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December 10, 2007

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Jaylynn

Dear Dean, I am glad that you came to my school today, today is Arp.16,2008 it made me fell good when you askde me what I leard today and I said no matter what we all come together as a huge family. I thought I was going to cry because felt good to learn more about my self and other people around me and the world. That brightend up my day so for that I say THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Dean Jacobs

Hi Breanna,
Yes, the bunk was a little small for me. But is was warm and dry, the most important things in the Russian winter!
I am looking forward to my visit to your school!
Cheers,

Dean

Breanna Jones

Hey Dean,

The picture of the train was amasing. Were you scrunced in the bunk? That was a great picture of the countryside out of your window.


Happy Holidays and have a wonderful new year.


I hope you have fun on your travels.


Bye
Breanna Jones

P.S. I am from Highland Elementry school. With Mrs. Amy Tharp-Lumely

Dean Jacobs

Hey Hutch!

I look forward to that "cheers"! Have a good Christmas buddy!
Deano


Yeldarb,
Great to hear from you, have a really good Christmas!
Cheers,
Dean

Hey Deke!
How are things at Silva? I hope you and Gail are holding down Fremont while I am away!
Happy Holidays!
Cheers,
Dean

ps I'll see all of you when I get back!

Dean Jacobs

Hey Matt!
Great to hear from you, thanks for the post! Yes, I did get to Lake Baikal, and even did a little dog sledding while I was there...more to come on that. I look forward to seeing you when I get home.
Cheers,

Dean

Matt

Dean,

That photo in front of the train brings back SO many memories... I cannot wait to talk with you about Russia and compare experiences. I hope you were able to see Lake Baikal, which is perhaps one of the prettiest places in the world. And you are spot on with describing how you share two to three days with a person that speaks not a word of English, yet is your best friend. Unfortunately for me, I once spent two solid days with two Russian soldiers that not only didn't speak English, they also tried their dardest to get me and my traveling companion to drink Beer EVERY HOUR on the hour from 5:30am to 11:30pm. Gotta love the Trans-Siberian Railway, eh?

Safe travels my friend,

Matt

Hutch

Hey Deano:

We will be thinking of you this Christmas season. Best of wishes to you on your travels and we will "cheers" to you on our next gathering.

Hutch

P.S. Take it easy on the vodka.

Brad Clements

Hey Dino, just checking in to say HI. Looks like you are having a wonderful time. I think its been as cold here the last few days as it is in Russia. :-) We'll check in again soon - Happy Traveling and Merry Christmas...

Yeldarb

Derek Strohman

Dean,

Great pictures! I hope you have a safe and happy holiday season, you will be in our thoughts. Have fun and be safe!

Derek "Deke" Strohman
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Dean Jacobs

Thanks Kirk!
May your holidays be filled with joy!
I will be somewhere in Mongolia for Christmas!
Cheers,
Dean

Kirk Hutton

Dean,
You are in the throes of wonder and enchantment. I hope you have a warm and blessed Christmas, wherever you find yourself. I am always anxious to stay in touch by your postings!

Kirk

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