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scott carson
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scott carson and Jim "FLASH" Johnston are now friends
Dec 16, 2010
scott carson commented on Steve Compton's group 1977 Atlas Van Lines
"Nice to have you back at work my friend.  Hope to be able to join you this next year for some of the fun and for a chance to learn from the master!"
Dec 15, 2010
scott carson joined Steve Compton's group
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1977 Atlas Van Lines

Construction updates as the famous "Blue Blaster" is restored to her original racing condition. Updates by Don Mock and Phil Lampman - Photos by Phil LampmanSee More
Dec 5, 2010
scott carson and Joshua Hyatt are now friends
Nov 14, 2010
scott carson and Glenn D. Raymond are now friends
Nov 13, 2010
scott carson is now friends with Phil Lampman and Steve Compton
Nov 9, 2010
scott carson is now a member of Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum
Nov 7, 2010

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At 9:24pm on December 15, 2010, Michael Danas said…

Thanks Scott, nice to meet you. I'll be an alum after this spring and can't wait to try and make a little money so I can attend more races!

Go Cougs

At 5:37pm on November 10, 2010, Phil Lampman said…
You are so welcome, Scott. We "real" Boeing people need to stick together. Wonder why Knowlen hasn't made his presence known yet on this new website?

I am very proud to be associated with the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum and am thankful for fellow enthusiasts like yourself, who play such a huge part in not only conserving the touchstones to our more youthful days, but, indeed, having such a significant presence in preserving the sport for our kids and grandkids. If it wasn't for people like yourself and Linda, we'd probably all be working out of a leased warehouse in the south end or... Oh wait... never mind.

You're a good man, Scott Carson, and I enjoy your company. I have a lot more fun being around than you I did in the meetings I attended in Everett.

This is fun, right? What was it Alan used to say all the time; enjoy the journey and each other? I certainly am...

Thank you Scott. For all that you do.

Phil
 
 
 

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