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  1. #11
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    Welcome Aboard Austa!
    Dan & Denise, Preston CT

    2009 22 1/2' Hand-Crafted Tri-Hull Wooden Pontoon
    "All Spruced Up"

    1985 90 HP Evinrude 2-Stroke
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    Hey thanks! :o)

    Haha oh man, we don't need any more ice up here--you can have it all!

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    Hey Austa. Do you think you should have posted about the veterans issue before you did the stories? I would think you would've included someone from the forums in the article. I didn't know anyone in the second article. Just sayin.
    Carl & Suzi
    Denver,NC
    2007 Bennington 2275rl tri-toon
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwag911 View Post
    Hey Austa. Do you think you should have posted about the veterans issue before you did the stories? I would think you would've included someone from the forums in the article. I didn't know anyone in the second article. Just sayin.
    Yep, would have been a good to have some locals. Austa, you should drop by more often, come and talk to us.
    2012 Excursion X23C
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    Good point on us not including veterans from our forum. This was our first attempt at a "Salute The Troops" edition and we're still figuring things out. It wasn't our intent to overlook our forum veterans but rather just find a way to say thanks to all our veterans. We'll do better next year, that's a promise. But please don't be too hard on us. We're extremely proud of our July issue and I don't want to take away from those we did recognize. This issue is for all our service men and women who represent this great country of ours! Go USA!

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    It's ok Brady and they ARE great articles. And, most people and stories in the magazine are not of forum members. Just sayin'. When I read the magazine, I know you, I've met you but that's it, I don't know the other faces.
    Carl & Suzi
    Denver,NC
    2007 Bennington 2275rl tri-toon
    150 Honda 15x15p Enertia
    Power assisted steering
    Beautiful Lake Norman
    Pleiku Vietnam 1971
    Agent Orange

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    Again, no disrespect to you or any of our other veterans who support our forum. Thank you for your service to our country. As a country we can never say thanks enough and that's what inspired us to want to put our July issue together.

    I hope to make it to Lake Norman again soon, it's been too long since I've seen you guys.

    Thanks again,

    Brady

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