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Apr 18, 2014

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John Russo

My family and I live in Titusville--about 25 miles south of New Smyrna Beach. We went to see if we could find him Alexsander as he travelled through the Intracoastal Waterway. We first sighted him about 2 miles south of the Titusville Bridge, got some pictures of him, then went to the bridge to wait for him to cross under--which occurred around 7:40 p.m. No one else was there. We waved and yelled some greetings to him, which I doubt he could understand. He smiled, waved back, said a few words in Polish and continued on his way. It felt good to see him, knowing what he had accomplished.

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