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Wishing you all a safe and happy Labor Day. Hope you all catch your limits.

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Phyl

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Thank You Phyl & Del, A Very Happy Labor Day to you also and everyone else. We are going up to the Lake of course. It sounds like weather wise its going to be a perfect weekend. Gas price wise its going to be bad.
Drive Safe Mary

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Was on call this holiday weekend. Saw lots of traffic throughout the lakes areas.
Did get in a wee bit of shore fishing. Nice sunnies & a few bass.
The motor is supposed to be resurrected in a couple of days. Keep your fingers crossed.
If anyone got to D.L & saw the "How to talk Minnesotan" play congratulate yourself. What a hoot. Youbetcha we do talk like that.This was the cast that came up from the Plymouth playhouse.
Lots of gd. local talant out there too. The woodtick theatre in Ackley is great. We plan to go to the skyview theatre in Frazee for the musical Branson type show. We're doing all of it now, because we love fall fishing.
Hope everyone had a good weekend.
Gal power, Char

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We didn't even hit the water last weekend - can you believe that? Went to a horse sale on Saturday (yes, we bought another one) then on Sunday we visited the new Horse Park in Fargo. You all need to check this out if you are in the area. They did a great job on this and a lot of volunteers hours went into it. We really enjoyed it and met a lot of horse friends we have not seen in a long time. We were headed to the lake on Monday, but got company and that was the end of that. Maybe next weekend.

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