Mystery Photo for 01/31/2013 - #1
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Thanks. Your hint sent me in the right direction. See you made #4. I usually have a hard time getting these this fast. Not working today so I could hunt.
Glad I could help! And it's the same here, I NEVER get in this early, but I work at a high school and they had to close it today because of no power (we had high winds all night and early this morning and it knocked the power out there), so I'm home and got to hunt.
Diana in CT
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