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Old 04-18-2010, 08:17 AM   #1
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We've got a brand new forum! We hope you find this of value and post all the hobbies and crafts you're interested in pursuing.

Because this forum is under the parent "Around the Campfire," feel free to post non-fiberglass, non-camping hobbies and crafts.

I know I'm looking forward to see some pictures and reading the discussions. Please let us know if anyone runs into any problems.

Ready, set, GO!!
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:34 AM   #2
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Guess I should have mentioned, start a topic for discussion. I've split off a couple interesting ones already.
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:04 PM   #3
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Nice addition to the forums................... Thank You!
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Old 04-19-2010, 09:00 AM   #4
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It's interesting just to see already what a variety of hobbies are represented. I love reading about what other people are doing even if it isn't something I want to try- not enough time to try them all!
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:06 PM   #5
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Thanks Donna for expanding the scope of this forum, (if you did).

The subject in the title piques my interest.
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Old 04-29-2011, 09:33 PM   #6
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Yeah, I created this forum back in the days of my workerbee time here on FiberglassRV. Is that what you're asking?
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Old 04-05-2012, 06:18 PM   #7
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As a newbe I think this is a very nice thing. As for me I have evolved over my 70+ years, stamp collecting as a youngster to fishing, (always wanted to fly fish and never learned how) reading, (can't remember anymore, darn, never mind how hard it is to see the page). Radio Control Airplanes, my favorite for some time, then Kayaking what a hoot (had the you know what scared out of me on occasion as a big lunker would roll out in a hurry beside the boat), Now i love to take photos (I take lots of the folks we enjoy Bluegrass, country, western and pop music with at the local Hardee's in Chesapeake Va. Yes some Hardee's have live music (but only in the bigger restaurants) But my favorite joy these days is Camping and joy riding through the countryside and hills along the Blue Ridge Mountains with our Scamp in tow. Just love it.
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Old 04-05-2012, 06:35 PM   #8
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As a newbe I think this is a very nice thing. As for me I have evolved over my 70+ years, stamp collecting as a youngster to fishing, (always wanted to fly fish and never learned how) reading, (can't remember anymore, darn, never mind how hard it is to see the page). Radio Control Airplanes, my favorite for some time, then Kayaking what a hoot (had the you know what scared out of me on occasion as a big lunker would roll out in a hurry beside the boat), Now i love to take photos (I take lots of the folks we enjoy Bluegrass, country, western and pop music with at the local Hardee's in Chesapeake Va. Yes some Hardee's have live music (but only in the bigger restaurants) But my favorite joy these days is Camping and joy riding through the countryside and hills along the Blue Ridge Mountains with our Scamp in tow. Just love it.
Hmmm, i'll have to check that Hardies out, Our youngest boy live in Chesapeake and we will b e camp hosts for the month of May, thanks for the info
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Old 04-05-2012, 10:40 PM   #9
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Great idea Donna, I'll be there lots.
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ID:	67742. When not traveling in our Casita I spend a lot if time in my decoy shop. Pictured us a life size swan decoy that is near completion. All I need to do is set the eyes and add paint.
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You are talented Tom, beautiful! I have two decoys that my great grandfather made in Davis NC. They are rustic compared to yours.
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Guess I should have mentioned, start a topic for discussion. I've split off a couple interesting ones already.

Donna, who or what is #39?
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Pam, how would I know at this point? I haven't been a mod/admin for several years now... Every single Hobbie needs to have it's own thread. For instance, IMHO there's a huge difference between Glamping and Themes...
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Donna, who or what is #39?
Pam, I think it's some kind of substitution going on when computer systems collide and can't read each other's codes.
If you take the "'" out of "I've" and substitute an apostrophe, you get "I've". Make any sense?
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