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Old June 6th, 2006, 1:03 PM   #1
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Join Date: August 30th, 2004
Location: Moved down to Wash DC in summer 2004 from Boston; MA, CT, UT and CA rider
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Default She's all back together!

Hey guys,

Don't have too much time today but wanted to let you know she's all back in one piece. I still have some work to do but hell it feels good getting her back together. I had a lot of fun pulling all the parts together over the past few years and I still have a lot of fun left to go!

See the pics below. I will post the deets on the rest of the plans shortly as I am heading to Vegas for a conference next week and short on time.

Thanks for all your ideas and support getting her back together!

More soon!!


PS_ I included one beautiful shot of the Yo that inspired me to get my ass in gear and finallly build her up this year. It's in Germany from what i could tell and it's beautiful. Please let me know if any of you know who this Yo is owned by as I would enjoy chatting with him at some point...
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