Happy Birthday Bud

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Eperous
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Happy Birthday Bud

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Happy Birthday Bud...

Gezzz, sixty-six today... you're an old guy like me--- and still going plenty strong...

Here's wishing ya many, many more B-days, and tight lines this coming trout season...

Ed

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Happy Birthday Bud. Do something special today.

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Folks--

Wow--thanks. My wife is taking me to dinner in the city at one of the restaurants in the Mario Battali / Joe Bastianich empire. Wearing orange Crocs is optional.

I advance confidently into geezerhood with a lively sense of the undesirability of doing otherwise. ;)

--Bud
Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. And inside of a dog, it's too dark to read.
-- Marx (Groucho)

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Happy Birthday, kid (you ain't no geezer yet!), and thanks for your great work on the newsletter!!

Eri
A mountain is a fact -- a trout is a moment of beauty known only to men who seek them.
Al McClane in his Introduction to The Practical Fly Fisherman . . . often erroneously attributed to Arnold Gingrich

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Happy birthday, you wizard of the word! Not to make your head swell or anything, but I never would have guessed you were 66. Have a great dinner man, and thanks for all you do! CJ
"Gentlemen,remove your hats,this is it"
"This is where the trout was invented?"
"Oh he existed in a crude,primitive form in Waltons England"
"But this is where they painted spots on him and taught him to swim"

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catskilljohn wrote: ... but I never would have guessed you were 66. ...
I would have guessed Bud's age 45 to 50 myself... so Bud, whatever you are doing, keep doing it... ;)

Ed

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Happy Birthday, Bud!

We appreciate all that you do for the Guild, and for keeping us straight on SGM.

Enjoy your day!

Warm regards and best wishes,

Tim

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Eperous wrote: I would have guessed Bud's age 45 to 50 myself... Ed
Well, let's not get carried away now :lol: CJ
"Gentlemen,remove your hats,this is it"
"This is where the trout was invented?"
"Oh he existed in a crude,primitive form in Waltons England"
"But this is where they painted spots on him and taught him to swim"

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Bud
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Re: Happy Birthday Bud

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catskilljohn wrote:
Eperous wrote: I would have guessed Bud's age 45 to 50 myself... Ed
Well, let's not get carried away now :lol: CJ
For sure. I guess I could claim to be twelve--six and six--but I wouldn't wish the prospect of repeating the teen years on anyone, let alone myself. The early stages of testosterone poisoning are not a happy experience.

As Ed can attest, though, teaching, which I did for a longish while, keeps you young--unless it prematurely ages you. :D

Again, thanks for all the kind words.

--Bud
Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. And inside of a dog, it's too dark to read.
-- Marx (Groucho)

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Re: Happy Birthday Bud

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have a grand day youngster

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