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Couple Channels Grief Into Soldiers' Retreat

by Associated Press Videos 1:24 mins

Couple Channels Grief Into Soldiers' Retreat

by Associated Press Videos 1:24 mins

A couple whose son was killed while fighting in Iraq have channeled their grief into action, building and maintaining a bed and breakfast in Michigan. Blum's Landing is free of charge for anyone who served in the military after Sept. 11, 2001. (Aug. 1)

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