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Old 02-05-2008, 21:24   #31
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Steve, Appreciate that if you could send the numbers. Either PM me or post them here.
getting through the bridges in N.O. are difficult enough at times under normal conditions.
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Old 02-05-2008, 22:12   #32
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Weather finally cooperating, to do list down to need to do not have to do so tomorrow morning around 9AM we should be off the dock. we will see ya when we can
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Weather finally cooperating, to do list down to need to do not have to do so tomorrow morning around 9AM we should be off the dock. we will see ya when we can
Smooth sailing. Remember, good stories -- even if you have to heavily embellish (or totally fabricate) them.
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