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Thanks from a Brit

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    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: <>
    Date: Nov 16, 2005 12:42 PM
    Subject: POPASMOKE Web Mail

    The following message, received via the POPASMOKE website, was sent to the following:

    Mike Wheeler <>

    Can I extend my thanks yet again to your organisation. I am a brit who comes to DC for veterans day to pay my respects to fallen friends from the US. My first trip two years ago was alone and you guys at the wall looked after me. I was to touched by the treatment I recieved I felf compeled to return with a gift. I came last year with a regimental plate, this time I was with my Sergeant Major, again true to form we were looked after yet again. This year returning for a third time I presented them with a Burns Crystal Nightcap set and a bottle of port for your reunion. This year your guys really topped their usualy hospitality by inviting me and my buddy to Joe Scholes house to eat with him and his family. As a tourist i have seen the sights and look for more in a vacation. each year your guys help me to acheive that. These guys deserve recognition for everything that they have done for a 'brit in need' your organisation does some good work. What you guys had to do in vietnam was exelent work in the worst of situations, none of what you done should ever be forgotton, keeping people in touch that have shared simulare experiences is what we all need. And we have proven through long conversations we are not that different, maybee a differnet era but the same job and we all have a conection. Again keep up the good work and i look forward to seeing your guys next year on both the 10th and 11th of november. Mike Wheeler