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Wish I was George I'd hook up with you if possible. But just not practical I am afraid with my schedule. But maybe next time? I'd make the trip to Tennessee just to hang with you a while.

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That would be outstanding Steve, like your forum, it's well mannered.  Lol

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Well let me know your travel plans next year George and maybe we can hook up a bit either in Alaska or Tennessee.

Anybody in the Bristol area should leap at a chance to hunt with George.

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I have a nice spare bedroom Steve at my Tn place, if you can come sometime let me know it's a gated community I'll give you the code for the gate...

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Now I wish I had known you were in Tenn. George, I went through last November on an extended road trip. It's been way too long since we visited, last time was when you were still in Copper Center.

For some reason I thought you had moved over seas permanently, must be thinking of someone else.

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Lol Hi Jim, i still have my home in Ak will be there on the 30th, when i get my business done will be going to Tn.. Just havent spent much time at either place the last few years, would be good to see you again...Coffee right now, halfway around the world

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