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2195 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033, USA    
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Innkeeper/s:

Patricia Brubaker, Wayne Brubaker

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Circa 1740. Considered an inn for all seasons, Connecticut River Valley Inn is situated in the midst of the pastoral and picturesque yet progressive town of Glastonbury, Connecticut. Innkeepers Patricia and Wayne...

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Perfect for rehearsal dinners!

We held our rehearsal dinner at the Connecticut River Valley Inn last weekend. In addition, we booked the inn for our bridal parties and ourselves to stay at the night of the rehearsal dinner and the night of the wedding. The Connecticut River Valley Inn was the perfect setting for our BBQ rehearsal dinner - the grounds in the back are gorgeous, the kitchen is well-equipped and easy to use, and there is a pretty trail in the back for taking photographs. The inn was also the perfect place to set up camp with our bridal parties for the duration of our wedding weekend. It was SO fun to have everyone in the same place, and there was plenty of room at the inn for all of us to comfortably fit. Wayne and Pat were so accommodating about providing breakfast for us and extra cots. Breakfast was fantastic both mornings we stayed, and the innkeepers were very sensitive to food allergies, which some of our bridal party appreciated! The Connecticut River Valley Inn was also a great spot for us to meet our photographer, and have our hair and makeup artists comes to get us ready for the wedding. We ended up deciding to do our "first look" at the inn instead of our ceremony venue because the grounds were just that beautiful. We highly recommend Connecticut River Valley Inn for wedding groups that want to get to spend extra time together during the wedding weekend and those who are looking for a beautiful rehearsal dinner location. Pat & Wayne - thanks so much for helping make our wedding extra special!
Jessie Lund

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Beautiful Find!`

Excellent Accommodations. Owners were very helpful with anything you needed. Quiet stay in what looks to be a fairly busy town. Rooms were beautiful and set for a nice tone with their themes. Grounds were very beautiful. Would definately make this a priority weekend getaway.
David Dross
Beacon, NY

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Wonderful Stay

My husband and I stayed here the night after our wedding for the start of our "mini-moon". I was skeptical of the bed and breakfast idea, since I've only seen creepy ones in the movies. This bed and breakfast was beautiful, charming, and elegant. The owners Pat and Wayne were so kind and you can see the amount of thought and care they put into the inn. We stayed in the Winter Solstice room and I seriously want to transplant the design, bed, shower, EVERYTHING into my own home. It was clean, crisp, bright and genuinely beautiful. It was very quiet and we didn't hear any of the other guests. We had breakfast there the next morning and were treated like gold. We sat down at the common table (which was in a beautifully designed dining room) and were served yogurt with fresh berries, and pumpkin waffles with apples, bacon and walnuts. It was delicious. I mentioned to Pat how much I love pumpkin, and she even brought out some pumpkin soup for us to try. Very sweet, and very thoughtful. The grounds are beautiful and very well taken care of. The grass is as green as can be, and there are flowers lining the property. Truly wonderful stay, I'm sorry we didn't stay longer! I would highly recommend this inn to anyone and everyone.
stef horowitz

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Lovely B&B, Great Hosts

Overall a great stay. The house, lawn, and gardens are very pretty, Pat's artistic touches and Wayne's hard work add tons of personality to the property.
Lisa Douglas

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B&B Room for Wedding Prep/Photos

I stayed at the Connecticut River Valley Inn the night before my wedding, my bridesmaids and I used it the morning of the wedding to get ready, we took some pictures on the grounds, and my husband and I stayed the night of our wedding. We stayed in the Spring Rain suite, which was perfect for getting ready, morning photography, etc. The suite was two rooms on the top floor, connected by a bathroom on one side and hallway on another. It was more than enough space for the 5 of us to get ready, with others coming and going, the photographer using one room for detail photos, etc. The suite and the garden/grounds outside were also beautiful for photos. One bridesmaid commented it would be a great location for an elopement :o) The hosts were welcoming and accommodating, the room was beautifully decorated, clean, and comfortable (super comfy bed, my bridesmaid said the pullout was even pretty comfortable), and the breakfast was tasty and varied. We will definitely return for another stay!
Katie Potito

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Wonderful weekend!

My husband & I were there to attend a family reunion in Portland. Glastonbury is a lovely town. The main street is one stately home after another. Good restaurants, coffee shops, wine, gift shops. We loved our two night stay at CRVI. Pat & Wayne couldn't have been more accommodating. Comfortable surroundings, excellent breakfasts, lovely grounds. The Inn was very quiet, although full. Lovely bed linens, towels. Updated bathroom with steam shower-wow! The Inn, built in the 1700's, has been maintained and is full of character. We would definitely stay there again, hopefully longer in order to explore the area. Stayed June 2014
Colleen Mable

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Perfect in Every Way

Our experience was perfect from beginning to end. The hosts are friendly, warm and attentive to your needs -- we got great dinner recommendations each night, too. What really stands out is the attention to detail in the house and grounds -- it is so lovely, and in a great location if you are interested in getting in to Hartford easily, but not staying there. You can't miss choosing this perfect B&B!
Nicole Vanasse

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Perfectly intimate

My husband and I chose this inn to be married because of it's amazing location, friendliness of the inn keepers, and profound atmosphere created by the decor. From mixtures of prints and textiles in the furniture to hand crafted works of art on the walls, it creates an environment that feels like home as soon as you step inside. All the season themed rooms are very cleverly designed down to fine details such as customized shower paneling and art pieces above the fire mantles. We stayed in the spring rain suite and it was everything we wanted it to be, romantic, comfortable, spacious and relaxing. I would recommend this inn to anyone looking to get away for a night, whether you be local or far from home.
Melissa Deverin

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An Amazing Wedding!

My husband and I were married here on 10/12/13 and we couldn't have picked a better venue than this. It was very clean, comfortable and the rooms were all gorgeous. Patricia and Wayne were wonderful hosts, very helpful and very nice. They set up everything we needed for the wedding. The seats for the ceremony, the table and chairs for the reception, the table was decorated so nice with fall colors and flowers. The yard was beautiful and had so many flowers too. We stayed there the entire weekend along with a few of our guests and they loved it there also. They served us breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning and the food was amazing!! I highly recommend this place and will be returning again!
Jesica Steinberg

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Unbelievable Bed & Breakfast!!!!!

You will not believe what a GREAT job Wayne & Pat did on this property. Everything was perfect. There was never a THING that I needed nor was I inconvenienced at any time. Immaculate!
Matt Wright
Draper, UT

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Wonderful Visit

Our family only stayed one evening and I chose the Inn because my sister has a lake house nearby and we had a family reunion. We had a truly wonderful and lovely visit. I only wish we could have made it a longer stay. The rooms were decorated beautifully with a warm and inviting comfort. Pat and her husband Wayne were very helpful and lovely hosts. Breakfast was delicious! The gardens are breathtaking and inviting to spend a afternoon reading a book. Our room had a great view with a balcony. I can't wait for next year's reunion so that I can make it a longer weekend stay. I loved all the attention to details. We'll be back...
Sara gold
Syosset, NY

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Lovely Inn; Charming Town

My husband and I stayed one night and chose the inn based on the lovely photos on the website as well as Glastonbury's relative proximity to Hartford airport. We wish we could have stayed longer! The inn is impecable and inviting. The condition of all the rooms, the decor, the gardens and the attention to detail was simply perfect! We stayed in the winter room and it was ideal for us-- extremely clean, comfortable and stylish without being overdone or kitschy (as is the case with some B&Bs but not this one). The warm welcome and friendly attentiveness from Pat and Wayne was yet another part of the experience that made it so memorable. Finally, Glastonbury is a pretty town with some good restaurants and would make a nice weekend getaway any time of year.
LG Gayle
Atlanta,

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Weekend of a Lifetime!

We recently had a wedding at the Inn. Both families stayed in the rooms and we used the grounds for the reception. Comments from guests said it best, "Absolutely spectacular", "What a setting" and the families just loved the size of the rooms to relax before and after the reception. Pat was a pleasure to work with and was very professional when dealing with caterers etc. We had 90 people at the reception and it was a day to remember for all who attended. Isn't that what everyone wants for their wedding day
Paul Haas
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Great place for an event!

We held my daughter's baby shower at The Connecticut River Valley Inn and it was an event to remember! Pat and Wayne were wonderful and opened their place to us. The house is gorgeous and each room on the main floor was decorated to feel homey and extravagant. Thank you both for your wonderful hospitality!
Drenda Dec

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Amazing

Literally, I was a "pilgrim asking for shelter" during the last winter storm of 2012. My car got stuck in the snow. I took my step 3 in Glastonbury Prometric testing center. When I was ready to leave, the storm was at its peak and I desperately looked for the nearest hotel on my GPS. Wayne was too kind to help me with my stuck car, he parked it in place and Pat gave me the warmest welcome along with Lolo and Widget. I felt safe and at home. The next morning I had the most delicious, healthiest and elegant breakfast, listening Enya's album "And Winter Came"...Heaven sent! ...Prometric test takers, pay attention, you will love this place!
Areli K C

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Lovely B&B

There is nothing not to love at the CT River Valley Inn. Beautiful home with a very comfortable king size bed. Breakfast was delicious and made to order. Lots of great restaurants in the area and many sights to see. Pat and her husband were perfects hosts and I love Lolo and Widget, the B&B dogs.
lorraine charles
mohegan lake, NY

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Romantic & Delightful

We loved this inn. The room was beautifully decorated and very romantic. We had a balcony overlooking the gardens. Breakfast was delicious and every effort was made to meet our dietary restrictions. We will no doubt be back again for a return visit.
Ron Mazzaferro

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The Connecticut River Valley Inn

Beautiful Inn, great host and hostess, many fun guests. The property and rooms are exceptional. Probably one of the nicest Inns I have ever stayed at. Also, Glastonbury is a really nice town, lots to do.
bonnie schoonmaker

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Unexpected Pleasure

I was in Glastonbury to teach a four day class and my reservation was made by the company that hired me. I was expecting the standard hotel /motel with generic lobby and a comfortable but quite forgettable room and a breakfast of rubber egg product. I was completely unprepared for this lovely place. Pat and Wayne Brubaker are great hosts and made my stay a wonderful experience. Their grounds show the thousands of hours of work and the house is fantastic with Pats artistic touches and decorating. The handmade river rock thresholds are unique. The breakfast quiche is great and the place is quite clean. The bed in my room was quite comfortable and the room was very quiet despite facing the main street. The only complaint I can come up with is that a power strip at the desk in my room would make it easier for those of us who have to have more than one device at a time plugged in. Timothy Riley Ipswich, MA.
Timothy Riley
Ipswich, MA

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The place to stay in Glastonbury

My wife and I initially picked this B & B because it was the only one in the area that offered king-size beds, but once we arrived we were blown away by the house, the grounds, and the excellent state of the rooms and their appointments. The innkeepers Pat, Wayne, and Laura were all very friendly and attentive to our needs. We stayed with them for several days, and each morning began with a delicious hand-prepared breakfast. In summary, an excellent place to stay at a price that is competitive with other B & Bs in the area. We will stay there again the next time we visit !
William Stefanov
Houston, TX

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A gem!

The Connecticut River Valley Inn is a gem! From the moment we arrived, my husband and I knew this inn was special. The grounds are enchanting and so peaceful, with gorgeous landscaping and gardens and several inviting places to just sit and relax. Patricia greeted us immediately and welcomed us into her beautiful home. The furnishings are lovely and Pat’s magnificent artwork can be enjoyed throughout the inn. All of the rooms are beautifully decorated, spacious, extremely quiet, and oh so comfortable. We stayed in the Summer Wind room and loved it. We were surrounded by the feel of a summer garden, including charming hand painted flowers and bits of poetry on the shower tiles – and by the way, the shower jets are fantastic! Pat and Wayne were absolutely wonderful hosts. They were friendly, attentive, warm, and so easy to talk with. They made us feel at home right away. Within the first hour, Wayne found us in the dining room and came in to have a chat, and Pat brought us each a glass of wine and set it on the mantle in our room. She stayed a few moments to show us a map of the trail out back that leads to the banks of the Connecticut River, answered some questions about local restaurants (there are several excellent ones), and then she was off. The next morning Wayne and my husband had a great discussion about the inn and the work he and Pat have done on it. Laura, who was helping with breakfast that day, was also very friendly and kind to us. And let me not forget Widget and Lolo, the inn dogs who were as sweet and cute as they could be! Thanks again, Pat and Wayne. Everything was perfect, and we are already looking forward to our next visit!
Patricia Colangelo

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Beautiful B&B

We had a fabulous and very relaxing time! Stunning property and beautiful interior design. The bathrooms are as beautiful as the rooms themselves! Wayne and Pat cooked up a delicious breakfast and we went to Bricco for dinner which was yummy as well :D Very professional, clean, and wonderful service. Enjoy your stay at the Connecticut River Valley Inn!
Konstantin P

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Hosted Our Wedding - We'll be back

We enjoyed a lovely overnight stay after hosting our wedding at the Inn. From the moment that we started the planning process months prior, the Brubaker's were extremely cordial and accommodating They did their very best to anticipate our every need and were still at the ready to help with whatever we may have needed in addition. Both the private and public quarters inside are warm, inviting and nicely appointed - Patricia's artwork that creatively adorns many points in the Inn make it even that much more special. The grounds and gardens were beautiful groomed and tended to and made a picture-perfect backdrop as well. We look forward to visiting again!
Wayne and Valerie Mohrlein
Colchester, CT

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Breathtaking B&B

The Connecticut River Valley Inn is not only beautifully and tastefully decorated inside and out, but Pat and Wayne are amazingly inviting people as well. My boyfriend and I spent 3 days/2 nights there and we did not want to leave. We stayed in the Autumn Glow room and marveled at the detailed decor coupled with the comfort and plushness of the room. It was our first time at the B&B, and we'll definitely be returning. Pat and Wayne were extremely helpful in regards to suggesting restaurants for dinner and other activities in the area, and they always gave us our privacy. And the breakfasts are delicious!
Heather G

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Beautiful home, gracious hosts

Our 2-night stay at The Connecticut River Valley Inn was the perfect get-away. It is a beautiful, spectacularly decorated home, with stunning gardens and impeccably manicured grounds. Pat's lovely artwork is ever present and adds the perfect accent to the guest rooms. The breakfasts we enjoyed were sumptuous and plentiful – if you’re lucky, maybe Pat will serve her breakfast pizza during your visit as well! Wayne was a great source of information about things to do in the area and was extremely helpful in assisting us with mapping out our routes so that we could enjoy more scenery and less local traffic. The home is located in the most charming little town, easily within walking distance to shops and local eateries. You will enjoy your stay at the Inn, I am sure of it.
Lisa Herber

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lovely

We visited during the depths of winter and had a lovely stay with cozy fires, plush bedding, wonderful breakfasts and three feet of snow...a romantic winter wonderland.
jesse b
pasadena, CA
2/21/2011

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Girl's Night at the Inn

I spent a wonderful evening with wonderful friends at the CT River Valley Inn for a girl's night reunion. The Inn could not be more beautiful, down to the smallest detail. And Pat's food was simply delicious. Be sure to try the poppy seed salad dressing!
Christy Grecsek
Sunderland, MA
12/30/2010

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Great inn; even better the 2nd stay

We returned in late October 2010 for a long weekend while visiting our daughter who attends a local university. The innkeepers made us feel so welcome and the inn is very comfortable. We also love their dogs!
Bill Huffer
12/28/2010

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Picturesque in Connecticut

In July my husband and I stayed 5 nights at the Connecticut River Valley Inn in Glastonbury. The centuries-old house has been lovingly and creatively renovated to perfection, including up-to-date conveniences and luxuries one would not expect. The furnishings are comfy and invited us to sit a spell; the linens are luxurious. The ambiance is one-of-a-kind and pleasant. We enjoyed the balcony and picturesque views all around. There is so much to enjoy in the historic Hartford area. Each morning Pat so pleasantly served our breakfast (fresh fruit, warm scones, hot quiche, flavorful juices and coffees). Our breakfast companions were equally pleased with their experiences. Wayne had given dinner/restaurant recommendations to suit our individual preferences, and they were right on target! We heartily recommend the Inn!
Joan F
10/5/2010

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Beautiful B&B in colonial setting

We had such a pleasant stay at the Connecticut River Valley Inn this summer. The location is just right—close to the center of town, so that it’s interesting to take a walk, but set back enough from the street that the room was very quiet. The grounds are beautifully maintained. It would be the perfect place for a wedding reception—there’s even a church next door. Our room was comfortable and attractive. We particularly appreciated the fact that there was ample lighting. The Inn is still new, and it was fun to look at the scrapbooks that show the transformation from a single family home to the freshly created inn. Oh, and breakfast was very good—a nice combination of fresh fruits and yogurt, followed by extravagant French toast. Our tablemates were people who had stayed at the inn before—a testimony to this very agreeable place.
Jeffry Larson
Hamden, CT
9/14/2010

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Charming B&B has many highlights

Charming B&B in an historic New England town. Beautiful grounds. Enjoyed the carillon coming from the church next door, while relaxing in the yard. Hosts were very friendly and accomodating. Dinner recommendation (2 Hopewell) was excellent...best filet mignon we ever had. Bed was extremely comfortable. Beverage maker in the room was much appreciated. A variety of coffees, teas, or hot chocolates could be ready in minutes. Spa shower was unique. Body lotion was the best. All in all, an excellent B&B.
Tom Johnson
Bethlehem, PA
9/6/2010

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A wonderful stay!

I picked this B&B on a whim, and couldn't be more pleased. My intent was to have a pleasant evening, and visit the Mark Twain House (10 min. away) on my way up from Virginia to another permanent destination. I am already planning my return visit. Patricia and Wayne Brubaker, the owners of the inn, have left no detail unvisited. From remote controlled air conditioning (tastefully hidden behind silkscreen) to Bose sound systems and steam bath options, the 300 year old house has much more than the average modern convenience. While the outer structures have retained the beautiful integrity of the historic period Glastonbury is known for, the rooms were full of romantic (but completely updated!) aesthetic. 3 minute's worth of walking brings you to a beautiful river trail, three minutes in the opposite direction brings you to multiple high quality restaurants (I had a great meal at Cafe Pazzo's) and shops. Please, please, please take advantage of the breakfast part of the experience--the quiche alone is fantastic, and the scones, well, I don't want to rub it in too much. I would feel guilty if you couldn't share it. For military folks, the inn has exceedingly generous offer for you--nights in each room for 50% off!!! You won't regret visiting this spot.
Colleen McCusker
Portland, ME
9/5/2010

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Romantic B and B

Had a wonderful time in CT, and am so glad I chose your B and B; beautiful surroundings, comfortable bed, exceptional shower, tasty food with eye candy presentation, not to mention simulating company of humans and pets. Thank you for the info on the ferry to Rocky Hill (Tapestry Rose), as simple as it was, it proved to be almost the highlight of the day.
Kathy Nordling
9/4/2010

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Charming, spacious, plush, stylish!

My fiance and I stayed an extra night at this inn just to soak in the tranquil New England feel of this gorgeous historic home. The innkeepers were helpful and very personable, with plenty of advice on local attractions. Our room was refreshing, with crisp detailed design, high ceilings and a decadent spa-style shower. We enjoyed the modern convenience of wireless internet in a place where otherwise you might feel transported to an earlier period in history. The air was fresh, and the grounds were sprawling and well manicured, and a yummy healthy breakfast was waiting for us in a beautiful salon in the morning! I will definitely be staying here again!
Diana Saville
New York, NY
9/4/2010

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Warm Friendly B&B

A lovely, welcoming B&B. I stayed here with my aunt and mother while visiting family. From the cozy inviting rooms (each artistically created by the owners) to the fabulous breakfast. This is a 5 star B&B--I highly recommend it for a romantic getaway or just traveling through New England!
Nancy Smith
8/5/2010

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A hidden gem in Glastonbury

What a fantasic stroke of luck. The local Hilton Garden was fully booked and I had never really considered a B&B while on business travel. But a Glastonbury local recommended it to me and wow.... What a hidden gem. The owners Pat and Wayne were charming, polite and gave some great insights to the local area. The room was so much better than any hotel room I'd stayed in and had all the facilties. The Pièce de résistance was the breakfast. Freshly cut fruit, a proper cooked breakfast like only your mum could make and a chioce of 10 different coffee varieties. I will certainly be booking in advance for my next trip to the Glastonbury area.
Patrick Murray
6/18/2010

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Best bed and breakfast ever

My husband and I extended our trip by a day so we could stay at this Inn a second night! It is perfect! Gorgeous old home restored with the greatest attention to detail. The rooms are spacious, extremely comfortable, quiet and private. Who knew a remote control could start up the gas fireplace and heat the room! California king bed, body spray showers, linens, towels - all chosen for ultimate comfort. The rooms lack no modern convenience. Pat's artistic touches are everywhere - making each room a very unique setting. Pat and Wayne are warm, welcoming and very friendly Innkeepers/homeowners. They make every effort to provide for every need and answer every question. Their pride in their home is well deserved. Their attention to detail is remarkable. Pat's breakfast was delicious and hearty - she has many talents!
Ginny S
11/14/2009

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