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To the person that called me last night

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and left a message. I was in a dead spot, so I didn't get a missed call or caller ID. I had a hard time hearing the msg and had to replay it...hit the wrong button and deleted the msg. I know it was important because I was able to make out the words "beer" and "fishing".

If I was supposed to return the call, you now know why i didn't.

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nice...hate it when that happens...I had one of those the other day as well and still dont know who it was. all I made out was "heading to landing if interested".

Good stuff...hope you find your guy.

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Not me...

Wish I was calling you about beer and fishing but not this week. frown

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Maybe a new phone might help.

Actually it's brand spankin new phone Tom. Most of the city of Carver is a dead zone especially up against a huge cement pillar whistle. Sometimes having no signal is good thing out on the river.

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Wasn't me either. But beer...fishing....next ...week...maybe.....Apple....pie....definitely.... laugh

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I have had Borch's Apple Pie grin

Someone had a jug in MI that we sipped off of when ever we got a perch. Well a couple sips maybe grin

Good stuff!

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Someone had a jug in MI that we sipped off of when ever we got a perch. Well a couple sips maybe grin

Too bad we didn't catch more Perch. frown

Jug is sitting in a kitchen cabinet.

How much you know about boat motor repair/diagnosis Shack?

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I know enough to get me into trouble grin

What year, model and make is it again?

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Too bad we didn't catch more Perch.

We caught perch. I ment a couple sips per perch caught, not just one! wink

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I know enough to get me into trouble grin

What year, model and make is it again?

I know enough to get me into trouble too and thats about it. grin

Its early 80s (I think '82) Johnson 60hp. Its a 2 cylinder.

You can shoot me an e-mail if you wanna learn more.

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What did you get Dtro a Storm?

And you can get your erased messages if its ever anything important, not that Beer and Fishing aren't important!

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I got a Curve Pier, I prefer an actual keyboard.

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Darren,

Did you get out last night??

I stayed in and went to bed at 8 o'clock........and slept until 7 this morning.

That felt good.......

Steering cable may need pulled again at some point soon. Could use some help.

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