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More photos from the 2019 PDC!!!








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Wow, 1 week in and half way through and I think I have 2 months worth of info to digest and wrap my head around.

This has been utterly awesome so far with no expectation of getting any less so.

Not only is Allen an awesome instructor, but the others in the class are amazing people. So much knowledge and skills that you want to eavesdrop on every conversation because so much great stuff is being shared between the fellow participants outside of class.

Also can't go without saying, Paul and Jocelyn have been great. It is wonderful to be here with them and they are a pleasure to be around.

Another must is to say how wonderful the Boots have been. Fred, Jaqi, Zack, Taylor have all been awesome. If anyone is considering becoming a Boot, stop hesitating and just do it. You will be in good company.

The experience here has overwhelmingly been good and I humbly thank all involved here from fellow class members to staff, this is a life changing time and something that I will always look back on fondly.
 
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What a great group.  What an excellent PDC.  

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