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wstierney

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I first want to thank meister and bill landmark for their hospitality. stopped in last week to both their respective places and would recommend anyone heading up to do the same. These guys are 2 very genuine individuals with a lot of knowledge and i was happy to drop a few bucks at their places.

I'd like to post some pics of our trip but can't figure out how to do it. Any suggestions?

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wstierney,

It was a pleasure meeting you as well and we appreciate your reccommendations. It is always a pleasure to have great individuals such as yourself come up to visit the area. It makes our jobs very pleasureable when we meet great guys such as yourselves...That's why I love it at One Stop so much.

There are some instructions on posting pictures on the "photo sharing" forum give it a shot. Or feel free to send them to my email address. bluebill7788@hotmail.com and I will post them for ya!

Looking forward to seeing those pics!!!

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