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    Now that's funny! I remember the first few times I started fishing with a friend not mentioning any names (Hollywood) he would say are we going to catch or have a picnic! Now when I go with him pretty early in he will ask "what did you bring US to eat! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by raywright22 View Post
    Now that's funny! I remember the first few times I started fishing with a friend not mentioning any names (Hollywood) he would say are we going to catch or have a picnic! Now when I go with him pretty early in he will ask "what did you bring US to eat! lol
    Thanks for that info, Ray Ray .... now I'll know to bring plenty of groceries whenever I go fish with our buddy, Hollywood.

    And you know, thinking back on when I was a kid & going fishing with my Grandparents down to Herrington Lake ... I seriously don't remember having any snacks/drinks or a sack full of groceries along.
    I'm sure if there were any, I'd have scarfed them up in the first few hours of the day, anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    Thanks for that info, Ray Ray .... now I'll know to bring plenty of groceries whenever I go fish with our buddy, Hollywood.

    And you know, thinking back on when I was a kid & going fishing with my Grandparents down to Herrington Lake ... I seriously don't remember having any snacks/drinks or a sack full of groceries along.
    I'm sure if there were any, I'd have scarfed them up in the first few hours of the day, anyway.
    and you probably didn't carry a gallon of water so you could stay hydrated either. Now days you hardly see anyone without one.
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    Good looking crew you have there Chaunc. Bet they can put some groceries away!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    Good looking crew you have there Chaunc. Bet they can put some groceries away!


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    These guys are my grandsons. The two smaller guys are my deceased daughters boys and the older oneís mom, my older daughter adopted them to raise. She is doing a fine job doing so too. I fill in the gap for everything she needs help with, which isnít too much as sheís a hard working woman. So proud of her I canít say enough good things about her.
    And as for the remark about being able to afford my boat. Iím retired after thirty seven years in the pipe mill. The boats been paid for since 2008.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    These guys are my grandsons. The two smaller guys are my deceased daughters boys and the older one’s mom, my older daughter adopted them to raise. She is doing a fine job doing so too. I fill in the gap for everything she needs help with, which isn’t too much as she’s a hard working woman. So proud of her I can’t say enough good things about her.
    And as for the remark about being able to afford my boat. I’m retired after thirty seven years in the pipe mill. The boats been paid for since 2008.
    this reply is a testament of the goodness that runs deep in your family. thanks for sharing your blessings with us. pass on to her my well wishes, my respect, and prayers for her to have continual strength and wisdom in the loving choice she made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    These guys are my grandsons. The two smaller guys are my deceased daughters boys and the older oneís mom, my older daughter adopted them to raise. She is doing a fine job doing so too. I fill in the gap for everything she needs help with, which isnít too much as sheís a hard working woman. So proud of her I canít say enough good things about her.
    And as for the remark about being able to afford my boat. Iím retired after thirty seven years in the pipe mill. The boats been paid for since 2008.
    Truly a blessing thank god they had one to step in and take care of these young men.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crp4570 View Post
    this reply is a testament of the goodness that runs deep in your family. thanks for sharing your blessings with us. pass on to her my well wishes, my respect, and prayers for her to have continual strength and wisdom in the loving choice she made.
    I agree 100%, I couldnít have said it that well if I had a week!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    These guys are my grandsons. The two smaller guys are my deceased daughters boys and the older oneís mom, my older daughter adopted them to raise. She is doing a fine job doing so too. I fill in the gap for everything she needs help with, which isnít too much as sheís a hard working woman. So proud of her I canít say enough good things about her.
    And as for the remark about being able to afford my boat. Iím retired after thirty seven years in the pipe mill. The boats been paid for since 2008.
    Chaunc, you are an example of what men should be! Thank you. And good looking family you have there!


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    Amen

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