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    Spring 2009 Out Here Magazine

    Flying High


    John O'Connell has the skills and enjoys the thrills of being a crop duster — er, aerial applicator. O'Connell, now 65, …started a one-man, one-plane business in 1972. Now, 37 years later, the business has evolved and grown, airplanes have changed, and equipment has progressed light years ahead of what it once was. But one thing remains constant: John O'Connell loves to fly.

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    Featured Articles from the Spring 2009 Issue

    Ready For Dangerous Weather?
    Thank the Storm Spotters


    Trained storm spotters have worked with the National Weather Service for more than 60 years. "They play a vital role in helping us really know what's going on out in the field," says Rick Smith, the warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Norman, OK. Spotters provide the vital last link between technology and on-the-ground observation, often putting themselves at risk, Smith says.

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    Goodnight, John-Boy


    Fans of the 1970s television show The Waltons, about a close-knit, Depression-era rural Virginia family, probably recall repeated references to the Rockfish River and the town of similar name. It is based on Schuyler, VA, a community off-the-beaten-path where Earl Hamner, The Waltons' creator, and his large family grew up. Indeed, main character John-Boy Walton was based on Hamner, and the Walton children on Hamner siblings.

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    For a Better Vegetable Garden:
    Get Growing


    If you are starting a vegetable garden this year, congratulations! You are about to join the ranks of millions of Americans who have discovered how much fun it is to grow their own food. However, I think it's only fair to warn you that this is a wonderfully addictive hobby. In fact, gardening is one of America's favorite pastimes. You'll understand why once you've tasted your first home-grown tomato or enjoyed the delicious flavor of fresh corn on the cob.

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    Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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