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    Hi Codrin. This is just a superb report from you. Very well written, and most entertaining. Even with the layer of water and truck headlight problems, you still pulled in some great objects. And, you did some nice outreach with the truck driver too! Thanks so much for your excellent observing report Codrin, and congratulations on the new princess addition to your household.
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    Thanks for the fine report and many congratulations on the birth of your daughter, they change us in many unexpected ways.
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    Hello.
    Thank you for sharing your session with us.
    Great to be able to show someone the wonders of the skies.
    Congratulations on having a daughter. She will give you many happy hours and probably a few heart aches.
    Clear skies
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