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Merry Christmas to All....

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Kent
I'd like to take a moment to wish a Merry Christmas to all my new-found friends and fellow club members. It's been a very rewarding and fulfilling year for me, as the club and this website have grown far beyond my wildest expectations. Most surprising and rewarding to me has been the number of friendships that have grown out of the experience... Thank your for your interest, your loyalty and support. And a special thanks to the "pioneering advertisers" who've done so much to make it possible. Rather than "spam" you all with "bulk mail," here's an electronic greeting for all of you....[A href='http://www2.bluemountain.com/cards/box7376h/esk4duishhxcvu.htm']http://www2.bluemountain.com/cards/box7376h/esk4duishhxcvu.htm[/a]

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As usual, Kent says it very well. My internet access is at work, so I'll have some withdrawal problems, not being able to "communicate" with you all through the club for a few days. Enjoy your Christmas and your Simple TrACtors! Peter.

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I wish everyone here the Merriest of Christmas and the Happiest of New Years! I think at last count I've met 4 or so of you fine folks in person which was truly an added bonus for me!I hope in the coming year to meet as many if not more of you WONDERFUL people! Thanks,BTW how'd you get Fred to pose for the Card!?:) dlc

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