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RE: Where are you from ?

From: Steve Orr <>
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2000 13:04:13 -0700
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Howdy Walt,

Yeah, haven't seen those birds up there for a few years. I guess they ran out of sky. But you've got plenty of room up there... Big Sky Country!

I might be going up to Livingston in August for the wife's, excuse me, my wife's family reunion. Maybe we'll make it to the rodeo. It's a good excuse to get some "Moose Drool" or "Buffalo Thunder" ale. If we go we'll be spending time down in Paradise and Chico and back in the Mountains of the Absaroka range. We have a squirrel infested mining cabin at 10,000 which is only accessible after about 4-6 hours of very intense 4-wheeling. NO semblance of modern convenience and no Oracle databases. Now that's what I call God's Country.

Steve Orr
Stuck in Silicon Valley with Montana Memories.

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From: []On Behalf Of Weaver, Walt
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 2:01 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L Subject: RE: Where are you from ?


FYI, I first started flying sailplanes at the old Fremont Gliderport back in 1970, when I was living in Sacramento and going through Air Force Navigator training. I heard the gliderport was long ago swallowed up by development. Got any idea if it's actually still there?

--Walt Weaver
  Bozeman, Montana, USA

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Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 11:48 AM
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Sent: Friday, June 09, 2000 5:49 PM
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I'm from the Capitol of the Tech Universe... Silicon Valley. :-) And I'm getting ready to go camping this weekend just a few miles from Oracle HQ. No really... there are group camping facilities in the tide waters of the San Francisco Bay. We'll be on the other side of the Bay from Oracle but from the top of Coyote hill we may be able to make out the Oracle towers while camping amongst the wild life. Weird huh? There's also wild life up in San Francisco but that's a different kind. This camping is pretty tame but we hope to go to Walt's Big Sky Country this summer to a very remote area at 10,000+ feet. No computers and out of reach from pagers and Received on Tue Jun 13 2000 - 15:04:13 CDT

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