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Old 12-09-2010, 11:55 AM
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Did I Miss Something, FFF 10 Years and Counting

Seems that sometime in the last year this place had its 10 year anniversary. Don't remember a mention so I'll mention it here. Met a lot of nice people and made some good friends here and had some fun. Thanks to Juro and everyone else.

Please, somebody tell me if this is redundant and that maybe I have an aging issue.
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:33 PM
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WOW you're right Fred!

Of all the things that this project has yielded, without question the most valuable has been friendship. Not just for me, but I have watched bonds form between people that will last a lifetime, and across the miles. That alone makes it all worthwhile, not to mention information, collaboration on trips, helping the kids each year, etc.

And it just keeps creating more friendships and memories as time goes on... priceless!
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Including one fine day with Fred and Todd their last Cape trip this year. Can anyone name the spot? Phil
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Name the Spot

Last attempt for a pic botched. Here it is. Phil
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Looks like someone who's lost cause the water is the other way
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Spot on Jon. And thanks for the intel for that day. Wind was howlin' 40 but we fished anyway.

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Wow the puddle was really full that day.
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You should have seen it a couple of days before.
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