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Congrats on being promoted to one of the moderators on the Minnesota river forum. You are a great asset.

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Here, here. Congrats DTRO!

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Congrats dtro!

You're a real asset!

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Hey Mate,

This should be interesting. LOL

Time for a MN river merger, (You know what I mean from one mod to another.) cool.gif

A tip of the hat, very much deserved and long overdue.

Larry

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Congrats, Dtro!

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Good job DTRO! Must have been those bullies I got you grin.gif

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Some of you have to meet Darren in person...good guy!

Congrats, Dtro!

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grin.gif Great job on the new position. Can't wait to get out with you again after I get back from Canada. laugh.gif

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Shamu

Welcome to FM and glad to have you here with us. smile.gif

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Hey Shamu, welcome!

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Welcome! Welcome!

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Geez Shamu,

It's bout time.... Was ready to send you a map and instuctions on this place.

Welcome Mate,

Have a great trip to Canada, tell the ones who care I said Hey,

Couple more years and Rory will be set to go up there, by then I might be missing it. I'm very happy to keep catting for now.

thanks

LFC

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