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Congratulations to you and Tiffany. Thanks for e-mailing me the pics...she's adorable and definitely a keeper! Let's see, you need another Barbie fishing pole.....

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Yup, Thanks, Back to the hospital today to be with Mommy and Her.

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Hey Pal, Congrats from Tenstrike!!!!!

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Congrats....just another person to share God's great outdoors with for years to come!

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

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Congrats woodman!!!

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Congrats! I wish you nothing but the BEST! grin.gif

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