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Kellykins
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Kellykins

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Kellykins was last seen:
Jan 22, 2014
    1. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      Hey Kelly,

      How have you been. Good I hope. Hope you are doing well in scholl. I have a new email. It is dan.holloway@fluor.com. Hope to hear from you soon. Good Luck in school.
    2. scubajo007
      scubajo007
      Hi Kells Happy birthday, hope you enjoy your time in Aberdeen
    3. NJ to FLA
      NJ to FLA
      KELLY!!!!!!!!!! where have you been! I haven't seen you on here in so long!
    4. Newbie100
      Newbie100
      Read your profile, I dive in cold water also--lake Michigan--it's kinda cool to see someone that doesn't need a dry suit for cool water. I dove in 48F water with a 7MM farmer John and was just (face was cold though) Some people need a dry suit when the water is 65F. Sent you a friends request also.
    5. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      Just find a hill with very few trees and an open field at the bottom and a large piece of plastic (large enough for you and a friend). Walk to the top of the hill, sit down on the plastic with your friend and let gravity take control.
    6. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      Toboggan is a Canadian word I guess. Some people call them sleighs, bit it may too grand of a word for what it really is. Some people simply call it sliding. There is also a slightly different version here. It is a slip of manufactured plastic called a crazy carpet, some kids use it as it is cheaper than a toboggan and the speeds are faster, but with even less sterring control. Cardboard aslo works well for a short time until the cardboard breaks down. Before the snow melts you should try it. You will enjoy it.
    7. AlbertaDan
    8. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      Toboganning is sliding down a hill on a contraption called a toboggan.

      A toboggan is a sled without the steel runners. It is essentially a few strips of wood that have been steamed and formed into a curl at one end. There are usually a rope on each side for holding onto. A group of betwen 2 and up to 6 people get on and slide down a hill. The steering is controlled by weight transfer, but I have never had much luck trying to steer them. So the riders are at the mercy of gravity nad the hill conditons. It sounds dangerous but is a lot of fun.
    9. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      Hey Kelly! How was your Christmas? Good I hope, except for all the snow!!! Hope it is not messing you up too badly. I know that you are not used to all the snow bit it does have its advantages; like a few extra days off from school, more time spent with the family, a chance to go toboganning, and have some fun.

      Enjoy it, because I'm sure it won't last too much longer.
    10. AlbertaDan
      AlbertaDan
      you may get a return message if you email me. I haven't had access to email for a couple of weeks as I'm across the country and don't have access to my work mail. It may be too full to accept nay more messages. But try anyhow.

      I'll be busy the next couple of days with Christmas and gift opening and family visits. But on Sat I should be able to get back here.

      Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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