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    Happy New Year! May this be the best one yet!!

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    Hi Ho Silver

    Happy New Year, I see that you are in Az, I'm in NV, just above Hoover Dam. May the year be a healthy, prosperous, and a little cooler this summer.

    Happy New Year to everyone


    • #3

      Not too far from you Kingman...about 90 miles south of Hoover Dam..


      • #4
        Why are you two sitting in front of the screen when you could be SAWING ???


        • #5

          Going to be sawing here pretty quick.....sawing logs! zzzzzzzzzzzzzLOL


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