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  • Magpie
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    Duh, I didn't notice the date! Wonder why it came up top for me?

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  • Jediscroller
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    Folks,
    This message was posted over a year ago, not likely that the file is still there.

    Kevin

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  • Marsha
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    It tells me file not found also.
    Any other way to see the pic.
    Marsha

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  • Magpie
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    Arg, tells me file not found.

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    Originally posted by Mick Walker
    Grizz, play golf. What else is there? Mick
    Your a good man with a good choice for summer activities! I've yet to play this year. Normally I've played at least 10 times by now. Life got real busy in 2005. I'm hoping to play this coming week with the weather is good!

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  • Mick Walker
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    Grizz, play golf. What else is there? Mick

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    So, now what you going to do now that it is summer?

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  • BobD
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    Mick,

    WOW--that's great...I don't dare show my wife, though...she'll add that to my honey do list as well!

    Bob

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  • Mick Walker
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    What I do on long winter days.

    http://allservico.com/gallery/data/m...9/DSCN0827.JPG
    Just wanted to show what I do on long winter days. Made with birch and walnut, I installed a six melody chime movement. Finish is five coats of Formby's tung oil. Mick.

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