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September 29, 2004

Gone fishin'

I'm off first thing tomorrow. If I absolutely lose my freaking mind, or if it rains non-stop while I'm in Arizona, I may poke my head in from an internet café... Naaaah.

A big thank you to Paul, who will be keeping an eye on the comment spam here in my absence despite the fact he's just bought a new kayak. (There's no way I'll be anywhere near a blog for days when my new kayak gets here, proving that my friends are way more thoughtful than I will ever be.) This, incidentally, means that Paul rather than yours truly will get the comment notification emails, so if there's anything you want me to be sure to read, zap me a copy by conventional email. Your readership is very important to us. We know you have a choice of blogs, and we'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing Creek Running North. Buhbuy now.

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Two points:

1. I'm not out enjoying my new kayak because kayaking has given me a tennis elbow on both elbows and I can't paddle until I've done some physio on them.

2. Within a few minutes of you posting this, I got THREE comment spams posted to your blog that I had to clean out. Thank goodness for MT-Blacklist.

Posted by: Paul Tomblin at September 29, 2004 04:44 PM
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