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TomWehler

Happy Birthday "NoFISH"

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Happy Birthday to my best bud an wife Bonnie "NoFish" Wehler

She is hitting the big 50 Wednesday at 2 Pm.

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Came down tonight to surprise her, buy her dinner, take a turn cutting the four acres of grass in the morning I don't do all summer as she insists I go be Musky Tom an have fun fishen.

She dose it all. Lucky, I sure know.

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Morning will find me hiding her gifts in odd places around the house for her arrival home at 5 PM.

Should be a fun day.

Back guiding on the lake 2 PM Thursday.

Doing my part to burn fish big time before that silly tourney.

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Happy Birth Bonnie Bean.

You da Best.

T.

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Hope you have a great Birthday Bonnie!! smile.gif

Cliff

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