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Photos from the 2009 show in LeSuer, MN.




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nice pictures...brings back memories. Thanks :scratchead:

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Looks like a nice turn out. :scratchead: thanks for sharing

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Just a bump to bring these back up so some newer members can see these pictures from the last two years' shows! :woohoo:

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