View Full Version : Lets Form A New Gyro Assn. In The Western U.S.
04-30-2005, 09:20 AM
Lets call the new organization ... ahhh...
Gyroplanes Are Your Spirit (GAYS)
Gyroplanes United Through Spirit (GUTS)
Western Independent Flyers Extremely Social (WIFES)
Rotorheads Are Thoughtful (RAT)
Just trying to help :D
WROV (We Respect Our Volunteers)
DPRUAF (Don't Pull the Rug from Under Anyone's Feet)
THWGOBC (The Hell With the Good Old Boy's Club)
NKBH (No Knucklehead Board members Here)
04-30-2005, 11:14 AM
"EGG ---------Enclosed Gyro for Geriatrics"
You talkin' to me, Al? You talkin' to me!!?? :mad:
Al, you need to get a hobby or job that keeps you a little busier. ;)
04-30-2005, 09:24 PM
PWFTA - Popular Whirleygig Federation Trans-Alpine... Of course, you need to know a little Gaelic to pronounce it properly... (poof-ta)
05-02-2005, 12:11 PM
Hey Steve, did we talk ages ago about getting together? If you are the one, I lost your email address. Are you located in Wilsonville (that is where I'm working now)? My machine is now at Lenhardt. Get back to me. (gkaminski@.att.net).
05-02-2005, 12:16 PM
We all aught to see about putting on a west coast, joint chapter, rotorcraft fly-in/thingy here this year - maybe toward the end of the year. I'm just itching to go to something where there are gyros around.
Perhaps some place in far NorCal or Southern Oregon to make it central for everyone? Of course, the Sacramento area is pretty central to the whole west coast.. :)
If folks are hip on this idea (like, dude, ya know), lets start a new topic and get planning it.
05-02-2005, 04:16 PM
Hello John, The Freedom Flyin at El Mirage Dry Lake, in California is a very exciting, well attended event. It is about six hours driving from your home. I would recomend it to anyone. Thank you, Vance
05-02-2005, 04:21 PM
Oh yeah! I plan on being there. Hopefully we'll have the whole PRA-5 crew down there. I'm planning to trailer down and play ground support for the guys who want to fly.
I 'd like to see more than that one event out this way though. Makes it a long year till the next one with just El Mirage on the slate. Getting east is just.. plain... difficult...
05-02-2005, 07:35 PM
At least you have one event within six hours drive...
Here in sunny New Mexico it's two days to El Mirage
and that's about as close as it gets. Next year I want
to get back to Benson Days, but that's a three day
drive, each way. :(
05-02-2005, 08:49 PM
Oh man... here I was feeling all pitiful and sorry for myself and you go and rain on my parade... ;)
Like your sig...
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