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    Default Son graduated

    High School graduation was yesterday evening. My son made it thru! Next is work at Boy Scout summer camp
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations, one of my grand daughters graduated this year; work this summer and nursing school in the fall. Time sure goes fast.
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congrats turn the page start another chapter.

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Quote Originally Posted by RobertN View Post
    High School graduation was yesterday evening. My son made it thru! Next is work at Boy Scout summer camp
    Congratulations to you and him both.
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations to him and your entire Family. Our oldest Grandchild - Grand Daughter just graduated also.
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations! They grow up so fast, don't they?

    My youngest graduated high school last year, BT December 2011, AW February 2012 and will graduate MOS June 15th. Seems like yesterday I was chasing her around the house when she was a toddler.

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    I bet it seems like yesterday when you brought him home from the hospital as a new born.

    Feels like that with my daughter. One day I'm feeding her a bottle, next day seems she's in kindergarten, next day high school and soon gone.

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Yes it does! I have been a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader the last 10 years or so. There was a few of the boys from our Troop there too. I addition to pride in my son, I got to see those kids that I have known since Tiger Cub graduate too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cat_Driver View Post
    I bet it seems like yesterday when you brought him home from the hospital as a new born.

    Feels like that with my daughter. One day I'm feeding her a bottle, next day seems she's in kindergarten, next day high school and soon gone.
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Congratulations on your graduation! We just got done with graduation with boy #2. Then we get three years rest before the baby girl.

    When did I get so old?

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congrats. I regret not staying in school and going to my graduation. I was home schooled for the last few years of school.

    I need to work on getting my GED though. Never even got that yet.

    Chad
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    The Square tube was originally made to be installed into a receiver hitch as it came off an old wheel chair rack that mounted into the receiver hitch.

    The plate was part of a slide in camper tie down. I Pulled trailers with this ball mount for many miles without problems.

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