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Offline David-L

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Re: Boots
« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2014, 05:47:40 AM »
 The girls complain theres no room for movement in the kitchen due to the boot collection. Nokia duck boot, Jonsered and Nokia high rubber winter boot, Redwing loggers made in USA. A boot for every application. I keep them warm while not in use and they treat me well in the bush. I love boots.

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Re: Boots
« Reply #21 on: March 14, 2014, 07:39:15 AM »
   Right you are SD, after listening to your premier talk about "putting boots back on the ground in NB forests" you should invest in some hipwaders.   :-X    You should have a nice view of the Isand in a couple of years.   :D
   Beautiful early morning here clear and cold. Love that predawn blue light. Anyway thought I saw the international space station go overhead just before 7am. Really cool moving west to east, that or those "Merloties"  are back.   ::)
   David l Thanks for posting all the great pics. Your mechanic looks like a bit of a  "cowboy".  The right size for working on a Jack however.  My coworker Mel is a great listener, but really hates to stop for lunch.   :D


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