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ENUT 10-12-2012 01:31 PM

No nutmeggers??
 
No from the Nutmeg state checking in?? Oh well this is a nice time in the year to fly but the days are getting short.Someone elese from Ct. must be on this forum?
stefanP

CNY_Dave 10-12-2012 04:07 PM

I *used* to be from just outside New Britain, didn't fly then, but the club near Thomaston Dam (off-road riding area) was pretty active.

Come to think of it, flying off the dam would be pretty awesome, not often you get to fly below yourself.

matiac 12-31-2012 11:37 PM

I was born and raised in Stonington Ct., now across the "Muddy Pawcatuck" in Westerly R.I., former home of Guild Guitar, sadly now in California...

adobos 01-29-2014 06:31 AM

Born and raised in Torrington, but moved to MD after we married. My first RC plane was a Cessna L19 with rudder-only escapement, powered by an .049. I remember my brother amd me driving to the old Thomaston Dam road to test glide it in the tall grass. Good memories.
-adobos

pizzano 01-30-2014 02:16 AM


Originally Posted by matiac (Post 894241)
I was born and raised in Stonington Ct., now across the "Muddy Pawcatuck" in Westerly R.I., former home of Guild Guitar, sadly now in California...

Yep...Guild is part of the Fender Family (along with DeArmond), has been for sometime. Either made in Corona, CA....Mesa, AZ.....or someplace outsourced to Mexico, Korea, China.

Thought "nutmeg" was Futball term for passing the ball through one's opponents legs.......:D


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