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So is that a video camera on top of the drone (blue device)?

 

 

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That's the antenna, there's a small camera on the opposite end on top of the white foam

 

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My 2nd hobby is cars. Mostly for looks but, the SRT Caliber was pushing about 350 HP out of the little 4 cyl turbo. I miss this car a lot!!!

 

58 years old and the wife still waiting for me to grow up and quit playing with toys...lol!

Those cars look awesome!! I used to be into cars as well (not to your level though), but had to get rid of my 93 Honda Prelude 4WS when the kids came along. For now it's Minivan Dad for me. Down the road, I'm thinking of picking up a 991 or 997 series Porsche to work on and play with after the kids finish college.

 

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Nice! My son is now just getting into ice hockey..

 

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MDGH, not sure where you are in MD, but if you are anywhere near Odenton, there is a great program at Piney Orchard Ice Rink- Nelson Hockey Association- run by Nelson Burton, former NHLer with the Capitals.  Nelson runs a great program, running from "Give It A Shot" which is for beginners, with loaner equipment and even sleds if you don't know how to skate, all the way thru adult pickup scrimmages twice a week.  Take a look at www.nelsonhockey.org   In the Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington, DC and NoVa area there are some great hockey leagues for all ages and skill levels, up to and including elite travelling teams associated with farm teams for professional teams...

 

I play with Nelson's crew several times a month, and play for a team in Laurel, as well as fill in as a sub goalie periodically... PM me if you have any questions- Nelson is a "salt of the earth" kind of guy and has a very good outlook on the development of younger players- "make sure they have fun" which is really a great approach - 

 

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MDGH, not sure where you are in MD, but if you are anywhere near Odenton, there is a great program at Piney Orchard Ice Rink- Nelson Hockey Association- run by Nelson Burton, former NHLer with the Capitals. Nelson runs a great program, running from "Give It A Shot" which is for beginners, with loaner equipment and even sleds if you don't know how to skate, all the way thru adult pickup scrimmages twice a week. Take a look at www.nelsonhockey.org In the Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington, DC and NoVa area there are some great hockey leagues for all ages and skill levels, up to and including elite travelling teams associated with farm teams for professional teams...

 

I play with Nelson's crew several times a month, and play for a team in Laurel, as well as fill in as a sub goalie periodically... PM me if you have any questions- Nelson is a "salt of the earth" kind of guy and has a very good outlook on the development of younger players- "make sure they have fun" which is really a great approach -

 

Funny you should mention Nelson and his program. I see Nelson all the time when my son goes there to participate in his beginning ice hockey program. Real great guy as you said. His home town recently honored his hockey achievements and I only found out when he didn't show up for the program one day. I only live about 5 minutes from that ice rink and spend pretty much my entire Saturday morning and early afternoon since my daughter figure skates too. Let me know when you come down this way and maybe we can catch drinks at the green turtle after your games.

 

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MDGH, not sure where you are in MD, but if you are anywhere near Odenton, there is a great program at Piney Orchard Ice Rink- Nelson Hockey Association- run by Nelson Burton, former NHLer with the Capitals. Nelson runs a great program, running from "Give It A Shot" which is for beginners, with loaner equipment and even sleds if you don't know how to skate, all the way thru adult pickup scrimmages twice a week. Take a look at www.nelsonhockey.org In the Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington, DC and NoVa area there are some great hockey leagues for all ages and skill levels, up to and including elite travelling teams associated with farm teams for professional teams...

 

I play with Nelson's crew several times a month, and play for a team in Laurel, as well as fill in as a sub goalie periodically... PM me if you have any questions- Nelson is a "salt of the earth" kind of guy and has a very good outlook on the development of younger players- "make sure they have fun" which is really a great approach -

 

Sorry about the double post. Company wifi is acting funny...

 

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Funny you should mention Nelson and his program. I see Nelson all the time when my son goes there to participate in his beginning ice hockey program. Real great guy as you said. His home town recently honored his hockey achievements and I only found out when he didn't show up for the program one day. I only live about 5 minutes from that ice rink and spend pretty much my entire Saturday morning and early afternoon since my daughter figure skates too. Let me know when you come down this way and maybe we can catch drinks at the green turtle after your games.

 

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To funny!  will let you know next time  I am over there- usually Monday or Wednesday 9-10 pm- and there are always adult beverages after - that's why we play!!!

 

For a chuckle, watch this video...

 

 

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To funny! will let you know next time I am over there- usually Monday or Wednesday 9-10 pm- and there are always adult beverages after - that's why we play!!!

 

For a chuckle, watch this video...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWDr8qPjZ7A

My daughter has skating lessons Monday at 5PM. 9-10? I didn't realize the rink was open that late, lol.

 

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My daughter has skating lessons Monday at 5PM. 9-10? I didn't realize the rink was open that late, lol.

 

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I go skating about 3 times a year. In fact, I went yesterday. It didn't go that well. I'm a wall-hugger. (Okay, not quite, but there are a lot of people in this world better than me.) I think I should take lessons...

 

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I miss playing ice hockey I use to play weekly it's cheaper than golf and more of a workout but I am very competitive even in fun games of hockey I don't take it lightly and I get myself into trouble

 

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I go skating about 3 times a year. In fact, I went yesterday. It didn't go that well. I'm a wall-hugger. (Okay, not quite, but there are a lot of people in this world better than me.) I think I should take lessons...

 

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Well at least you went out on the ice👍. I havent been out since I busted my as* 4 times in 10 ft going from a wall to another wall. The Last time I fell, I landed on my coccyx and that was all she wrote. Haven't been on any type of skates, hover board, etc since (going on 13 years now).

 

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My 2nd hobby is cars. Mostly for looks but, the SRT Caliber was pushing about 350 HP out of the little 4 cyl turbo. I miss this car a lot!!!

 

58 years old and the wife still waiting for me to grow up and quit playing with toys...lol!

We don't outgrow toys, they just get bigger and more expensive 😁

 

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