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    Default The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.



    Yes, after quite a few days rain and a bought of pneumonia, I may get a chance to set up and use my new Scope tonight.

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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Welcome to the forums Jeff
    Good luck, I hope the skies cooperate with you.
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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Good luck mate, hope you have clear skies.
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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hello and welcome to the Forum!

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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hi Jeff and welcome to the forums. Glad you're feeling better and let us know how things go with your new scope!
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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hi Jeff! Sorry to hear about your pneumonia....that stuff is no fun! Hope you get to take your scope out. No matter what snags show up as you learn how to use it, take it all in and make sure you have fun. As you learn about your scope and the sky, things will get easier. ....Just don't stay out so long that you get a relapse with the pneumonia!
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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hi Jeff! Welcome to the forum and thanks for joining us!

    Best of luck with your scope tonight!

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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hello Jeff. A warm welcome to you and clear skies
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    Hi there Jeff, Welcome to the forums!
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    Default Re: The Sun is shining and I may get a chance to use my brand new scope tonight.

    Hi Jeff welcome to the forum.
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