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Brian Jones

Headed to Chi Town

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Going to be making a trip to Stony Point Bar & Grill. Will be there on Sept. 2nd with my 7 year old if anyone wants to join us. Windy, maybe you can bring your grand-daughters!

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Sorry, Brian, you are WAY lost-- Stony Point is by Cass Lake on highway #2, not way down in enemy territory. Ha

At least when I've been down that way , it helps me appreciate God's country up here more when I get back.

Enjoy your trip!! frown.gif

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Bri, if I'm not off to the pannie lakes that weekend, I'll definitely try to meet up with you and Jim and the guys. Let me work on my schedule. We'll be in touch.

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No no no no.........it's spelled Ston"E"y.....with an E.

Stoney Point is in Chi town. Mokena, actually.

Looking forward to it. Is Brian going to be doing a seminar? What will it be about?

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