Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
December 7, 2010
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Philadelphia prior to Cincinnati
Mostly adventuring, but I do take on projects to help companies and organizations grow
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Henry, your talk was great. I had on the cowboy hat sitting behind Larry.
I am about 3 years from my retirement date and after hearing your talk I started thinking it must have taken a lot of planning to get your life moving in this direction. I would like to contanct Larry, but don't know his last name. I think you know him. He was on the island trip. He has 12 kayaks. I want to learn more how you guys prepared for retirement. Hope it makes sense.
Hi Henry, Glad to see your part of the group. Also congratulations on the 10th anniversary of the group you founded Cincypaddlers which I am proud to be a member of. Jim
Henry...If no one has yet taken you up on a car-pool ride over to Paint Creek, I can meet you somewhere convenient along 50 near 275. There's some side streets east of 275 around some businesses, but don't know of much else. Let me know if the ride is still available and where to stash my car. Tom
OK, Henry, What boat are you taking? What should I take, My 12 foot pungo or my 9ft Otter?
Rapids or flat?
Thanks. See you on Monday morning. Tom
After the paddle and while we're in the neighborhood, if you have the time, could you show me some of the in's and out's of the Paint Creek run below the dam and the Rocky Fork Creek run? All I've heard are some very good rumors with no details which means it must be really nice.
Hey there, Henry! Glad to see you aboard this fledgling little group. Thus far the most I've been able to do is make sure it didn't die and then say Hi to everyone. That was about ten days ago. What I would like to see with this group is small, quiet water experiences where we can enjoy the nature around us. Todd's Fork was an excellent example and I hope there will be many more to come. So stand by, I'm getting my act together for an event...and soon :) And last night became Chinese de Mayo.