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neil bertrando at the perma store

 
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Neil and I went to see a property in paradise, montana after the sepp event. And then after that we were headed back to missoula when we found the "old perma store"

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Then we stopped by the garden of a thousand buddhas
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Wow, I really need to go there. The smelt sign brought back some memories from my days in the UP in Michigan. Very cool looking store!
 
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Old Perma store,, that is cute,, growing up we used to have to stop in Perma all the time because it had one of my dads favorite bars there,,,,
 
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Neil is so cute--great pictures!
 
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I agree. I am reminded of the smelt and old fish and tackle stores in shacks down by the river and the great lakes of my youth. Oh, how I miss those days. Now I remember why I am so cranky and bitter. Great picture. You guys look great and having fun! Good for ya'll.

In the old days you just scooped up the smelt. Now they are all gone. I want to thank the DNR for failed policy.
 
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