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October 2021 Issue

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    This month’s winner is CAROL PEIM, from Hendersonville, NC:

    In March 2019 I was in Australia buying boulder opals. They are opals that are still encased in brown stone. I asked the owner of the store what the brown stone was called and she said, “Einstein.” I looked puzzled and asked why it was called that and she just said that that was its name.

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    "In May 2015 at our timeshare ... just south of Salzburg, we were awakened by loud explosive sounds. Upon opening the window, we were startled to see beautiful fireworks spreading brilliant colors in the distant mountains. We were mesmerized for over 30 minutes as the sound-and-light display filled the seemingly deserted mountains.

    "We were told later by the hotel staff that this was a customary way to celebrate a wedding in the area. ..."

    (excerpt of letter from Phyllis Harlan)

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