View Full Version : My flying country
07-29-2004, 02:58 AM
Some pics from my flights.
07-29-2004, 03:00 AM
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07-29-2004, 03:03 AM
Find my Morane on final....
07-29-2004, 03:13 AM
Thanks Paul, for the pics.
07-29-2004, 04:34 AM
That's mighty pretty country, Paul. Thanks for sharing it. Wow, those shadows are really long this time of the year. Quite far north, huh?
07-29-2004, 04:45 AM
I think PT kays area looks alot like Stans area, maybe a little better though! Nice pics! Show us some pics of your plane PT.
07-29-2004, 05:00 AM
Ron, the plane pics are on the OffTopic/Hi again thread.
07-29-2004, 05:10 AM
I found them. Cool!
07-29-2004, 05:47 AM
I just posted some more air2air :-)
07-29-2004, 07:30 AM
Beautiful pictures, marvellous country, Paul. Thank you for sharing them with us. I just bought a digital camera and I am learning to use it(I am very bad with these things). May be able to return your kindnest with pictures of Panama from the air.
07-29-2004, 08:19 AM
Dzien Kuje. Was I even close on the spelling? I used to speak it fluently when I was a kid, but time takes it's toll. Even though all 4 of my grandparents came from Poland, this is the first time I've ever seen any nice photos like this. They all came here when they were very young. It looks very similar to the farm country outside Chicago, where I originally am from, right Stan?
07-29-2004, 10:37 AM
Ken, I was even thinking today of asking you about your roots.
The spelling for Polish "Thank You" is "Dziękuję".
(In case you miss the Polish characters it's "Dziekuje")
And the "ę" sounds like "en", so your spelling was pretty close !
As I understand, you live in San Diego. My uncle George (Jerzy) Kujawski
lives in Woodland Hills, on the other side of LA (San Fernando Valley).
I visited him last year, he is already 82, but still speaks fluent Polish.
He left Poland during WWII, almost grown up, married in England and
moved over Canada to US.
Non of his kids (my cousins) speaks the language.
I was in California also in 1991 and at that time visited some of
my uncle's friends in San Diego, it's really a nice place.
Where in Poland your family comes from ?
07-29-2004, 11:09 AM
Paul, my grandparents told me that they were "Polish Hillbillies." They weren't even sure of their birthdays. They know the year and maybe the season. They were farmers up in the hills somewhere. By the time I realized these things would be nice to know, they had all died, including my mom and dad. So I can't even guess where they were from. I've tried a few searches to no avail. 'Janulewicz' is a much more common name in Poland and Russia than I thought. I came up with tons of them. Surprisingly, there are also tons of them in Nebraska for some reason. I contacted a few, but couldn't make any connections. As far as I know, we were the only ones in Chicago, where I was born and raised.
07-29-2004, 01:05 PM
Paul, nice to see someone from the homeland here. Very pretty country. I'm only 1/2 Polish (Kaminski/Korlesky), and my grandparents were both born here in the US (Wisconsin). So I'm pretty removed from my roots.
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