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    Posted: 24 Apr. 2019 at 12:05pm
I have posted photos of my previous buddies in past years.   This is my current buddy.    (previous one this year moved away Unhappy)

He seemed really interested in the Jeep,   asked about all the levers and knobs etc.   . .   even wanted me to open the hood.  LOL




















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That's awesome Ron - good on ya!
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You are making a positive impact on these young lives!  Blessings to you, Ron and those kids!
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Thumbs Up Wonderful program - Nice work! Thumbs Up 
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I remember your other posts.  This is truly a wonderful, selfless thing you do.  Here's a handshake and a hug from Colorado.Hug
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You remember things. My first ride in a Jeep was when I was round 3 YO to go see a train wreck. I don't remember the wreck but I recall the Jeep ride.
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