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Postby davefrombc » Oct 08, 2012 7:20 pm

I hope everyone has had a great Thanksgiving weekend ; and is now sufficiently turkey stuffed.
I'd like to send a special wish for Marc's well being. I keep looking for a posting saying he's doing well recovering from whatever is ailing him .
Our summery dry weather has held for an exceptional weekend here. My neighbour cut the field today for hay crop #4; and we aren't forecast to have rain until Friday , so he should have lots of time to get it baled and in. WE need the rain, but I hope it knows when to quit when it does come .
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Re: Thanksgiving

Postby Ron Evers » Oct 08, 2012 8:34 pm

I think we would be thankful if Marc is OK.

The Granddoggers had turkey dinner too. Click to see better image.


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Re: Thanksgiving

Postby Marsher » Oct 09, 2012 8:57 am

Wow 4th cutting.... we barely got 2 off this year.... second one was less then half the normal # bales.... price of hay was tripled.
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Re: Thanksgiving

Postby bluewillow » Oct 09, 2012 1:26 pm

So wish we would here good news from Marc. No news is troubling.

Happy Thanksgiving to all! Quiet one here but pleasant.

Lovely pups Ron. Real beauties.
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Re: Thanksgiving

Postby Countryboy » Oct 09, 2012 5:54 pm

Yesterday I had my dog, Tonka, and my sister's two dogs. Now dogs alone would have been a happy Thanksgiving for me... but there was also my DD, two gkids, my sister, and two neices . . . and lots to eat! :)

A great holiday!! :mrgreen:
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