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Izaak Walton Report

January 14, 2014
Blaine Kloppenborg , The Daily Freeman Journal

Last week, I told you why I hate cold weather. On Dec. 9, 1950, it was the coldest night in 100 years in North Korea at the Chosin Reservoir, and by cold, I'm talking 60 degrees below zero with 65 knot winds. When we finally came down off the Koto-Ri Plateau and arrived at the sea on on the east side of Korea, we boarded ships at three seaports (Wonsan, Hungnam and Hamhung).

 
 

 

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