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#1 Sean Seah

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Posted 25 February 2010 - 01:06 PM

Hi guys, I am considering to attend the SOA Workshop in May. What are the main differences between the 2 workshops besides the extra day of training for the Classic? I'm not sure if we get to use smaller rigs like the Flyer during the SOA training. The nice thing is the lead instructor is Jerry for both so I'm certain its going to be good. Of cse it would be great if Mr Garett could pop by. Just like to know what I could be missing. Thanks!

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#2 Jerry Holway

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Posted 25 February 2010 - 06:27 PM

Hi guys, I am considering to attend the SOA Workshop in May. What are the main differences between the 2 workshops besides the extra day of training for the Classic? I'm not sure if we get to use smaller rigs like the Flyer during the SOA training. The nice thing is the lead instructor is Jerry for both so I'm certain its going to be good. Of cse it would be great if Mr Garett could pop by. Just like to know what I could be missing. Thanks!

Sean
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Sean,

Garrett and I will be at both workshops all week, and ssentially the workshops are the same - different venues but much the same structure. Biggest difference is the altitude!

Either one will be great; both will have a Flyer and Pilot and Merlin; most of the teaching/training is done on Archers, Clippers, and Ultra2s.

Jerry
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Posted 26 February 2010 - 05:17 AM

Sean,

Garrett and I will be at both workshops all week, and ssentially the workshops are the same - different venues but much the same structure. Biggest difference is the altitude!

Either one will be great; both will have a Flyer and Pilot and Merlin; most of the teaching/training is done on Archers, Clippers, and Ultra2s.

Jerry


That is awesome news. I'm in. See you then!

Sean
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