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Aw, how beautiful. These pictures made me want to cry. Reminds me of the great time I had in Switzerland years ago with my dear friends Paul Tobler, Christof Feur, Barbara, Peter, and Freddy Suture. Hello to you all from your dear friend Kenn Coleman
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