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Old 06-06-2016, 11:58 AM   #55539
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My mind doesn't enable me to imagine the angst I think I would be feeling if I was in a landing craft and the ramp is about to drop open. Normandy, Tarawa, and the like had to be hell on earth for those brave men.

God bless the men and women who served and still serve our country to safeguard our freedom.

RVMs - - when eating your breakfast or lunch and you see a veteran (they often proudly wear hats or jackets) walk to their table and give them a ten dollar bill. Thank them for their service and tell them that you're honored to buy their meal.
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Is it just me or has Papaw shed a few pounds? Another highly tuned athlete
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Hello All,

And to our Mutant Veterans, and all Veterans past, currently and to come thank you so much. We have landed in Ft. Wayne, Indiana for a short stay, then for some service to the coach, nothing serious just oil and filters and this and that, then on to Michigan to enjoy family.

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Yes, another D-Day.
I envision my Uncle Jim, USN boat pilot, having 3 Higgins landing crafts shot out from under him and being rescued and finally landing the 4th boat, and never getting a scratch on him.....except his scarred mind. He would never talk about it.
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Today was finally sunshine, low 80s, pleasant breeze, and a 3 hour drive on roads mostly new to us in Lancaster County.
"Senior Lunch" (samples at Kitchen Kettle Village) was devine.
Sorry, no pics. Your bait to come here is the above words, and perhaps some comments from Earlene and Wayne (official Lancaster County veteran gawkers and snarfers)


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Today was finally sunshine, low 80s, pleasant breeze, and a 3 hour drive on roads mostly new to us in Lancaster County.
"Senior Lunch" (samples at Kitchen Kettle Village) was devine.
Sorry, no pics. Your bait to come here is the above words, and perhaps some comments from Earlene and Wayne (official Lancaster County veteran gawkers and snarfers)


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Lancaster County, let me guess 1,500 square miles. Only explanation I can come up with for so many roads mostly new to you... that or ya didn't get out much???
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Lancaster County, let me guess 1,500 square miles. Only explanation I can come up with for so many roads mostly new to you... that or ya didn't get out much???

Not enough outings when w&@king, fer sher!
After WWII, PA had extra funds to use or lose, so they paved every road in the state. Literally!
We now explore more of them within 90 minutes (each way) in all directions. All slow cruising. Pure enjoyment!
Red goes willingly but we can tell he prefers dust.


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Is it just me or has Papaw shed a few pounds? Another highly tuned athlete
About 8 - 10. I heard beige can help you look like a marathon runner. In my case, it worked to make me look like a shot putter.
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About 8 - 10. I heard beige can help you look like a marathon runner. In my case, it worked to make me look like a shot putter.

All in favor of a beige party?
And speaking of the buttons you and I popped, tshirts are necessary, Steve! Any scouts eyeing your GS?


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OK why the sudden dirge of non posts?
hello wakie wakie
time to get up and enthrall a possum with your wonderful tidbits of internet chatter...

Hello??

Anybody home.

Been traveling all day. Finally home in Vegas. Nothing exciting to report, except that it's very hot


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Not enough outings when w&@king, fer sher!
After WWII, PA had extra funds to use or lose, so they paved every road in the state. Literally!
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Have you ever traveled the roads in and around Orbisonia and Rockhill Furnace; better known as the EBT headquarters? Beautiful run from Rockhill to Robertsdale on 994 (Pogue Creek Rd) through Three Springs, Saltilo (small side road trip) Robertsdale. hell of a lot of gret little villages in that neck of the woods and almost all have some sort of restaurant serving up some sort of savoury meal. I think I've just convinced myself to head back over that way in the next year or two.
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Have you ever traveled the roads in and around Orbisonia and Rockhill Furnace; better known as the EBT headquarters? Beautiful run from Rockhill to Robertsdale on 994 (Pogue Creek Rd) through Three Springs, Saltilo (small side road trip) Robertsdale. hell of a lot of gret little villages in that neck of the woods and almost all have some sort of restaurant serving up some sort of savoury meal. I think I've just convinced myself to head back over that way in the next year or two.

Well waddayaknow! Thanks Dennis. It is an area NW of Chambersburg where we HAVE NOT BEEN. And we will make is happen tomorrow!!!!
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All in favor of a beige party?
And speaking of the buttons you and I popped, tshirts are necessary, Steve! Any scouts eyeing your GS?


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Not yet. Having turned just 9 years of age, the scouts are waiting until his folks allow him to cross the street without them and wants him to be able to tie his shoes properly at least 5 times in a row.

He is a student of situational basebase. He has always (well for at least for 4 years) wanted to know what to do when the ball came to him. His patience wears thin when others don't have a clue what to do with the ball.

Most game days he's in his uniform by noon for a 5:00 game. You will find him out in the yard throwing pop flys up in the air to himself.
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