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From the PCTA hikers list

Judy Bishop


Johan Sandberg

When Bruce called yesterday I could at first not realize what a tragic and extremely sad message he had. After a few hours having talked to Monia and read the articles on the internet about the accident I started to realize what a devastating thing that had happened—probably the worst thing that can ever happen—losing your child.

We are very sad and we think of you all the time and I wish I could give you a big hug and cry out in your arms. I have told Bengt and Gunilla and they send their condolences and will probably write themselves.

In all the sadness I am very happy that I had the opportunity to meet Sarah again after all those years that have passed since you warmly and lovingly let me stay in your family and that I can remember her for not only being that lovely six-year old little sister calling me JOOAAANII. But also for a brave, independent young woman that showed great warmth and love for me and my family and proudly talked about her work and her visions. My impression was that she had very much energy and was taking great responsibility in her work and daily life.

I remember a little question that I overheard when we visited their house. She was asking Judy: Mom do you think that they i.e. Sandbergs think that we are very strange living like this?

I do not remember what Judy answered but I can answer now. Not strange but not in the way we would choose with three children. And I could clearly see that that was the way your Sarah liked to live. With Joseph, an open door, open mind and close to nature. Although I never really knew you I will always miss you. I will always have good memories of you as a little sister and a young woman.

I am very sad.

I have told our children and both Jonas and Moa understood that this was very sad. I told their teachers at school if they start talking about the accident or get worried.

It is hard to express what I really feel and I hope I not have written anything that can be misunderstood. We are thinking of you and if there is anything we can do please let us know. It felt good to talk to Bruce although the reason for the call was devastating. I will come to the U.S.A. to help—if I can, or attend the funeral—if you want. Please let me know.

By mail I am now sending the biggest hug I have to Judy and to Bruce.

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