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Eric Wettschreck

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CC, local rumor has it that you have a race comming up this weekend.

Bring home the chrome, dude!!!! I'll bring the deep fryer for Ruby.

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Yes sir, Turkey racing at it's finest!!!! Go Paycheck Go!!!

Come watch the fun. Meet Babe Winkelman free hunting and fishing tips Saturday from 11am to noon and then he is the featured speaker.... just before I and the rest of my team race Paycheck against Ruby Begonia. Come have some fun and join in the frolic!!!!!!

CC

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Nice job fellas. That's one heck of a time slot that Ruby has to make up.

The Mrs and I were standing pretty much at the finish line. She had to cover Babe's speech for the newspaper so we had a good view. When it was all over with I was going to grab ya and introduce meself, but you were pretty busy. Some other time.

Congtrats to Paycheck and go get em in Texas!!!!

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Nothing like heading to Texas with a big lead!!!! We found a couple young jakes this year and it seems to have paid off! For some reason thier smack talk really got quiet after Saturday.

On a side note, I had never met Babe Winkelman before, and have heard stories from every side of the table.... Let me just say that I spent 2 1/2 days in very remote and public places with him and his wife and daughter. He was more generous and real than any other guy on the street. Honest, willing to teach, willing to listen and truly a great guy, heck he shot pool with a couple guys he met Friday night till 1am at the Tap.

He came out to our clubhouse Sunday with my hunting and fishing crew, about 6 of us, and took pictures, talked hunting and fishing and had just a great time. So let me tell some who may have heard different, that I got to spend numerous hours with a great guy!!!

Go Paycheck!!!! 18 time (soon to be 19 time)World Champion Racing Turkey

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Eric Wettschreck

Clubhouse??? Would that be the WGTN gun club???

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No, the group of guys I hunt and fish with, we retro fitted a barn with... Well lets just say it is man's paradise! We had a brunch out there for Turkey Day and invited babe out.

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Ah, the man cave.

I have one too, it's called the garage. Mrs. Boilerguy is allowed to be there only if she agrees to the no nagging rule, and she brings beverages. grin.gif

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