Message from Roger Feilmeier

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Wayne
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Message from Roger Feilmeier

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Got a message this morning said from Roger with a link to click on. I figure it is a scam and if you click on that link you will have bought the farm. I don't open any unsolicited messages. It went in the bit bucket.
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I've gotten them before also. When in doubt, throw it out.
Memory plant.... Change or clean the air filter in your air compressor! Mine runs 1/4 as much, and tools run better.
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Oh man, what a disgrace. Bad enough all the scam cram going around ... but for it to come from the account of a departed friend to all, really takes the cake.
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Ironically, it will be 4 years on Saturday (the 19th) since Roger passed away. Sad to hear of scams like that, using a good mans name.
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Speaking of Roger, the last two of his windmills transplanted from Iowa to Texas in 2018 were erected about a month ago. It is doubtful these mills will ever see a -(negative) Fahrenheit ever again.

I meant to post photos last month. Roger took great care and pride with his mills.

I’d like thank Gregg and Ron again. I did email Barb photos of all three erected windmills transplanted from Iowa to Texas, but I never received a response to know she received the photos.
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Beautiful setting. Is that Lake Waco?
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The Fairbury is at my in-laws and that’s Lake Whitney. The #15 and WB (not pictured) are at my place outside of Waco.
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Funny, I been thinking of this thread the last couple days.

CTXmiller - Which of those windmills do you suppose was the one Roger was cleaning up in the kitchen sink, when his wife was out of town (pre-remodel)?

Wayne - Did this message come as an email? Or a forum message? If a forum message, it would have had to been from the old forum.
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Mister Ed - not sure, but I remember that photo. I was lucky enough to receive multiple photo albums and a few CDs containing photos on rebuilds, take downs and installs. Odds are, it wasn’t the WB as it was a NOS that Roger found around 2009 and the 10’ Dempster #15 is too big and heavy. Possibly the Fairbury or another.
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Mine came as an email.
Memory plant.... Change or clean the air filter in your air compressor! Mine runs 1/4 as much, and tools run better.
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