches to hold it together, and bind it.

I'm very happy with the way that the quilt finished up! William loves it, too! On the back of the quilt I sewed a little road so that he could play with his cars on it when he wasn't using it for warmth.”

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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:10:13 PM  Show Profile
Ruth Strutz (#8452) has received a certificate of achievement in Stitching & Crafting for earning a Beginner Level Tatting Merit Badge!

“I went to YouTube for instructions, and then taught myself the following stitches: double stitch, ring, chain, and picot.

I created three foot length of combined above. It's not good enough to use, but a great piece to show my improvement going forth.”



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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:11:55 PM  Show Profile
Ruth Strutz (#8452) has received a certificate of achievement in Stitching & Crafting for earning a Beginner Level Knitting Merit Badge!

“I made a square in garter stitch. Using the little knowledge from my mom's attempt to teach me 50 years ago, plus the wonder of YouTube for guidance. I decided on a square in order to make a small blanket by adding others. I took more than three hours. It's not too bad. Definitely not perfect, but I'm pleased with it.”



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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:14:43 PM  Show Profile
Andrea Maliszewski (andyzewski, #8297) has received a certificate of achievement in Stitching & Crafting for earning a Beginner Level Knitting Merit Badge!

“I already had a library card (I enjoy reading, typically fiction, so it was the first thing I did after moving and getting a driver's license in my new state!) but on 5/20/2021, I went to the library to get some books on composting. I had always wanted to make a compost bin and this badge was all the motivation I needed. I found two helpful books there and around this time I had gone to a charity rummage sale and picked up some gardening books. Lastly, I tried to get the The (Almost) Zero-Waste Guide at the library but unfortunately, they didn’t have it so I ended up purchasing it on Amazon.

I then posted a picture of my pile of books ( The (Almost) Zero-Waste Guide, Easy Container Combos: Vegetables and Flowers, The Compost Specialist, Composting for a New Generation) with the hashtags “tbr”, “reducereuserecycle”, and farmgirlsisterhood.

I read through the books pretty quickly because they were all subjects I was interested in and was excited to learn about.

Unfortunately, I don’t get on or post to social media very often so my post didn’t get many “likes” :( I guess I'm not much of an influencer but that’s ok because I learned a lot and I won't let that deter me from getting the next two levels of this badge ;)

My compost pile has been successful and I have actually improved my original design and I plan to put the newly learned gardening techniques to use this year. Reading The (Almost) Zero-Waste Guide has also opened my eyes to new practices and I have been obsessed with learning and living green and clean. It’s really opened my eyes and I can’t get enough. One of the things I like most about this badge is that it started me on my journey to conquer many other Farmgirl Sisterhood Merit Badges.”



“Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.”
—Vera Nazarian

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:29:41 PM  Show Profile
Tiffany Kibler (#8421) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning a Beginner Level My Fair Farmgirl Merit Badge!

“I researched how different beauty products are made. I turned out good! I have a list and a few recipes I want to try!”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
USA
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:30:19 PM  Show Profile
Tiffany Kibler (#8421) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning an Intermediate Level My Fair Farmgirl Merit Badge!

“I made cold process soap (which I made before), but also tried some new things! I made hand soap (it was thin and needs some help). I also made an oatmeal bath and an epsom salt soak.

It turned out great!! I can’t wait to try body butter next! I went through all my beauty products and threw away a bunch of old chemical filled things that I had in my cabinets!”

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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:31:20 PM  Show Profile
Tiffany Kibler (#8421) has received a certificate of achievement in Farm Kitchen for earning a Beginner Level Get It Together Merit Badge!

“We are snowed in, so I reorganized all my cabinets yesterday, and made a wish list (so far just 2 items on it) of some things I would like. I got rid of lots of unneeded items and things that were plastic, or misfit, or gross! I even cleaned out my spice cabinet!

It turned out great!! My kitchen feels so much cleaner. It’s nice opening drawers and stuff doesn’t fall out!!”

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MaryJane
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MaryJane
Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 04 2022 :  5:32:02 PM  Show Profile
Tiffany Kibler (#8421) has received a certificate of achievement in Farm Kitchen for earning an Intermediate Level Get It Together Merit Badge!

“I made a wish list of kitchen items I'd like, and gave a few items to my son from my kitchen to get him started in his new place. It turned out great! My husband is going to get me a food processor for my birthday!”

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MaryJane
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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 14 2022 :  11:15:48 AM  Show Profile
Allison Clark (Allison Clark, #8292) has received a certificate of achievement in Outpost for earning a Beginner Level Disconnect to Reconnect Merit Badge!

“I unplugged for a weekend. I turned off my computer, phone, TV, radio, anything electric. I spent days making cards, jewelry, cooking, cleaning my house, and walking in the snow. It was a good weekend for me. I loved doing this, it was fun.”

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MaryJane
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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 14 2022 :  11:23:18 AM  Show Profile
Allison Clark (Allison Clark, #8292) has received a certificate of achievement in Cleaning Up for earning a Beginner Level Living Zero Waste Merit Badge!

“I completed the Path to Zero Waste Merit Badge. Some of the Rs of zero waste are reduce, reuse, refuse, reclaim, renew, revitalize, refurbish, rethink, and redesign. To practice these, you pretty much do what each word says.

For example, reuse means to use something over and over again instead of tossing it in the trash, and redesign means to get something that no one wanted and fixing up and reusing it. I love doing this kind of thing.

When we moved a month ago we gave away all our furniture or broke it down. We had to get some more furniture. So we went to Market Place and found a used bed with two dressers and a nightstand. I'm cleaning it up and refinishing it. It's looking great.”

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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 14 2022 :  11:24:47 AM  Show Profile
Allison Clark (Allison Clark, #8292) has received a certificate of achievement in Outpost for earning a Beginner Level Orienteering Merit Badge!

“I went to OrienteeringUSA.org. I looked for a group that I could join. The closest one is 2 hours away. When I was a Scout Master in the boy scouts, I helped the boys do orienteering, but that was a few years ago. I learned that you should always have water with you. You should have a compass with you. One of the great things about orienteering is that it doesn't require highly-specialized gear. You can wear the same running shoes, hiking boots, and outdoor clothing as you do for a hike, run, or walk. Beyond dressing for the weather, just add a compass to your bag of tricks, and you're ready to orienteer.”

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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 14 2022 :  11:26:31 AM  Show Profile
Allison Clark (Allison Clark, #8292) has received a certificate of achievement in Farm Kitchen for earning a Beginner Level MaryJane's Better Butter Merit Badge!

“Refrigeration is the single most important factor in maintaining the safety of milk. By law, Grade A milk must be maintained at a temperature of 45°F or below. Bacteria in milk will grow minimally below 45°F. However, temperatures well below 40°F are necessary to protect the milk’s quality. The proper sanitary practices are proper personal hygiene, including frequent hand and arm washing and covering cuts; proper cleaning and sanitizing of all food contact surfaces and utensils; proper cleaning and sanitizing of food equipment; and good basic housekeeping and maintenance.

Storing butter in the long-term: It's still safest to store butter wrapped or covered in the refrigerator. Butter also freezes well, but to protect it further you should cover it with an additional foil or a freezer bag. Properly wrapped butter can keep for several months in the freezer.

Storing butter in the short term: Keeping butter in the fridge maximizes freshness while leaving it on the counter keeps it soft and spreadable for immediate use. It's fine to keep salted butter out of the fridge, as long as it's concealed from heat, light, and air.

Butter has been around for 9,000 years. It likely began as an accident—some chilled milk shook around in a sack on the back of an animal on a bumpy trail. It quickly became a staple for people who lived near herds of ruminants—cows, goats, sheep, reindeer, camels, or water buffalo.

There are different ways of making homemade butter: hand-shaken, food processor, Kitchen Aid mixer, and butter churner. As a child, I did the mixer and the hand-shaken method. I liked the mixer the best. This is the method I plan on using.”


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Moscow Idaho
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Posted - Feb 14 2022 :  11:43:30 AM  Show Profile
Nancy Joplin (Nancy Joplin, #8352) has received a certificate of achievement in Each Other for earning a Beginner Level Reading, 'Riting, and 'Rythmatic Merit Badge!

“I picked out three books from each category and read them.

The fiction book that I chose was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. The non-fiction book was The Korean War: Pusan to Chosin by Donald Knox. My third choice was a poetry book, Classic Rhyme and Verse compiled by Eric Kincaid. I really enjoyed the readings! I was especially taken by the book about the Korean War. My Dad served as a Marine in the First Marine Division during the Korean War. He was one of the "Frozen Chosin". The book closely coincided with the letters that my Mother wrote to him. The letters talked about many of the same feelings and attitudes of the families back home. Dad saved every letter that she wrote to him. They married soon after he got home.”

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