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    For those who celebrate Thanksgiving

    Just an opportunity to wish those in this world who celebrate Thanksgiving, a happy one filled with fun and family.

    As is traditional I am very Thankfull for the special friends on this board , my extended family.

    Wouldn't it be something if i could seat you all down to a table and cut you off a special slice of pumpkin pie!

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    Dick, Happy Thanksgiving to you and to all....Also, Happy Koi Hunting this fall...
    The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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    Yes happy Thanksgiving to all members and viewers alike, who are celebrating.

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    In the spirit of Thanksgiving I gave my koi alittle more yam paste food...no turkey thou, didn't want them to be sleepy.
    The world sleeps as the chance to learn something new passes.

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    Belated Happy T Day Dick. Hard drive crapped out last week. My son has been trying to retrieve the usaul valuable info that inevitably never gets backed up properly. Finally decided to break out the old lap top and scramble to find my koi bito password. Got Lucky....Actually had it written down.


    Kiefer

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    we are so very fortunate to have such a varied audience from across the world on this chat line. I would love to hear from others about some of their holidays upcomiing and it's significance to the culture!


    Kiefer:
    Still working on finishing off the last of the turkey left overs. Great holiday and not yet forgotten!

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    Hi Dick,

    You are a good man.
    Here in South Africa we have undergone some drastic changes the last ten years since we have become a politically free land now.
    Most of our holidays were racially incorrect and have now been either adapted or changed.
    It all is for the better and if it all started 50 years ago it would have been so much better.
    The most important thing as you said is sharing it with family and friends who have not changed with the new regime.
    I still am very proud to be South African and love the country dearly.
    We are growing stronger by the day , as a nation and economically.
    Happy holidays to all next month.
    Christmas still is Christmas here,
    Jaco.
    Last edited by jacovors; 11-28-2004 at 12:40 PM. Reason: always spelling
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    I don't blame you for being proud of your counrty! It's come a long way and is extremely beautiful! I always appreciate hearing from you, Jaco.

    Here in the states the christmas tree has come to symbolize christmas.
    They don't have Evergreen trees in south africa do they?

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    Hi Dick,
    We are in the middle of Summer now and all is green here when it rains, which it did.
    We have very big plantations with pine trees in the Southern regions.
    South Africa is far from being desert like.We have all geological kinds in one country,from tropical to desert.
    I think you should come for a visit and see for youreself.

    Jaco.
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