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1K post milestone

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So I finally have made it to the 1K post milestone. I thought it would be great to share it with those in one of my favorite forums, East Central Lakes. It has been a great ride so far, and only looks to be getting better. A big thanks to FishingMinnesota for being the leader in information on the great outdoors and everything else. The site keeps growing and getting better all the time. Hopefully the next thousand will be as good as the first.

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bravo dude!~

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Is this really to be considered an achievement? At least you can quantify how you spent the last two years of your life.

Just kidding. Your carpal tunnel and bleary eyes are enough to quantify the last two years.

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Congratulations! I just recently broke the 1,000 post milestone as well...I did it 2 days shy of a year though...geez, am I not getting out and going fishing enough?

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Cool Tom!

I like your post's and 1000 is a great mark to break.

See ya at 10,000.

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How the heck do you guys get so many posts??? grin.gif Maybe in 4 more years I'll make it. Congratulations.

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Yep, congrats and thanks for all of the info you have shared. I agree the site continues to get better with age! The bad part about it is you always want to spend your free time checking it when you aren't out pursuing the outdoors. I like to think it is a way to be outdoors while indoors.

Tunrevir~

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Or more accurately, a way to be "outdoors" when at work.

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Good job Tom and good posts. I hit mine in Jan this year.

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Yay!!!

1K Klub!

I've made it! LOL's

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