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Old 05-11-2004, 06:06 AM   #29
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Tons of RV-friendly hobbies here!

Lure coursing with my hounds, designing and making quilts, drawing, painting, photography, jewelry making, kayaking, hiking, reading, writing, collage ...

I'm sure I've forgotten some.
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Old 05-11-2004, 06:34 AM   #30
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Lets see.........bowling, quilting, painting, decorating my house, my 32 grandkids and 6 great grandkids, collecting antique miniatures (that is diminishing now that I don't want to worry about "stuff" and prefer to just up and go RV ing). Like Karen I'm sure I've forgotten some
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Old 05-21-2004, 04:59 PM   #31
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Guitars/singing/motorcycles/hunting/golf/fishing/scuba, and helping my Dad in his wood shop a day each week.
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Old 05-21-2004, 05:40 PM   #32
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Old 05-25-2004, 03:29 PM   #33
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Old 05-31-2004, 08:10 PM   #34
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I build and fly RC planes. Use to fly control line when I was a kid. Got into RC in 1988. I some times like to go fishing.
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Old 06-09-2004, 10:10 PM   #35
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Finding new airport breakfast spots that I can fly my Cessna 182 to with my buddy pilots. Doing my weekly Rockin' 50's and 60's radio (request) show on KFOK LP FM, 95.1. Ham radio (KD6APA) and spending a great deal of time on the computer checking out the RV forums and repeating over and over to myself... "I Don't Need a Diesel Pusher"...."I Don't Need a Diesel Pusher". (I may want one but I don't need one!) Fishing Eagle Lake and trying to catch that monster Eagle Lake trout that's hiding in that 22 mile long lake. If I catch him/her I promise I'll release it.

Wife is a talented artist and spends a great deal of time doing pen & inks for her friends. She also very much enjoys feeding and caring for the little critter orphans that are turned over to the Sierra Wildlife Rescue Center. She also likes trolling for trout. She's also a ham (KE6SNC). And of course we both very much enjoy Rv'ing with our friends and playing "Pay Me".

How in the world did we ever have enough time to work???

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Finding new airport breakfast spots that I can fly my Cessna 182 to with my buddy pilots ... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

I have a secret spot for chow that is a couple blocks from my shop. I have often wondered why it isn't patronized by more of my surrounding locals in this business district, but it just isn't a spot (airport) where a lot of people would think to eat. it is therefore with great reluctance that i share my secret spot.


http://www.airsports.com/airports/myf/home.html

I think there is a window in the link posted above to their Casa Machada restaurant. I will be the guy in the corner eating a plate of tacos and occaisionally a large margarita. Please do not let anyone else read this.

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Old 06-10-2004, 01:05 PM   #37
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Pat, I got one for you, its a place for dinner , not breakfast here in Mesa, AZ its called Anzios's Landing after the WWII site, has that type of motif, it is located at the East end of Fallon Field here in Mesa. You park your plane on the tarmac and walk thru the gate.
Great Italian food and romantic atmosphere.
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Hey Jim & Fatdog:

Thanks for the tips. Both places are a little far from Georgetown but I've got the info down. I'll be sure not to tell anyone, except maybe my listening audience.

Hope to meet you guys someday...

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We like going to San Diego alot, whats your station, and where can we hear you ?
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You're not going to hear me in AZ, not unless the skip is really good. I do a weekly show every Weds. from 2 - 5 pm on KFOK FM 95.1 in Georgetown, CA. Show is titled The Pat Leeds Rockin' 50's & 60's Show. Also do a two hour interview show from 9 - 11 am called The Saturday Morning Show on the forth Sat. of each month. If you ever get up this way let me know. Can be reached at pleeds@kfok.org.

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This is an interesting thread from a couple years ago, anyone else want to post?

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