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Happy Birthday finnbay!

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Have a good birthday, Ken. I hope it's one of your best.

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Happy B-Day Ken! Hope you have an enjoyable day.

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Ken, hope the little blighters are giving you an easy time at school today. Happy birthday, buddy!

Wanna drive around and shoot again over your break? smilesmile

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Ah shucks, thanks all!

Steve,

Woo-hoo! Sounds like a plan to me! My turn to drive. 11:30?

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Happy Birthday Ken! smile Looks like today's weather is perfect for day to take the day off from work and go out shooting? grin

Have a good one!

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I'll be at the teacher's lot with bells on at 11:30! Beautiful, sunny day for the birthday boy! gringrin

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Happy birthday Ken and hope that this day is one of the best ever.

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I'll be at the teacher's lot with bells on at 11:30! Beautiful, sunny day for the birthday boy! gringrin

Happy birthday from me also Finn, I hope you are not going to try to get any wildlife shots with Steve running around with you wearing bells!!

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If I was running around Ken wearing bells, I think Ken would be turning his camera on me, and we don't want that. gringrin

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If I was running around Ken wearing bells, I think Ken would be turning his camera on me, and we don't want that. gringrin

Couldn't resist Steve.

Dan

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Thanks again, all! I did have a good day (except for having to get back to work after about an hour and a half hiatus)including being entertained by stfcatfish for awhile. Mrs. Finnbay had my favorite supper ready when I got home from an afternoon and early evening ride down the Tomahawk and shoot. Will see what develops as the evening wears on! grin

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Will see what develops as the evening wears on! grin

Tearin' it up at Tanks or the Hide-a-way? grinlaugh

Happy Birthday!

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Tearin' it up at Tanks or the Hide-a-way?

'Fraid my "tearin' up days" recently involve havin' a beer on the couch and goin' to bed by nine! grin

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