"Wyoming member" ?
Ummm ... define "Wyoming member" (grin!).
I mailed in a membership check back in '06 to the then-advertised address ... never heard anything back ... the check was never cashed ... follow-up e-mail inquiries didn't work ... finally gave up on it ... just got around to erasing the check entry from my checkbook not too long ago.
"TCCoA membership - Def 1: Imaginary, ephemeral and intangible concept not to be realized from zip codes beginning with 82 and ending in 001."
What we have here is a married, middle-age male interested in supporting an organization (witness the speedo writeups in Interior forum) that serves as a valuable information exchange but that, for whatever reason, he cannot seem to successfully contribute to financially.
Tell you what: I enjoy the forums and appreciate the information resources that TCCoA provides, and am happy to make the occasional technical contributions that I can, to recompense in some small way all of the other folks who have so greatly expanded my knowledge of the MN12s. My hat is off to those who have done the drivetrain, suspension, performance, etc improvements and then taken the time to share with others their accumulated knowledge.
A full-fledged paid-up TCCoA membership would be nice to have - and I tried to get one - but in the overall scheme of things, it's a pretty small piece of the whole. I'm not going to lose any sleep at nights over not being able to get one.
Larry W7LES in Cheyenne WY
Life Member, American Radio Relay League - ARRL - since 1976
Active Member, Associated Public-Safety Communications Officals - APCO - since 1976
Active Member, Civil Air Patrol - CAP - since 2003