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Old 09-05-2023, 10:19 PM
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Since cannabis is legal in Colorado, does that mean we can smoke on the range?

The answer is “NO.“
Alcohol is legal in Colorado as well and you may not drink that on the field either.
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Old 09-06-2023, 01:56 PM
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The answer is “NO.“
Alcohol is legal in Colorado as well and you may not drink that on the field either.

I was just trying to make a joke.😂🤣
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Old 09-06-2023, 03:48 PM
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I was just trying to make a joke.😂🤣

Terry,

LOL, for as long as I've known you you've always seemed a bit "altered"
I was pretty sure you were kidding but I figured going "full trustee" would dissuade innocent passers-by from getting any ideas and also make me look way tougher than I am.

And be aware that all this is coming from someone who finds one of the very most pleasant aspects of international competition to be sitting on the field at the event beer-tent and having drinks with fellow competitors. Different cultures, different traditions. But absolutely not possible here in the U.S. with our insurance requirements.

I'll drink one in your honor tonight, my friend! And I hope to see you in Pueblo. We've just begun recruiting our new Junior team for Serbia and the response has been unbelievable. Should be one heck of a competition at the flyoffs next summer.

Steve
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Old 09-07-2023, 09:25 AM
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A quick question....
Are non-NAR members allowed to fly models at NARAM's sport range?
I was an NAR member (and Mountain States Region manger) back in the 70s - 80s, but have not yet re-newed by membership in the present day BAR era.


There is no membership requirement to fly on the sport range. If you wanted to fly the contests then you'd need a membership.

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