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Old 01-04-2012, 11:46 AM
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New tothe NC chapter

Hi Guys
I got my new to me 01 7.3 F250 4wd long bed a few months ago. I am in East Bend NC which is 16 miles west of Winston Salem. I look forward to talking and learning from this group. I have had Fords since 1968 but this is my first PU, My other ride is a hot air balloon.

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Old 01-04-2012, 08:36 PM
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That's a nice stump puller you have there.
Ford's since 68, there's a lot of info to share.

Are you one of them feller's that's always scraping your basket on our tree tops? Bet you got some cool "uh oh" moments.

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Old 01-04-2012, 09:39 PM
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Thanks for the welcome. I really enjoyed the old stuff these new machines are rtoo complex.
Yea I am one of those tree scrapers. Most of my uh oh moments came years ago now I am a fair weather flyer I try to avoid any excitement.
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Welcome aboard Captjack. Glad to see another member. Especially one with a hobby that has fascinated people for so many years. I am one of the idiots who just stand and stare at the hot air balloons when they fly overhead. I always think of how peaceful and tranquill it must be. But back to my world. Good to see you here and don't be a stranger.
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Thanks I am happy to be here I hope I can add some value to the group.
The balloon thing is a little more than a hobby. It is one of the things I do to hopefully keep ahead of the tax collector. That's one of the reasons I got my rig.at least that's I told my wife.
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