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MuskyBug85

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i would like to thank all of you guys for making this the most vistited outdoors forum on the web. last week we reached the 27,000 members mark, truely amazing. thanks guys for making this such a great source of info and discussion. Jonah

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I'm only sorry that it took me so long to find it/you guys!!

But before 2006, it had been 5-6 years since our last "any-where" vacation... and the Internet has changed a lot in the last 5-6 years. Heck, I even remember the days BEFORE the Internet... and you actually had to CALL or SEND LETTERS for information!! shocked.gif

Happy Holidays!

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i got your card when i was last home, good to hear from you again. i also really appreciated the email you sent about the father/son story truely touching. jonah

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did you see the deer pic Johna

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yeah that thing was a dandy, did you end up shooting it? if not i hope you hose him during the black powder hunt. hope to see more pict from ya now that you know how to do it. Jonah

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