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Bryson Block shares a laugh with his foster parents Deb and Mark Kiser at their home in the Shorewood Drive area. The Kisers have fostered dozens of kids over two decades and will be adopting Bryson as their son. Brian Basham/Tribune

Home at last, in foster care

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When 10-year-old Bryson Block walked up to the yellow house in the Shorewood area of Detroit Lakes for the first time, he didn't know what he was in for.

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"It was scary," said Bryson, who was about to enter his fifth or sixth foster home.

For him, they hadn't been good experiences, so he wasn't expecting much here either.

Bryson's story

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