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    He lives in Seattle so....
    Haha, I realized. Its just a short 1,060 miles. Whats 17 hours or so?

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    If you’ve got the time to burn I’d love to take you on a short local run. Let me know if you are able and I’ll block out the time for it.
    In?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    If you’ve got the time to burn I’d love to take you on a short local run. Let me know if you are able and I’ll block out the time for it.
    Will do...mahalo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylertakesphotos View Post
    Haha, I realized. Its just a short 1,060 miles. Whats 17 hours or so?



    In?
    Duh of course. I’ll keep you posted.

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    duh of course. I’ll keep you posted.
    yaaaaassssss

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