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16 minutes ago, Nancy Vermillion said:

Please.  Please. Please

       Where can I purchase a Gabby Wind Jigger???? Any info???? Desperate...

 

know prevalent  in Mich????

 

Nancy Welcome to the forum. Relax there is a few months before ice in the Denver area. Unless this is for a gift or something you have plenty of time to locate one on-Line.  Good Luck.

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