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Hi everyone! Just wanted to say hello from a newbie in the buckeye state.
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Hi Jim,

What part of Ohio are in? I have been in Ohio quite a few times for anywhere from weeks to years. I now live in WV where I am originally from. My first stay in Ohio was near Williamsfield where my uncle had a dairy farm that bordered the Pymatuning Lake not too long after it was made. That was many years ago when I was a tadpole dying to be a big frog.

I worked in Columbus for several years before retiring and coming back home.
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Welcome to the site Jim!

Did you say tool sale?
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Hi Jack, I live in Dayton, which is in the southwest part of the state. I had a friend that lived around Pymantuning a good number of years ago. It seemed like a nice area. Jim
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Hi Jack, I live in Dayton, which is in the southwest part of the state. I had a friend that lived around Pymantuning a good number of years ago. It seemed like a nice area. Jim
Yes, the Pymatuning area was a nice place, even when one was a 12 year old kid working from daylight to dark on a dairy farm. But Sundays were my day off and I spent it roaming the shores of the lake fishing. I seined minnows in a creek that ran through my Uncles farm and sold them to the bait houses that were around the lake for spending money. I didn't get paid for what I did on the farm. I guess my uncle figured what I ate was payment enough.

Since you are from the Dayton area, you must know where Engagement, Ohio, is?
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