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Satchmo

HeyThere Guts!!

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The wife, the boys, and I are heading up to stay with Niles and Denise tommorrow evening. Won't be 'til late though. We'll be up from the 3rd 'til the 14th. Laurie is wondering if you have a blueberry report, and I'm curious how the mayfly hatch is going. Grant and Reid both want to take a day or two off from the walleyes and try to catch a big gator so they can get their picture taken with a BIG fish. If I'm not careful, I may not get a nap the whole time I'm up there.. grin.gif We'll stop by and see you in the next couple of days. Take care!

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Enjoy the 4th and the beautiful new outdoor field stone grill that Niles and Matt built. Impressive work. We had to leave b/4 the masonry was dry, otherwise we might have gotten the inaugural meal.

Enjoy,

d_and_b

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