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*Found* Auger Blade Cover

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When leaving Wakanda tonite we found a 10" Eskimo(I think) power auger blade cover. It was laying on the highway right to the east of the landing. If its yours let me know, I have it.

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Hey Jim,

The cover isn't mine, but which side of the lake were you on? There were a few out in the middle straight out from the southeastern access (myself included), and a pretty large group of portables along the northern shore.

We did just fine, but I will admit that I was curious as to what those folks along the northern shore knew that I didn't.

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Cf, We were in the middle as well on the SE side. You were maybe the guy that asked how we did as we were packing up. I saw that group of 4 houses to the north and was curious why they all sat on top of each other.

Must of been one of those guys blade covers?..

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Jim----I am the one that lost the auger cover blade, and you are correct it is for my Eskimo. Realized it was gone when I got home. Thanks for picking it up, thought it was a goner. Wondering how I can get in touch with you. Thanks

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shoot me an email at spaude_13@yahoo.com. we could work something out.

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Yep, that was me, Jim. Nice to 'meet' ya, even if it is after the fact.

Planning on going out there again tonight. Are you going to be around?

CF

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