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"yo brews!!! peter reuter from ADKs (foxhole-bass camp) says hey- trout season is around the corner-our best to you and Joanne (sp?)"
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Favorite Flatpickers
Grier, Barenberg, Blake, Tony Rice, Wyatt Rice, Tim Stafford, Kenny Smith, Bryan Sutton
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
St Anne's Reel, Temperance Reel, Big Sciota, Soldier's Joy
Forekd Deer, Whiskey Before Breakfast
Favorite Guitars
My Custom "Vintage Acoustic", Martin D-28,

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At 5:23pm on December 17, 2008, linda green said…
hi its linda
At 11:08am on December 18, 2008, linda green said…
sure send me your email
At 4:03pm on March 2, 2009, Peter Reuter said…
yo brews!!! peter reuter from ADKs (foxhole-bass camp) says hey- trout season is around the corner-our best to you and Joanne (sp?)

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