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Old 06-11-2014, 01:41 PM   #169
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Old 06-11-2014, 02:12 PM   #170
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I like to modify things so they go faster...cars, trucks, boats, snowmobiles whatever. I'm thinking about a bigger turbo on the ISB next.....so I am Must Go Faster ;-)

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Old 06-11-2014, 04:17 PM   #172
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:25 PM   #174
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Spent last 10 years of my federal career heading up a rope access team, inspecting large concrete dams all over the western U.S. hanging on ropes. Based at Hoover Dam, we rappelled through all four intake towers, inspected the face of the dam, and did a number of repairs that had to be done hanging on ropes. We also did many repairs at a wide variety of dams from Montana to Southern California. We also trained the Las Vegas fire department in high angle rescue and the park rangers at Mount Rushmore, giving me a chance to sit on Lincoln's nose.

Taken from the traditional exchange of commands uttered during rock climbing, the climber states, "climbing", and his belayer indicates his readiness to man the belay line by stating, "climb on".

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Old 06-11-2014, 08:49 PM   #175
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In Vietnam I was a Forward Air Controller (FAC), radio call sign was Cutie150, thus CutieFac.
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33 years and going....nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (minuteman ICBM)
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Old 06-12-2014, 04:57 PM   #178
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Old 06-12-2014, 08:39 PM   #179
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Great thread!

We had two large dogs (a collie muttley & a
huskie/shepherd), camping fairly comfortably in our pop-up....

Then last January we came across Hank (90 lb lab/rot) going down a busy country road. His dog tags took us to an abandoned house trailor(= abandoned dog!!), neighbors told us he'd been running loose for about 3 weeks (when it was hitting 14 below here!).
We couldn't just take him to the pound... Soon discovered he needed knee surgery, etc, etc. And of course he wouldn't fit in the pop-up.... So of course we had to get the motorhome...

I have to laugh when I read about watching the weights on things you take with you, that it affects mileage - we have about 240lbs of 'dog weight' with the three now! lol!!!!!
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Grandson would say Narampa instead of Grandpa???
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I m an amputee with a missing left arm replaced by a prosthesis with a hook when I am at work. Thus, the UID Hooky.
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My dear Mother used to call me Timmy Joe when I was a little tyke. When I first got on the net and needed a handle I decided on TeJay.


TeJay (Tim) Auto Instructor 35 yrs (4-yrs USAF) Liz: RN/ WBGO 2014 Vista 30T/ F-53/ CHF/5-Star/Koni/Centramatics * Bella- Golden/Cocker mix & Louie-The cat / All Retired
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