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Old 04-05-2012, 09:51 AM   #11
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Thanks for the clarification on the second one

Here is a different angle on the first one.

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I was looking at these. These are your common types. Just hard to make out.
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I think it is a type of turbo...
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I think it is a type of turbo...
Maybe! I still am not sure. How are they doing?
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They are all doing fine... The guys we are not sure about burry them selves under the sand while the other guys hang around on the glass... All are doing great
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They are all doing fine... The guys we are not sure about burry them selves under the sand while the other guys hang around on the glass... All are doing great
Awesome!
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