A Farewell and a Thank you to Earwen_Lightrider as she moves out East!

Discussion in 'Pacific Regional Discussion' started by Miana Kenobi, Sep 29, 2006.

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  1. Miana Kenobi Costuming & Props Mod - Retired Admin

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    After such a short time here as an RSA, Earwen has moved back East. While we are in the process of looking for a new RSA, I'd like to say THANK YOU to Natalie for everything she's done and that I'll miss working with her! [:D]
  2. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    Yes she will be missed, one less person to pester when I go up to Spokane to see the people in their fan force. Don't be a stranger now Nat.

    good luck and take care Nat [:D]
  3. AboutaSith Jedi Grand Master

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  4. TionneHawk Jedi Grand Master

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    Thanks Earwen! You served the Pacific Region well!

    Now, to find a new RSA to torment. [face_devil]

  5. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    Awwwww. Thanks all. I don't plan on being a stranger.

    [:D]

    And Miana, feel free to call on me if the Pacific ever gets out of hand. I'm still there in heart anyway ;)
  6. JediYvette Pacific RSA emeritus

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    You are missed, Earwen. :(

    But good luck. :)
  7. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    What is this talk of getting out of hand Nat? We O:) here :p

    I am glad you aren't planning on being a stranger Nat, you are a lot of fun to talk with [:D]
  8. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    It rains alot here... I miss the Spokane.


    Good thing I still have all of you to bug.
  9. Lowbacca_1977 Force Ghost

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    You... miss Washington... but are complaining about it raining too much? Is that really possible?
  10. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    Quite possible in fact, contrary to popular belief not all of Washington is like Seattle. In fact the area of Washington I live in gets very little rain because it is in the desert area of Washington so far our cummulative perceptation for the year is below 8 inches for sure and I think it is below 7 inches as of today (would require me to pay attention more during weather at work :p). Nat lived only a few hours above me in similar weather conditions most of the time, at least the times I have been up to Spokane the weather is very similar to where I live.
  11. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    Drats! You beat me to the "not all Washington cities are rainy like Seattle" remark. Basically, if you live East of the mountains in Washington, you don't get near as much rain. The mountains take care of it :p So yes, it is possible.

    You really should pay attention at work furry Jedi :p

  12. JediYvette Pacific RSA emeritus

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    It also doesn't rain as much as one would believe in Seattle. It's usually really dry June-September. :p
  13. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    Ugh....those months are a total drag here, we had a week where the lowest temp of the week was 103 and the high was 112 it sucked. I think we got rain twice from June to September
  14. TionneHawk Jedi Grand Master

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    Sounds like a typical September here. 103-112
    It's 80 today...I'm waiting for those storm clouds to roll in...any day now.....aaannny day...

    Bring on the rain!
  15. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    You get rain often? *is jealous*

    Man do I miss living in Cali
  16. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    Hehehe... so how's the weather? We had snow :p
  17. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    Warm for the most part Nat, it was 70 something outside this afternoon :p
  18. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    I'd prefer that to the nasty wind.

    Yesterday I was scared out of my mind when a loud alarm came on in the condo. It appears they have a high wind alarm that sounds. Gave me the heebiejeebies.
  19. Miana Kenobi Costuming & Props Mod - Retired Admin

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    It's raining. Thanks for sending it my way, Nat. [face_frustrated]


    :p
  20. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    You're welcome :p

    It's still really windy here... but on the bright side, that blasted alarm hasn't gone off again.
  21. TionneHawk Jedi Grand Master

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    Feel free to package that rain and send it up here, Rachel. We really could use it!
  22. Miana Kenobi Costuming & Props Mod - Retired Admin

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    I think I did. It's all sunny and hot now.

    Why can't our weather ever make up it's mind[face_frustrated] ?
  23. Lowbacca_1977 Force Ghost

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    if its not rainy, its not washington, its western Idaho.


    that storm was a bit odd....but hey, my car is cleaner now.
  24. Earwen_Lightrider Former RSA & Spokantina CR

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    Being that Idaho is an hours drive from Spokane there isn't much difference between the two.


    In Wisconsin, the only part about the weather that has had its mind made up so far is the wind. Tis pretty constantly there.
  25. ewok_jedi Jedi Grand Master

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    That is a rather poorly informed opinion and geographical knowledge of Washington state, nearly half of Washington's land mass gets under 20 inches of rain in a year (semi-arid desert is either beloe 15 inches or 20 inches of rain in a year). Where i live this year to date we have gotten a grand total of 6.28 inches of precepitation (a desert area sometimes consiered semi arid) and I live closer to Oregon than I do Idaho. My home is roughly 2 hours from the Idaho border if I go in a straight line (not really how I get to Idaho) where as I live 40 minutes from or so from the Oregon boarder.

    [image=http://www.wamaps.com/maps/precipitation_map.gif]

    Does that image show you more of what WA looks like for rain? I happen to live in the red spotch

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