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Got the Rob Dean box last night, and yeah, this thing is full.  :)

 

I've definitely found some treasures in here...  it'll go back out Wednesday or Thursday, depending on how long this group paint thing takes.

 

We'll see about pictures;  my camera doesn't always play nice with my computer...  :/

 

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23 hours ago, Smokestack said:

 

I'm between you and Hungerfan. I will try to get it out as fast as possible to you once I get it... or I could take all the good stuff and wait a very long time to get to you... ::o::poke:

 

I should have the box by tomorrow...BUT won't open it until I get this Box of Good Will for the Basing group finished  and repacked.  Don't want to get stuff mixed up or even send the wrong box off.

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I think heroic deeds were all conceiv’d in the open air, and all free poems also,

I think I could stop here myself and do miracles,

I think whatever I shall meet on the road I shall like, and whoever beholds me shall like me,

I think whoever I see must be happy.

 

Guindyloo's Box has arrived from MadJack.

 
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7 hours ago, kristof65 said:

could you aim those @Kangaroorex too? :lol:

When I jumped in on this, i was thinking "Who cares about pictures?"  Now that the box has passed me, I realize that pictures are what sustain you until the next round of BogW. 

pictures of what was removed from the box will be displayed when I return home.  I am 2000 miles away from the box.  even with a telephoto lens, it is hard to take pictures of the box

 

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34 minutes ago, Kangaroorex said:

pictures of what was removed from the box will be displayed when I return home.  I am 2000 miles away from the box.  even with a telephoto lens, it is hard to take pictures of the box

 

I know - you did say that earlier.  But at this point, i'm willing to see just how good your telephoto lens is :lol:.

 

I mostly commented because I can't believe how excited I am to see what others chose. 

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33 minutes ago, kristof65 said:

I know - you did say that earlier.  But at this point, i'm willing to see just how good your telephoto lens is :lol:.

 

I mostly commented because I can't believe how excited I am to see what others chose. 

Oddly, that's a fun part of these boxes. 

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23 hours ago, Chris Palmer said:

Same problem here but in reverse...the pcklnt box is suppose to arrive today, but with 6-12 inches of snow expected, I don’t see that happening... :unsure:

 

Path and driveway all shoveled, now the long wait for today’s delivery.

Nose pressed to the glass waiting...   ::P:

 

 

 

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