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Old 08-12-2004, 11:53 PM   #111
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i'm soo jealous!! i wish i was up north with all "you's guys". Have a blast and fill the rest of us in on how things went! take lotsa pics and post them!!

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Please take photos of the 1st annual AA Metting and post them in a gallery all their own, fishfreek and reefrunner69! I am so disappointed that I can't go. Seeing pictures would help those of us who can't be there kind of have a part in knowing what went on.

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Im looking at the weather right now. SO far most of the rain has been diverted around us. Sometimes living in a valley is good.

Looking at the radar honestly it looks like the rain will continue to stay to the east of us. We of course have a contengency plan to be inside. But would much prefer to be outside. If the weather holds off it will be a cool day in the 60's with some light to med wind.
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Sounds good to me - looking forward to an afternoon talkin' fish! Cake's cooling on the rack as we speak.
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How did it go? Did the weather hold out for you?
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Well, how did it go?
Did ya'll have fun?

Sure wish I could have been there.
I really think I should get more then one vacation a year...
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I would like to thank fishfreek and his wife for hosting the gathering and inviting us into their home. I had a great time! It was a pleasure to meet Tank Girl and her family. Really nice people! Tank Girl, I'm sorry, but I think that I horked your supply of Fresca. I found it in the tub of ice after I got home. I must admit it does have "A Refreshingly Crisp Citrus Taste" I would also like to thank fishfreek for the Xenia frags. I hope everyone made it home safely! And thanks again!
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Old 08-15-2004, 03:11 PM   #118
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It sounds like everyone had a good time!

We're (im)patiently waiting for some pics!

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It sounds like everyone had a good time!

We're (im)patiently waiting for some pics!
yeah, what he said!
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yeah what they said :P

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