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I am planning on coming over from Birmingham with my wife on the 8th for the meeting. She has relatives in Norcross we will visit during the day. I really do not have any frags to bring or trade other than a pink and green candy cane and a small stand of green buttons.

I would appreciate any info, I found the place on Mapquest, so that is not a problem. I would like to know what frags people will be bringing to trade or sell. Also, my brother said to ask Pam if she has any Kenyan tree babies. The piece she gave him reproduced several times and then once he gave them away his main piece perished. I would be looking for maybe a colt cutting, or acropora or montipora. Also, any small asstd mushroom rocks.

Thanks for your time and I look forward to meeting everyone, again.(I really enjoyed Borneman last year.)

David West
 

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Hi David!

I have nothing to trade, but look forward to seeing you at the meeting! It should be a good one!

Cheers,
Jenn
 

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Jenn,
Since we will be there all day I was wondering where your store is. I will be around the Norcross area. I would love to stop by.

David
 

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Hi David,

I happen to have a medium size colt that I have attached that is available for $30 if you are interested. I also have a very nice large finger leather for $40. If you want to come by and take a look, I can be home anytime on Tuesday. I don't have the Lemnalia anymore.

Let me know.

Thanks,

Pam

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Are there any clam specialists in the club? I got one at a great price when a made a last run on CBC yesterday. It is somewhat closed, but I was willing to take a chance considering what I paid.

Which takes me to my next point, Pamsreef, I picked up some nice leather and colt frags yesterday, so Will and I are good for now. He was upset about the lemnalia because he said it was simply the best as far as those types of coral.

Thanks for everyone's responses,
David West
 
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