Thanks for the holiday gift.

>
> I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> in it.
>
> Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
>
> Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> Ina (in the Boro)
 

Canadian four amphs

Amphicar Expert
Ina,,
You live in a small world , You and RON don,t even know what a LANEWAY is!
language is fun between Ontario and the South,,, Pop...Soda
Line...Q.. in Britian etc.....Ownerships. pink slips,
Key Ring..fobs!
GORD
 

Ed Price

Member
Ina:

You can read all about "fobs" at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob

There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key fobs:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob

You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a Brazilian
company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting very
worried about not being able to get them distributed before Christmas. When
the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag of
Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big job of
individually packaging and shipping the gifts!

As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation device.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.



Quote:

>
> I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> in it.
>
> Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
>
> Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> Ina (in the Boro)



-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
Ina in the Boro
 

Jackie

New Member
Who are the Fobs for ?
I am a member, I didn't receive one.
Are they for sale ?
Jackie Luellen '66 Red


In a message dated 12/18/2009 8:34:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

Ina:

You can read all about "fobs" at:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob_ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob)

There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key fobs:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob_
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob)

You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a Brazilian
company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting very
worried about not being able to get them distributed before Christmas. When
the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag of
Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big job of
individually packaging and shipping the gifts!

As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation device.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.



Quote:


Quote:

>
> I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> in it.
>
> Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
>
> Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> Ina (in the Boro)
 

Ed Price

Member
Jackie:

The annual Christmas gift was mailed this week, from Pennsylvania, to all
IAOC members. Please give the USPS a few days to get the deliveries done.
(Really bad weather in store for the Northeast today.) If you haven't
received yours in a couple of more business days, then email me directly.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: Jackie [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 7:35 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: RE: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday
gift.


Who are the Fobs for ?
I am a member, I didn't receive one.
Are they for sale ?
Jackie Luellen '66 Red


In a message dated 12/18/2009 8:34:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

Ina:

You can read all about "fobs" at:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob_ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob)

There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key fobs:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob_
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob)

You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a Brazilian
company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting very
worried about not being able to get them distributed before Christmas. When
the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag of
Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big job of
individually packaging and shipping the gifts!

As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation device.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.



Quote:


Quote:


Quote:

>
> I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> in it.
>
> Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
>
> Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> Ina (in the Boro)
 
Thanks for the Wikipedia site. I did check it out & found out that
key fobs are REALLY key chains. How interesting. And I thought that
Ron made it up.

What an interesting story about your ordering our gifts. Boy you must
have been going nuts waiting. I'll bet you were checking the street
every time you heard a car go by. What a shame you had to wait so
long for those fobs to arrive. And that wooden nickel, who would have
thought that it was a personal flotation device! I guess I can just
keep that in my glove compartment instead of a life jacket. It
certainly doesn't take up as much room. If needed do I have to spit
on it to inflate it? (Just kidding. I know that you just hold it in
your hand & jump into the water. It will inflate automatically. I'm
not stupid you know.)

Again, thanks for the great gift. Ina (in the Boro waiting for the
snow to fall)

On Dec 18, 2009, at 8:29 PM, Ed Price wrote:


> Ina:
>
> You can read all about "fobs" at:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob
>
> There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key
> fobs:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob
>
> You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a
> Brazilian
> company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting
> very
> worried about not being able to get them distributed before
> Christmas. When
> the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag
> of
> Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
> process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big
> job of
> individually packaging and shipping the gifts!
>
> As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation
> device.
>
>
> Ed Price
> El Cajon, CA USA
> WB6WSN
> 1961 Amphicar
> 1987 MB 420SEL
>
>
>
>
>
>
> _____
>
> From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
> Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
> To: edprice@cox.net
> Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the
> holiday gift.
>
>
>
> Quote:
>
> Quote:
> >
> > I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> > thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> > of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> > envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> > be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> > be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> > fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> > thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> > in it.
> >
> > Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> > holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> > husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> > I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> > it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> > chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
> >
> > Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> > family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> > his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> > my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> > Ina (in the Boro)
>
>
>
>
 

CapnJohn

Amphi Guru & Former IAOC President
Just a friendly request that I am sure many would agree with. Just like the presents under the tree, I prefer to be surprised when I open them. So in the future, can we not spoil the surprise for those who did not get thiers yet by waiting to post what it is until everybody has a chance to experience a little bit 'O Christmas surprise? Mine hasn't arrived, and it's not going to be a surprise for me or those west of The Mississippi river.

The annual X-mas gift was started by Marc Schlemmer (Thanks for that Marc!!!) and is the one thing about this club that I look forward to. Except for the one year when I made a polished aluminum bilge pump extention and showed it to Amphipoda, his reply was "Great, can you make 349 more?" :dft012: So after making 350 of them by hand, by myself (took me almost a month), the surprise was for me was gone, but the popularity of it and seeing them on the cars sure made it all worth while!
 

cigarman

Amphicar Expert
Ed,
Good job getting the gift all worked out. Dealing with South America can be a nightmare. I imported cigars from Ecuador and had a pain with customs all the time...

I really like that the keychain has 2 types (options) of rings, I removed the one with the little clip/latch that hooks on to things. I had to break it off (Easily) but now it is exactly what I use,
the standard ring.

Have a great Holiday Season Everyone!!!

Cigarman
 

Amphipoda

Amphicar Expert & Forum Contributor
Nice little stocking stuffers indeed. My hats' off to the IAOC for their
continuation of the annual gift.

Here's hoping we all get out of the den & swim more in 2010!

Be well, swim safe.

A-poda
 
Hello ED: I tryed to make a new post but no luck? I still have not recieved the new keychain

yet. anyway you can send me one? I am a club member, My name is Paul Dion

272 Vrooman Ave

Amsterdam NY 12010

THANKS PAUL 67 blue



To: pvcj@hotmail.com
Subject: RE: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.
Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 05:58:33 -0500
From:




Jackie:

The annual Christmas gift was mailed this week, from Pennsylvania, to all
IAOC members. Please give the USPS a few days to get the deliveries done.
(Really bad weather in store for the Northeast today.) If you haven't
received yours in a couple of more business days, then email me directly.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: Jackie [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 7:35 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: RE: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday
gift.


Who are the Fobs for ?
I am a member, I didn't receive one.
Are they for sale ?
Jackie Luellen '66 Red


In a message dated 12/18/2009 8:34:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
writes:

Ina:

You can read all about "fobs" at:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob_ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob)

There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key fobs:
_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob_
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob)

You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a Brazilian
company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting very
worried about not being able to get them distributed before Christmas. When
the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag of
Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big job of
individually packaging and shipping the gifts!

As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation device.


Ed Price
El Cajon, CA USA
WB6WSN
1961 Amphicar
1987 MB 420SEL






_____

From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
To: edprice@cox.net
Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.



Quote:


Quote:


Quote:



Quote:




>
> I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> in it.
>
> Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
>
> Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> Ina (in the Boro)

_________________________________________________________________
Hotmail: Free, trusted and rich email service.
http://clk.atdmt.com/GBL/go/171222984/direct/01/
 
R

Ron Green

Guest
Paul,

Give it a few more days. The majority of the members have received it however for some reason a few haven't. A member 2 hours from my house where they were mailed from the post office on Dec 14th still didn't get it his. None have came back as undeliverable so hopefully you will receive it shortly. Such is balk mail. They have something like 20 days to deliver but typically go through in 5 days. Hopefully you received the newsletter which was mailed on Dec 16th.

Ron Green
 

bkahler

Member
Thanks for the holiday gift.

Same here, I'm a registered member and haven't received the key chain.

Brad

Richmond, KY



On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 7:48 AM, amphicarowner <


> Hello ED: I tryed to make a new post but no luck? I still have not
> recieved the new keychain
>
> yet. anyway you can send me one? I am a club member, My name is Paul Dion
>
> 272 Vrooman Ave
>
> Amsterdam NY 12010
>
> THANKS PAUL 67 blue
>
>
>
> To: pvcj@hotmail.com
> Subject: RE: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday
> gift.
> Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 05:58:33 -0500
> From:
>
>
>
>
> Jackie:
>
> The annual Christmas gift was mailed this week, from Pennsylvania, to all
> IAOC members. Please give the USPS a few days to get the deliveries done.
> (Really bad weather in store for the Northeast today.) If you haven't
> received yours in a couple of more business days, then email me directly.
>
>
> Ed Price
> El Cajon, CA USA
> WB6WSN
> 1961 Amphicar
> 1987 MB 420SEL
>
>
>
>
>
>
> _____
>
> From: Jackie [mailto:]
> Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 7:35 PM
> To: edprice@cox.net
> Subject: RE: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday
> gift.
>
>
> Who are the Fobs for ?
> I am a member, I didn't receive one.
> Are they for sale ?
> Jackie Luellen '66 Red
>
>
> In a message dated 12/18/2009 8:34:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> writes:
>
> Ina:
>
> You can read all about "fobs" at:
> _http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob_ (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fob)
>
> There are watch fobs, computer fobs (dongles), and of course, key fobs:
> _http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob_
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Key_fob)
>
> You might be interested to know that I ordered those fobs from a Brazilian
> company. It took almost two months to import them, and I was getting very
> worried about not being able to get them distributed before Christmas. When
> the USPS finally delivered them, they had been repackaged like a bag of
> Halloween candy! (Somebody in Miami apparently grabbed a few in the
> process!) Finally, many thanks to Ron & Valerie Green for the big job of
> individually packaging and shipping the gifts!
>
> As for that wooden nickel, that's actually a personal flotation device.
>
>
> Ed Price
> El Cajon, CA USA
> WB6WSN
> 1961 Amphicar
> 1987 MB 420SEL
>
>
>
>
>
>
> _____
>
> From: inaintheboro [mailto:]
> Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2009 9:30 PM
> To: edprice@cox.net
> Subject: [General Amphicar Discussion-t-20649] Thanks for the holiday gift.
>
>
>
> Quote:
>
>
> Quote:
>
>
> Quote:
>
>
>
> Quote:
>
>
>
>
> Quote:
> >
> > I got my wonderful holiday gift today & also learned a new word so
> > thanks for the double gift, Ron & the IAOC board. I had never heard
> > of a 'fob' before & when the cute, wooden token fell out of the
> > envelope I thought, "So, this is our annual gift? Boy, we must not
> > be doing well this year. And, hey, what's a 'fob' anyway? It must
> > be this wooden token." I just kept looking at the 'logo key
> > fob' (the wooden token) wondering how I'd attach a key to it? I
> > thought that maybe mine was defective & someone forgot to put a hole
> > in it.
> >
> > Then, like magic, while pulling out the directory, a BEAUTIFUL key
> > holder started to come out. Now that is a real nice gift!!!! My
> > husband Bob really likes it. Thanks for this fantastic key fob.
> > I'm still really baffled about the 'fob' part of the name. Maybe
> > it's a regional thing? Here in Jersey we just call them 'key
> > chains'. Oh well, thanks for the English lesson too.
> >
> > Happy holidays to all my wonderful Amphicar buddies. The Cabanas
> > family is off to Atlanta & we're going to stop & see Rick Young &
> > his family. We're all so excited about this trip. We'll be driving
> > my new 1997 Georgie Boy Pursuit. Can't wait to get it on the road.
> > Ina (in the Boro)
>
> __________________________________________________ _______________
> Hotmail: Free, trusted and rich email service.
> http://clk.atdmt.com/GBL/go/171222984/direct/01/
>
>
>
 
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