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JohnMickish

Must have items that make life easier.

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Ok, we have a week to kill so I thought I'd start a thread about some of the best products we own. I'll start with my favorite two.

Peet boot drier. I purchased this for my winter boots but started using it every day for my work boots. Man do I love this thing. The work boots last much longer.

Silk long johns. These work great to keep the moisture away from the skin and feel so good it should be illegal wink.gif.

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A wife that lets me go fishing any time I want. smile.gif

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BEER and the FRIDGE that keeps it COLD!!!!!!

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Minn Kota Maxxum Pro w/ universal sonar grin.gif

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Time of from work.

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Arranging your class schedule so you don't have class two days a week!!!! cool.gif

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Toilet paper!! grin.gif

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A wife that lets me go fishing any time I want.
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Ditto cool.gif

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Hot coffee and a good Thermos.

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Pills to control Irritable Bowel Syndrom

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Time off for fishing!!

Nexium.

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