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Thank Dave for his personal testimony...(grin)....
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Yeh, thanks dave and eryka. I haven't had much free time to participate in the political debate this year, but i have lots of friends that will be happy to know that they can still anchor in back creek when they pass through on their way north and south.
Oh dave, have you noticed someone did anchor in the creek at the mouth... just before the #7 marker... I'm shocked that they haven't drifted up on the 2' sand bar that runs between the markers. The are also loaded with tomato plants
Thanks again for taking up the cause!
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