The Drumheller Mail - - NEWS -

Joy McKee and Joan Sny­der ex­tend our sin­cere thanks to ev­ery­one who has ex­pressed in­ter­est in our amaz­ing trip- of-a-life­time to the Nether­lands - specif­i­cally, the beau­ti­ful city of Ni­jmegen, Hol­land, and the Re­ich­swald For­est, Ger­many. The con­ver­sa­tions with freinds, neigh­bours and ac­quain­tances have been very spe­cial for us. We are so pleased to share our “Re­al­ity Ad­ven­ture on a Mys­te­ri­ous Quest” in this way as well as via printed and live ra­dio me­dia interviews. Our hearts are very full. As amaz­ing and ex­cit­ing though it may be, we would hope and sug­gest that sev­eral historical war sto­ries per­tain­ing, for in­stance, to the An­der­son fam­ily of Craigmyle, have en­dured the trag­i­cally heart­break­ing loss of three sons - the first-born and twins - and Samuel Poxon - all fea­tured in the Re­mem­brance is­sue of The Drumheller Mail - be held in re­mem­brance of their ex­treme sac­ri­fice of their lives - over our story; with af­ter 70 plus years, a happy end­ing and our fa­ther hav­ing come home un­scathed. We will be for­ever grate­ful to those in­di­vid­u­als who con­tinue to pas­sion­ately search for ar­ti­facts, re­search mil­i­tary his­tory and speak with fam­i­lies in order to ex­tol the brav­ery of men and women who valiantly and with hope for the fu­ture, serve in the mil­i­tary for their coun­try.


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