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A good time was indeed had by all! I throughly enjoyed fishing for the first time in 15 or so years even though I caught exactly nothing. I was amazed at how well all the children behaved and got along together, we didn't have one problem all weekend. Chip's girls were great with Mia. "Can I change her diaper?", "You certainly can my dear...ANYTIME you like!"... This was a much needed break for all of us and we enjoyed every minute. Thanks again Chip and Nick!

- Martin


It sounds like you all had a totally stellar time.


Well, here it is the monday after the weekend after and the doggie flashlight is still a running laugh with me an my kids. all I have to say is "grrrrrrrrrrr, woof woof" and all 3 of them and myself start to laugh and Ann just rolls her eyes and shakes her head and calls me her favorite pet name, "your such an idiot". and we all giggle some more. Martin, whenever you ready lets go back, the weekends at da property is the only time I fish anymore. by da way Lisa, next time you an Ann get to cook a meal instead of da men cooking all weekend. By da way to all of Lisa's readers....FOR SOMEONE WHO NIBBLES AND EATS AND SNACKS ALL DAY LONG AT WORK SURE DOESNT EAT MUCH WHEN A HEARTY BREAKFAST IS MADE AND SERVED FOR HER! LOL and a big MUUHWAAAAA to Mia, Laters all, chipster

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