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Bemidji's Newest Fish/Hunter Woman

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Here is the newest fisher women for the Hanson Family.

Emily Elizabeth Hanson 11:45 am, 7 lbs 15 oz, 20.5 inches long.

Everybody is doing great.

Off to Gander I go! grin.gifgrin.gif

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Congrats Woodman!!!

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Oh Yeah, she's a keeper.

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SWEEEETTT!!!!!!!!!!

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Veddy Nice!

We have a great success!

High Five!

Windy

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Thanks guys, hope to get them home on Thursday! grin.gif

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You already got my congrats earlier, but figured I'd chime in again. So we gonna get out this week? By the way, I'm the cool guy that lives just east of you a couple miles...LOL!

Buck

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