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Once Upon A Time

There was a nation of people who prospered

Cinderella-style castle.
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The nation was young, vibrant, and strong.

It had come into being after severing ties with the continent that had spawned it and gone its own way following a brief conflict. It prospered after that.

Growing pains happened as the new nation grew up, but it got over them and began to do things. They built…




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John Lewis was born in Europe, and came by both wanderlust and curiosity from that beginning. He considers this his Third Act in Life.

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