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Subject: Greetings...from "Colorful" Colorado :)
From: "meredith lamb" mlamb1@..........
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 10:04:09 -0700

Hi all,

In regards to the KS36k seismo in my view, I think we'll all
end up in somewhat of a better shape if we can understand
that overall the units are far too complex for any one individual
to successfully "salvage", setup and maintain.....and to add to
that, its more than likely just from their age factor, they are
highly likely of NOT being totally fully operational (only,
in themselves) to begin with.

I'd also logically sure that USGS in Albuquerque will have a variety
of individuals OTHER than PSN there for their own interests.
One has be there just to obtain "something", to begin with.  Its
still a first come, first served basis as far as I know.....just to
get the items.  They could be overwhelmed on the first day or
even the first hour. a sense, its possibly better to have
a number of PSN type people there, rather than just one or
two.  Personally, I like alot of the ideas put forth earlier
by others...but...if they are not there at the time, their
maybe nothing to acquire.  I plan to be there, but I also am
willing to relinquish any or all parts I'am lucky enough to get,
to those individuals who I know have a much better chance of
successful reclaimation, while there, or by later shipment. 
Its also likely that the time of overall involvement by any
"volunteer" can eventually take years to do, and the chances 
of success will not be exactly extremely high.

BTW, I'am expecting the New Mexico scenery this time of
year to be quite going to be the
biggest payoff to me, and the only likely "sure thing".

Take care,

Meredith Lamb


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