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I was looking at the profiles of some and saw they were MEMBERS and I was still a NEWBIE, even if I did join earlier and my feelings were hurt, then I realized that it was my fault for not having posted enough times. So I thought I'd introduce myself. I live in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Disabled, it get easier say that if you say it a lot, & I hate it, from a plane crash. Always loved exploring and now I do it from a Trooper. I love to share my photos too, so I just keep adding to my collection at http://community.webshots.com/user/kinarfi. I spend a fair amount of time on the computer too. Married to a wonderful gal, Linda, and have 2 grown children and 3 grandkids, Don't you just love grand kids?

Jeff

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Kinarfi, mate after seeing those photo's of your plane crash, you are indeed a very lucky man. You must of done something that only a very skilful pilot can do at the last minute to survive it. From what I've seen of Utah, like Az you've got lots of exploring areas to do in the T2. It will take longer than your plane but at least it will give you a different perspective.

Cheers Mike.

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I was looking at the profiles of some and saw they were MEMBERS and I was still a NEWBIE, even if I did join earlier and my feelings were hurt, then I realized that it was my fault for not having posted enough times. So I thought I'd introduce myself. I live in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Disabled, it get easier say that if you say it a lot, & I hate it, from a plane crash. Always loved exploring and now I do it from a Trooper. I love to share my photos too, so I just keep adding to my collection at http://community.webshots.com/user/kinarfi. I spend a fair amount of time on the computer too. Married to a wonderful gal, Linda, and have 2 grown children and 3 grandkids, Don't you just love grand kids?

Jeff

Oh Jeff! I was just looking at your plane photos, you are a very skilled pilot and one very blessed man.

George and I are looking forward to going exploring with you and Linda next summer. By the way Grandkids are the best! George and I both agree that if we knew they were so much fun be would have tried to find a way to have them first.

Cinda

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Oh Jeff! I was just looking at your plane photos, you are a very skilled pilot and one very blessed man.

George and I are looking forward to going exploring with you and Linda next summer. By the way Grandkids are the best! George and I both agree that if we knew they were so much fun be would have tried to find a way to have them first.

Cinda

My dad always told me to be a bachelor and to teach my kids the same. He forgot to tell me about grand kids, but then he hadn't met the ones I gave him yet either. :rolleyes:

Now that I think about it, I wonder if dad told my 2nd son the same story? No kids, yet, but we're hoping. (Some kids parents! ay!)

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I wish I could take credit for surviving my crash. What saved me is that a rancher and his son saw me crash and got help coming and got me out of the plane in short order, I actually can't remember a thing from that day and was in a coma for the next 2 or 3 days. A nurse told me that with my injuries, I may have survived for about 30 minutes with out help. :(

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I wish I could take credit for surviving my crash. What saved me is that a rancher and his son saw me crash and got help coming and got me out of the plane in short order, I actually can't remember a thing from that day and was in a coma for the next 2 or 3 days. A nurse told me that with my injuries, I may have survived for about 30 minutes with out help. :(

Bless that rancher and his son.

Cinda

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