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Please welcome gbarmy he has just become a forum maintainer


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Welcome GB glad to have you on board with us, if you need anything just ask me or broncovet  and Ms T

Again glad to have you on Board with us.

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Thanks, Buck. I appreciate it. I'm not shy about asking for advise. Good people to learn from.

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Welcome, GB Army.  We needed help.  Im not always around and neither is Buck.  

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Thanks Bronc. Much appreciated.

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Thank you GBArmy, and thank you to all the others that put up with me,

I couldn't do the VA comp without you Veterans,

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Congrats GBArmy!

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Yippee! GBarmy does a great job here and is now a forum "maintainer,"which I am glad Tbird explained as I never heard that phrase before....I am always learning something new.

I tried to get a status from USPS on something I ordered- expecting a USPS "tracking status".

I got a "Parcel Monitor" status from Yun Express. They said the "parcel "left China and is in the USA.

It was the best web cam I could get-highly rated at amazon,  and might be here by May 1, 2020. My older web cam does not work on Win 10. I will spray the package and camera  good with Lysol,wit my round up respirator on,when it gets here.

I already put masks on my garden gnomes.

 

 

 

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