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Old 08-11-2010
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So, any plans for the air show?

Besides not getting run over by a yahoo drivin' an overpowered floating condo.

Oddly enough ours are in flux. Ensign may be out of town, Lieutenant is all but beached, i may not have enough crew! Oh well, not surprised if peeps come out of the woodwerk come Friday's noisy practice, which i've taken off werk.
We normally try to anchor right on the north flight line as close as reasonable.
Anyone go to the playpen to watch it, is the view any good. Thinking it is potentially safer since it is a little more protected, or is it too crowded.

Let's consider this an open local thread also. Post up and say hello even if you avoid the madness like a New Orleans resident leaving town during Mardi Gras.
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huh?i saw a shooting star the other night does that count,mardi gras hey i get lots of beads there
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We plan on either anchoring off the buoy line saturday or sunday depending on the weather.

They just started practicing in the loop at noon here; should be a fun weekend!
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