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Mike L

Well, Rusty

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good luck on your upcoming move. Gonna have a new river to learn.

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rusty, give me a holler befor you go smile.gifsmile.gif

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Yes Rusty, good luck on your move. I'm sure you will think of the Red when your landing those monster Flats.

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Sorry fellas for the late response... I have been busy as a one legged man in a butt kicking contest. I am looking forward to the move.. That MN River is calling my name..

I am going to try to continue my business down there and you are all invited to come visit and help me do some searching for them Flatties.

My phone will be the same for a while if I can help it, otherwise I will still have my hotmail account,

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