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Hello Jack,
  Just wanted to let you know what a great time both Wayne Fletcher &
had at the event in Livermore. It was a blast to meet the individuals from
the GFS who attended. Special thanks to Richard for a great day on
at his Plymouth Ranch. It was a long 27 hour drive back to Calgary, but I
will remember the great people I met during this weekend. It will be nice
put a face to the names appearing on future messages. I especially enjoyed
the rides in all the Furys & Bill's wagon. That may inspire me to finish
'56 Fury. Thanks, again, Jack & (William).
Larry Gammon
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
----- Original Message -----
From: "William Lewis" <reatawhippets@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Golden Fin Society" <goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 5:22 AM
Subject: [GFS] Home

> Hi GFSers,
> I see that the Lindgren's are back home safe and sound in Tekoa, WA, and
wish the same for all the other travelers to the 3rd Nats.  We pulled in
last night, an uneventful trip home except for fighting the winds and
staying ahead of the storm that was traveling eastward.
> Have to echo Bob's comments - a fantastic fun weekend, and a BIG Thank
to Richard Main for his super hospitality and the wonderful day at his
Livermore Plymouth Ranch. We also enjoyed the companionship of Richard's
associates from his California Chrysler Products Club.   Also a big Thank
You to the folks that supported the Nats with their attendence:  the
Mitchells from Missouri, Mark Hash and his Dad, Marv from Oregon, Stan
from Oregon, the Parson's from Washington, Wayne Fletcher and Larry Gammon
from Alberta, Canada, Paul Schmalz from California(Sacramento), the
McQuillin's from Ohio, Ron Riopelle & Jill Nelson from
California(Carpinteria), and Bill Craffey from California (Oak View).  We
also signed up a new member, '58 Fury owner, Nelson Moore of Sunnyvale,
Nelson also owns one of the very few (if only?) "Christine" movie cars.
> The Fury's and Bill Craffey's '58 Commando Suburban were all spectacular
and for the first time - ALL 3 years of our great cars were represented on
the cruises and displays at the Black Hawk Museum and Richard's Livermore
> Once again, GFSers gathered, many meeting face to face for the first
and the bonding and camaraderie was fabulous.  For those who have never
attended a "Nats" - you have missed some fabulous weekends.
> Soon it will be time to begin the planning for our Fourth National
Gathering - how about it GFSers, where shall it be in 2003?!
> Again my thanks to all for a wonderful weekend!
> Regards,
> Jack Lewis
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