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    Dave Mason

  • #2
    Good morning, Dave and crew. Thanks for the breakfast, I need the energy for my bike ride. I'm heading out before it gets too hot.

    I'm going to the club today to help get ready for our open house next Saturday.

    Have a good day.

    "Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect." Captain A. G. Lamplugh


    • #3
      Good Morning Dave and George. Just coffee for me and a quick look at the forums. Severe thunderstorms are the forecast for this afternoon, but we're heading out for a Balloon Rally this morning, and it should be ok for an early ride, but perhaps not later in the day. I wish I could can-up some of this heat for winter.All have a safe day.



      • #4
        Good morning Dave, George, Rich and the rest of the crew. The sun is just breaking through the clouds as I type. This should be the last hot/humid day for a while. Those storms others have mentioned should come through late this afternoon and lead in a string of days with less humidity and temps in the low 80's.

        Yesterday Bonnie and I visited a layout that will be open for the Fall meet of the GSD. I took pictures for the publicity notices that Chuck (wvrr) will develop. The plans for that October meet are just about done now.

        Today we will head out towards the Delaware Water Gap to visit the layout of a GSD member who expressed interest in opening his layout for a future meet.

        Have a great day!


        • #5
          Good morning Dave and crew, It's 70 and raining in Cleveland this morning going to 80 later. I'll have some of that great coffee and a couple eggs fried please Going out for a bit then maybe over to see the grandson who just got back from scout camp and is going to be tired and muddy, he was in the woods a week. That's about all and will be looking forward to the pictures of the NMRA nationals. Tom


          • #6
            Good morning crew. Well the storms came through last night giving us over an inch of rain. The sky was constantly lit up over Lake Ontario with lightening. It was beautiful. Going to be doing some Division work this mornin and then I think this afternoon I may try installing a decoder. I haven't done one for a couple of years. Have a great day.
            Chuck Faist

            Burlington, Ontario

            Enjoy yourself it is later than you think!


            • #7
              Morning crew, Bright and sunny down here at the convention, we just left to start the 14 hour ride home and we have the hammer down. It was a great time. Got to meet a few members too! Everyone have a good day.


              • #8

                Originally posted by ELK RIVER RR

                over to see the grandson who just got back from scout camp and is going to be tired and muddy, he was in the woods a week. Tom

                Scout camp is great. I spent over 25 years in Scouting and enjoyed every minute with a lot of great memories. The National Jamboree is being held in WV this week and looks like they're having a great time.
                Dave Mason


                • #9
                  Good to see every one up this morning. It's nice and pleasant here this. Morning after overnight storms wiped the slate clean.

                  No big plans still chilling after surgery Thursday.

                  Everyone have a good day.

                  BE SAFE!!
                  Karl Scribner-Curmudgeon

                  Cedar Swamp
                  SW of Manistique, MI

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                  • #10
                    Late afternoon RR-L Crew. No Dave, I was here at 6 AM but needed to get on the road so I didn't post. Well, we lost out on our sunset sail last night. We were just about to board the sloop when they canceled the trip. Said it was too choppy and also a chance for a T-Storm. No T-Storm developed all night in Bar Harbor. We think it was because they had only sold about 1/3rd of the available tickets and that wasn't cost effective to go out.

                    Anyway, we are in a Holiday Inn now in Taunton and a big T-Storm just blew threw. of course I had the windows in my car down a 1/2" because of the 95 degree weather. I'll need a towel when we go out to go fetch Chris but that will be about 1AM as his train is running 6.5 hours late. Couple that with us sitting in stopped traffic on I-495 for an hour and this day fits in with the rest of them we've experience on this trip. Something about New England I think. [}]

                    Everyone have a FUN and Safe Day in the Train Yard.