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Happy New Years! This has been a Wonderful Year, because of the T4 we have made alot of new friends and I just wanted all of you to know how much we value you and your friendship.

I'm looking forward to 2009 and just maybe I'll get to drive the T4 (LOL)! We're off to the Logandale Trail System for New Years and to celebrate George's Birthday but we'll be leaving the T4 home this time. I was given the all clear to start riding my quad again by my doctor so we're off for some fun. We're also going to be trying out the SPOT to see how it works.

Cinda

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