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September 27, 2010

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RamblingRound

What an interesting post! I especially enjoyed the part about toddlers who had never walked on land! Great pictures and info.

diane

How lucky to bump into the pastor and have a private tour.

J Bar

How interesting. This reminds me of the Institute for Seamen that I featured on my blog recently.

Lady Fi

Wow - what a fabulous chapel - so small yet packed with history.

Sylvia Kirkwood

What a great post for the day, Sallie! Love the history and your photos are terrific! How fun for you! Would love to visit there myself -- this was the next best thing! Do so enjoy reading about your travels! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Janean

such history and a sense of calm.... thank you for taking us with you! :)

sandie czosek

Sallie, I loved that - something I know about now that I would never have known existed. THANK YOU! Quite interesting to me.
sandie

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