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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    Carlisle, MA USA


    TomR: Interesting thought. I may try that out. I think that maybe I will be looking at glasses as today I tried to go and shoot and for the first time in my life I could not hit the target consistently. Something is going on. Hopefully Tuesday will tell the tail. Again thank you all for your thoughts and well wishes.

    Put your best foot forward!

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    Registered TomR's Avatar
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    1989 Scarab Panther
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    Harwich, MA


    I heard a little more about the APBA race on the cape in june. Seems as though there is a person from the APBA visiting Hyannis on Monday to meet with the Cape Cod chamber of commerce to try to get things organized.
    I'll post anything else that I find out.

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    Columbus, Ohio


    Best of luck. It sucks not knowing. . . . After your summer season (t queen) and now winter, I'm betting it's boating withdrawal!

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    Gold Member Gold Member Iggy's Avatar
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    Take care of your eyes!!
    My Dad started to gradually go blind when he was 68. By the time he was 71 he was totally blind. Doctors said it was from too much glare and too many long nights on the drafting table. His retna's were also becomming detatched. It's someting that runns in the family.
    It was a real shame too. So much talent and so much I could have learned. He was one of the best machinists I've ever seen. I'm not just saying that because he was father either. When he went blind he just didn't know what to do with himself.
    So, take care of your eyes and do what the doctor tells you.

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