Da Yoopers Email
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Sometimes whacky, sometimes funny, but
always nice...(well, almost always)
Here's just some of the interesting email and letters we get from friends out
there in cyber space.
From: bobby gutcher
Thank You So Very Much!!!!
From: Fred Heater
From: Donald Moody
From: David Stephens
From: Raquel R. Musselman
From: "Todd Hansen"
Todd Hansen with you -- the troll from down below who retired from the Navy in Aug. 2004 after a 20 year career as a journalist...
Just wanted to say thanks again for the CD -- Da Yoopers 21st Century Yoopers In Space that you autographed for me ... we both enjoyed (my g/f Michelle) listening to it while driving the U.P.. My favorite tune is Da Deer Camp Song on this double CD, but lots of laughs throughout!
Again Hoolie, it was an honor meeting you! I've been a big fan of Da Yoopers for a long time. I enjoyed chatting with you and Jim Bellmore in the Rock Shop.
Todd "Scoop" Hansen
From: "Brady, Allan"
Not only does my wife hale from the same area you are from but she
returned from a visit to Flint to tell me about a christmas tune everyone
here would start requesting... "Rusty Chevrolet." Low and
behold, she was right. My "Christmas By Request" on Sunny
93.9 FM in Raleigh, NC was inundated with requests for this song.
Hi youseguys! I am a big fan and a former "Yooper" (I was born in Escanaba, 05-08-36) I now live in Bay City, that makes me a "Troll" !! One thing I always remembered about the U.P. is where the Yoopers get their haircut........."Ontonagon" !!!!! My Grandpa used to tell me that the U.P. has nine months of winter and three months of poor sleddin'! Anyway, I'll leave the jokes for youse guys. I enjoy your music and entertainment a lot, and look forward to seeing you again.
Sincerely, Jack Oslund, Bay City, MI
By the way, I was at your world tour in Bay City, and still have the cap and tee-shirt!
From: "Brent & Christina Pleggenkuhle"
Thank you for your wonderful performance at the Stoughton Opera House
this past weekend. As always, you were well received by the crowd and
our patrons are already sharing a good deal of positive feedback.
Kind regards, Brent and Christina Pleggenkuhle, Stoughton Opera House.
I wanted to let youse know dat I played a Yoopers tape for my sweetie the first time that we went out on a date. Whether it was because of your great music, or in spite of it, I don't know, but she did go out with me again....and now she's my wife.
Perhaps this is a recipe for success in love that youse could share with other Yooper fans?
From: "M J Repinski"
Hello Da Yoopers,
God's blessings to all,
From: "Nelson, Scott USA SPC USAR"
Sir or Ma'am,
My name is SPC Scott Nelson; I am currently deployed to the Middle East in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. I would like to let you know that I grew up in Northern Wisconsin and now live in Kingsford, MI and I have fond memories of listening to your music. Recently I purchased one of your cds and had some people who have never heard of the U.P. listen to your music. They laughed their asses off. I would like to thank you for that, it is the little things like that that keep us going and looking forward to coming home. Hopefully I will be home for the opening day this year, hopefully. I had better get back to work, things won't get done by themselves. Have a good day.
Respectfully, SPC Scott Nelson
From: "Paul Altobello"
Darren works at the Ishpeming Area wastewater plant.
Here is a tree that I know that Da Yoopers would love.
From: "Beverly Van Blaricom"
It was shot by an Amish guy near Athens, WI last Saturday afternoon
|From: žchad sturdavantÓ
Sent: Monday, October 3rd, 2005 4:56 AM
Subject: thank you
Thank you for a wonderful show at the Big Rapids High School. I have been a Yooper fan for a long time. It was truly a treat to see the faces behind the music. I would also like to say thank you to Hoolie for the signatures on my shot glass (I bought 2 so I could use one) also a special thanks to Hoolie for the signatures on my cassette tapes cover (my mom was the lady that fed you guys at the school) I still listen to them any time I need a good laugh.
|From: žRonald SkinnerÓ
Sent: Monday, October 3rd, 2005 6:42 PM
Subject: from Donna Skinner
Just wanted to write and make a comment about your concert in Big Rapids just this past Saturday, Oct. 1st. It was great and we all enjoyed it very much. I want to comment regarding your reference to the veterans in our country. It warmed my heart.Perhaps in your future concerts you may want to consider asking your audience how many have sons, daughters, loved ones or dear friends who are in our active military at this time? Our son, who just happens to be the Air Force recruiter in Big Rapids, has been in the Air Force for 18 years. His young son, Gregory, age 11 was in your audience as well as his parents, grandma, and mother-in-law and wife as well. Our sons name is Mike Smith, who bought us all tickets to your concert because he likes you so much. But he wasn't there. Ok, you are going to get a big laugh out of this one...he was in Wyoming. He had an opportunity to fly out there for one day (and wouldn't you just know it, it was Oct. 1st) to particapate in an Antelope hunt with some Air Force buddies. As his mom, I am very proud of our son and would have been proud to stand up in your audience to honor him in the outstanding service he is doing for our country. I just wanted to share this with you. Donna Skinner
|From: žstephen garcia jrÓ
Sent: Saturday, October 1st, 2005 9:59 AM
Subject: Love your show at the apple festival
My Fiance and I saw your show for the 1st time, and it was wonderful. I'm a transplant to the midwest from the west coast. I've been out here for 4 yrs and love it. You guys are fantastic!!! Thank you especially for the veterans tribute. I spent 7 1/2 yrs in the USMC and I'm still serving in the national guard. Anyhow, we will be back to see your show again.
Thanks for such a great performance!!
Steve and Becky
|From: žthomas shusterÓ
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 2:52 PM
Thanks for your great site. I just found it and emailed the address to a dosen of my friends so they may get a giggle too. Just cracks me up!
I was raised in Northern Minnesota and have lived in Ohio since 1962. I still go deer hunting up north every year with my son. I've heard your records played on radio up there and busted up.
Again thanks for bring much joy to the world through your site. Keep up the good work!
Tom from Ohio
|From: žerik johnsonÓ
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2005 9:10 pm
Subject: do gals fart? oh ya!!
Yous guys donut udderstand ders a history to do dis.
My gramps once tolded me dis story and I vould yike to pass it on to yous. He says ders dem eat coat gerlies see down bouts Yimouth Rock. He teld me day got dem itty bitty hinders on em wit da tight trousers! Vel, granpa teld me dat dey donut vara tiht trousers fer nutin' see, yup. Gran pops say dat vun time, a long long time ago durin da vinter of 01, vack vefore der vas Vee Yeans and Cavin Hines, da gerls needed to go out and hunt da vibbest deeer dat day culd fined to make closs. Vel, vit da settlrs killin off dem deeer, day done run out of fur, da yillage deeclrd dat da vimon vould hav too ver bears butts insted. Vun day, Helga (gramps says day da yillagers feard Helga) she vun da prehistric "passin gassin" Vinn / Norsk compostition vy clearin a vroom in 1 sexcond with da fart of 60 below zero. See vun da coveted "Norkeaster" award, very prestiguios an da whol town velcomed her as dair own. See, she vas vormerly from Norvay, come over on da Norsksip wit da vikings see, Vel, she vasnt gonna ver no bears fuzz. On this pirticlar day, she vent to da yillage meetin too prostrate dis. Da meetin vas at da bingo varler run by da firt finns in the USe A see, butt dey vouldnt let her in cuss see had no closs on, no vay. Dis vade Helga very mad, not wit out any klose an all so, yegend hassit, she stomped arroun back to bust in on da nort side, well, she got around vack vhen she vealized she had ta use da outhouse, vel, she yet out da bigess fart right in front of the delivery entrance, cuss she been drinkin an eaten peanuts. It vas so bad dat Lemi, who vas also tryin to reach da prehstric portajohn, vas comin out da back door facin nort see, vehn all a da sudden der vas dis freeezen ass kold whind dat she yet out. No one had ever seen it yike dis; it vas so bad dat it blew da snow and trees all over da place. Vel, she blew da whole dam bingo varler in da ocin (Atlantic) to. Grams sezz she yet out da biggess fart she ever yould do, an to dis day, day nevr foun her. Pour lemi had to be rescesuated (CBR) by da prehistric volunteer firedept, he thawed out ok to. Efferybodi, search high and low for Helga, vat she vas never to be seen from again i guess she blew off like a dat Star Track space ship. Of corse effery boddy missed Helga an offer time, dey changed da name of "norkeaster" to "Nor-Easter" on da eat coat in honor of "Helga" da Norsk and effer since dat time, day require tight trousers off any kind at dos eat coat bingo varlors so day don get dhos nor-keasters wit out warnin.
Just thought I would take the time to let you and the rest of Da
Yoopers know how much everyone enjoyed your performance. We didn't
have one unhappy guest except for maybe the ones who had to wait
while the staff set up for extra seating. All the comments were
positive and are asking for the date Da Yoopers will be returning.
Bruce Taylor & Staff
Thank you for the Official Yooper Flag that you sent to us for our Michigan Upper Peninsula Club Picinic held here in Central Florida. We hold our picinic each year on the first Sunday of March every year and next year will be our 20th year of picnicking. We had many pictures taken by the folks at the picinic, all in front of the nice flag. Again, thank you, we plan a trip to the U.P. this summer and if we come your way we will be sure to stop in.
|From: žBobby KellyÓ
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 10:49 am
Subject: My rusty chevorlet
Let me tell you what my sister sent me this song this morning, I never laughed so hard. I have a 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo and it is just like the one in the song. Just in the last 2 months my dash lights started not working again and I was using a lighter to see how fast I was going. it is getting all rusted out and the heater barely works. I have one windshield wiper I have to roll down the window to open the door on the drivers side, and share the window crank with the passenger, the headliner is held up with duck tape, the radio goes in and out and changes stations when it feels like it. But in all it is a very good running car I have no problems. I just wanted to share this with you.
|From: žjim trembathÓ
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 6:42 am
Subject: you guys are funny
Hi, just went to your show in Tama, IA. Man that was great!! It gave us energy to drive the 2 hour drive we had afterwards. I didn't realize so many Yoopers lived in Iowa. I would like to see you at the Iowa State Fair, but it's in August and hotter than hades then. Thanks for coming to Iowa, close enough for us to come to the show! It was nice to talk to Mike from Mohawk.
Bye, Renae Trembath, Promise City, IA
|From: žJohn BarryÓ
Sent: Monday, Steptember 20, 2004 9:51 AM
Subject: Yo, youse guys
That, by the way, is the proper way to greet someone in
|From: žAstor GravelleÓ
Sent: Monday, Steptember 04, 2004 5:18 AM
Subject: The Mushroom Cloud Fart
Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2004 5:05 PM
Subject: my yooper cooler
Hey you guys, here's what my cooler looks like, eh!
Dis is what we Yoopers from Calumet call a "Yooper Cooler."
Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2004 3:08 PM
Subject: How farting saved me
Sent: Friday, January 23, 2004 11:53 AM
Found you on Pasty Central--been sitting here going thru all of it--just got to "P" and realized -- my face muscles are frozen in a smile--my butt is sore from sitting here so long--and I'm still in my jammies at 10:30 a.m. -- FUNNY, interesting and informative--now that I've come back to reality--I'll have to quit for a while but I'll be back for sure!! Will let my friends know about this.
This is a picture of my 9 year old son. He says he wants to be a Yooper
when he grows up. I told him Yoopers don't grow up!
Sent: Wensday, January 19, 2004
Subject: Da Yoopers
In case you're keeping track of things such as this, "Santa's
Helper" has become the most popular Da Yoopers request of all time on the
Brain Sandwich show.
|From: žHamilton MorrisonÓ
Sent: Wensday, January 19, 2004
Subject: Great Stuff
As a former graduate of Rudyard Highschool (Class of 1970) I
want to commend you on the great website! I rarely get to the U.P. these
days (living in North Central Alabama is a long ways away) but still have
very fond memories and a few contacts in the area. Keep up the good work.
You are on my favorite list.
|Subj: You tha yoopers?
Date: 1/18/04 9:46:15 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Elmer A. Salo)
Ya my name is Elmer Salo from up nort in minnasoota. I can relat
| Da Yoopers
I'm a big fan
I saw you in nov 2003 whit my Dad at mcmoran
I injoy the show
My name is christine somogy
I'm order For Diehards only
I got your christmas naked Elves in cowboy boots.
do you have a fan Club?
Your Fan Christine Somogy
Fort Gratiot, MI
| Hey you guys - I'm a Michigan transplant stuck here in San Francisco
- I got "Yoopy do wah" sent out to me from traverse city Michigan from
OK, I'm hooked. Having grown up with upers, "Doc" Trudeau, "Joe" Lewis and "Hughie" Fitzpactric, hunting St. Ignace way and more merry mixups than you can shake a gigging pole at.
By gar by gimbo.
My Grandmother was a logger...from way up da bay.
| I received one of your CD's for a x-mas gift. I really
enjoy it! My favorite song is the "diarrhea song. I am your biggest "Yooper"
fan. I have seen you guys in concert in Rhinelander a couple of years ago.
When are you guys coming back to the Rhinelander area? Soon I hope!
I also want to tell you about my husband, (Tom Smith or gas man). He can do all of your fart sounds, and it's all natural!
P.S. How is gravel Gerties health problems!
|From: žBob HitchcockÓ
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003
While I'm sitting here in CO. with airheads, pluggin' in one of your tapes is a godsend of a dose of reality. Thanks guys & gals. ......Michigan Bob.
|From: žPatty FrenchÓ
Thank you so much for your very generous contribution to our "Christmas in Iraq" project.
Our goals were met and thanks to you and others in our community we were able to make each of the 44 soldiers from the 652nd ENG. CO. Harvey unit a little more comfortable this holiday season.
Thank you. Patty French
Sent: December 8, 2003
Hi My name is Kendra Mikkola, My father Kenneth and I love the music...
and all of the Joke's...Keep up the good work and yeah I hate to admit but i am a troll but i don't say that as my heratige is a yooper and i proudly say i am a yooper as that is where i spent most of my child hood... in the good ol' Houghton Handcock...LoL. Well best wishes and Happy Holiday's Eh'...From our home t yer's...Kendra
|From: žAllan & Nancy VerhaegheÓ
Sent: December 8, 2003
I have been a fan of yours for years, and followed you around Mich from Novi to Higgins lake area. I have always loved your show, and the visits we've had between performances. I brought my husband and mother to many of your performances. I have pictures of you guys with me and also my mom. I even named my cat Little Yooper, he was a awesome cat, lived up to the name. I have your license plate on my new Jeep. Thge last time I saw you was in Grayling two years ago. I missed you this year, sometimes you are hard to find. I feel like you are my friends. I have all your music and clothes too. This is a great website. Merry Christmas and hope to see you in the near future. A Yooper fan forever. Nancy
|From: žPurvis, JeffreyÓ
Sent: Wed, November 12, 2003
I guess I'm just a yooper by osmosis. I've lived in Ohio most of my life. (yes, a terrorist from Ohio) but a dear buddy of mine from da U.P., he brought with him some Yooper cd's and got me listening to you guys pretty religiously. We had always planned on making a trip up to da UP. so that I could visit the Tourist Trap with him but we never got a chance to. My friend passed away from cancer a couple of years ago. However, I did go up to the UP to scatter his ashes on Munising Bay and while up there, I went to the Trap. The whole way up there and back I listened to nothing but your CD's and he was with me the whole way. Thanks you guys! :-)
Jeffrey D. Purvis
Sent: Sunday,November 2, 2003
Hoolie and the group,
I just wanted to thank you guys for coming down to Menominee. I have never had so much fun at a concert!! I was transplanted down here nine years ago and I like living here, but when you mentioned Glenn Adams during the show, it brought me back home to Republic. People from Marquette County are definately of the finest sort. You'll have to come down again soon.
|From: žPaula SolomonÓ
Sent: Wed, October 15, 2003
Hey Youse Guys,
Whacha gonna be doing dis February?
Der's some of us yoopers dat go to Lady Lake Florida for da winter. Der's 350 or so Michiganders in our park, Recreation Plantation. Every year dey gots a "Michigan Night" an cause last year da theme was "Michigan Wine" one of us yoopers (ya it was me) had a little to much wine and volunteered us yoopers to host da party for dis year. Hey, da wine was free!
Any who, dere's 11 yoopers at dis park an we've been busy all summer plannin da big shin dig. Our theme is "Second Week of Deer Camp" an we're makin em all Honorary Yoopers for da night. We gots da menu planned, Pan Pasties. We gots door prizes, we gots table decorations, we gots all kinda stuff, we just don't got no entertainment. Actually, we had enterainment planned but he got kilted and now we have no one.
We was kinda hopin' dat maybe youse guys could come down for a little breather in February.
You know, when your mittens are all soggy and your snowmobiles up on blocks, n cabin fever is settin' in, whadda ya think? Course our budget got all spent on "refreshments" when we was havin' our committee meetins, but maybe we could work sumpthin out. I'd just pee my pants if youse guys could make it.
I'll be so happy to hear from you,
Tanks, Paula Solomon
|From: žDavid GoldsmithÓ
Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2003
Subject: Bare Bum Snow Machine
Please send me more information on your naked snowmobile activities, also I would like to know if there is any chance of getting arrested while naked?
|From: žSheryl BriesÓ
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003
I am forwarding this to you guys Jim B & D & Lynn. Thought that you would like to know that your music is appreciated! I gave my brother you CD for christmas. The following is a forward from my younger brother regarding his friend Chris Glenn.
Here's the second email:
|From: žTom QuayleÓ
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003
Aino and Toivo went to the funeral parlor to see their friend Heikki. When they left, Aino says to Toivo: "Boy, that Heikki sure looked good. I haven't seen him looking that good for a long time." Toivo: "Boy, Aino, he ought too, he just got outta the Hospital."
I enjoy the website. Keep it up,l but don't get to commercial, hey.
|From: žChuck KolesarÓ
Sent: Wed, 6 Aug 2003
Finally got to see yoos in person at the Ironwood Theater in July. Have been tormenting my wife and sons for years with your tapes. Got to give my wife honorary 'Yooper' status as she drove to Wausau to pick up our son that afternoon then back in time for fish fry and off to the show. Both sets of cheeks were sore from laughing...and driving! My dad and I were busy fishing and finding the best deals on yooper beer!
Watching your show on the renovated theater stage brought back old memories. You all looked great in your designer Kromers.
Yoopers, whether part time, full time or transplanted have something special.
Don't let the Trolls in on the secret.
|From: žRobert J. WallnerÓ
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003
I don't see the yearly Woods-n-water show on your schedule. Please tell me this is an oversight? Please don't tell me they tried to replace you again with some flunky folk singer?
"My heart is in da UP but my ass is stuck in Detroit."
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003
Subject: Wedding Picture
Hi, my name is Cindy (Lorge) Kummrow. I was born and raised in Wisconsin and grew up listening to Da Yoopers and in 1994 we moved to Minnesota. I met my fiancé, Shawn (now husband from MN) in 1996 and by 1999 he had grown to love Da Yoopers too and got me tickets to see the "Thin Ice" tour.
My Dad Bob is a die-hard Yooper fan too and during the thin Ice tour of 99 at the north star casino show, Shawn and I bought my dad yellow yooper suspenders. He wore them pretty much anywhere and everywhere he went. They really started to look dirty and pretty worn. When Shawn and I announced we were getting married in August of 2000, dad announced that he was going to wear his yellow yooper suspenders under his tux. Since they were a little dirty he decided to wash them with a toothbrush. Needless to say, the letters came off and he was pretty much a sad camper. So I went on da website and ordered him a brand new pair of orange yooper suspenders from da web store. The night before the wedding we gave him the new yooper suspenders at the reception dinner and I could almost see a tear in his eye.
At the wedding my dad wore the suspenders under his tux and as soon as he walked out of the church he took off the tux and showed off his new suspenders very proudly. Being in Minnesota, some of those folks don't know what "Da Yoopers" are and so they thought he was a little silly. I decided to make the night extra special, I brought my Diehards CD and had the DJ play the "2nd Week of Deer Camp" while I danced with my dad, not to many people knew the words but mt dad had them memorized.
Thank you so much for giving my family music to laugh with and to be silly with!!!
Cindy & Shawn Kummrow
Sent: Sunday, March23, 2003
Subject: Concert at Sport Fishing and Travel Show
I loved your show in Grand Rapids. My birthday was on March 21st and I saw you on the 22nd and you have made this the best birthday ever. It was my wife's first time seeing you and she loved it. Please add me to your mailing list.
My family owns property in DA U.P.
|From: žJohn VandeusenÓ
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002
Subject: Da Yoopers
Good morning Lynn!
Thanks very much for granting us permission to use the lyrics for "Yooper Snow Rocket" in our Mollemail article. It seems especially appropriate that I am writing the article this week, as we've been getting some early snowfalls over the holiday weekend, and -- you might have guessed -- I have a snowmobile that won't go, sitting dead in the garage. Even worse, I spent Saturday trying to fuss around with it when I should have been out enjoying the last day of the firearm deer season. (Oh well. Looking forward to muzzle-loader season and late antlerless season...)
I will definitely include a link to Da Yooper's website in the article, and we'll send you a bunch of the newsletters also. And I'm pretty sure we can come up with a couple snow shovel samples to send you also. Maybe we'll even get a chance to see the snow shovels again, costarring (or at least providing a supporting role) at a Yoopers show in the future. Several of us here are big fans, and the rest just need to be educated.
Publication for the January issue of MolleMail is schedule for the last week of December (we try to get it in the mail early), so we'll be sending you the results around New Year's day. (I am the editor, and try to do some writing on occasion. So the snow shovel article is a welcome change for me!) Thanks! John Van Deusen
From: žDa YoopersÓ
From: žDa YoopersÓ
From: žJohn VandeusenÓ
|From: žKen MalkinÓ <kenmalkin>
Sent: Wednesday, January 01, 2003 11:34 AM
Subject: I just want to tell you guys!
Dear Da Yoopers:
I would love to be on your mailing list. All your music is great, however, one of my favorites is Free Beer.
Talk about talent! You guys reek with it! Great talent, I mean! Best of luck and keep up your fine musical work.
|From: žBowden, TomÓ <TomBowden> To: <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 26, 2002 5:34 PM
Subject: Long time gone.
Hey YouŪ guyŪs, As a one time resident of Marquette (in HoolieŪs younger days), when Da
Yoopers hit the scene I gobbled up as much as I could get. While I have lived in Florida 25+ years, my heart is still in the UP. Through the years I have been known to break into Da Yoopers songs like žFishing with FredÓ, žCrawling Home PukerÓ, and one I couldnŪt find on the list (my personal anthem) with the lyrics žMy heart is in the UP but my as is in DetroitÓ.
The call from the UP is so strong that I am in the final stages of buying some land near Big Bay. I plan to retire and go back and forth between the UP in the summer and Florida in the winter. I look forward to stopping in the žTourist TrapÓ and casing the joint at my žnext trip home
žAnything that is too stupid to be spoken is sung.Ó
Sent: Sunday, November 17, 2002 10:12 PM
Hey there guys! I thought I did pretty well. I donŪt own all your CDŪs yet but IŪm working on it. I just got Jackpine Savage about a week ago, so IŪm still a little rusty on it. I donŪt own Culture Shock, Yoop it up, Were still Rockin or Camp Fever so I didnŪt know much of those answers. The first Yooper CD I got I asked for Xmas about 4 years ago or so. Then I started looking for more albums. Then I found your website! IŪm hoping to get Naked Elves in Cowboy boots this X-mas. Just wanted to tell you I love your music and hope to see more albums in the future! Hope I did well on the quiz
|From: žDavid BbosaÓ
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 10:43 AM
Subject: BBOSA DAVID
HULLO I wish to get more info on how to participate in the bare bum run and the requirements and all info abt related activities and also info abt your bprograms and activities thank you
BBOSA DAVID BOX 8000 KAMPALA UGANDA
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 7:33 AM
Subject: Hello from Arizona
Just wanted to let you know that my wife and dog and I enjoyed visiting your Tourist Trap very much. We walked out of there with about $60 of stuff total. We think Ishpeming was a high point of our trip.
Also wanted to thank Jim for being a gracious person. WeŪve listened to Da Yoopers on Dr. Demento, and have enjoyed the music very much. Mani Luoma told us where to find you, so blame him. Marv and Joan are old family friends from when my uncle used to work in lshpeming with the mines.
Wishing you much success and looking forward to getting up to the UP
again. Bert and Suzi Moore (and Weener)
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