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About foresterab

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  1. Welcome aboard, Greetings from just the other side of the rocks. Some great plane museums near you but not sure what you have on the armour front. foresterab
  2. no worries man, Was watching a -205 carrying crews around today and thinking how much better it was then walking. But then it would mean trying to keep up with a bunch of super active 18-22 year olds who like running and decided my role was better. Grey with maroon trim design. Sharp but nothing like your ship. foresterab
  3. Always nice to see one of these built. Tend to see the Aero Commanders overhead all summer as they bird dog out the water bombers for forest fires. Great platform for the work they're doing. foresterab
  4. Hello Robert_, Greetings from Alberta...there's a few of us on here from coast to coast. Cheers, Foresterab
  5. I've seen some pretty crazy Bell - 205 paint jobs but this takes the cake. Nice job and you've got the details down right. Cheers, foresterab
  6. Oh lordy the Hat is invading... Joking aside welcome aboard. There is an amazing range of skills and interests here and you're sure to find a reference or two for the latest project. Welcome aboard and greetings from northern Alberta in sight of the rocks. foresterab
  7. Yvan S...nice start on this and greetings from down the highway from you, I think I built the same kit back when I was a teenager....hopefully my skills have improved a bunch. Keep your eyes peeled because you never know what will be flying through...the Confederate Air Force flew theirs through Edmonton and northern Alberta many moons ago and offered tours. So who knows...it might pass through again enroute to Alaska. Kit is going together well. Seem to remember both props and wheels movable as well but I built it "wheels up" so didn't have that option. Or I glued them in place. Can't remember. Keep it up and looking forward to seeing more. foresterab
  8. Hello starseeker, I'm late to the party but welcome to the forum from the foothills. I remember some of the shops you are mentioning from the youth but we hardly came to Edmonton as kids and if so, was for things not available up north like car parts. Not quite the same for fueling the model maker. foresterab
  9. Greetings from Alberta. Always good to have another Canadian here. foresterab
  10. Salut Francois, I spent a couple of weeks working the Fort Mac fire with the SOPFEU guys out of the Quebec along with a bunch of other agencies. Thankfully their English was much better than my very poor French. Please give me regards to Montreal as I have fond, abit fuzzy, memories of McGill and the pubs there. Welcome to Britmodeller...there's Canadians from the Wet coast all the way to the East coast here. foresterab
  11. Greetings from the snowy hills of Alberta, Mother comes from just south of you (Windsor area) so was in your neck of the woods last fall. Welcome aboard, foresterab
  12. Hey there, Greetings from the right side of the rocks. I've seen Vancouver Island from air and sea but have yet to visit the location...on the list of places to visit. Welcome aboard, foresterab
  13. Greetings from some where not anywhere near "tarana" as my father calls it or "onterrible" as we bug him. Jokes aside sounds like you've got a good start and incentive to join us all here. Welcome aboard, foresterab
  14. Greetings from the snowy foothills of the Rockies... I'm jealous you have the Canadian Aviation Museum at your beck and call but more importantly....welcome aboard. foresterab
  15. Greeting Panther, All good things come from Saskatchewan...or so the wife reminds me. Welcome aboard from Alberta foresterab
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