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It's in Primer now for close to two years. Last year not much got done to my knee surgery in January and my wifes in May, but 2018 is a new year and I hope to paint soon. As far as Truckfest goes if I talk the "boss" into it, would like to come most likely without the Truck even if its back together. Most likely stay in State College area for a night or two. Fingers crossed.
 
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Dennis,
Truckfest near St Louis, MO (cancelled for 2018) or Truckstock in PA?
 
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It's in Primer now for close to two years. Last year not much got done to my knee surgery in January and my wifes in May, but 2018 is a new year and I hope to paint soon. As far as Truckfest goes if I talk the "boss" into it, would like to come most likely without the Truck even if its back together. Most likely stay in State College area for a night or two. Fingers crossed.
Sounds good Dennis. There's lots to do in State College. For those that don't know, that's the home of PSU. Close to Lock Haven is Woolrich, PA. Woolrich woolen Mills has an outlet store with seconds and some reduced prices. It'd be a good place for the women to go to.
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I guess it is.

But there is more. When I read Nick's post tonight I at first thought he heard something about me from some soccer people I know well in Berks county, where Nick lives, which is next to my home county of Lancaster. This January I was inducted into the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame. So maybe I have 30 minutes!
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Guys, thanks for the congrats and kudos. (What is a kudos, anyhow?) Its no big deal. Anyone can do it. Just go to LMC and fill out the form online and add pictures and send it in. There are trucks in there of all shapes and conditions.

I think you'll have more than 30 minutes of fame for all you've done.

And kudos are... well here:
Kudos (from the Ancient Greek: κῦδος) is acclaim or praise for exceptional achievement.
 
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