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Subject: Re: Upstate New York anyone?
From: Karen Smyth <ksmy...@slu.edu>
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Are you in Saratoga by any chance? Just curious, I went to school
there and haven't yet seen a fellow Skiddie 'pinner
On Apr 15, 2:49=A0pm, Sarah Lajeunesse <sarah.lajeune...@gmail.com>
> I know that covers a super large region that nobody acknowledges, but
> I am part of that super large region.
> I'm more or less near Albany, so not as upstate as I could be.
> Anyway, maybe some other pinners are near here, and we could get
> (I think it's so groovy now that people are finally getting together.
> I think it's wonderful and how that people are finally getting