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Old 03-23-2009, 02:36 PM
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Default Judy's right

I know thats the AQ I think that was taken by one of the passanger on the DQ at Natchez under the Hill on the first run up the Mississippi.I was there and many of us had camcorders and a couple were very good at it and would have been able to dub over the sound track. THe Dq had to move from port so the AQ could dock and she went up river ahead of us on the DQ and came back to port inside us and we came along side her. If you look hard enought you will see someone waving there hand of the side of the DQ.

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