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 Post subject: Intro from The Old Dominion
PostPosted: 29 Apr 2021, 08:20 


Joined: 11/29/18
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Aircraft: A36, 182P, PA-18
Greetings, my name is tom. I fairly recently acquired a '79 A36, sweet plane with tip tanks, tks, and a 550. I also fly a 182P and a PA-18, which I operate off my cattle farm in Spotsylvania County VA. I'm quickly learning the A36, flew it to Austin TX non-stop and back about a week ago, it has some serious range with the tip tanks. Learning the characteristics and quirks. Happy to be here, contribute what I can and learn from ya'll.


 Post subject: Re: Intro from The Old Dominion
PostPosted: 29 Apr 2021, 12:09 

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Hi Tom, welcome to BT! :thumbup:

Whenever I get a stack of resumes, I throw out half.
I don't want unlucky people working for me.


 Post subject: Re: Intro from The Old Dominion
PostPosted: 03 Jun 2021, 03:46 


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Location: KJYO
Aircraft: C-182, GA-7
Welcome!! Spotsy certainly is gorgeous country! Plus, we do love the cattle farms around here, particularly because a little sugar, eggs, and flavoring makes great ice cream. I am convinced the best tasting moo juice comes from Virginia and WV cattle!


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