I would love to see the Draft so these young people have more respect for our country.
My Dad was a navigator and made it home from WW2 but many did not. He was shot down in France and some of the gunners in the belly of his plane didn't come home.
The next ship block. The Bluenose is one of the most famous schooners in the world. She was built in Nova Scotia in 1921, and sailed the fishing banks off the cost of Newfoundland until she sunk on a reef near Haiti in 1946 in 1946. She was the centerpiece of Canada’s exhibition at the 1933 “Century of Progress” exhibition in Chicago, and its likeness is still found on the Canadian dime. On the quilt block, the Bluenose schooner is surrounded by a wreath of Canadian maple leaves. The wreath halves are joined by a stylized crown which is found on Canada’s national emblem
Blue Larkspur and yellow roses. These came up from last years seed. Love Sweet Williams and has a fragrance.
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