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C is for Custer National Cemetery, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Montana.



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C is for Cicada:

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C is for Crazy Chris who decided to Carve his name in Cactus

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C is for Cows

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Again, C is for Cow

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C is for Combine harvester
 



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C is for Curling.

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C is for Cracks


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C is for Concentration camp Gross Rosen (near Wroclaw/Breslau)


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Remain impressive memories Pieter...

Another concentration camp: Auschwitz/Birkenau, we visited when we stayed in Wroclaw for a couple of days a few years ago.

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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Remain impressive memories Pieter...
Indeed Fred, it's impressive what people can do to each other, and looking at some regions and actions today not everybody in the world has learned the lessons from this senseless killing.

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C is for cactus.





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