Re: Ont/Mi Coilers Group

           Re: Ont/Mi Coilers Group
           Fri, 11 Apr 1997 12:25:26 -0400
           "Kevin M. Conkey" <teslacoil-at-mindspring-dot-com>
           Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>

Tesla List wrote:

              Re: Ont/Mi Coilers Group
              Sun, 30 Mar 1997 22:07:14 +0000
              "Paul Anderson" <panderso-at-ebtech-dot-net>
              I don't like Win95
              Tesla List <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>

  >  I do not know how Robert would feel about this, but maybe the
  > block Ontario coilers and the DSEMCUA (Disorganized Southeastern
  > Michigan Coilers Un-Association, there are at least 5 or 6 of us I

  > think) could converge at middle ground in Shelbourne for a coiling
  > (RF weenie roast) during the upcoming summer. Maybe June. If we
  > planning this now, maybe we all would be able to swing it.
  Hey, plan it for sometime in June or later and I'll have my monster
  potato gun finished.  I'm working on one that uses a barrel pressure

  of over 2,000 PSI!  IMHO, the DSEMCUA group should expand it's
  boundaries to encompass Ontario too.  I for one'd welcome such a
  thing, and with it being across the border and the like, shows
  be held in a place right by the border, like Sarnia or Detroit so
  that everyone has to travel an equal distance.  Consider:  To go to
  Shelburn, people from Utica would have to travel in the area of
  hours to get there.  Either way, I think it's a great idea.  TTYL!

 Paul, I suggested Shelbourn, as it seemed to me to be a middle ground
between the eastern area coilers and us here in the eastern Mi. I for
one would make a 3 hour drive if there was a group of many coilers
involved. Just plan on camping out or spending the night in a hotel.
Although we
will not have near as many coilers as the TCBOR event, some of those
people drive and fly across many states for that event!
Robert, if you need more time and help, maybe it could be in July (much
warmer!). Email me on the specs that you need for the help that you

Kevin M. Conkey