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Posted by Kimble A. Cookson on March 5, 2002 21:50:27 UTC

The site is now on my official list of things I need to know. I just found my new Celestron 80mm EQ awaiting at my door for assembly. My first scope after months of Binocs' and Starfinding. I am finding that the simplicity of discovering ones way around the night skies is a wonder of its own. I suspect that the Bi's will remain around my neck for the rest of my life as it allows such a wider view of the constellations. By the way....I am a Mainer who got stuck down here 6 years ago. I suspect we would both settle for the Carolina's given the choice. The best of all seasons !!!!

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