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April 30, 2007


Martin Langeland

From Right:

"Do I lead the consarned thing or follow?"
"With luck I judge the kick just right and keep the punt upright."
"Always lead, damn it"
"Would it make more sense to fire from ashore?"
"37 and a half pounds of lead to three pounds of duck."



"Maude shows the boys how to take care of that lake monster once and for all."

Bill West

"The Johnsons had a rather unique method of catching flying fish."

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