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Vol XVII – #071 – Setting Up

A perfect day to set-up the tents for the wine festival, sunny, warm and no wind. Below: I’m guessing a1977 International scout in fantastic condition. The ’77s were manufactured with rust pitted steel shipped over from Japan. For some obscure reason after being advised not to use the steel, IH Fort Wayne used it anyway.  The result was 100% of the… Read more »

Vol XVII – #067 – Meggen’s Monday

  An elevated view: last week I had an amazing opportunity – to fly in a seaplane over my favorite place on earth! Inspired and windblown (yes, the windows were open the entire flight; remove the lens hood…). Many thanks to Brian Bishop for graciously making it happen and to NMC for the use of the sea plane. I hope… Read more »

Vol XVII – #062 More Scattered Showers

Another day of scattered showers and April temperatures. June 1st at about 11:30AM, Scott Craig updated Bob Willard’s story with a surprise conclusion … the poem he recited each opening day of golf at LCC. It’s airs on WTCM, 580AM. “The Story Next Door.” .

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