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calawahsteelie

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Calawah is the river on the Olympic Peninsula that was my back yard while growing up and where my ashes will be laid to rest one day (hopefully not to soon). Steelie is for steelhead, a searun rainbow trout for you non-fisher persons.[emoticon] There you have it calawahsteelie[emoticon]


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Cutter is a type of ship Coast Guard Cutter also during WWII a Hamilton class heavly arm Ship

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AI = assateague island maryland
SURF FISH = thats my all time favorite stye of fishing


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Mine kinda says it also, except Harley fans might not like it....


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"rhosh" is for Robin Hood of Sagehaven, coined by a pen pal when I lived on a sagebrush patch in eastern Oregon.

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I'm 6'0 and DH is 6'6.

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KCAB is a designation for certain model Citabrias which is a two place high wing airplane based on the old Aeronca Champ from the 1940's. Don't ask me what it stands for as I have no clue. The other models are GCCA, GCBC, GCA, ECA... have no idea what any of those stand for either. The KCAB model generally has a larger engine with an inverted fuel/oil system for flying upside down without having the engine quit on you. My main reason for using this 'handle' is that I found that no matter where I register I can always get it because there is no one else in the entire cyber world using it.

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Well, I have a place on the river here in Snohomish WA, and a black lab. She loves to lay in the river. So I started calling her riverdog! I also would like to thank "riverdogrj" for being REALLY creative and making it a pain in the A** to search for any of my previous posts. Thanks!

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c for Chester
d for Daniel
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ac for Allis Chalmers, the farm tractors that I collect.


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