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Jim McCartney
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Casa Grande fly-in

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Hello to all, anyone from the Northwest flying to Casa Grande this March?

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Jim

Do you have the dates?
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Hello Richard, March 1 & 2

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Well snap. That's this weekend and I've too much on the plate already. Next year shout out earlier.

I've long read about Casa Grande, Copperstate, and the Catus fly-ins and wanted to try and make each once. It will have to be next year.
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Can't make it this year. Flew the Tandem down a few years back and had a great time. This is a good one to escape the Mid-West weather for a few days. Still planning Middletown for 2020, if you Left Coast guys want to go let me know.
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Middletown 2020 will be awesome. I know of two sedans that haven't been there before are planning on coming. Perhahps even a pre-war Chief with an up exhaust with show up as well.
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Richard,
I almost pulled the trigger on the early Chief down in Goodyear, AZ. I just have completely ran out of hangar space. Now I'm looking at building more space. I'm not greedy, I just want ONE of each.
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That Chief I also looked at and nearly bought it. I have been helping Shannon trying to get some interest generated. I just don't have the space. If I could have continued the hangar lease at Goodyear I would have taken it, but someone else has it as soon as the aircraft sells. Time is the other villain. I don't have the time right now to make it all come together. That Chief not only has the A-50 with a big prop, it has up exhaust as well. Oh and I am seeking the remains of a 38 TC I uncovered searching the database for another aircraft.
Richard

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