After having fun at the fall fairs, summer vacation and enjoying cottage life, we should think back to what was a priority during WWI and WWII.
Enjoying the good life as we just did this summer and fall would have seemed like fantasy land to our ancestors who lived through those two world wars. Hundreds of thousands of fine young men and horses gave their lives in those two wars so that the next generations could enjoy freedom and the good life.
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