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Posted 01 April 2003 - 11:15 PM
I just thought I wuold intorduce myself. Rich here,..... I live in Tehachapi, California. That is west of Mojave by 25 miles and east of Bakersfield by 45 miles. Trying to get my Subaru Hatchback GL up and running! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
I am a CNC Programmer and machinist for 25 years. I have been doing side jobs for a while and if ya'll got a real good idea for the "Soobie community" then give me a buzzzzz!
Anyone in this area feel free to contact me and we can hook up!
Posted 01 April 2003 - 11:56 PM
This is unrelated but strange. For years I have wondered about Tehachapi and Tonapah. (Little Feat fans will understand) And for years I have never heard of them in any context but the song. Someday last week NPR was interviewing someone from Tonapah (TX I think) And now you show up on the board from Tehachapi.
This is a very strong sign to play some Little Feat NOW.
(sorry for the half drunk babble)
Posted 02 April 2003 - 09:08 AM
Where are you located?:|
Posted 02 April 2003 - 05:38 PM
Is Tehachapi as cool of a place as it sounds in the song?
I'm in Pottsville located in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Posted 03 April 2003 - 03:10 PM
Tehchapi is growing but a very nice small community......fo a while. Ther is Bear Valley Springs that is west of Tehachapi enclosed by a gate. It is still very nice and not too many snobs are there, although there are quite a few Hollywood people, but they seem to know the value of what they in the way of solitude and quietness. Nothing real bif here yet.
Pretty nice after grwoing up in the LA Basin for most of my youth.
Posted 03 April 2003 - 10:46 PM
Posted 05 April 2003 - 12:27 AM
Keep those ideas coming to me, maybe we can work something out. Have you tried ebay looking for the tool?
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Posted 23 May 2003 - 08:36 PM
My dad was in the Air Force and stationed at (what was then Muroc) Edwards AFB as a flight instructor, and we lived on the family ranch. In the mid 90's my wife and I flew thru and camped at the glider port, and then flew over the 'homestead', long since sold (too damn bad). When I was a kid I visited Pancho Barnes' Happy Bottom Riding Club ... watch 'The Right Stuff' sometime to get an idea of what it was like.
Pop also worked as a brakeman at the cement plant, still there I think.
All in all, I think I like Montana better these days.
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