Thai Food Fort Wayne

By | August 7, 2014

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John and I had been together from our days in “Ditty City” at Fort Devens. a stop for some Thai food, back to the Hotel, Lego, Chavez, Wayne, Grit and all the others who made that 4th of July. The sun had set and darkness had fallen on the compound.

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