I haven't visited for a while, but I was so glad to see so many names! Glad to know all y'all are still kicking :)
Happy New Year!
Hi Cyn. Yeah, I stopped in when I saw old Bill's name pop up. In name only of course. No way I could do that FH character anymore. The DS seems like a long time ago.
Hope all is well for you. Didn't you run off to live on a boat?
Hey! Well, we are trying to run away on a boat but we keep getting dragged back to land. All our prized possessions are now aboard, and the work is finally done, so at least that.
Gosh, I would really like to talk to you about beer, sports and etc... Was my nephew working for Sierra Nevada in Chico last time we talked? Nice, eh?
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Regardless, make sure you check in next January :)
Boats? Did someone say boats? Haha, well nice to see all three of you. :)
Sheesh try again
Well I never said I was good with pics!
Bill, good to see you! Nice to know you havent changed :). See my message to Stan, let's figure a way to stay connected -
That's a beautiful boat!!!
Hahah I thought you'd be in the middle of the High seas right now...glad you safe and sound...
I thought I head another Kentuckian chattering so I moseyed over to check it out,and I'll be
I was right..
I'm alive and well in kentucky wintering in Kentucky, I spend a lot of my time in the Snowmass Wilderness Mtns out below'
Aspen,colo..near carbondale/redstone/ colo.....
you all take are
Hey Stan, good to see you!!!! I think we should all check in at least once a year, let everyone know we are still kicking!
Good Idea Cyn
Maybe by then, I'll have learned how not to double post, and How, to use the spell check... I do see some
familiar names on FB. I'm well but I've been fighting this nasty-flu/cold thing for the past 2 weeks.
When you do set sail,shoot us a message from some exotic port..
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