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catman71

10 years ago a couple guys helped me out....

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with a nasty snowy tire change on my trailer on my way to deer camp. I have not forgotten and look for ways to help other hunters.

I was 20 miles south of Bemidji, if you are here, thanks!

for everyone else, let's look out for each other this weekend!

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It feels good to help out someone in need. Sometimes even the little things mean a lot.

Everyone have a safe fun season.

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I remember a few years ago changing a tire in the pouring rain on Fishing opener. After finishing we didn't get more than a mile down the road and an elderly gentleman had a flat. My buddy and I were soaked already so we figured we would help him out. He sent us a xmas card for a few years with some fishing tackle. I always stop to help because you never know when you will need help in return!! Good luck this weekend and be safe!

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    • BrianF
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