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September 30th, 2005:
Yesterday the Larson family moved all of their clothes and furniture and belongings out of their house and hauled it carefully farther up the mountain to a higher and more distant location. Mr. and Mrs. Larson had been discussing trying to live without electricity, and now they've decided to give it a go. The food stand in town is now crowded with all of their electronics that they won't be needing anymore.
Kirsten had a fit when they told her they would have to sell her computer, their TV, their refrigerator and other things, but now she's gotten to like her new home, and Kaya is making things easier for her by coming over every day to see if she can help with the harvest yet.
Kaya stocked up a cave nearby her camp so that when the winter blizzards come she will have a good place to stay. She stacked firewood all the way up to the ceiling and stored plenty of food to last her all winter long. Now she's getting worried about the Larsons because they haven't even begun preparations for the winter, and the weather is getting colder every day!
Updates: New Pictures on all the "family" pages! Don't worry, the rest of the Cambria pictures will be up soon!
September 30th, 2005
I've just updated the merchandise pages with an email order form for everyone who doesn't particularly like making payments with paypal. This way you can write out your order, and we'll send you an invoice which you can pay by check or money order. It's a bit safer, anway.
And now we (my sisters and I) are off to Portland, Oregon for an Irish dance competition this weekend! See you all next week!
October 6th, 2005
Last night was quite a scary one for the Merriman family! Just as the girls were working on cooking dinner from a newspaper recipe, William ran in the door shouting and waving his arms in excitement. As he had been outdoors waiting for his father to come home from work, he'd heard the unmistakable sound of the fife and drum approaching their street.
"Mother! Sisters! There is a troupe of soldiers making their way towards us as we speak! Make yourselves presentable!!"
Quickly, Felicity, Nan, Rachel and Mrs. Merriman smoothed their hair and put the last touches on the dinner before running outside to meet the brave soldiers. They stood in front of their house, waving and beaming as the sound of the fife and drum grew steadily louder, soon, around the bend came a large band of soldiers. There was only one small problem- they weren't patriot soldiers. They were a band of British redcoats!
"What do we do now?" Felicity asked her mother, hurriedly, looking at the group of men approaching them.
"Invite them in of course..." said her mother, looking around her.
Felicity was confused. Why should they let the enemy into their house?
"If we offer them food it'll be better than them stealing it anyway." Lily motioned to them and asked them if they were hungry. They said they were and they all trouped into the Merriman's cozy kitchen.
While her mother and sisters were taking care of the greedy soldiers and offering them lavendar water to wash their hands in, Nan slipped into the darkness outside. She had to warn her father and his friends who had been planning on having their strategy meeting at the Merriman's house that evening. She managed to alert the men just as they entered the street, and sent them across the river to the Montoya's house where they could keep watch from the watchtower just in case the soldiers followed them.
The soldiers left after a long meal and a good talk about tea, which Mrs. Merriman started in order to try to convince them that they were loyal British subjects. William's authentic British accent helped a lot too! After they were gone, everyone collapsed. What a close shave! Now they could go back to their samplers without worrying too much.
Updates: cleaned up the Links page, added The Nutcracker 2005 page with all of this year's performance dates, and worked some more on resizing pictures so there will be enough space for video clips in the future!
October 16th, 2005
Last night was a highly successful night of mystery and fun! Suzanne Wickon decided about a month ago that she would love to hold a ball. The Merriman family puts on the New Year's ball every year, and the Parkington's put on the Easter ball, so she decided that her ball would have a Autumn theme and become a Masked Ball.
Everyone in Pleasantville (besides the Montoya family, which was not invited) gathered together in a far corner of the Parkington's gardens where a circle of lighted trees and bushes illuminated a dance floor and a long banquet table. All of the ladies wore beautiful ball gowns, and the gentlemen wore suits and elegant vests. Everyone wore a mask.
Even though Mrs. Wickon thinks she knows these things, she was a little bit shaky on banquet etiquette. She got all of the courses mixed up and kept saying "bring in the turkey!" in an imperious voice when really, she was supposed to be announcing the second course of salads and acknowledging the cooks. Lucky for her, her seating plan placed Lily Merriman on her left-hand side where she could ask her for advice every few minutes.
Francisca Montoya, who loves dancing and was very hurt not to be invited, watched the banquet from behind a lighted bush. She thought that she was being discreet, but Samantha and Rebecca Parkington noticed her right away. To her dismay and amazement, they came up to her secretly and helped her change into a mask and a ballgown.
Samantha introduced her to Suzanne Wickon as Isabel Rosa, a Spanish princess. Suzanne fell for it, of course, becuase she believes every word the Parkington sisters say.
However, Mr. and Mrs. Larson soon began to suspect that Isabel Rosa was not who she appeared to be, and Francisca was forced to run away from the party without completing her three dances. All that was left of Isabel Rosa the next morning was a crumpled peach ballgown and a discarded mask in Rebecca Parkington's bedroom.
The ball was a wonderful success, and we have taken plenty of pictures, but have to wait for some of them to be developed. They should be up sometime soon, as well as the rest of the Traveling Cambria pictures!
Updates: NEW PAGE: What is OUR DOLLS? an overview of the history of our dollplay and stories, as well as our first inspiration and the reasons we created the doll movies on our Merchandise page. There will be pictures added to this page of our early dollplay adventures as soon as my camera battery recharges! New pictures on The Parkington Family page and The Merriman Family page.
October 18th, 2005
The rest of the Traveling Cambria pictures are NOW UP on the Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page! Please leave all of your comments in the message board! Thank you!
November 10th, 2005
Masked ball pictures are up on Webshots now! Click here to see them!
November 10th, 2005
I just added a lot of old pictures to the What is OUR DOLLS? page. They are of us when we were little and of our very first "doll pictures," some of which, I must say, are rather cute! :P
Check it out.
November 10th, 2005
Due to popular demand, a Nutcracker DVD with Behind-The-Scenes included is currently in production! Mr. Montoya dusted off his video camera and has gotten really excited about doing a documentary that is all about his own ballet company. There are so many tapes full of Nutcracker rehearsals and special things like videos of the costumes being made and the props being put together that there is already plenty to work with! But we'll also include quite a bit of new information in the video as well.
The production this year is going to be better than ever, with an entirely new Land of the Sweets set with a huge staircase, and 7 completely new hand-sewn flower costumes! Mrs. Merriman has hardly been sleeping because she has so much sewing to do to get ready for opening night! At least she has Rachel, Nan and Felicity to help her out, but more often than not they are off rehearsing in the theatre because they have such important roles.
For more information on the Nutcracker, go to The Nutcracker 2005 .
And, as i'm sure you'll notice, the merchandise section is updated to show off our Holiday Specials! Nearly all of the prices on videos, greeting cards and storybooks have been lowered for the Holiday season. Check that out at the Merchandise page.
November 13th, 2005
Little frosty snowflakes floated down into the mountains of Pleasantville the other day, much to the delight of the people walking around town square. The mountains are where the Larson's cabin is, and they have not been home for two months because they have been trading and helping with the harvest at the Montoya's rancho in the desert. When news of the snow came, however, they decided that they should probably return home and make their home secure for the winter ahead.
There are so many things to do before the winter arrives! Make candles, quilts, new mittens and socks and cook food to keep everyone happy. Since they moved from their larger cabin in town square to their new smaller one up in the mountains, the Larson girls have been having a hard time getting used to all of their chores and of the dangers that they sometimes have to face up there where they can't just dial 911 when they need help. Their house was recently battered by a pretty bad windstorm (Kaya ran to their house just in time to join them in the root cellar) and after that a wolf attacked their cow, Daisy. Thankfully, Kaya was around and attempted to "squish" it, something that she has grown very famous for! But this particular wolf was too strong for her, and Mr. Larson had to shoot it in the end. Kaya is going to spend the winter with the Larsons if it ends up being too harsh for her out in the wilderness by herself.
Meanwhile, rehearsals for the Nutcracker are going well at the Lavendar Fox Theatre in downtown Pleasantville.
"ah-one, ah-two, ah-three, ah-four! jete twirl jete twirl, down look run! Oh Felicity you can't look and run at the same time! There is a seperate count for each movement. Honestly, do it again girls. We only have two more weeks before the ballet opens."
Mrs. Montoya is ruling the rehearsals with her infamous stick, beating out the rhythms with it and calling out instructions.
"Alison McCann, you'd better have the ropes ready for Josefina to fly in her Sugar Plum Fairy solo! You've been working on them for a week already! Megan, the Christmas tree is falling down again, fix it PLEASE. And Mrs. Merriman, I know you like to make everything perfect, but I need all 8 of those flower tutus AND the gaurds capes AND the candy cane outfits done by next week. Period. ok?"
The sewing machine whirs and the strains of Tchaikovsky's magnificent score seap out of the theatre into the streets where the snow continues to fall, softly. The Holidays are here at last!
Updates: check out the new Videos page! I'll try to free up more room so I can put up more sometime.
November 30th, 2005
As I'm writing my sisters are busy in the living room finalising choreography for the new version of "Tarantella" in the Nutcracker; instead of being the light-hearted dance of two green Moss Pixies like it usually is, this year we've changed it to become a comical dance performed by the gate gaurds of the Land of the Sweets, twirling large candy canes and top hats as they dance.
This is only one of the MANY changes that we have made in props, costumes and choreography at the Nutcracker this year, there are seven entirely new flower costumes, a huge Land of the Sweets set, and much more! We are so excited about our productions this year, and we can't wait to see you all! Take a look at our The Nutcracker 2005 page to see the final dates for our performances this December, and to check how many seats are still available in certain shows. Call us sooner than later to get the best day for you!
December 2nd, 2005
I've just updated the Nutcracker dates with the new information as far as booked seats because of a few calls we recieved today. If you want to come, don't delay! There are still some seats left. Thanks!
December 3rd, 2005
Updated to add the current Nutcracker ticket status- please note that December the 21st is now completely full, and that December 12th only has one seat left. We're getting close!
Today the dolls all worked VERY hard at the theatre, putting in about five hours of rehearsal in order to complete the choreography in time for their dress rehearsal on Monday night. Josefina was close to tears at several points because of the pressure of playing the beautiful Sugar Plum Fairy, but in the end she brightened up after a warm cup of hot chocolate at the Parkington's house across the street and pulled all together for a wonderful finale at the end of the rehearsal. All of the houses in Pleasantville are ready for Christmas, and it has snowed everywhere. The stage is set, the costumes, props and dancers are all ready... the Nutcracker is coming to town.
Updates: Nutcracker dates.
December 10th, 2005
Happy Birthday, Greta! Greta turns 19 today.
December 12th, 2005
It's the day of our second Nutcracker performance, and all is going according to plan. Anna Larson and her family are busy baking some huge batches of gingerbread and coffee cake for the intermission at tonight's performance, the Wilson Printery is bustling with activity as programs and storybooks are printed out, and strains of the pas de deux can be heard as Josefina and Felicity work out a smoother beginning to their dance. Mrs. Montoya is still shouting; she does a lot of that during this month of the year.
Our first performance went very well on Friday night- we had guests from places as far away as Washougal, Washington (near Portland) and Sandpoint Idaho, as well as some returning guests that came for their third year in a row. The theatre was packed, and the only thing that went wrong was that Alison managed to turn the strobe light on backstage a tad bit early. If you listened closely, you could hear Mrs. Montoya scolding her loudly in the back room until she had to come back onstage for the dance of the guards.
Also, in website news, the holiday sale in merchandise will be good until December 20th, when all of the normal prices will return. So get your orders in now! There are also new 2006 calendars and updated Nutcracker storybooks available if you simply email us at email@example.com . Thank you!
Updates: new front page picture.
December 18th, 2005
Now we approach Christmas week, with three more Nutcracker performances. One today, Wednesday and Friday, and only two days left in our video sale here on our Merchandise page. If you order them before or ON Tuesday, we will try to make sure they get to you by Christmas Eve. :)
The dolls went home last week for a well-earned week off from Nutcracker performances, and all started work on their Christmas presents. The Montoyas, after a very successful year financially, have all gone to Santa Fe to look for presents for each other, and have come back with quite a few! The little piles of packages will be considerable on Christmas morning at the rate that they're going.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Merriman has settled herself down to her well-worn sewing chair by the fire and started stitching tiny stitch after tiny stitch to make her daughters all a new gown before Christmas arrives. She has put the utmost care into Nan's especially, as she needs a dress that will hold together through whatever silly activities that she gets in to!
Also, we were wondering if anyone would be interested in purchasing doll dresses we made. Just out of curiosity! Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks!
Updates: New front page picture
December 20th, 2005
Just a reminder- our sale on Merchandise ends tonight at 9:00 PM so please get your orders in as soon as possible in order to take advantage of this great opportunity! Lots of thanks to those who have already ordered so many videos.
December 20th, 2005
The Merchandise sale is now CLOSED. All of our things for sale have gone back to their normal pricing, besides the Nutcracker storybooks on the Nutcracker Merchandise page. These have gone down to $10.00 each during Nutcracker season.
December 20th, 2005
The reviews for the 2005 version of the Doll Nutcracker are pouring in: Have a look at them on our2005 Nutcracker Reviews page to see what people are saying: "It captivated me with the fantastic attention to details and especially the girls and dolls as such graceful dancers. It was as though they were one. I was completely taken in by the flow... On December 18th a magical evening unfolded at the home of the Gothards. After touring a whole village (upstars and down and throughout the house), we were invited to enjoy the Nutcracker 2005, directed, performed, and choreographed by the Gothard daughters. We were treated to three acts of unique settings and outstanding dances. Even cakes were enjoyed by all at the intermission, provided by our gracious host and hostess, complete with hot chocolate. The enthusiasm and artistic talents of Greta, Willow and Solana were awe-inspiring. It's the best performance of this classic that this reviewer has ever seen. Imaginative! Touching! Professional! Beautiful!"
Updates: Updated prices in the merchandise section and added reviews from our December 10th, 12th and 18th shows. Enjoy!
December 24th, 2005
The Nutcracker 2005 is finally finished, and all of the dancers and their families have returned to their homes all over the town.
The Montoya family left first, all nine of them heading home to do lots of cooking and cleaning to get ready for the visit of the Three Kings on Christmas Eve. They all left their shoes outside their front door, filled with hay for the Three Kings' camels to eat, and leaving a symbol for whose shoes are whose. Josefina put out a skein of yarn with hers, and Francisca graced her fancy moccasins with her cooking spoon.
Mama traveled around the salas of the rancho placing clusters of candles on fireplaces and tables to light the dark night.
After reenacting Mary and Joseph's trip to Bethlehem and finally being allowed to find rest inside the rancho, the girls all slowly said prayers and went upstairs to their rooms, already dreaming of what the morning would bring. Mama and Papa settled down to go through the bad book to see who was the most bad this year.
Unfortunately, Antonio took the prize with 18 entries in the bad book, so the Three Kings will pass his shoes by this year. Maybe next year, 'Tonio!
Over at the Merriman's house the family returned, exhausted, (every single one of them is in the Nutcracker) and began their traditions. After a nice cup of warm apple cider, they changed into their nightgowns and Felicity, Rachel, Nan and William closed the doors to the parlor in order to prepare their show in secret. Every year, the Merriman children put on a performance for their parents set to music and using all of their talents- mandolin, piano, singing and ballet. This year they did a performance to "I Saw Three Ships" which was quite touching to their proud parents. Each of them opened just ONE present from under the tree. (another family tradition.) Nancy and Rachel picked out the presents they'd recieved from friends of theirs (both were full of sweets and chocolates) and William recieved a beautiful new fancy white shirt to wear to special occasions. Felicity didn't open a present, because she wanted to save them all for tomorrow. So, saying goodnight to their parents, the children tucked each other in and turned out the lights.
The Larsons were busy tying red ribbons around all of their and Kaya's animals to ensure that the JulTompten doesn't steal them away, as he likes to do sometimes. They also left a lot of good food out for the Tompten, who likes cheese and milk and sugary treats.
Anders read "The Night Before Christmas" aloud to Britta, Anna and Kirsten, and on the last line, "...Merry Christmas to all, and to all a Good Night!" They all three bolted upstairs without stopping to take off their slippers and dived into bed. Because they believe the faster you get into your bed, the more presents you'll have in the morning.
Angelica bought a tree, and, waiting for her prissy sister Sonja to go to sleep, she decorated it with all of Sonja's wraps , bags and jewelry and filled it with beautiful bouquets of flowers and russian nesting dolls. Then she placed the day's mail under the tree as a surprise because she hadn't been able to buy any presents this year. It is definitely the most original house in the town by now!
Everyone else in Pleasantville is asleep, dreaming of the Jultompten or the Three Kings, or of candy canes and oranges... hearing the clip clop of camel hooves or reindeer on the rooftop.
Mr. and Mrs. Montoya are dreaming of new saddle bags and cookbooks, Francisca wants beautiful clothes from Santa Fe, Nancy is dreaming of chocolate and William is dreaming of soldiers... Up on the mountain in their cabin, the Larsons are all cozily wrapped up in their beds, trying to keep their eyes tight shut as they hear the cabin door creak in the wind... could it be...?
Merry Christmas everyone. May yours be full of light and happiness.
From the Gothard Sisters and all of the dolls in Pleasantville!
September 28th, 2005
The pictures of Cambria's visit are up now! I've added the Merriman, Montoya, Windmill and Wilson/Chen albums of her visits on the Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page. Check them out there. Cambria is leaving tomorrow morning to go to her next host in Canada. We had a lot of fun with her this month and the pictures show that! So have a look and let us know what you think in our Message Board and Guest Book .
Updates: Lots of new pictures in the albums found on the Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page.
September 22nd, 2005
So much has happened in the last few weeks! Major changes in town square resulted when the Larson family decided to extend their property to the town limits. They have been looking for a place to put their well and horse pasture, and so Mr. Larson made a deal with Mr. Merriman that allowed the bank and post office to be moved in order to accomodate this request.
Several new characters have arrived as well- Anthony Duke, Dixie Sue and Daisy Beth arrived to live in Pleasantville after traveling all the way from Bearford in South Carolina. They moved here to improve their health and have established a residence at the Larson's bed and breakfast in downtown Pleasantville. They have made friends with all of the local business owners and have enjoyed long strolls and naps on the Larson's property.
Also new to Pleasantville is a visiting Traveling Doll named Cambria. She comes from Ohio, and is staying in Pleasantville for a month. See the new Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page for more information on what traveling dolls are and who Cambria is. She spent her first few days at the Merriman's house watching concerts, cooking pumpkin stew, going horseriding (sidesaddle), gardening and playing toy soldiers. Then she went to the Montoya's rancho where she helped all of the sisters with their chores; weaving and dyeing wool, making dinner and helping out with the laundry. Now she is at the Windmill's house playing video games and soccer and talking with Laura, who was very happy for an excuse to have a really long sleepover!
Next Cambria will travel to the Wilsons, Chens, Parkingtons and Larsons before she leaves Pleasantville.
Stay tuned because as soon as she leaves the Windmill's house, I will be adding photo albums of her visits to the first three houses!
Updates: New Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page and new pictures on the front page, The Montoya Family page, and The Merriman Family page.
August 31st, 2005
It's time to go back to school! Yesterday all of the high-schoolers in Pleasantville milled around outside the printery in order to sign up for all of their new classes. Unlike last year, there are now eight classes instead of just four. These are History, Math, English, Drama, Art, Music, Language and Science. So many people signed up that the school made a tidy sum of money in order to pay their hardworking teachers.
Kaya had to hold an elaborate ceremony over a large bonfire in order to ask Hun-Ya-Wat for permission to study at Pleasant Heights High School. He answered her by sending her wyakin, the mouse, to her which nodded it's head in agreement.
The town newspaper was released on Tuesday morning, with a large new pink gossip column written by Suzanne Wickon. It included nasty gossip and name-calling towards the Montoyas, Larsons and Windmills and caused quite a stir around town! Everyone was rather mad at Suzanne when she tried to follow the high-schoolers to school the next day to pick up more gossip for future columns. So instead of going inside, she settled on hiding between a few trees nearby an open window.
Felicity Merriman was very distressed when she arrived at school and discovered that she has been moved back to second chair, because Suzanna Wilson beat her slightly in one exam and grabbed first chair by a tenth of a point on an English assignment. Felicity was heartbroken, but now she's going about doing all of her homework assignments with renewed vigor in order to reclaim her chair as soon as possible.
After hours of learning about the civil rights movement, mammals, tenor, bass, alto and treble clefs, drawing raccoons and writing stream of consciousness papers, all of the students trooped home in order to do their many chores and all of their homework.
Mr. Merriman held three operations at the Pleasantville hospital last night, two on Clara Montoya and his daughter Nancy in order to sew up bald patches in their fur (Clara's bill mounted to $870!) and one to re-attach one of William's eyelashes.
Today is ballet class when all of the dolls will begin their annual preparations for the Winter performances of the Nutcracker ballet, school is again on Thursday, and Proper School (the Manners
Academy) and sewing circle are on Friday. What a busy week!
Updates: New pictures on the family pages, new front page picture.
August 24th, 2005
The seasons are changing once again, and so are things in Pleasantville. Last week Rose Hopkins suddenly put her photography studio up for sale and moved her business into the empty building that used to be Alison's gift shop. Her apartment was no less suddenly snatched up by her two best friends, Megan and Alison, who decided that they are tired of living with their respective families. For the last five or six years, Megan has lived with the Merriman family, and Alison with the Montoya family. Finally, all of the magicattictowne exchange students are living together downtown. Alison and Megan have all kinds of plans to earn money- one is to sell bags to Violet's Clothes Boutique and another is to open up a drive-through pizza parlor. But those are still to come. Right now, they are still busy unpacking.
Cristal is less than happy about her new neighbors. Rose was annoying enough to her, but now there are THREE of them?!
"Well, they listen to horrid music for one, for another Rose never cleaned up after herself and I very much doubt these two will do that either... I hope they know how to turn on their stove at least, for they seem very primitive to me. Of course, I am very capable so I may just be overexaggerating. Perhaps they will know how to turn their stove on. If so, then the whole town is in danger. Oooooh my...." Cristal refused to utter another word on this subject, but we all know how she feels.
On a different note, Mrs. Wickon has started writing a gossip column for the Pleasantville Gazette, which, if it is recieved well enough in the town, we will publish on this website! She loves to give her readers the low-down on everyone, and her nose has been spotted more frequently on windowsills and under doors than often around the town.
If you look around the site, there are lots of new things in our Merchandise section, and I updatedThe Fashions to include Fall/Winter 2005 . Do enjoy those!
All of our merchandise is handmade and individual. It is not made in a factory or production line, they were all made with care. They are wonderful gifts for the family and for friends now that the holidays are coming up, and each video or card sold is contributing to keeping this website alive. We DO have to pay to keep this site here, and it would be lovely if you could support us by buying merchandise. Soon, I will be adding a page which has all the merchandise available each year at the Nutcracker gift table, which was previously unavailable online.
Thank you all so much!
Updates: New front page picture, new Fashions page, new merchandise page:Greeting Cards!
August 2nd, 2005
Today was a busy day in Pleasantville. Felicity, Kirsten and Kaya practiced their horseriding for the competition coming up, and started setting up the jumping course recommended for them in the Young Jockey magazine that they bought at the Wilson Printery.
Cristal carefully piled Lily Merriman and Samantha Parkington's hair into the new fashionable hairstyle; it's designed especially to help tilt hats in a stylish way.
Anna Larson decided to make an apple spice cake and took out every pot and pan and dish in the kitchen in order to begin. Then she threw together some ingredients in each bowl, stirred them up, melted some butter, and made it into an excellent spice cake. She thoughtfully collected all of the dishes and put them in the sink for her mother to wash, then sat patiently by the oven on a pillow in order to wait for the cake to be done. She's still there, actually. She hasn't realised that she never turned the oven on...
Updates: New front page picture
August 1st, 2005
And so begins August, and a new fashion season in Pleasantville! Lily Merriman and Angelica are busy inside their sewing room, folding piles of exotic skirt fabrics and sewing swirls of lace onto large-brimmed hats. Mrs. Wickon's well-known fuzzy white nose is in it's usual place between the cracks in the window, and Rachel and Sonja are checking the shop every 10 minutes between ice cream cones to make sure that they don't miss the debut of the very latest fashions!!
I just added video clips to the Anna and the Barn Dance page and the Our Dolls and the Great Outdoors page so you can view a little of what the movie is like for yourself before purchasing. I also put together slideshows of scenes from the movies!
Updates: New video clips and slideshows on the merchandise page!
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