Love, Nate 12 September 2006 Folks, Just returned from a several day excursion with some of the Recon boys from Lejeune.
When he arrived at Lejeune, he was new to the role of infantry team leader, like Ryan.
"Mos'ly 'bout one hundred dollars," replied Lejeune promptly.
And he and Lejeune, the chauffeur, got to talking, and we took him home.
Lejeune soon turned off the wagon road to make his way directly down the side of the mountain.
Father Lejeune, in 1637, gives a case which reminds us of Home.
"It's no use," he told Lejeune, later, as they walked down the street together.
At any rate, father just smiled, and gave them both his blessing, and told Lejeune to come back when the war was over.
Lejeune says he has seen good results from its employment in hmoptysis.
Bob took his first lesson in Western riding behind Lejeune and his stolid mule.