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D.J.-EAST TEXAS    Posted 09-07-2002 at 12:10:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
well i'm home again,been to california from there to new jersey,then over to iowa and now down to south texas.a whole lotta things to read but the wife has kept me up on all i miss on here.leaving again tommorrow but will be home again friday for 4 days.haven't read everything yet but sure seems like dennis is still catching a lotta
well friends i'll check in later,gonna try and see if i can get about 5 or so acres cut before it gets dark.have a good day............d.j.

EIEIO    Posted 09-07-2002 at 13:24:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Welcome home. There is a reason, in fact a few reasons Dennis is catching heck - sherry, sassy, etc. Although Hogman had a broken heart because of Sassy. We think Scooterhead and ger might have run off with the two of em, aint seen hide nor hair from them in ages.

You have a great wife and enjoy her posts at least I have a few gals on my side.

Ron/PA    Posted 09-07-2002 at 13:14:19       [Reply]  [Send Email]
DJ, you just gotta get a local run, there is no way that you can catch enough he!! only being home 2 days!
I came off the road 14 years ago and have been running local ever since, and let me tell you if you try it, you will find out just how many things you really can do wrong(grin)
Just kidding, if you get up on I-80 Look for the
"Tulpehocken Spring Water" trucks, Deep blue Sterlings, between exit 224 in PA. and Long Island and everywhere in between.
Truck 18, "gravy" on the door.
Drive safe

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