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    Where's the snow Joe!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Where's the snow Joe!?!
    It's and Hour and a half North of us in the Adirondack's !!!!!

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    [QUOTE=Cubdriver2;14664]Stillwater Res AD


    There it is Tom !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    When are we headed up? I gotta be in Sebring this coming weekend, but any one of them after that! 8:50's are on, skis clip on in five minutes flat. I'm ready!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubdriver2 View Post
    Can't really call this a ski thread. I could have been on wheels all weekend and it would have been a lot smoother. NYC got 26" and we got nothing but sunshine.
    Heading north on Sat

    10-12 inches of ice on Lake Champlain between Fort Ticonderoga and Shoreham VT. 2-3 inches of snow elsewhere, more as you go north. Good for tires.

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    Sport Island pub, really rough on skis


    Somebody ended up spending the night
    10-12 inches of ice on Lake Champlain between Fort Ticonderoga and Shoreham VT. 2-3 inches of snow elsewhere, more as you go north. Good for tires.

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    Last week I did a demo down in Linden, NJ. Flew the Hudson VFR Corridor to get there and back. Dead simple and fun. Everyone should do it once:

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    Cool pics, Clay!!!
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    RIP Bill
    We lost a great one in the world of antique airplanes last night. My good friend Bill Kings battle with respiratory failure ended last night. Bill is a major reason the Old Rhinbeck Aerodrome is still in existence today. Anyone who visited the Aerodrome was graced with Bills easy going personality. 40+ years of dedication to the Aerodrome. I'll post more on Bill later.

    RIP good friend

    Glenn

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    I think Bill was 79 in this clip, doing what he loved best.

    The youtube title is wrong. It's a 50hp Franklin not a 35 radial

    https://youtu.be/DAyIh1SUOWk

    Glenn

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