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SMEDS....ARE YOU GETTING PUMPED UP???

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i would imagine the heart rate is starting to pick up a beat or two 'eh? Talked to Dave last week and he's ready to go. Hopefully they are on next week, I'll let you know. Bill

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LOL ... always fired up for a LOW trip Bill! Looking forwards to your report! grin.gif

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I'll let you know for sure. Bill

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Taking the wife to visit her sister in Phoenix Friday for 5 days. I'll be the only one in shorts and a t-shirt if the weather is 60 degrees. Quick warm-up, then back on the ice!

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I just checked the forecast here for the next 7 days and you might be able to get by with the shorts here as well next week.

I'm headed for our cabin this Friday for a couple of days of chasing the crappies, then change gear and attitude for the trip north. Have a good time in the sun. Bill

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