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Children's play pen

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We have a Kolkraft foldable play pen to give away. It's square with mesh sides and a padded bottom. It's about 4-5 years old and was used maybe 6 times. It is in very good shape... not junk!

It is yours to pick up in Cottage Grove or Inver Grove Hts.

My # is 651.341.4581

Good Luck!

Ken

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Ken ~

If this is still available, I will take it off your hands.

Thanks,

Greg

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Sounds good Greg... call me when you figure out which day works best to pickit up.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Ken, look at my avatar, do you think I need some baby items ?

Just kidding !!! Too bad I missed it I was there today, I could have picked it up.

No problem. Any other baby item let me know, my wife covered all the aspects but maybe there's something she missed.... grin.gif

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You and me both, Valv, you and me both. (using avatars as a reference). grin.gif

Ken - thanks again. I'll touch base this week when I know I can sneak away from the office to pick this up.

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Greg, ooh heck, I am glad you can find good use for it, I was giving Ken hard time just for the fun.

Your 2 new ones are sure cute, what's their names ?

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Thanks for the compliment - I said a small "thanks" to the big man after seeing the close resemblece to their mother rather than me! Nicholas just turned 2, and Hannah is 6 months. Life is definitely not boring at my house! They have certainly cut into my fishing time this year, even though every minute has been worth it. Besides, I'm hoping to have two life-long fishing partners soon!

Congratulations to you on being a grandfather - how many

g-kids do you have?

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Thanks again, Ken! The pen is in perfect condition will get plenty of use.

It was a pleasure meeting you in person.

Take care,

Greg

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No problem Greg! Wished I could've chatted a little longer, but we were just going into an owner's meeting. Hope it 'corrals' the young one! grin.gif

Good Luck!

Ken

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