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Old November 29th 20, 01:17 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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This past week a very nice gentleman came to our club and offered his services as an instructor and ride pilot. Let me say this, this sport needs more people like Chuck Waldo. Sorry that it was so cold here today Chuck, ha ha . Take care of yourself in NH, come back to Vero Beach soon and we will once again have the grill cooking burgers and dogs. Thanks, Bob
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