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    Talk about conservation

    Today Jarred and I spoke to a Antique Club at a retirement community. We had about 40 of its members in attendance. The three hour talk followed by a lot of questions. All in all it went very well. I learned something today, Jarred knows a lot more then I have given him credit for. I really proud of him. Many of the members came up to me and said how much they appreciated our talk and how proud I must be of my son. It was the 1at time I have ever spoke to any group and having Jarred with me made it easy because I was very nurvice. I have a Great side kick !
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    Cool.

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    Good for you, Dave.
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    Thats must be a great feeling. Congrats!

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    Very cool move Dave do more.
    cheers

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    Ah, a proud Dad

    Really cool Dave
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    well done dave and jarrod for taking time to bring the elders up to speed on how there memoires can be preserved for there heirs..and the talking was good for both of you dave,,, congrats
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    Larry I learned a lot about my son yesterday. He really has been paying attention to what I have been teaching him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    Larry I learned a lot about my son yesterday. He really has been paying attention to what I have been teaching him.
    That made it more than worthwhile.

    Three hours? My voice would give out after one hour.
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