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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZbtAFq7dP8



Have fun and don't drive angry!
 
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Happy belated GHD everyone.  Whenever I think of groundhog day I think of an old timer (which I guess will be me before I know it) who told me they always used groundhog day as a midway check point.  It's when you'd look at your stored wood to see if you were more or less than half way through it.  Then you'd know if you had to slow down or not on your burning to make sure you didn't run out.  Running out is no fun!!!  (I did that ONCE)
 
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