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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Aug 10 2006, 9:28PM

Hey Cameron, looks to me like you shouldn't have put wheels on that buggy, but wings instead!

Rolf: I only have one thing to say about that '72... :shock: :shock: :shock:

I sure hate to hear that you had to sell her, she's GORGEOUS. Is it a 396?
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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 5:18AM

This is what I like to do when I'm not building cabinets....
We lived for days on nothing but food and water.
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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 5:22AM

This is what I like to do when I'm not building cabinets....
We lived for days on nothing but food and water.

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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 5:54AM

OK, I gonna try this one more time...
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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 6:18AM

Ok, I don't know what I'm doing wrong here but here it goes again...
This picture if it loads this time is of me taking my wife's cousin on a tandem skydive. I have been skydiving for 15 years now and still love it just as much as the first time I did it.
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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 7:22AM

YeeeeeeeeeeeHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I used to do that a long time ago when I had color in my hair like you do--well, it was never actually like your's is but you know what I mean :lol: .

How many jumps you got under your belt? Do you do BASE jumps or strickly sane (aircraft) jumps? Have you done any high altitude jumps?

My highest were 15,000 feet and they sure were a blast but I'll never forget my first jump. I think that low altitude static line jump was every bit as exciting as a 15,000 foot free fall.

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fishin

Postby Kenneth Rychlik » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 8:03AM

Mine is fishin. It used to be woodworking, but I'm makin to much money to call it a hobby. KR
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Postby Mike Bowers » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 8:48AM

Nice Bass! 6-7lbs?
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Postby Kenneth Rychlik » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 8:53AM

That one was 5.25 I'm sure they don't compare to Florida bass, but they sure are fun to play with. KR

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Postby Mike Bowers » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 8:57AM

Don't they say the camera alway's adds a few pounds :lol: :lol:
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Postby Wayne Burrell » Fri, Aug 11 2006, 12:38PM

Hey Dan, I have about 2600 jumps now. I have a coulple of base jumps on the the New River Gorge bridge in West Virginia, that was back in 1999. Haven't base jumped since but would like to. My highest jump is from 17,000 ft. I learned to skydive through static line. :D
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Postby Michael Rice » Mon, Aug 14 2006, 7:17PM

I'm glad to see so many car guys on the forum. Here's my 68 Mustang GT fastback.
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Postby Michael Rice » Mon, Aug 14 2006, 7:18PM

I'm glad to see so many car guys on the forum. Here's my 68 Mustang GT fastback.
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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Mon, Aug 14 2006, 7:46PM

Sweet lookin' ride, Michael. Hey, wanna race? Classic... Ford vs. Chevy. What'll she do in the 1/4 mile?

On another note, I can't help noticing your name and location. We may well be related. My great-great-great-great (not sure if I got the right number of greats in there) grandpa Wilson \"Rough\" Rice published a newspaper in Rutledge in the early 1870's. \"Rough Rice's Ready Reporter\".
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Postby DanEpps » Mon, Aug 14 2006, 8:52PM

I'll take you on when I get my '34 Ford pickup finished Jeremy. After all, it will be \"built Ford tough with Chevy parts\" so every one wins :wink: .


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