Ceaselessly into the past

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Ceaselessly into the past

Decades gone by, Japanese grads revisit Fort Lewis
Noriko Takahashi and husband Takema, reminisce about their bygone college days in Durango, 20 years ago. They recalled spending many a night at the Gaslight, the only movie theater in town at the time.
Takema Takahashi, left, wife Noriko, and their children Keigo, 12, and Reina, 9, relax near the train depot on Main Avenue. When asked what U.S. and Japanese citizens could learn from one another, the Takahashis admired the American spirit of optimism, while giving Japanese credit for their ceaseless punctuality.

Ceaselessly into the past

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Noriko Takahashi and husband Takema, reminisce about their bygone college days in Durango, 20 years ago. They recalled spending many a night at the Gaslight, the only movie theater in town at the time.
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Takema Takahashi, left, wife Noriko, and their children Keigo, 12, and Reina, 9, relax near the train depot on Main Avenue. When asked what U.S. and Japanese citizens could learn from one another, the Takahashis admired the American spirit of optimism, while giving Japanese credit for their ceaseless punctuality.
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