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I agree Chris.......I spent 18 years in Tucson.......was there when Phoenix hit 125 and the planes couldn't fly. Myself.....I was working on the flightline at that time. Couldn't be out more than 20 mins an hour during the day. Then....some moron decided to do a chem warfare exercise. We were in condition red for 2 hours. Anyone that has done this can attest to the sweat, smell and overall pissed off attitude that comes from wearing a chem suit. My mask kept filling up with sweat......nice feeling....
But Phoenix is where the fun is........Firebird Raceway, Phoenix International Raceway, lakes, mountains, great nightlife.......no rust, salt...or....snow below 4000 feet, old cars,.....and miles and miles of riding where you don't see a house!
Last edited by KDR; 08-04-2009 at 05:49 PM.
and you don't have to mow the stinkin grass----and you can breathe
Hey Kurt, that is good to hear. I understand your sentiments regarding the area. I lived in places that the sun shines. I also recognize that having a business with these economic times can be difficult anywhere. Warren is a tough hood, I know from working there. Good tidings wherever you go and enjoy lots of sunshine for me. Denise
So thatís why nobody answers the door. I thought maybe you saw me coming and locked them. Sorry to hear about you leaving Kurt. It sure was great having you here when ever I needed something. Iíll miss the bull sessions as well. Guess you canít make a living selling me gaskets and oil. LOL -Steve
Guys, don't get me wrong, I'm still in the area and still selling parts. As usual, I can get you whatever you need, just e-mail or call.
I'm working on a new project that is the biggest I've ever done and will change the way you buy parts. I have a crew of 6 people working on it and expect to have it up and running next spring. It's big, user friendly and will be more interactive. It's pretty cool for the customer. I can't wait to launch it.
Kurt, I just had no luck contacting you on the phone. I was trying to get a Betty Boop wristlet for my friends daughter and I got a call back that you had it and how much it was. I couldn't get any call back as to when you would be available to come up there to buy it. I left my cell number and never heard anything. What's my choice but to get something else to take to Wauseon for her this year. I felt I let her down, but I tried. Denise