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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Wow, one of the best so far.
    Thanks for sharing.......

    17) What is one thing you've always wanted to do, but haven't done yet in your lifetime?
    Earn my private pilots license.
    That will happen within the next few years.
    My stepfather owned a 1946 Aeronca Chief before he met and married my mother.
    I saw an old picture of him with his plane and always thought it would be great to fly.
    He sold the plane around the time I was born, but when his health started failing a few years ago I did some snooping vai the FAA and Canadian MOT.
    The aircraft was still registered and flying in BC, Canada!
    I told him this before he passed on and this seemed to please him.
    My brother, a NWA pilot and I plan on buying the plane and bringing her home.
    Guess I'll have to learn how to fly the darn thing, huh?!?!
    I am very impressed my friend.
    Very impressed indeed.
    Again, thanks for sharing.

    ;D
    Thank you "My Friend."
    Hopefully some day we'll meet at a PP.O tailgating session and exchange war stories.
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Wow, one of the best so far.
    Thanks for sharing.......

    17) What is one thing you've always wanted to do, but haven't done yet in your lifetime?
    Earn my private pilots license.
    That will happen within the next few years.
    My stepfather owned a 1946 Aeronca Chief before he met and married my mother.
    I saw an old picture of him with his plane and always thought it would be great to fly.
    He sold the plane around the time I was born, but when his health started failing a few years ago I did some snooping vai the FAA and Canadian MOT.
    The aircraft was still registered and flying in BC, Canada!
    I told him this before he passed on and this seemed to please him.
    My brother, a NWA pilot and I plan on buying the plane and bringing her home.
    Guess I'll have to learn how to fly the darn thing, huh?!?!
    I am very impressed my friend.
    Very impressed indeed.
    Again, thanks for sharing.

    ;D
    Thank you "My Friend."
    Hopefully some day we'll meet at a PP.O tailgating session and exchange war stories.

    Consider it done.
    Would have to include a few Barley Pops of course and maybe some of Jargo's wine.
    ;D
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

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    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    [b]PP.O name: PacNWVike
    Another great entry in the series!
    Glad to know more about ya, PacNW!

    =Z=
    Thanks Zeus.
    I look forward to seeing you again at another "pilgrimage" and singing the Viking song with you!
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    That is a great read...nice to know you, PacNWVike.

    Pink Floyd rocks...

    Great suff here. ;D
    Thanks Mike.
    View the Live 8 disc with Floyd on it...
    the whole band back together for a few songs.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "Vikes_King" wrote:
    wow, definitely an interesting read Pac.
    Never knew any of that about you... sounds likes you've lived quite the interesting life so far
    Thanks VK!
    Keep working hard.
    You have
    a bright future.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "shockzilla" wrote:
    Good to know more about you Pac. Looking forward to seeing you again when you make your NEXT annual pilgrimage...
    You da wildman Shock!
    Last time I remember seeing you was at Joe Sensers with other PP.O faithful.
    We'll party hearty again this year my man!
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

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    Very nice read PacNWV. I can relate to this..........

    As my brother and I looked at the various items in the display cases Bud Grant came walking out and chatted with her for a few moments.
    He hung around for a while and then went back to the rear offices.
    I was so stunned and awed by his presence, I didn't go forward to introduce myself!
    I've regretted that to this day...
    About 5 years ago Winona, MN had a grand opening for a new Menards store that was put up. Their big draw was Bud Grant who was their to sign autographs & sell some of his paintings. I stood in line & got his autograph on an 8x10 photo he handed out & also on a mini helmet I brought along.

    Even though he was much older & a little slower than what we're used to seeing on the sidelines, he gives off an incredible aura of greatness that you could literally feel. You can't help but stand there & be stunned & in awe by his presence when that aura envelops you. You just can't.
    You are absolutely correct Singer.
    Bud Grant has an aura that is hard to explain until your are in his presence.
    I was "star struck."
    He certainly does.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "PacNWVike" wrote:
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    Nice to hear some more about you councillor
    ;D and I'll be sure to hold you to those beers as well !
    Perhaps we'll hook up this year Anglo.
    Let me know which game you'll attend here in The Colonies.
    Grog on me!
    8)
    Currently the game we have in mind is the Bears game at the Dome in November. Think the wife wants to hit the Thanksgiving sales again !
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    Good stuff PNW, look forward to meeting you someday.
    I also enjoy the Philippines, lived there for three years and make occasional trips to visit friends there.
    I'll volunteer to go on a suicide mission with you and fly across the Pacific in a small crappy plane with you when you get your pilot's license.
    A surreal trip across the largest ocean listening to Floyd and landing on a rice terrace in Banawe.
    Sounds like a good trip.
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    Re: " PP.O's Who are they really? " 20 Questions with PacNWVike ...

    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    "VikingMike" wrote:
    That is a great read...nice to know you, PacNWVike.

    Pink Floyd rocks...

    Great suff here. ;D
    Thanks Mike.
    View the Live 8 disc with Floyd on it...
    the whole band back together for a few songs.
    Pink Floyd is awesome indeed.
    I used to listen to "Animals" every night while falling asleep.
    It is actually my favorite album.
    Do you guys play every song?
    I can't imagine playing a song that last for 20 minutes...
    Rock out with your cock out!!!

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