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Topaz

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Been here a few years and never ran across this thread.

I'm an escapee from RAH and remember someone there mentioning this place.

Like this Zooooom free zone.:gig:
Mine is exactly the same story, except I think I found this place through an internet search. And yes, I do NOT miss the old RAH drama! :roll:
 

BoKu

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OMG, someone mentioned www.landings.com. That was like the first aviation-related websites I found. It was probably among the first websites I found period. It looks like it is still there, but in a state of suspended animation for the last five years or so.
 

don january

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I thought thread was well worth the read. I wonder how a pole today would do so many years later?
 

Topaz

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OMG, someone mentioned www.landings.com. That was like the first aviation-related websites I found. It was probably among the first websites I found period. It looks like it is still there, but in a state of suspended animation for the last five years or so.
Wow, it's dead as an independent site, to be sure, but still a mighty fine link farm!
 

plncraze

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I found this site because I liked Bill Husa's articles in Sport Aviation and wanted to see if he had more stuff online. I found this site in the results of a search. Bill was Orion. I had to join to ask him a question and never could leave afterward. Its too good a resource.
 

Bill-Higdon

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I can't remember whee I heard about HBA, I was going to say found a link inside a match book cover to see how many people get the reference.
Bill
 
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