Hello from Alaska

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Hello from Alaska

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Hello,

Been doing some reading of the different forums.

Really like what I've seen so far and decided to join and learn more about this very interesting Hobby!

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
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mbauer wrote:Hello,

Been doing some reading of the different forums.

Really like what I've seen so far and decided to join and learn more about this very interesting Hobby!

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
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Re: Hello from Alaska

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mbauer wrote:Hello,

Been doing some reading of the different forums.

Really like what I've seen so far and decided to join and learn more about this very interesting Hobby!

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
Welcome to the forum. What part of the great state of Alaska are you from? How's the weather up there?
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Re: Hello from Alaska

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U.S. Water Rockets1 wrote:
mbauer wrote:Hello,

Been doing some reading of the different forums.

Really like what I've seen so far and decided to join and learn more about this very interesting Hobby!

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
Welcome to the forum. What part of the great state of Alaska are you from? How's the weather up there?
Southcentral 60-air miles below Anchorage.

Small town called Kenai. We have a Challenger Learning Center here. They don't have very much on water rockets though.

Been seeing some very interesting ideas, projects and answers on how to do staging, recovery etc..

Rain, more rain, oh did I say Rain yet? I know it is no way near as bad as the draught going on down South, just wish there was a way to send some of this rain there!

Lots of deep thinkers around on this site!

Thanks for the Welcome!

Mike
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Re: Hello from Alaska

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mbauer wrote:
U.S. Water Rockets1 wrote:
mbauer wrote:Hello,

Been doing some reading of the different forums.

Really like what I've seen so far and decided to join and learn more about this very interesting Hobby!

Best regards,
Mike Bauer
Welcome to the forum. What part of the great state of Alaska are you from? How's the weather up there?
Southcentral 60-air miles below Anchorage.

Small town called Kenai. We have a Challenger Learning Center here. They don't have very much on water rockets though.

Been seeing some very interesting ideas, projects and answers on how to do staging, recovery etc..

Rain, more rain, oh did I say Rain yet? I know it is no way near as bad as the draught going on down South, just wish there was a way to send some of this rain there!

Lots of deep thinkers around on this site!

Thanks for the Welcome!

Mike
It sounds like you have the shortest water rocket season of anyone on the forum. You probably have a lot of wild critters up there to deal with as well. It's great to have so many diverse locations represented on this forum!
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