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Dearborn
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Hello from Wyoming

Post by Dearborn » Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:52 pm

Although the last time I visited Death Valley was January, 1973, I have visited this and other DV forums for at least 7-8 years. I grew up in central California, worked my way through college in a number of positions in Yosemite and finally accepted a seasonal ranger position in Yellowstone. I am now retired from law enforcement after almost a 29-year career and I stay busy with amateur history, archaeology, ATV touring, amateur radio, woodworking, etc. It is a bit too cool to pursue most of those hobbies on the east side of Yellowstone at the moment, so I have visited this forum quite a bit lately. I mostly read your excellent posts, but I have communicated with a few members. Keep up the good work!

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David_Bricker
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Re: Hello from Wyoming

Post by David_Bricker » Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:52 pm

Welcome - quite a few of us aren't local to the Death Valley/ Panamint Valley, but we all enjoy the area.

Do take the time to read our forum rules. They are very few, but we do avoid politics and religion, since it almost never ends well.

David Bricker / SYR

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Norman Johnson
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Re: Hello from Wyoming

Post by Norman Johnson » Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:47 pm

DB,

I have visited Yellowstone once as a young man and enjoyed the experience. I saw a moose, and buffalo, and the Old Faithful.

Woodworking is my profession. Need to talk on the subject, let me know. My great work is a sailboat I built about 30 years ago. I still have it. All the other stuff I do, is just another day at the office.

NJ

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Panamint Charlie
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Re: Hello from Wyoming

Post by Panamint Charlie » Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:07 pm

Howdy Mr. B. Been a while since I heard from you. Glad to see you're still around.

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Re: Hello from Wyoming

Post by Clodhopper » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:44 pm

Welcome aboard Dearborn!
Jack AKA Clodhopper
Oh well, moving along smartly!

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