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Re: height

They do grow up, don't they Chris.  I'm about half-way between
you and Poughkeepsie.  I'd invite you to stop by for lunch on 
your way up, but you'd probably go by the Taconic - beautiful
drive - and we're some miles west  of it at that point, it would
probably take too long to be worth the effort.  At least he is
within reach - all my sons moved far, far away.  Best wishes 
to Jaron in his educational enterprises.

In a message dated 01/28/2006 10:15:26 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
chris@widom-assoc.com writes:
Jaron moved upstate to Poughkeepsie, north of Auralie. He's now living in
his first apartment! I'm very excited for him. I only wish he was closer so
I could drop by from time to time. I'll be taking a drive up there sometime
next month, I hope! He's attending three colleges, as he's wasn't able to
transfer at short notice. Also, that way he'll be getting a taste of three

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