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    10 Nov 2015 07:26 - 10 Nov 2015 07:27#1 by MXRider
    MXRider created the topic: Great Way to start the Day!

    Woke up to this present from my daughter leaning against the coffee pot with a "Love You Dad" note. Great way to start the day!

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    10 Nov 2015 09:49 - 10 Nov 2015 09:51#2 by rambling-one
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    Way to go!
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    10 Nov 2015 11:21#3 by balext
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    NIce.

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    11 Nov 2015 11:14#4 by 6Pack
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    :thumbsup:

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