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My name is Chris and I live in the San Francisco Bay area in the City of Benicia. I have a good wife, awesome step-daughter, and three furry animals. When my wife and daughter are reading their kindles, I'm searching, learning, and obsessing over Tattoo Art. I like this community. I think the people and their experiences are my favorite part about this forum. Thank you.

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Thank you Reyeslv. Yes, I'm really excited to get some work done by Yokohama Horiken at State of Grace. Its my left chest and half sleeve. Dahlias, maple leaves, and a butterfly.

Welcome...Maybe I will see you at State of Grace. I am usually there every other Saturday.

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Welcome...Maybe I will see you at State of Grace. I am usually there every other Saturday.

Thanks for the welcome. I booked all Sunday sessions, and that was the best that worked with my schedule. Will commute for good ink!

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