Re: [tec-scopes] Buried alive


Mar 20, 2003

 


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#1623 Mar 20, 2003

The company was closed for a couple days thanks for huge amount of snow

around (average 4' ). Today we were able to get in the office and tomorrow

will be usual working day. Today we had no mail, no UPS or other carriers

working, as well Bank was closed too.

Sorry for any inconvinience.

Regards, TEC team.



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#1624 Mar 20, 2003

Yuri, Move down here to FL. Sun shine, great seeing and no snow shovels.  Joe D.



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#1625 Mar 21, 2003

Hi Yuri,



Ready to move to Florida? ;)



It's been in the 90's and the humidity has been in the

80-90% range.



Tim





--- yuri80226 tec@...> wrote: > The company was closed for a couple days thanks for

> huge amount of snow

> around (average 4' ). Today we were able to get in

> the office and tomorrow

> will be usual working day. Today we had no mail, no

> UPS or other carriers

> working, as well Bank was closed too.

> Sorry for any inconvinience.

> Regards, TEC team.

>

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#1626 Mar 21, 2003

Hey Tim, were in Fl. are you? I'm on the East coast Bet. Jupiter and Stuart.  Joe D.



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#1627 Mar 21, 2003

Hi, Joe. With hurricanes, rain every other day, and mosquitoes

as big as a small dog, Florida has it all. :)



Dave

> Yuri, Move down here to FL. Sun shine, great seeing and no snow

shovels. Joe D.



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#1628 Mar 21, 2003

Sounds interesting but I'll take my NH winters, thanks! :)

Right now I'm boiling down some maple sap on the stove for some

homemade syrup. The kids love it on waffles in the morning!!

Cheers everybody,

Rob



--- In tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com, "Dave Kerr" dsktc@e...> wrote:

> Hi, Joe. With hurricanes, rain every other day, and mosquitoes

> as big as a small dog, Florida has it all. :)

>

> Dave

>

> > Yuri, Move down here to FL. Sun shine, great seeing and no snow

> shovels. Joe D.



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#1629 Mar 21, 2003

Dave, Other places have bad weather, pesky bugs and every thing you mention, but we have no ice storms, blizzards, and by the way it does not rain here every day, best solar observing is by far better and more often than other places Iv been. I'm from NY City area, born and raised and worked for many years there. It also gets the same things you mention that we get down here, but the EX. seeing we get has to be seen to be believed, people talk about fleeting seconds of good seeing, how about fleeting Min.'s, YES I said Min's there are times I sit at the EP observing the planets for 10 Min's at a time and longer without a quiver. Those who have been here will  attest to what I'm saying. Roland C. of AP at the WSP said this is the place to see what my scopes are capable of. But hey can't please everyone, thank God I'm here, bless you. Joe D.



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#1630 Mar 21, 2003

I'm was that way when I was younger with little kids, loved the snow, rainy, dreary days of winter waiting for those few months of warmer weather, but as I grew older my taste have changed as did my kids, they all moved down here now with there kids.  Bless you.  Joe D.



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#1631 Mar 21, 2003

South Florida - Hurricanes only come once in a while....and we get plenty of

warning. Hurricane warnings do wonders for the local economy (duct tape is

always available).



Up "north" - Snow comes EVERY single year...sometimes with little warning.



South Florida - Rain...mostly along the coast during the early morning hours

and late afternoon inland. By 8:00PM or so the seeing conditions are superb

during the summer. Just wait until we start to "beam up North" some images

of Mars :-)))))))))))



Up "north" - Floods? People getting around in canoes and floating dead

cattle. Did I really see that ?



South Florida - Mosquitoes ???? Yes, we do have some mean suckers... however

not as bad or as large as the ones I encountered in western PA one summer. I

think we all suffer from that malady.



And just in case its a little cloudy or the seeing its not up to par there

is always South Beach, the hotter it gets the less clothing you see.



We sure have a rough life here ....



Angel



-----Original Message-----

From: Dave Kerr [mailto:dsktc@...]

Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 4:41 PM

To: tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [tec-scopes] Re: Buried alive





Hi, Joe. With hurricanes, rain every other day, and mosquitoes

as big as a small dog, Florida has it all. :)



Dave

> Yuri, Move down here to FL. Sun shine, great seeing and no snow

shovels. Joe D.







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#1632 Mar 21, 2003

I'll just stay here in California. Earthquakes improve the seeing

because of all the power outages. And there are no mosquitoes in

the summer months along the coast.

--- In tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com, "Angel" aagomez@s...> wrote:

> South Florida - Hurricanes only come once in a while....and we get

plenty of

> warning. Hurricane warnings do wonders for the local economy (duct

tape is

> always available).

>

> Up "north" - Snow comes EVERY single year...sometimes with little

warning.

>

> South Florida - Rain...mostly along the coast during the early

morning hours

> and late afternoon inland. By 8:00PM or so the seeing conditions

are superb

> during the summer. Just wait until we start to "beam up North"

some images

> of Mars :-)))))))))))

>

> Up "north" - Floods? People getting around in canoes and floating

dead

> cattle. Did I really see that ?

>

> South Florida - Mosquitoes ???? Yes, we do have some mean

suckers... however

> not as bad or as large as the ones I encountered in western PA one

summer. I

> think we all suffer from that malady.

>

> And just in case its a little cloudy or the seeing its not up to

par there

> is always South Beach, the hotter it gets the less clothing you

see.

>

> We sure have a rough life here ....

>

> Angel

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: Dave Kerr [mailto:dsktc@e...]

> Sent: Friday, March 21, 2003 4:41 PM

> To: tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com

> Subject: [tec-scopes] Re: Buried alive

>

>

> Hi, Joe. With hurricanes, rain every other day, and mosquitoes

> as big as a small dog, Florida has it all. :)

>

> Dave

>

> > Yuri, Move down here to FL. Sun shine, great seeing and no snow

> shovels. Joe D.

>

>

>

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#1633 Mar 22, 2003

I'm sure you guys are right. Actually I'm envious of your seeing

down there. I guess I should ignore the planets and go for Deep

sky. Clear winter nights can be incredible up here for transparency.

Nothing like hand-guiding an aluminum tube scope in January when

it's -5 deg-F out! Yeee-haw! :)



Actually, a big reason I stay up here is I love the White Mtns and

hiking and the skiing.



Be that as it may, I love hearing from all you guys about your

scopes and viewing conditions. Maybe I'll make the WSP some year

soon.



Cheers guys,

Rob



--- In tec-scopes@yahoogroups.com, jdaukantas@a... wrote:

> I'm was that way when I was younger with little kids, loved the

snow, rainy,

> dreary days of winter waiting for those few months of warmer

weather, but as

> I grew older my taste have changed as did my kids, they all moved

down here

> now with there kids. Bless you. Joe D.



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#1634 Mar 22, 2003

Amen to that Angel!!  Joe D.



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#1635 Mar 22, 2003

Rob once you come down her to a WSP in Feb. and see all the winter object wearing just shorts and a Tee shirts + the super seeing, you will see why we love it down here.  Joe D.



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#1638 Mar 23, 2003

I'm in South Miami Area.



Tim



--- jdaukantas@... wrote: > Hey Tim, were in Fl. are you? I'm on the East coast

> Bet. Jupiter and Stuart.

> Joe D.

>





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