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01-29-2013 20:29:09

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where are you located at. saw earlier you mentioned Harrison County. did not know if you are in Ohio or Pennsylvania.

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01-29-2013 21:28:51

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to casenut1, 01-29-2013 20:29:09  
I'm one of the Jim's on here! We do have a darn nice group!

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j hikemper

01-29-2013 20:53:20

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to casenut1, 01-29-2013 20:29:09  
Nearly every state has a Harrison i suppose,and a franklin also ,But we are indiana .18 miles swest of louisville ky in one of the hangy down parts of indiana the ohio river graciously carved out from ky .. the weather folx say .we are about to get bulldozed by wild weather tonite , under tornado watch ,shirt sleeve weather today , week ago we went below freezing , that lasted 5 days ,tomorow nite will be in the 20s again .. where is your locale?

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01-30-2013 01:50:37

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to j hikemper, 01-29-2013 20:53:20  
Are you the one that is county commissioner?
I'm in Harrison county also

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j hikemper

01-30-2013 13:11:02

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to Harvey 2, 01-30-2013 01:50:37  
county council,.started out as commissioner in 2002.one of the things we worked to do is farmland preservation . i bet i know you from way on back..............

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j hikemper

01-29-2013 20:57:30

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to j hikemper, 01-29-2013 20:53:20  
my bad ,noticed the handle , gillette wy..been there in 1994 on way to yellowstone ,, need to do it again

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01-29-2013 21:08:46

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to j hikemper, 01-29-2013 20:57:30  
i'm in central Ohio, just south of Mansfield. your thinking of Case Nutty 1660, he's the one in Wyoming.

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01-29-2013 21:27:48

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 Re: j hikemper in reply to casenut1, 01-29-2013 21:08:46  
central ohio ,,Ok ,well i knew there were more than one case nut besides me and the tom's and nik and john and loren and ted ,and rod and don,doug and jonathon and wayne , and shannon all those jims all over the world ..lol ,glad to hear from you .. help me out?. cause i left out a lot of wonderful casefolx...

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