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Old 01-25-2012, 10:37 PM   #1
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Met Seann45 today

Today Seann was in the area and stopped by for a visit. I enjoyed our short visit and look forward to another if we happen to be in the same neighborhood.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:12 AM   #2
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I too enjoyed the visit Mike..... Hopefully we can do it again when I have more time...
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:14 PM   #3
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Hey, what about me?!?! I'm also down in Yuma.
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Albertaguy, the next time we make a drug run into Algadones I will let you know. Perhaps we could do lunch in Yuma?
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Albertaguy, the next time we make a drug run into Algadones I will let you know. Perhaps we could do lunch in Yuma?
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Old 01-27-2012, 10:33 AM   #6
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Let me know too... **** us old foggies do a lot of drug runs.....
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[QUOTE=Seann45;54196]Let me know too... **** us old foggies do a lot of drug runs.....[/QUOTE

Was that you I saw on the I-8 surrounded with Border Patrol vehicles the other day? I came back later to see one Border vehicle and the alleged offending vehicle (I think was a GM), waiting for the tow truck.
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Let me know too... **** us old foggies do a lot of drug runs.....[/QUOTE

Was that you I saw on the I-8 surrounded with Border Patrol vehicles the other day? I came back later to see one Border vehicle and the alleged offending vehicle (I think was a GM), waiting for the tow truck.
Yeah 20 gallons of diesel in jerry cans in the back with 5 bags of fertilizer get em real excited.....but the good news is I no longer have to go in see the doc for the colonoscopy.
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Wink

I am interested in how your next trip goes, perhaps some pix would be nice.:hihi:
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Clutch you are a popular man. Wife and I should have taken a vacation this past week and showed up there. Ernie
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