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By Beau Butler - Posted on 11 June 2010

My son Zachary and his wife Adriane fianlly made it in from Iraq and were able to get a little fishing in yesterday. High wind and rain made for a tough day on the lake, but to be honest, I still had a ball. Managed 18 nice keepers around some brush tops in 14 ft of water. Daughter-n-law Adriane took top honors for the smallest fish.

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pammysue15's picture

Zachary and Adriane, I too would like to say Thanks for your service to our country, it's young people like you that help keep us safe. Glad to see you got some fishing time in. And although my children are all grown I know how it feels to be able to check on them at night, or make that phone call to hear their voice on the other end of the line. Glad your home. And I also remember to say a word for all our soldiers and their families when I pray.
God Bless you
Pam

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I'm glad to see your home safe, and being able to fish and catch some fish. We sure appreciate what you have done for our country, and would like to send a big THANK-YOU. I know that your beautiful wife must be very proud.
Thanks again
Charlie

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Woods's picture

Zachary & Adriane glad you guys are home safe. Thanks for stepping up to the plate and making the sacrifice to keep us safe here in the USA. I'm an old Viet Nam vet myself. My hat is off to you guys. But let Beau catch a few of those crappiei. Thanks John Woods

Ray's picture

Zachary and Adriane I would like to thank you for your service. You are what makes America what it is. Welcome home. You guys are heroes to the rest of us. It is impossible to express my thanks but do know that my family prayed often for your safe return. Nice to see you get to enjoy the freedoms you sacrifice so much to protect. Let us hear from you.

Ray

Beau Butler's picture

Ray, Thanks so much for your heart felt message to the "kids".(They will always be my "kids") I think you know what I mean by that.
For the first time in 2 years, I've had a good nights sleep, knowing for sure they were safe upstairs, where if I needed to, I could just look at and touch them.
Thanks

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