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  • that camp.

  • I've interviewed some 10 during three questions were plastic started dripping from the ceiling and dripping like on fire, you know, like dripping balls of fire.

  • And I tried to put it out as fast as I could, but it spread so quickly that I realized I just got to grab a few things and get out of here.

  • I gotta grab my dog.

  • 60 60.

  • What he meant to me was ever everything on all the things that I was losing A I had no thoughts for uh oh, I'm losing all my stuff.

  • I don't care who he was.

  • The thing I I wanted to save Two years of food supply was dwindled.

  • 2 30 days, maybe maybe 30 and 35 days of one can for breakfast and one can for dinner.

  • I I got my got preset sad.

  • A couple times I knew someone was coming.

  • I had a regular schedule of calling people.

  • I kind of blacks on the schedule, and that's why it was gonna take three weeks instead of just a couple.

  • When I look back at my feelings, when the helicopter it came with, it was, I think that I was excited to be warm again.

  • And, uh, I was excited that I could get some food again.

  • You know, some flaming hot Cheetos, just junk food.

  • I I imagined, like, I get stash a junk food.

  • Um and I did when I got to Anchorage and kind of made me sick.

  • But this is, ah, life that I've, ah, worked a long time to build.

  • I've put years into finding the right parcel.

  • I found it.

  • I paid Ah, all the money that I have made over the last few years for it.

  • I absolutely want to go back.

that camp.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/02
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