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    I just want to wish a safe and happy 4th of July holiday to everyone. We will be celebrating with a BBQ at our daughter's house with 30 or so of her friends and neighbors. Saturday, we will have our annual BBQ gathering here at our house for 30 or so of our family and friends because most of them could not make it here today. Oh well, such are the trial and tribulations of two parties in one week. In both cases, we leave the fireworks to the professionals.

    A day without sawdust is a day without sunshine.

    delta 650, hawk G426

  • #2
    Happy and Safe 4th of July to all.

    Let us not forget the cost of freedom and the price that some paid.


    • #3
      happy 4th of july too all my usa friends
      not doing much
      and busy doing it

      having fun making sawdust.


      • #4
        Have a great day all of you on the other side of the pond.
        I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught. Winston Churchill


        • #5
          Thank you for the nice wishes. I would like to say, i hope everyone celebrating our 4th of july, enjoyed it very much. We had lunch at the "big q" casino here & gave up some of our valuble green while we were there. We enjoyed it very much, but, don't spend much time in the casino's. Take care everyone & bless all who serve our country.


          • #6
            I hope that everyone in the US had a wonderful and safe 4th of July. We can watch the fireworks from our front yard. At 9:30 pm we ventured out into the heat wave to watch the show, which did not last very long. The heat wave has dried out all of our lawns and the fireworks caused a grass fire. The fire department was on stand-by & the fire was quickly put out, but the show was canceled.


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