It snowed at Camp Demi, but by the time we got to this area east of Sekovici we were below the snow line.
Diane was a haven of sanity for us but the crews that came here were away from their billets and living amenities. For them, since they crossed a bridge to get here, it was a prison surrounded by water. Hence the nickname Shawshank. In a dazzling demonstration that the Army is way overstaffed with senior officers, the brass dithered for weeks about the sign. In the end, they left it up. Diane closed in August, anyway.
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