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March 14, 2011


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Yes, thanks Bill (John too!)

Hey Bill, here is a link to Catapulting Aaron's blog post that includes mention and photo of you.

Thanks again!

love that water color this time of the year

Michael, I'm always glad to help fellow chimps and puffins, even if it means missing a sesh(helping my fellow man sort of thing...) I'll send you more pics from PR, for a some torture and reasoning for my departure rolled into one. JH

you are all very welcome my wind snobbery will soon dissapate but those numbers....20-30....6-8ft....82 degree keep resonating in my brain day after day can make you quite jaded....can u say bottom turn? bb

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    "It's good to have a shredmobile" my friend Caldwell said, so I made one. It's a Ford E150 cargo van done up with lumber and k-mart plastic boxes.