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Author Topic: At it again, when will I learn.  (Read 15591 times)

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Re: At it again, when will I learn.
« Reply #120 on: May 30, 2004, 05:58:08 PM »
Yup the SwampDonkey's gonna be workin in showery weather all week. uggg!.  ::) 'Least I'm gonna be workin from home base for next 2 weeks instead of beddin down in the camp'n gear. I don't mind the camp'n, but its lots nicer bath'n from the home shower instead of the dish pan. Sorry for the dreadful thought there, but that's life in da bush.  ;)

Boss:
I'm sure by Friday this week you'll have most your project behind ya for the next 30 years, hopefully. Nice,dry and comfy and the full satisfaction of a job well done. :)

cheers
Move'n on.


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