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Unread 03-17-2019, 03:38 PM   #11
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I can no longer ignore the dog crap in the back yard. Three grocery bags and I’m not done yet.
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I can relate to this one, but I view it as a sign of my laziness more than Spring (since I can find this condition at any season...unfortunately).
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I can no longer ignore the dog crap in the back yard. Three grocery bags and Iím not done yet.

You've been shirking your dootie duties all winter





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Seventy degrees (70) waiting in line to get into the Baltimore show on Friday noon!
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Seventy degrees (70) waiting in line to get into the Baltimore show on Friday noon!
How was the show Kevin?
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Consensus of most of the vendors was that overall attendance was down this year, which is odd given the unusually temperate weather (much colder Sat. & Sun. but no rain, sleet or snow, which this show is notorious for in past years). I would say attendance was between 1/2 and 3/4 what it normally is in good-weather years.
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