Didn’t we just do this?
Has another month flashed by already? And I’m not even on any “speed” or
time accelerating drug. I guess it is just a side effect of aging. I am
reminded of my mother’s observation of the phenomenon. As a child, a year
represents a large portion of ones life experiences but as we age, each year
becomes a smaller and smaller portion of that experience. To put that into
actual numbers, one year to a child may represent 10—20% of ones life, but
as a senior citizen, it has diminished to barely over 1%. Enough of the
philosophical rambling. Time to get onto the real business of our group.
We wish to thank
Dora Kasten for suggesting, and Barbara Inskeep for following up on what
became our October Event...a tour of the Huntington Beach Wetlands & Wild
life Care Center. It was a short run so a tour of the Newland House has
added before ending up at the Crab Pot in Alamitos Harbor. And thanks also
to Marie Thomas and David Moore for the photos that accompany Barbara’s
David also provided photos—along with Carl Haglund—of the October Tech
Session. These contributions are the life blood of your newsletter. John
Seim keeps us informed of activities staged by other clubs or
organizations for which we are most grateful.
The holidays are fast approaching, so make sure you sign up to help out
at the Parts Exchange and attending the Holiday Party. See flyers on
pages 10 & 11. And one final reminder….the November meeting is the Hobby
Night and there is the Gamble House tour on the 9th.