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aLeXandEr Schneider
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Check out the superman of #campers!!!
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I heard recently (2014) there may be, or should be bots deployed on the internet to remove useless, old, out dated, or just plane wrong information. What a joke! I'd buy that for a depreciating dollar.
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May 4th, my son, wife, dog Quanta, and I visited the dog training area at Kettle Moraine State Forest, Northern Unit. The dog training area is Quanta's favorite off leash place to play. Usually there's no one else there and plenty of place to roam around, great for recall training. This is Quanta try to dig out whatever lives in that hole.
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“We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps.”

~Herman Hesse

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Saddened, sickened, and outraged over this tragedy. One can only speculate with NO details about this heartbreak. Living just around the corner and with many children in the neighborhood, I can confirm "excessive speeds of 35-50+mph everyday"! While I have stopped drivers , my neighbor has stopped drivers, multiple neighbor's yell at drivers daily, the OPD, Oshkosh Police Department, does nothing, the speeding continues. These are short streets in a usually quiet neighborhood, please help protect our kids...
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Spread this, maybe we can help find the culprit.
 
They were found by DNR staff on an island in Lake Butte des Morts in Winnebago County.
They were found by DNR staff on an island in Lake Butte des Morts in Winnebago County.
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This made me laugh and smile! Enjoy your summer fun folks. Have a great day!
 
Cliff Slip and Slide
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Myself not pictured, and +Dreek Sol beat the weekend traffic. Camped out in Newport State Park, Door County, May 18th-21st. We hiked around 6 miles a day, 9 miles the first day. Was a great time!
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This was my second time camping in Newport. As the pic's tell, spring has not made itself known there yet. But the lake fly's were abundant along some lake front area's. Like this site.
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April 25th, my son Jacob, who's 5yrs old, and I hiked the upper ridge line at High Cliff State Park.
We also picked up our families yearly stickers, and claimed the tower. Was a good day!
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🐣 I've been waiting for these Easter/Ishtar eggs to hatch... Beautiful they are, and filled with yummy marshmallow! Check them out if your family loves holidays like mine. Awesome as always, thank you +Phlash Tha & +Tha Agency

(Edit): cause these are awesome.
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+Phlash Tha Good lookin'! ThankX man! 
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This last April we, my wife and I, invited Security Fence to come out and give us an estimate on a fence install. Over the next month they worked with us to refined the details of the fence to be installed, until it was what we wanted. Since we're not the impatient type, and in no hurry, once this was finished we sat back and waited for the install day. About mid July we thought we'd give the company a call to find out if they had an approximate install date. At the time we were informed it would be a bit longer, but promptly received a call a few days later saying they would be sending a crew out tomorrow, a hot balmy 90+ degree Friday. The team of guys who showed up happened to be a sub-contractor. The guys could have been friendlier, but they weren't rude either, maybe just a bit hot, and wanting to get out of the heat as soon as possible. While they worked there arose a few problems, and this is where things went off track a bit. Instead of consulting me, or following the laid out directions? I don't know exactly, a few things didn't look right, and when I tried to say something to the foreman, I received less than desirable answers. But he assured me they knew what would last and work the best. Unfortunately, this consequently lead to some issues with the initial install. To this all I have to say is no one takes as much pride in a company as its own employees. Or maybe vetted sub-contractors? Unless they already were. Never the less, after the first week with our new fence we had recognized what the issues were, and called Security Fence to let them know about the problems. They were understanding and said they would send someone out to take a look, and fix the issues, great! After quite sometime we were starting to wounder if they were going to stop out. Then one day while I was mowing the lawn, I noticed one of the smaller problems had been addressed. So soon after we gave them a call to find out what was going on with the other fixes needed. At this time Security Fence was also surprised to hear that not everything had been fixed. I will admit it was now that I became frustrated with things, wrote and posted a review online and emailed the company. Luckily my being irked only lasted a half a day. I want to clarify here and now, Security Fence had not forgotten about us. They were unhappy with the situation as well. And wanted to make it right. The manager emailed me back, and a few correspondence later we were headed in the right direction again. A day or two later there was a company team at our place. These guys were polite and professional. They addressed the concerns and had them fixed in less than two hours. While they were here they let me know multiple times that if I had future issues I should feel free to call the company and they would address them. This was service, and these guys seemed to know what to do, and did it quick. "Great job guys, Thank You!" Today we are happy with the way things turned out. Nothing in this life is ever perfect, but the fence looks and operates like it was professionally installed, because it was. And we are so happy to know Security Fence stands behind their product! Again great job folks over at Security Fence, the Schneider family thanks you!
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