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  • anyone heard from Mick Walker??

    I know he was going in for some pretty serious surgery a while back, but if I remember right, we should have heard something by March...
    I hope everything is ok....

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  • #2
    If memory serves, he has posted since his surgery, but is very busy recuperating.



    • #3
      Hi Jim

      Mick's already back scrolling.
      Check out
      Jim in Mexico

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