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    I just wanted to thank everyone for the hospitality at the Temecula meet a few weeks ago. I Was the hard to miss big blond guy hanging out. It was really interesting and fun. I am looking forward to the next meet that i will be able to attend.

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    Welcome to OCDO. Did you find the thread for the next meetup? It's going to be in Orange County.
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    Welcome!

    I think you sat with my wife and I and coolusername2007 atRosa's Cantina.
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    Welcome Ronarmedim! Nice to see you've joined in the discussion. I enjoyed meeting you at the Temecula meetup. I think Sons of Liberty is correct, I think we sat together at Rosa's.

    Be sure to look for and read the next meetup thread...its the 3rd monthly meetup. We are planning it for Orange County. Hope you can make it out there.

    Also, the Redlands meetups have been going great. Hopefully there will be another before it starts getting too cold out there (that's when the outdoor market closes for the season so I'm told).

    Reminder to all forum newcomers...you don't have to UOC to join in our meetups. Please come and show your support even if you aren't open carrying.


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