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UncleKes

Happy Thanksgiving

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To all my friends in the forum! I want to take this opportunity to wish each of you and your families a very Happy Thanksgiving! May you and yours share the warmth of love and companionship on this most wonderful time!

Tight Lines.

Uncle Kes

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Everone have a fun and safe holiday!

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Back at you all!!! smile.gif

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You too UncleKes!

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

I had the 1st Thanksgiving at our place with parts of my family and the in-laws. Spending time with family and being able to enjoy a great meal is always a great past time.

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Captain! Congrats on your new house and the love and companionship your family and friends brought you on Thanksgiving. May God give you and your family many of them over the years.

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