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    Some Little Stuff For Little Tommy

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    Nice!! I especially liked the donut one!!
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    Figured you would. Good things can come in small packages...like this yearling buck who was claiming exclusive use of the Truckee River bridge on my way home tonight.


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    You come up with the best things Fred! m.
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    I had never seen a deer on a bridge before. Guess it made sense since the river underneath was flowing fast and high out of it’s banks, too swift to swim. We locals usually wait for other cars to cross the bridge one at a time, first time I had to wait for wildlife.
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    Don’t know what the mammoth hunters did before the steel girder bridge was installed. Here is a nearby historical interest sign on what is my apparently long popular route home. Those game trails are now TW trails.
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    More placarding extolling the local history:


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    Neat history and I deer on the bridge photo is pretty cool.
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    Who has tried some of these? Beet Tommy has done ‘em all. I’m batting less than 350 for those I’ve done, about 500 for those I have heard about...
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    I liked the lighter soldering gun...
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