Where the Wild Cranes Are

That’s amazing!

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Looks like such a great article! I’m unable to translate it. Can you give me the gist?

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I had to have someone use Chrome at me to translate. :woozy_face:




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Thanks for doing that!

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Gosh Steph, that is touching. Thanks for chroming it at us, it was a heart-squeeze to read :blue_heart:

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AMAZING!!! It is an honor to help them fly. :heart: :heart: :heart:

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Aaawwww! Great article! I am super bummed I forgot my batch on my last Japan trip. Shizuoka is the next stop.

Side Note, DeepL is one of the best auto translators I’ve found for Japanese. (App and web site)

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:arrow_up: :arrow_up:

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I have to remember to bring one with me on Saturday, when @endymion and I take a basket weaving class at Allerton Park. It’s a beautiful place, and some lucky visitor will get to find another crane there.

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What a fantastic article (thanks Google translate, which I did before I saw you’d posted it in English)
I bet it feels great hearing stories like this, how your cranes are helping people.

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I love that they take flight of their own like that!

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NYC. In front of Lego store at Rockefeller Center/5th ave.

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Allerton Park and Mansion, Monticello, IL

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That article was amazing and I cried full on! :heart::heart::heart:

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Souris, PEI, beside the local bakery.

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I’m in Myrtle but I forgot to pack a crane! :sob:

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Sarasota, FL. St. Armand’s/Lido Beach area.

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Oh, what a perfect place for it!

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Montclair, NJ. Not the best spot but I was running to my office holiday party.

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Left outside Montana’s in Charlottetown, PEI.

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