Fog, mud, destroyed builings, peoples' possessions scattered about. Depressing beyond words.
|January 28. What could be worse than Camp Lisa? The mud at Camp Demi!|
|We stood here for about half an hour, looking around and saying "Can you f***** believe this?" to each other.|
Our happy home for about ten days in Bosnia. The living modules behind the tent hint at better conditions to come.
|In the village just outside the main gate of Demi.|
|Street scene in Kladanj.|
|This was the social welfare office. We would visit this place a lot. Note the bullet holes.|
|We would get to know this kid and his family well.|
|Typical of civil affairs in Bosnia. We were trying to arrange for the artillery people to train in this field - not fire - just set up. The land was owned by four different people. And we were sort of sure there were no mines.|
January 31. For the first time since we got here.
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