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The American Dream

The dung colored military plane hovering, literally standstill, over Cloudberry at the intersection of riksvei 80 and Hunstadringen was an anomaly in the brilliant yellow and blue sky morning that had October written all over it. A lovely month when it is lovely, and this morning it was. I left school at 1730 yesterday with sun coming down through the glass ceiling, and wondered if next time I leave school it will be dark. So quickly can it change, but for now, heading into the sunset of America. Bon Voyage!


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