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Come sail with me as I continue my quest to "knock the monkey off my back." Gazing at my daughter bonding with a lady who was a youngster I befriended during the Vietnam War was borderline fantasy. Was I dreaming, the two women were holding hands right in front of me at the foot of BaNa Mountain. Mingling with elephants surrounded by the ancient temples of Angkor Wat is p Come sail with me as I continue my quest to "knock the monkey off my back." Gazing at my daughter bonding with a lady who was a youngster I befriended during the Vietnam War was borderline fantasy. Was I dreaming, the two women were holding hands right in front of me at the foot of BaNa Mountain. Mingling with elephants surrounded by the ancient temples of Angkor Wat is part of the evolution. Returning to Vietnam to visit old friends and help them validates my hypothesis: we have the ability to heal ourselves while helping others. Kicking the dirt west of Da Nang with three of my grandsons at the site of the deadly attack on our artillery position has given me a new perspective on life. The journey to find closure takes me to U.S. Marine Corps reunions with fellow Alpha North artillerymen. Sharing stories, pictures and just being together again brings a form of relief.


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Come sail with me as I continue my quest to "knock the monkey off my back." Gazing at my daughter bonding with a lady who was a youngster I befriended during the Vietnam War was borderline fantasy. Was I dreaming, the two women were holding hands right in front of me at the foot of BaNa Mountain. Mingling with elephants surrounded by the ancient temples of Angkor Wat is p Come sail with me as I continue my quest to "knock the monkey off my back." Gazing at my daughter bonding with a lady who was a youngster I befriended during the Vietnam War was borderline fantasy. Was I dreaming, the two women were holding hands right in front of me at the foot of BaNa Mountain. Mingling with elephants surrounded by the ancient temples of Angkor Wat is part of the evolution. Returning to Vietnam to visit old friends and help them validates my hypothesis: we have the ability to heal ourselves while helping others. Kicking the dirt west of Da Nang with three of my grandsons at the site of the deadly attack on our artillery position has given me a new perspective on life. The journey to find closure takes me to U.S. Marine Corps reunions with fellow Alpha North artillerymen. Sharing stories, pictures and just being together again brings a form of relief.

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