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jwhjr

Thanks, that's a great deal! I'm picking one up for my one man portable, it gets a bit toasty and tight with the sunflower in it \:\)

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tweedlap

Wallabe,

Is that for Big Buddy?

Thanks,

tweed

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GotOne

I think I can reply a "YES".

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tweedlap

Thanks, Wallabee !

tweed

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hunter76

Can't pass that up for the price.

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jwhjr

I know they had a similar deal last year, and I waited and missed it. It was only there for a few days, so if you're thinking about it I'd act sooner than later.

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so haaad

Can you give the name of the store and price...no direct link?

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jwhjr

$79 at the most popular online book site. Same name as a river in South America grin.gif

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tweedlap

The sale is on Buddy. No sale on Big Buddy, that I saw.

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Jim Almquist

Just do a search for Big Buddy they are still on sale .

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so haaad

 Originally Posted By: jwhjr
Same name as a river in South America grin.gif

Orinoco??? grin.gif

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jwhjr

 Originally Posted By: so haaad
 Originally Posted By: jwhjr
Same name as a river in South America grin.gif

Orinoco??? grin.gif

I thought there might be some confusion... \:\)

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