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post #1 of 8 Old 02-17-2008, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Hello From Pine Hill NJ

Greeting everyone!
My name is Paul and I am from Pine Hill NJ. I so happy to be able to find a place that helps fellow workworkers. I'm just getting back into workworking after 25 years and am amazed how much I've lost in skills. I'm sure that this forum site will be just what I need to rebuild my skill ( I hope..LOL)

Greeting Again,
Paul LaRose

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Welcome Paul, jump right in.
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Hey Paul, welcome.

are you anywhere near Bridgeton, NJ??
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Hey Paul, welcome.

are you anywhere near Bridgeton, NJ??
Hello,
Bridgeton is about 30 miles South snd slightly West of me. I'm actually closer to Philadelphia.
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you must be right smack in the middle of the Pine Barrens.
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you must be right smack in the middle of the Pine Barrens.
They're a little North and East but, when there was a fire there a few years ago, We could smell burned wood for days...LOL
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a muck fire? or forest kind?
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It actually burned several thousand acres. It burned for about 3 days.
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