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New member from Washington

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by NwbHoss, Feb 20, 2022.

  1. NwbHoss

    NwbHoss Member

    Feb 12, 2022
    retired crane operator
    Rice Washington
    Hello I figured I should introduce myself, Name is Mark my friends call me Hoss I guess I screwed up while signing up and put my name as my screen name but cant find how to change it.
    Skyking referred me to here when he started helping me look for a RT crane that I am buying to build a couple log homes in Northeast Washington.
    I am a retired overhead crane operator of 35 years from Boeing
    I have almost zero experience with boom cranes so I am getting a serious education here.
    Looking forward to leaning a lot here I have already picked a ton of good info on my crane search!
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  2. skyking1

    skyking1 Senior Member

    Nov 3, 2020
    Welcome aboard :)
    You can PM one of the moderators for a name change, I do believe.
    maybe make a post in the support thread. You need to be known as Hoss of some sort, so you can post about the hossienda :D
  3. Crummy

    Crummy Senior Member

    Jul 9, 2017
    Welcome Hoss
    Years ago I delivered a little tractor to Rice. Nice area.
    Your profile pic brings back memories- '88-'90 Renton
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