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Oh Kristance, thank you for sharing your time travel experience with your uncle Andy, my son. He had such a special imagination and maybe more than that, a secret way to travel to times and realms unknown to the folk of our daily lives. Now you have waved your own magic wand and brought him back through the mists of time. Thank you. Love, Grams