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I’m sitting here contemplating another day here on the ole farmstead. I haven’t lacked for things to do lately. I should be studying to take my ham radio technician license test, but admit I’m dragging my feet. I know I need to know, but still, the resistance is there. Partly because I’ve never been big into technology, and barely even know how to use my fancy phone, except for what I need to use on it. But I will push myself anyway. I’m also taking an emergency response certification class and training in October, just in time for the apocalypse.

I’m trying to be funny, even though I know it’s not really a laughing matter. And I’m writing now, because, for the moment I still can. As I’ve said recently before, I will probably not be writing publicly for much longer. The time to dive under the surface, and stay out of sight, is almost here. I read about a pregnant woman who was arrested in her own home in Australia for posting something on FB! Sign, sign, everywhere a sign. Yes, the signs are all around us, even while some of my friends and family still cling to the “when we get back to normal” narrative. Ain’t happening folks.

The air quality has been deemed “unhealthy” due to so much smoke in the air, even though it’s not nearly as bad here as it has been in recent past years. Still, almost everyone I know has congestion and a runny nose all the time. I may be doing another fast soon, just to help clean up the inside of my body and strengthen my immune system. I’ve contemplated numerous possible future scenarios, from not so bad, to worst than bad. I think mental preparation is helpful, as a common response to the unexpected is shock and inability to respond. I have a lot of animals here who depend on me, and do worry about our collective futures.

At the same time, I have been very busy just processing produce. I have given away, frozen, and now dehydrating a ridiculous amount of zucchini. Reminder to myself for next year (if there even is a next year), don’t plant 5 zucchini plants! Two would have been plenty. And now the tomatoes are finally bearing much fruit, and I am dehydrating the bumper crop of cherry tomatoes, since I can’t eat them fast enough. I have a fall crop of raspberries coming on too. Unfortunately, I won’t get hardly any corn this year. Besides the horse (and Dotty, the goat) eating as much as possible around the perimeter, and the sunflowers falling over in the middle, it did not pollinate very well this year. So many things I will not do the same. Sunflowers are going to be in their own place, where I can easily tie them all up. That’s what I did a few years ago, and it worked out much better.

I did get one good ear of corn so far, and that one I’m keeping for seed for next year. I also collected a bunch of spinach seed. I haven’t dug up the potatoes yet, to see how well they did. I’m hoping for a decent amount. And I have no idea how the beets are doing yet either. Anything is better than nothing. The acorn squash finally started putting on female flowers, but I just don’t know if they will have enough time to do much. There are small ones on there, but they all look like they have a ways to go. Might just have to buy a bunch to store and use this winter. The lettuce is reseeding itself all over the place, which doesn’t hurt my feelings at all. And I do have almost 2 dozen apples on our little tree I bought this year. The other one I put too close to the propane hot water heat vent on the RV, and damn near killed it earlier this year. Sometimes I do the stupidest things. The peach tree, and the walnut trees I got are doing great, though, along with the plum tree my neighbor brought me, so I am excited about getting a real orchard going next year. It’s really hard to keep them watered up enough in containers, so I’ll be happy to get them in the ground. Just didn’t want to do it, until I could do it right. Between the gophers and the deer, planning is critical.

The second hay storage area is well on its way to working out better this time. We are adding another fence panel over the top, so it extends out past the hay a bit more and will help keep the snow off in winter. And we are also buying a variety of supplies for projects we want to complete, with the expectation certain things may be hard to get later. Ammunition is one that is already getting hard to find and very expensive (and I can’t tell you how many are suddenly interested in the topic of self protection). All by design, I have no doubt. I did have the foresight to stock up on certain health supplements though, so we are in pretty good shape there. Also, in just a couple weeks we will be going to get about 4 - 5 ton of hay in, as I definitely want to have enough to get through this winter. I’m actually preparing for even longer extended periods of not going anywhere at all.

One thing we do have is music equipment. Several guitars, and my husband wants to get me a small keyboard and learn to play. We might as well get good at entertaining ourselves. We did go to a small outdoor music event last weekend, on some private property, that was completely ignoring all the imposed rules that have been placed upon us. I kind of liked it for that reason, as well as it may be the last time in the foreseeable future I get to listen to someone else playing live music. I also remembered the reason I don’t really go to bars anymore, or have any desire for an exciting “night life”. As I’ve gotten older, watching people get more and more intoxicated, and the light go out of their eyes as they sort of check out does not appeal to me. I know too much from an energetic perspective to enjoy that much anymore. I do miss dancing though. It’s great exercise. I would probably do that more except for our living space is rather small. Maybe we’ll have to build a stage and dance floor outside.

Everything out here has a layer of dirt on it, and is very dry. It would be even worse had I not watered the weeds so much. The horse and goats did a pretty good job eating them down, and it’s better than billowing dust everywhere. I still haven’t let the chickens out, although I will be able to do that soon, as the gardens wind down. We have been catching grasshoppers for them, and it has been fun watching them go nuts. They can be very fast when they want to be. And, my oh my, I forgot how loud they can be when announcing they are getting ready to lay an egg. Funny little dinosaurs they are.

I must say, that although I know people on both sides on the plandemic and political fence, I also am finding more and more people beginning to exercise some critical thinking, and questioning the narrative. And it is weird to be witnessing the subversive moves being made by those who don’t show their faces but are funding and instigating all the unrest in my country. It’s become painfully obvious to so many. It is a planned, sort of slow motion, takeover of what will be a Marxist regime replete with untold horror if they are successful. I guess we are all about to find out what this country is really made of. Even my daughter, who tries to tow the line, has begun refusing to wear a mask at work. Her job is very physical long hours in a poorly ventilated warehouse, and she found it was physically harming her to keep wearing it under such conditions. She is a good worker, so while they keep pressuring her, they haven’t threatened her with job loss or anything. I’m proud of her for standing up.

I guess it’s time to go check the zucchini in the dehydrator, give everyone some hay, check waters, and eat some breakfast. I do have to work harder at keeping my mind from spinning in multiple different directions constantly, almost on a subconscious level, for it makes me feel somewhat disoriented. Like, hard to focus. What is happening, to us all, is a form of trauma being induced purposefully. People are much easier to herd, manipulate, and control, when they are off center. Fortunately, I’ve had these last few years to get good and grounded in this alternate lifestyle. It has changed my perspective in a strange and subtle way. Being alone all the time, and being in nature and around animals has a way of changing you, but, from what I can see, it’s been a very good change. Overall, my mental and physical health is pretty good, and in some ways, better than it has ever been.

In fact, as I contemplate the forum kind of fading away perhaps, even though it brings me sadness, is not really seen as bad. Those who started the ball rolling here, over 5 years ago, have turned their focus in different directions, doing what they need to do. That is kind of the nature of things. Nothing ever stays the same. For many of us, our focus is being drawn more and more to what’s right in front of us, what is local, and just diving in. No matter what happens, might as well try to enjoy the parts we can, and spend as much time as possible with those we love and have a sense of mission with. It’s weird to feel happy and yet sort of sad at the same time. It gives more meaning to the word bittersweet all the time.

It’s funny, because I started forum life, back in the summer of 2011, due to a night job that gave me lots of time and I needed something to help keep me awake. I still had many questions then, and looked to others for answers. Interesting that at long last I really understand, the truth is inside me, and I already know. I just need to keep remembering. A little trust and faith in that something that has no real name or definite form, but is oh so very real to me, will take me wherever I need to go. Not a day goes by where I do not acknowledge all I have to be grateful for. The world may be going to shit, but still, life is good.
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I’m laughing to myself as I try to decide where to begin. Someone messaged me this morning and started with “welcome to the theatre of the absurd”. That about sums it up. My poor little RV is feeling smaller and smaller. I have been dehydrating tomatoes and zucchini, and doing red bell peppers today. I’ve also been freezing quite a bit of produce too. It’s weird to grow more than I can eat, but I’m gardening in earnest now.

Several reasons for that. One is kind of obvious. They are purposefully creating severe economic hardships and food shortages that will become quite evident in the months to come. Plus, due to so many possibilities happening weather wise, growing may become much more challenging in the years to come. Somehow I need to get my partially underground greenhouse built. I have a bunch of windows someone gave me. I just wish someone would drop off a backhoe for a week or two. I could do so many things with it. Heck, maybe even get that underground bunker I’ve always wanted.

We did get 4 ton of good hay in this last weekend, and unloaded most of it on Sunday, when the air quality index was at 499, the worst our area has ever seen since they’ve kept records. It’s still at “very unhealthy” levels, but feels remarkably improved from what it was. For anyone wondering if some of these many fires across many states here in the Pacific Northwest are being set intentionally, the answer most certainly is yes. Even though anyone saying so will be censored. I can still say mostly what I want here, since I am the lone poster lately. And those who would claim it’s all climate change can just go climb a tree (cause, strangely, some of the photos I’ve seen show everything vaporized, BUT the trees!!!).

Even though anyone claiming Antifa or other rogue groups have a hand in some of these fires (or maybe even some of the prisoners who they’ve let out early), is being heavily censored, amongst private individuals there is clear evidence of such that is circulating around, despite their efforts to stop the flow of information that runs counter to their narrative. In other words, many people are seeing through the ruse, no matter what the media is telling everyone to believe.

And how does this impact farm life? Well, my thinking on just about everything is going through somewhat of a metamorphosis. It was already developing along these lines, but now it’s ready to grow wings. Time to step up our game. And it’s definitely game on time folks. Everything my husband and I have been doing these last 4 years on this property is making so much more sense now. People who thought we were nuts are having to rethink their assessment. One thing is, fire is a bigger danger than it has ever been my entire life. We have 14 goats, 4 chickens, 3 cats, two dogs, and a horse. And no horse trailer. My husband had an idea a few days ago. Not sure what I think of it. He suggested that we could hook our RV up to the truck, and hook our 25 foot sailboat up to our 4 wheel drive car, and put most of the goats in there. Kinda funny, kinda not. At first he was suggesting we could throw them all in the RV. I didn’t think much of that idea, so the boat actually is a better alternative.

Actually, I have enough crates for all the goats, so wherever we put them they won’t have to be running amok. And I’m wondering how fast I can throw everything in here on the floor to pull us outta here. Some of the books I brought out of storage are going to have to go though. As soon as he gets the laundry room done, which should be soon, I can get a lot of the extra stuff we have been gathering the last few months outta here. And, yes, certain things I am stocking up on. Hearing aid batteries, stuff for my dentures, supplements, and first aid supplies. So many things are flying off the shelves at stores. Some things may become very scarce in the months to come. And, yes, the herd is definitely spooked.

I’m still milking two goats every day, making cheese usually a couple times a week. Some for us to use, some to freeze. I’ve also been making my own CBD oil for some time now, which remarkably has helped me to increase my productivity level without the expected swelling and pain that usually accompanies such. I still have some trouble with circulation in my hands, but not as much as I would have expected. My lifestyle is increasingly turning into a full time job. Fortunately I like what I do, and where I am. Certain things in the garden did very well this year. Bumper crop of tomatoes and the blackberry bush that started out as a single tiny start two years ago has taken off. I froze a bunch recently because try as I might, I couldn’t eat them all fast enough. Even the bush acorn plants have around 10-12 that finally grew on them. Just hope they get to finish, as they are not ready yet. Corn was a bust this year. Just didn’t pollinate well, although I still got a couple good ears to keep for seed.

So many things I didn’t do, garden wise, as well as I’d like. But, every year shows improvement. I did get a lot of black oil sunflower seeds which I’m currently drying. I will make sure they are thoroughly dry before I store them this time, and also make sure that whatever they are stored in is rodent proof. I had a big bag in the well house that mice got into, and wow, did they make a mess! I admit, I swore like a sailor the whole time I was cleaning it up. They were in a cupboard that the mice shouldn’t have gotten into, but when I pulled everything out, I saw that the back of the cupboard they were in had pulled away when we moved it around several months ago. Won’t do that again.

And, it’s almost breeding time again. Little Mr. Rollo is turning into a handsome guy. I’ll be putting Jewel, Firefly’s daughter, (Firefly is one I lost to the cougar attack) in with him. She is a good milking prospect for next year. And I’ll be breeding the two I am milking now to Raven. He is in his prime, and is currently being loaned out to a friend. He’s already made some nice kids for me. I’ll also be finishing the milk stanchion area in preparation for next year, so I can use the milk machine we got this summer. I want to put some linoleum down so it’s easier to keep clean. I figure I may be milking even more next year, as cheese making may become more than just for me.

Community building is finally happening, as many more are seeing the clear signs on the horizon. And rural folks are far more up to speed on helping one another it seems. When fires broke out around us, many of my goat friends were quick to offer help should it be needed. I did have one friend in Idaho who narrowly missed her home burning down, and did have to evacuate all her animals in a hurry. She had to leave a few behind, a cow, a wild billy goat they couldn’t catch, and the birds. Fortunately they all survived.

And I have family that live in north central Washington where the small town my husband went to high school in is almost gone. So many stories of wildlife that are being rescued and cared for, and, really, as horrible as it all is, some shining lights of humanity showing through it all. Tears well up as I think about it all. These truly are unprecedented times. I have much more I could say, now that I’m on a roll, but I have a friend who may be stopping by soon. She is fervently trying to get her home in the city ready to sell, and looking for rural property, hopefully fairly close to us, out here to buy. It’s early in the day, but maybe she’ll bring wine. I have crackers and cheese : )

We gotta keep our sense of humor intact. Otherwise, perfectly sane people are going to start loosing their shit along with everyone else. All I can say, is my love for life, all life, is actually growing stronger, and I didn’t think it could. Yes, I know I am spirit, having a human experience, that DOES have an expiration date. And to spirit I will return. So, yes, very serious things are happening, but we can all choose to make this a time when we rise and show the world that humans are not ultimately the scourge of the earth. Only some are, and they lost their sense of humanity some long time ago. The choices we make are what make us who we are. Hopefully, many more will rise, and shine, like the stars we really are.
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I wanted to write a farm life post today, but my morning did not go as planned. I’ll start this now anyway, just so I can express my frustration a little at how things are now. I ordered a couple things from Amazon. I hate getting anything from them, but with the supply chain being what it is now, I could spend a day driving around, and still not find what I am looking for, plus my phone generally doesn’t work very well. They either can’t hear me or there is a big delay due to satellite internet. And then, the internet sucks sometimes too, as it is slow as molasses.

So, anyway, I had two packages that Amazon said were delivered two days ago, but definitely weren’t delivered here. We went up the road last night, and checked the gate and my neighbors little cabin we built to see if they were there, but they weren’t. I walked over to my only other neighbor it might have been delivered at, but didn’t see any packages, and no one answered the door. I drove down the road to use the phone, and call UPS. I actually got to speak to someone, and supposedly filed a claim. When I got home I had an email from them, stating that I needed to go online to finish filing my claim, so I did. I guess I must have made an account with them sometime in the past, but don’t remember anything about it. So, I don’t know my username or password. The one I tried didn’t work, and they were supposed to send me an email, which never arrived. On a hunch, I went back next door, and found my packages outside their door. They had it for two days inside their house! They must have put them outside the door after I left. What a deal!

I tried the online chat, which was essentially useless, to let UPS know the packages were found. Then I tried to call them again, and of course they couldn’t hear or understand me. I really didn’t want to drive down the road again, so tried to see if there was a way I could actually contact Amazon, to let them know. They have a help section that, also, was fairly useless if your situation doesn’t match one of their suggestions. So, I guess hopefully UPS will have an actual person who reads the online chat, and will discover that my packages were found. It’s on them now, I refuse to do any more. All of this took my entire morning! Not a happy camper. I’ll be back when I calm down.

What the heck, I’ll go ahead and post this with a couple pictures. One is of a plant my neighbor gave me that turned purple (I’ll let you guess what it is), and the other is of Rollo, our mini Lamancha buckling I plan to breed with Jewel here fairly soon. He has a very handsome pompadour hairdo coming on, that actually feels like hair! And those curls! And today is our last warm day probably for the year, in the low 70’s (F). I probably won’t get back to this for a few days, because tomorrow I’m starting my first class for 3 Saturdays in October, for CERT (community emergency response training), so it’s going to be a long day. I think I’ll go outside and pick and eat blackberries. That should perk me up.

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Good morning! I’ve been writing out my list for the week on tasks to complete. The CERT class I attended was awesome! I went home and immediately ordered the remaining items I want to have for potential medical emergencies. Not a bad idea to have them anyway, but with the current climate of uncertainty, it would seem prudent to be able to handle most things, if not all, on our own. There could easily be a situation where there is no 911 to call, no ambulance to come, and no trip to the hospital even being an option.

It’s unfortunate that I have literally nothing in common with three out of of four nearest neighbors at all. One family is from California, and have no interest in knowing folks that live in an RV on property with a bunch of stinky goats. The ones closest are the ones that did not even notify us that they were sitting on our packages for two days. She has almost ran my husband off the road. And then of course there is Dick and Jane up the road, who still won’t look at us when they drive by. At least my oldest friend of 40 plus years is just up the road, and we have been helping each other since we have been out here. And, I did get to know two families not too far away on the same page, both within 5 miles, and possibly within radio distance. I still need to get up to speed there.

The group facilitating the CERT classes are outstanding people though, and I’m so glad I’m putting the time into getting to know them better. I can’t believe so much information was shared in such a short time. And the people who volunteered their time are people who are passionate about saving lives, and surviving what is to come. They are not looking through rose colored glasses, and know that the only way to survive what the forces who work against humanity have in mind for us, is to do exactly what we are doing now. Even though they came about their knowing in a completely different way, they are a pretty informed and aware bunch. Interestingly, they are a fairly religious group, and have a sense that what is driving the current plot is evil at its core. My nearest neighbors I mentioned out here are not religious at all. And they are not really preparing accordingly. Just an observation, for while I am no longer what you would call religious, I am more in that camp than not.

We are probably 2/3 done with the laundry room, with just insulation to put in the ceiling, a little more sheet rock to put up, then mud, tape, texture, and paint. This coming weekend we have the entrencher machine reserved for digging the 100 plus foot ditch so we can get our three water hydrants installed. That is a MAJOR project for us, having waited three years to make this happen. When I think back to when we moved onto the property almost exactly 4 years ago, it’s hard to believe what we had to do that first couple winters. The first winter we were still hauling water from the neighbors to fill up the RV water tank, along with going broke running the generator all the time. We didn’t have the wood stove in, and still had to fill 2 five gallon propane tanks a couple times a week.

Then this weekend we had a real fun time getting our love seat out of the RV. My husband and my neighbor didn’t quite remember how they got it in here. I remember it being a big struggle. I suggested just sawing it in half with a chain saw, but they didn’t like that idea. They did take the door off, and removed what could be around the door frame. I didn’t think they were going to get it out there for a bit. But, sheer will and determination, along with the knowledge that if they got it in here, they should be able to get it out, prevailed. Although we had two cats when moving in here, they were older and have both since passed away. Before we got the three cats we have now, we had a mice problem. I found quite a pile of mice poop, along with a lot of cat food behind the sofa. Don’t think any mice would survive long in here now, as these younguns are pretty attentive. Now we have a sofa with a hide-a-bed in here that is made for an RV, so actually came apart and was much easier to bring in. Which is great, because my two grandsons are growing fast, and now we have a good place for them to sleep.

Now that the gardens are pretty much done for the year, I’m going to let the chickens out finally, and give their coop and run area a good cleaning for winter, as well as fixing it to block more wind and cold, and run a light out there for them. I’m so glad we got them this spring, and have been enjoying the eggs all summer now. I’m winding down on milking, having stopped milking Rhiannon for the season. Miss Dotty is still giving me a quart a day and going strong, so I will probably keep milking her through this month. But my hands seriously need a break. By next year we should have the stanchion area fixed up so I can start using the milk machine. I want to be able to keep the area much cleaner that I have been.

Little Miss Liberty, Vida’s daughter, is certainly living up to her name. She has scraped off a big stretch of fur on her back due to not wanting to give up her freedom and continuing to squeeze through the fence even though she really doesn’t fit anymore. She greets me every morning when I go out to feed, following me into the hay storage area to eat as much leafy alfalfa as she can before I shoo her out with the broom. I also have to give her a little grain and lock her up in the barn when I milk because she tries to get up there and eat the grain when I milk Dotty. Cute as a button she is, and smart too!

My neighbor gave me a blackberry start two years ago, and I did get a few berries last year, but it really loves where it is and spread all over the place. I ended up getting about two gallons of berries off it this year, which is a hefty amount. I have about a gallon of them frozen in quart bags. And I love foraging for food every day. I’ve even been eating tomatoes just by themselves, which I would never do with store bought. They are so yummy! I do notice the difference in my overall health when I eat a lot of fresh food. People often just think I’m a picky eater, but it really does come down to wanting to be healthy and feel good. If I ate like most people I know, I’d be dead. I just can’t do it. In fact, here in the very near future I plan to do the lemon, cayenne, and maple syrup diet for a few days again. It always seems to at least temporarily clear up the sinus issues I suffer from. In fact, every one I know has this problem. Of course, we had an extra helping of smoke with toxic particles and fire retardant this summer. The diet most of us eat does contribute to mucus buildup. Even though I try to eat healthy, I find it difficult to stick to what I know I should do. In fact, if I did everything I know I should do, I would probably be a pillar of good health. Self discipline plays a big part, and I do love comfort food that tastes good. No one I know locally, except for one person, is even willing to do a fast of any kind. I get that deer caught in the headlights look every time I talk about it.

Which brings me to the topic of our current situation with the big V. My husband insists on watching the news a bit most evenings lately, and never, ever, have I heard them say anything at all about the immune system, or eating the right foods to stay healthy. The closest they come is to mention taking vitamin C and D. And wear a god damn mask! Think what you want there, but my intuition screams at me that wearing a mask all the time is PART OF THE PROBLEM!!! The level of programming and mind control evident in every news broadcast I‘ve seen lately is off the charts. I just take my hearing aids out when my husband has it on, and read a book. I just can’t even subject myself to the sounds of their voices as they tell us all how it is (according to them). I know way too much about who owns every news outlet in the country. We used to watch the movie “They Live” for entertainment. But, I do not find the current roll out entertaining. Well, maybe a few aspects, like the few moments I spent watching both debates (Presidential and the Vice President face off). I did laugh out loud a few times, I admit.

Okay, I’ve rambled on and on for quite some time now, and hear the goats telling me all about it, as well as my stomach rumbling, so I guess that’s it for this installment. Over and out for now.
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I also want to add here, that although I will not wear a mask, and I don’t believe what we are being told, I in no way want to take away from those who have lost loved ones. Some in nursing homes, that they couldn’t even say good bye to in person, and others who did get sick and die, even if the story isn’t quite right. Losing a loved one under any circumstances is difficult. I also want to say that for those who do choose to wear a mask, how I feel is also not meant to be a put down, only a desire to maintain personal health freedom. For those who are showing symptoms often associated with flu or have a cold, have to go out, and do not want to infect others, or those who have loved ones who they feel are very vulnerable to any illness right now, I do understand.

For my part, out of respect, I do go out of my way to stay away from crowded areas where I can’t maintain my distance, even if I have to go farther to do so. I’m not that callous that I want to create even more conflict than there already is. But to make every single person, regardless of whether it’s been said that they’ve already had it (so, shouldn’t be contagious anymore) or perfectly healthy people with no symptoms whatsoever should spend the next foreseeable future hiding their face and limiting their ability to breath, just makes no sense at all to me. And young children being subjected to all the social distancing and all day mask wearing also makes no sense at all to me. Honestly, it sounds like abuse.

And I do feel it’s all part of a much larger agenda that has absolutely nothing to do with their concern over our health. Just wait until all the homeless, and out of work people get truly desperate in the not too distant future. It will not be a pretty picture, and will make the threat of this so called pandemic pale in comparison. Not to mention the looming presidential election here in the US. Astrologically, next year is supposed to even eclipse this one, in regards to high strangeness and change, so I would buckle up and get ready while you still can by at the very least spending more time looking beneath the surface of what your bought and paid for media outlets are telling you. And, to me, living in fear is no life at all and sometimes (actually, all the time, just depends on how you say it) speaking your truth is an act of empowerment, and even a responsibility to your fellow man. Some of the people I know that are buying into all this have seriously surprised me at their trust in the system. I guess maybe they just don’t know what I know and have researched for many years. And, maybe, they just don’t want to know. It’s not for the faint hearted, it true. Sometimes the truth hurts.
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