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Went fishing on Friday with neighbor Tim ("Anyone can catch a big fish."). No fish fry this weekend. Aunt Gladys, 95, passed away and services are Tuesday. Rode the bikes around yesterday, but the ride was shortened due to the chill. It was a good ride, nonetheless, and thanks to Tim, Ole, Rick, Diane and Rod for joining us.
Mark and Holly have been great and generous hosts but I will move my base of operations today to Pat's in Knoxville. Dead fish and house guests start to stink after 3 days. That is, if you are able to catch any.


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