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F-105 Thunderchief #436 | Molding Hatch

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  1. Joe Jay says:

    “Hello” Jeff, I’m sorry About your dad May he rest in peice cancer free and God Bless you & your family. I almost lost my father It happen so fast I didn’t Know how to take it, it was hard. but I got threw it. And I think you will to. I hope you keep watching, I hope you keep building & I hope you keep flying brother. Maybe some day you’ll fly a 105 thundercheif in your dads honer. I do beleive your dad will be the angel, that will pertect what ever you fly. Take care my freind seeya back in the shop.

  2. rye says:

    hey jeff sorry to hear about your dad ,bob your lucky going AZ 20″ of snow here in chicago ill wind chill 10% enjoy we wouldnt see the airfeild until june o no :( did you think of the opening canopy since you did all that work

  3. Gary Baugh says:

    Jeff, you have my sincere condolences in regard to the recent loss of your father. He will rest in peace, but will live in the hearts and minds of modellers everywhere. There has always been a silent bond amongst our fellowship and and we share in the loss of one of our brethren. My next trip aloft will be in his and your honor………..Gary

    Bob and Rye, that same blzzard has made its way to Houston, Texas, too. Although we haven’t had any snow (yet), the fierce winds and frigid temperatures are wreaking havoc and discomfort down here. “Rolling electrical blackouts” are adding to the misery of our thin skins. It’s hard to believe that the record high temps of Monday (70 degrees, F.) have been eclipsed by the low twenties and 20 to 30 MPH winds that are currently plagueing us. Since my wife and I live aboard our sailboat (Westsail 32), we’ve been doing a lot of dockside heeling, bouncing and rock and rolling. So far, all is well, though, and our engine has supplemented our electrical stores to keep all systems functioning, warm and comfortable. Thankfully, I recently filled our water tanks and we can continue pumping water for our ever-thirsty, camel-like cat. “NO DRAMA” is the mantra for the day……

  4. Brent says:

    Sorry about your dad Jeff. May God rest his soul and ease you and your families sorrow.

  5. Jeff Alter says:

    thank you all…my internet went down along with the phones here in the SW burbs of Chicago..we burried my Dad today and as the ulogy’s were read along with mine, each had something to say about his love for airplanes and the hobby that he was in…yes..everytime I take a plane aloft there will always be memories that cant be erased..

    thank you all and its good to be back in the shop

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