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$100 Hamburgers in Maine

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Old September 21st 03, 02:44 PM
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hope you can come to our fly-in and have a hamburger. Just drop in and say
hello. We sometimes get 5 or 6 GA at the annual fly-in. Last year two
helicopters stopped in for a visit. The more the better for the spectators.
Everyone is welcome to stop by. We listen to 123.375
Flying Gators annual Fly-in

We have 2000 feet of nice green grass. Here is
a video of a twin landing at our fly-in.

"Roger Long" wrote i..
If you go to the popular restaurant at Sanford, make that a $108.00
hamburger. They now have a "handling" fee if you tie down at the FBO next


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