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dike, or part of it, for the whole stretch takes several hours.  It is very beautiful.  Pastor Gödeken & his wife are very dear, devoted to the garden, & very intelligent - full of life.  They served us some delightful port wine & cake.
I think it would be very nice to put a copper - bronze plate on Grandfather's grave, for the name on the cross is quite worn away, so that no one can read it.
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^[[Gretchen]]
Aug. 17, 1913.
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[[image drawing of flag with anchor and key crossed on top of each other]]
NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD 
BREMEN.

D. "PRINZ FRIEDRICH WILHELM" [[/preprinted]]

Dearest Dad
We have left Southhampton & are now on the way to Cherbourg.  The sea is very calm & there is some sunshine.
I saw Anna in Bremen she was so glad that she was going to visit you & Mrs. Dannimann.
If you ever get to Nenenkirchen again go take that walk on the
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