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Old 04-03-2018, 09:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Many of you know that I have been/am going through a bit of a rough patch, personally. I am making a bit of a comeback and have started to turn again. If you remember me, I'm sorry for having been gone so long. If you don't know/remember me, you likely haven't missed much.

I apologize for all of the messages that have long been unanswered. Rather than try to answer messages that are years old, I am starting anew.

BTW, Edf4copies, you owe BillyBurt whatever the bet was.

I will try to be a decent member and will want to learn from all of you who have progressed so much in the penturning world while I was absent.

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Many of you know that I have been/am going through a bit of a rough patch, personally. I am making a bit of a comeback and have started to turn again. If you remember me, I'm sorry for having been gone so long. If you don't know/remember me, you likely haven't missed much.

I apologize for all of the messages that have long been unanswered. Rather than try to answer messages that are years old, I am starting anew.

BTW, Edf4copies, you owe BillyBurt whatever the bet was.

I will try to be a decent member and will want to learn from all of you who have progressed so much in the penturning world while I was absent.

Cav
A warm welcome back Cav! After reading many threads from long ago with your imprint, I suspect we can learn from your knowledge.
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