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Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Kurt Wallat I live in Lancaster Massachusetts. My son Scott and I have several cubs all in diffrent stages of repair. I just retired the first of the month and I'm hoping this will allow me more time to tinker with the cubs. One thing that Scott and I need to do is go through all our good stuff some of it we would like to sell. Anyway thanks for having me as a new member.
welcome k man aka kurt welcome to the best forum on the web. we're glad to have you. as far as selling parts you don't want to keep the for sale section of this forum is a great way to move the parts. Rudi will be along soon with your offical welcome. hope you enjoy .
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Welcome this is a great forum lots of information and wonderful people I am sure you will enjoy it. I am just a ways away from you in Hadley, nice to see another Ma member.
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Welcome to the Cub Forum!!! Enjoy your retirement! I'm a long ways off from that point but it must be nice. Also good to see another Cub guy and son from Massachusetts. I'm down near Cape Cod on the water but my first Cub came from out your way and might have been Lancaster. I got my ram "Bear" from Princeton but sold him at auction recently...too many times I got knocked on my butt. When you sort out your stuff let us know what you might be selling. My "want" list is long and growing.
Kurt, welcome to the forum! as you must be well aware of by now, this is the best place to find answers for any Cub question you may have. Enjoy your stay and come back often.
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Welcome, Kurt, Good to,have another Massachusetts cubber on board. I am having a Cubfest on May 31 and June !st. If you are interested, check the announcements, or message me. Ed
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Good post Ed! Kurt I had forgotten to mention but had thought of the Minifest Ed putting on. Should be alot of fun and a good chance to meet alot of fellow Cubbers from near and far. Ed and his son are also father and son Cub collector. There are others. Hope to see you there!
Ditto to what Ron said.
Welcome Kurt enjoy the retirement I retired three years ago and love it. Sometimes I thank I need to go back to work to get some rest but it is great. I have plenty of time to take naps.
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Welcome Kurt! Enjoy your Cubs.
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Welcome to you and to your son Scott Believe me.. retirement is great.. but don't think it will be boring. Since I retired, I work more now than I ever did in many ways.... different but a lot more rewarding.
Ahhhhh Cub Stuff that might be available.. goodie... toys to acquire.
You will probably wish to make use of the For Sale/Wanted Forum. You can find out more about that in the Welcome Wagon. There is a lot of info, but please do look at all the links, and the info threads really need to be read. Don't forget to get your Replacement Gas Caps for your Cubs ok..
Welcome and have a ton of fun.. we sure do
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