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Susie Aldershof Van Metre
12,598 Reactions, 3,850 Comments
Letters from Heaven. This week Abby turned 18. For her birthday we asked all our loved ones to write her a letter to be put in a time capsule that would be opened 17 years later. It is the most precious gift we could have ever given to her. Among the 25 letters are 7 letters from people who have passed on. These include letters from her Grandfather
Doug, her uncle John Aldershof, great grandparents and more. We cried and laughed all night. Such a blessing to have birthday wishes from everyone. The time capsule was full of great things for her. If you have a small child in your life, please share this idea. It was incredible. (Abby would like me to add that she had just gotten home from swim practice and usually doesn't look this casual) .
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Susie Aldershof Van Metre 12,598 Reactions, 3,850 Comments Letters from Heaven. This week Abby turned 18. For her birthday we asked all our loved ones to write her a letter to be put in a time capsule that would be opened 17 years later. It is the most precious gift we could have ever given to her. Among the 25 letters are 7 letters from people who have passed on. These include letters from her Grandfather Doug, her uncle John Aldershof, great grandparents and more. We cried and laughed all night. Such a blessing to have birthday wishes from everyone. The time capsule was full of great things for her. If you have a small child in your life, please share this idea. It was incredible. (Abby would like me to add that she had just gotten home from swim practice and usually doesn't look this casual) .
White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.
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Artwork saves metro train from falling after it crashes through buffer stop
A metro train crashed through a buffer stop and landed on a 10-metre-high 'Whale's Tail' artwork near De Akkers station in Netherlands' Spijkenisse on November 2. Pictures of the train were shared on social media by Twitter user named Joey
Bremer. The lower part of the train was severely damaged and electric lines were seen dangling from the damaged carriage.
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010fP Ogre Artwork saves metro train from falling after it crashes through buffer stop A metro train crashed through a buffer stop and landed on a 10-metre-high 'Whale's Tail' artwork near De Akkers station in Netherlands' Spijkenisse on November 2. Pictures of the train were shared on social media by Twitter user named Joey Bremer. The lower part of the train was severely damaged and electric lines were seen dangling from the damaged carriage. short by Ankush Verma / 02 Nov, 2020 store inshorts
White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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16 oct 2020
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.
White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.
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12 sep 2020
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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13 aug 2020
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.
White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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12 jul 2020
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.
White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in
England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors.
The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a
pioneering project by Forestry
England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife
Foundation, there is new hope for the
majestic birds.
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10 jun 2020
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White-tailed eagles - one of the largest birds of prey with a 2.5-metre wingspan - have been spotted in England for the first time in 240 years soaring above the North York Moors. The incredible creatures went extinct in England in the early 20th century due to illegal killing but thanks to a pioneering project by Forestry England and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation, there is new hope for the majestic birds.