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Found it huffinpuffin2 found American Literature: Native Americans

Sunday, January 27, 2013Wisconsin

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This specific literature was certainly new to us, but likely has many parallels with other early cultures from around the globe. Reading this in the middle of winter, brought back memories of sitting on a warm beach in Hawaii, looking up at countless stars shining ever-so brightly above, while listening to the telling of early Polynesian narratives.

Contrast that with the cold reality of finding the cache in the wintry snow-covered woodlands by Hayward, Wisconsin. But there is a similarity. With container in-hand, we were able to recapture an enjoyably warm feeling. Yeah, it's just like that!

Thanks for another fun addition to the series, krymdog!

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