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So thankful

Post by SmokinGordon » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:45 pm

9,576 miles from May 11 to July 4 God was good to us. No illnesses, no car problems, lots of friends, too many different beds, fabulous meals, over priced tobacco in Canada, buffalo steaks, one meal of poutine just for Pepick. What more can I say than that I'm super glad to be home! :chili: :chili:
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Re: So thankful

Post by OldWorldSwine » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:50 pm

SmokinGordon wrote:9,576 miles from May 11 to July 4 God was good to us. No illnesses, no car problems, lots of friends, too many different beds, fabulous meals, over priced tobacco in Canada, buffalo steaks, one meal of poutine just for Pepick. What more can I say than that I'm super glad to be home! :chili: :chili:
After the poutine, you might want to call him Dis-Pepik.
"There's what's right and there's what's right and never the twain shall meet."

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Re: So thankful

Post by JimVH » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:55 pm

OldWorldSwine wrote:
SmokinGordon wrote:9,576 miles from May 11 to July 4 God was good to us. No illnesses, no car problems, lots of friends, too many different beds, fabulous meals, over priced tobacco in Canada, buffalo steaks, one meal of poutine just for Pepick. What more can I say than that I'm super glad to be home! :chili: :chili:
After the poutine, you might want to call him Dis-Pepik.
The poutine routine.

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Re: So thankful

Post by Pepik » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:57 pm

JimVH wrote:
OldWorldSwine wrote:
SmokinGordon wrote:9,576 miles from May 11 to July 4 God was good to us. No illnesses, no car problems, lots of friends, too many different beds, fabulous meals, over priced tobacco in Canada, buffalo steaks, one meal of poutine just for Pepick. What more can I say than that I'm super glad to be home! :chili: :chili:
After the poutine, you might want to call him Dis-Pepik.
The poutine routine.
Working as intended. Congrats on a successful trip and safe return!
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Joe


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