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Old 03-16-2008, 11:13 AM   #113
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39 years as a scout leader (still going strong but the hills are getting much steeper now ) 33 years as a Past Grand Lodge Officer and I am just joining the Corps to keep me busy so I dont rust away
and a good old leader too ...

18 years as an adult Scout leader here and still going. Scouting highlight - Woodbadge Course Director

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Old 03-16-2008, 11:51 AM   #114
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Hi all,

My name si Roberto and I'm a Graphic Designer and I'm working for two publishers of Rome
My wife Susanna is an Architect and teaching design in a high scool (art's institute).

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Old 03-16-2008, 06:23 PM   #115
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I've done a few things . . .
  • I'm a computer software engineer, network security, and communications specialist
  • I've written (and still write) books, magazine and newspaper articles about computer technology
  • I'm currently in the middle of a career transition, back in school learning to be an X-Ray Technician and to earn a degree in biology with minors in physics & chemistry. (Though it may wind up being a Physics degree with Biology & Chemistry minors).
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Old 03-16-2008, 11:31 PM   #116
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It's good to hear from you again.
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Old 03-17-2008, 11:09 AM   #117
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I have done several things in the past but now I am an adventurer. It doesn't pay much but it can be pretty exciting.
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Old 03-17-2008, 12:22 PM   #118
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i've done mostly factory work & assembly-type jobs...
i've work at two trailer manufacturers, but neither built fgrv's, just utility/boat/snowmobile trailers...
also worked at a leather tannery... that was a dirty, smelly job...

currently unemployed, working for my landlady to cover rent & living expenses... looking for full-time work... & attending tech school since i got my GED...

i also do freelance work in phrenological reverse-engineering... very reasonable rates...
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Old 03-17-2008, 01:10 PM   #119
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It's good to hear from you again.
Kurt & Ann K.
Thank you very much
...I'm sorry, but I don't know very well english, and this restrains me to write
I have made another forum of italian vintage trailers in Italy and this is laborious for me...
but I read always Fiberglass... and we are very nice

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Old 03-17-2008, 07:33 PM   #120
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I'm a soon-to-be unemployed network support engineer; my last day at work is Friday March 21st. I've been with my present employer since 2004, and have been doing this or somthing very much like it since 1985

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Old 03-25-2008, 11:09 PM   #121
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My wife and I are retired since June of 07. For almost 32 years, I worked for a large electronic company holding engineering and project management jobs in manufacturing and primarily in R&D. Two highlights in my carrier were to live through the Silicon Valley technology explosion and the development of Ink Jet technology to the point of displacing silver halide from the photo printing business, sorry Kodak. Corporate life was great but when very generous early retirement was offered I am smiling since.

We are looking forward to trailer camping in N. America, extensive travel in Europe headquartered in the party town of Europe - Krakow, and boating in the San Juan Islands. I came to this country in 1974 and since acquired an American accent in my Polish and never totally got rid of my Polish accent in my English.


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Old 08-31-2014, 03:44 PM   #122
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Okay, this thread is old. But we have a bunch of new members since 2008! Anyone care to add to this thread and let us know what you're up to?
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Old 08-31-2014, 03:58 PM   #123
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Time to update this a bit I think. Let's see my current occupation is trying to remember what day of week it is. I've got a great assistant that helps in that endeavor.
Current occupations (NOTE: I don't get paid for any thsed.)
Musician or attempting to be a musician by playing a Mountain Dulcimer
Camper, spend a good part of the year living in our Scamp, so Scamp maintenance has to be part of it.
Photographer, sometimes I take pictures or videos of our adventures, but not always.
Woodworker, latest accomplishment was Mountain Dulcimer.
Woodcarver and woodcarver teacher. Mostly Christmas pins and ornaments for my family. Teach one a year at a Rendezvous.
Ham radio operator. Mostly listen, but once in a while I'll enter into a radio conversation.
I'm sure there's other things, but who cares?
Byron & Anne enjoying the everyday Saturday thing.
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Old 08-31-2014, 04:04 PM   #124
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Sure. I joined in 2012 when I learned that the FGRV Forum existed. Currently, no occupation. Retired in January of 2012, wife in June of 2012, and both loving it. Prior to that, I worked for one of Florida's Water Management Districts. Among other things, did leak detection on municipal water lines and managed reclaimed water projects funded by the agency. Wife taught for 38 years. Over the years have had a Coleman popup, two Aliners, and a Scamp.

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Old 08-31-2014, 04:17 PM   #125
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We're retired. The absolutely best job I've had is traveling in our RVs over 14 years of retirement.

Before retirement I did have a series of exciting job, mainly starting small business, mostly in technical fields, always working for each company for 5 years.

Ginny was in education, parenting, insurance.
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Old 08-31-2014, 04:22 PM   #126
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Ok, I'll play. This is my 30th year as a professional photographer. Below is a link to my website, sorely in need of updating and attention, but its what it is for now. Since I don't own a FG RV yet will keep it simple.



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