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    Sounds great! I'd love to meet everyone! (I don't shoot LF, either, didn't realize that was a requirement to be a Utah apugger!)

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    Who said we have to use Large Format gear?

    Shoot what you got!
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    No requirements, but to bring yourself. Seems we have a few that are considering coming in from out o town. Should we make a Moab weekend out of it?
    That's just, like, my opinion, man...

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    I'd like to attend as well. I'm between slc and ogden. Moab sounds like a lot of fun as long I can get a kitchen pass from my wife

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    As long as it's not the 19th (april) I might be able to make it.
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    I can't do a Moab thing on weekends as I work weekends. Wish I could!

    Unless you go in June, then I'm free on weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardkat View Post
    I can't do a Moab thing on weekends as I work weekends. Wish I could!

    Unless you go in June, then I'm free on weekends.
    Hmmm.... Moab in June. We'll need those airplane firefighter suits, the silver ones.
    That's just, like, my opinion, man...

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    Ok, how about July, then?

    I know, it's the perfect time of year to go down there. I just passed up a trip this week because I have too much to do. I'm stuck in a weird transitional phase between wanting to ski and wanting to garden. I don't know if I'm coming or going!

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    Evilhomer? Do I know you from class at the art center?
    P.S. What's a kitchen pass?

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    What's it like in September, still too hot or by chance?

    There was a teacher at Art Center, Vartikian I believe, sp, who kept saying "Chiaroscuro". She was very polished and fun to be in class with.

    My next door neighbor just got back this morning from AZ and spent 7 hours at the SLC airport while they cleaned off a fuel spill from a runway. I spent 8 hours there in a snow storm several years back.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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