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Scott Hansen    Posted 07-14-2003 at 07:39:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm 47, single with loving girlfriend, one great son, 20. I live in Salt Lake City, planning to move to a rural location some day, build my own SMALL house, diddle with my Farmall Super A, enjoy coffee with the folks at the feed store. Visit anytime.

Annie in KY    Posted 07-14-2003 at 09:08:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Boy, this thread keeps going: Okay,
I'm 38, married to a retired Navy man (guess that makes me retired-Navy too, since I stayed with him carrying my suitcase to every new port for 21 years). We live in Western KY. in a small log home on a 10 acres in the woods. One 19 yoa son who is now in the Navy himself. 2 horses, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 33 chickens. Hubby is now a welding inspector (NDE) and I will be looking for a new job at months end (layoff or vacation... all in how you look at it)

Patria / PR    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:28:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Me too!:-)

I live in Las Piedras,PR.
Married. Have two grown children, both married. A sixteen y/o girl in high school, two step kids in high school also living in Holland, and four grandchildren.
Worked as a travel agent for many years but quit it two years ago.
Now we are working in the restoration of a friend's old building to turn it into a hotel.

I hope I live to see the opening day...

oh, and I'll be 49 years young this comming friday.

Warm Regards..

bob ny    Posted 07-14-2003 at 13:48:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
happy early birthday cause i will not rembember friday you know when you first get old there are three things that prove it. first your memory second ahhh ahh third ????????????????
heck i can't remember the oth what were we talking about

Patria / PR    Posted 07-14-2003 at 15:16:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hm bob, guess you'll remember about the other two, whatever those are, when you find yourself in the need to use them...

Thanks for...what is it that you're greeting me for? oh.. right, my 34th birthday...

SLC?    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:04:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where abouts?

I lived down around 3500 south and 700 west for 6 months back in 94...Big, flat apartment complex...

I was there for work as an onsite inspector at a company called DaleBoot...They are at 2660 south, 300 west If I remember right...They make custom fit ski-boots...Back then they were making the liners for our snow-board boots too...

Hottest summer I ever spent...Loved the dry heat...Drove my Jeep Scrambler with no doors or roof for 6 months...Park 'downtown' or on the street all night and no one ever messed with a thing...Loved to drive 'The Canyons' and up over the ridge at night...

Amazing city...

bob ny    Posted 07-14-2003 at 13:57:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
whoa there 3500 south does that mean there are 3500 houses on that one street or 3500 streets or 700 houses or streets i'm just a country boy i'm not sure there are 3500 houses in our town

Salmoneye    Posted 07-15-2003 at 05:16:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
The way that the city was laid out is that all streets are numbered from how far they are off Temple Saquare...

First street is 100, 2nd is 200 etc...And the direction from Temple are the points of the compass...

Really a very logical way to lay out a city and easy as heck to find almost any address...

Oops...    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:04:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
That was me...


Scott Hansen    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:18:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Whoa. Thing have changed somewhat after the Olympics. I'm in Holladay, about 2700 E. and 4800 So. Yeah, those canyons are something. Went up to Snowbird this weekend to escape the heat. It was 94 degrees up there. 103 down home.

You mean...    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:30:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
I should bring the doors and roof next time?

That bites...


Scott Hansen    Posted 07-14-2003 at 08:33:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I, IMHO, think most of the hot, dry air is due to the political situation.

Ahhh...    Posted 07-14-2003 at 11:25:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Then I'll just bring the roof, so I don't get any 'stuff' on me and the wind will still blow through...



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