So much of America is tied up in this story — it is wonderful!
Mike Riley
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I’m not exactly sure what it means, Mike, but I’m beginning to sound and act “old.” I think it’s more important to go to a nearby historic sight rather than to watch TV, etc. Perhaps the difference is in the amount of entertainment available to us, as opposed to 60 years ago when the car was buried. What surprised me was the joy present at the unearthing — everyone wanted to be there. It was a special time in my life, and very, very emotional. Thanks so much for reading, and for your comments.

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