Ya know, I would say its about a 48 incher, couldnt even fit it in the cooler! Didn't put up as much of a fight as that red! I hooked into a monster red on a fishing trip I went on at Bay Flats Lodge in Sea Drift, Texas (great place!) I saw its head right before it snapped my line and headed else where. Still dream about it. (Typical fishing story)
Hi, Jim: Wow, I had two kids and if it wasn't for Lady Clairol, I would be very grey.
Jennifer Clark is a great lady. I am glad you are keeping her busy.
You Know Jen's (my daughter who is a CSR out here in CA) boss is on Eclipse. Her name is Cherril Peranich. She doesn't live in Riverside, but she lives on the way out there. Give me your e-mail and I will get you in touch with her. Or her phone is 714-637-3774. Please tell her I gave her your number.
I'm excited to be taking things to the next level -- wireless! It will be some time, though, since I'm always working and need to take these things in small chunks. I can't afford to be at a depo and have software or technical glitches! Yikes! The month of August is usually slower than most, so I'm hoping that I will have some extra time to research and try out a couple new things. I'd like to first drop the cables, then I'd like to try Stenocast to send realtime to my scopists! That's my short-term plan, anyway!
Hi, Jim! I am a couple hours from Riverside (with traffic). Not sure when your job is. I'll be at the convention this week, so I'm staying off calendar till next week. If you end up still needing help, let me know. I'm realtiming with Eclipse, but I'm not running TeleView or StenoCast (yet). I'm hoping to gain more knowledge about those processes at the convention with the intent of putting all of those to use in the coming months.
Hey, Jim: That is quite a fish. How are you? I am still out here in California. I'm no longer working for Stenograph, so it's ok for you to use Eclipse ; ). In fact, I even sent a resume to them recently.
Hope everything is going well for you. -- Maggie