The Departure

The Departure

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  1. Welcome back! (I was ready to say that no matter WHAT you posted. I’ve missed you! In any case, I’ll stick with “welcome back” because this could be an arrival as well as a departure. ) One wonders why the organizer brought so many skycrapers and no apparent agricultural capacity. Good luck to this gang.

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      • I found this history of the name in Wikipedia:

        Frankonovurd (in Old High German) or Vadum Francorum (in Latin) were the first names mentioned in written records from 794. It transformed to Frankenfort during the Middle Ages and then to Franckfort and Franckfurth in the modern era. According to historian David Gans, the city was named c. 146 AD by its builder, a Frankish king named Zuna, who ruled over the province then known as Sicambri. He hoped thereby to perpetuate the name of his lineage. The name is derived from the Franconofurd of the Germanic tribe of the Franks; Furt (cf. English ford) where the river was shallow enough to be crossed on foot.

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  2. Could this be the New Earth Take off…. 🙂 The animals went in two by two….The bureaucrats got left behind…. 😉 Love it…. I can see the amount of work that too Rabirius.. ❤ 🙂

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