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I'm hoping to have Kate enrolled in military college before she's a troublesome teen... :lol:

 

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BR I gotta agree with the walking away thing. I left it last year and there hasn't been a day go by that I don't find myself missing it, then I remind myself of all the BS that went with the parts I missed, and I get over it...

 

Best of luck with your new work.

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Having to fight the female geo's (the cute one's) off once they hear the Kiwi accent ;-)

 

I hope you all don't have a bad season up there this year, from what I have it's looking pretty tough. Keep ya chins up.

 

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BR I gotta agree with the walking away thing. I left it last year and there hasn't been a day go by that I don't find myself missing it, then I remind myself of all the BS that went with the parts I missed, and I get over it...

 

Best of luck with your new work.

 

Yes Sir!! I can relate to that!! Boss walked in and asked, "Whatta need"? I said a 30 X 30 lift - 30 feet long, 30,000 pounds. He asked, about how much, Í said oh 50 k or there abouts, he said get it!

 

Being installed today!!

 

Can you imagine the looks we would get as wrenchbenders if we told the owners of a few aviation companies that?? Their reactions would be rather colourful, to say the least.

 

Yeah, miss it every day, especially working with some of the great drivers and to a lessor extent, the "Legends in their own minds"drivers!!

 

Life's great!! Heading to Los Wages for 3 days, trade show down there. Boss picks up ALL the tabs!! And I mean ALLL the tabs, if yáll get my drift!!

 

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:huh: I can't imagine you not fixin' them flyin' machines, Bullet! I know you do miss it! But the only constant is change and I'm SO HAPPY FOR YOU; sounds like good and positive changes to meet your lifestyle needs. Yippee! Have a great time in Vegas and don't hurt them one-armed bandits too much! If you get to Caesar's, kick that one on the right end of the bar for me; it owes me A LOT of money...ha! Safe trip, cutie! :bye:

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:huh: I can't imagine you not fixin' them flyin' machines, Bullet! I know you do miss it! But the only constant is change and I'm SO HAPPY FOR YOU; sounds like good and positive changes to meet your lifestyle needs. Yippee! Have a great time in Vegas and don't hurt them one-armed bandits too much! If you get to Caesar's, kick that one on the right end of the bar for me; it owes me A LOT of money...ha! Safe trip, cutie! :bye:

 

 

Keerist!! Now I'm barredf from Caesar's Palace. Was kickin the crap outa the one-armed bandit ( don't play them- just kickin it big time for ya TQN) and the bar tender started muttering about crazy people from Colorada!!

 

Grat trip, play a bit of poker, won a bit of coin, had a great time!!

 

The Boss owns 3 aircraft as well TQN, so I get to keep my finger in the pie and stay current. Still have to take Human factors training every three years so I'm good!

 

Thanks also ofr the "cvutie" thingy! Haven't been called that since Doolittle was an army cadet ( for us Canadians, since Billy Bishop was an air cadet!).

 

Loo after ya self!

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