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    On The Road Again

    I'm traveling again -- in Arizona to help out at one of Massad Ayoob's classes.

    Read all about it in the E-zine at http://ezine.m1911.org/showthread.php?t=41.

    And please use this thread to discuss the story.

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    Is that the AMG that takes you around buddy?

    Too many reasons to list here, for envying you.
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    As usual, an excellent read, Frank.
    "The pistol, learn it well, carry it always ..." - Jeff Cooper

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    Hmmm ...

    Roadkill for breakfast. And home-cooked WiFi. Looks like quite the place, Frank.
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    Thank you gentlemen.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkmoon
    ...Roadkill for breakfast. And home-cooked WiFi. Looks like quite the place, Frank.
    I did have a bowl of their chili and survived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank
    I did have a bowl of their chili and survived.
    Better you than me. I'm extremely allergic to the stuff.
    Hawkmoon
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    Frank,

    Thanks for the photographs. I miss the old Route 66...........Burma Shave signs, rustic little back-water towns........ah, for the old days!
    Steve
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    You're welcome, Slim. There seems to be little of the old Route 66 left. I'm getting to like that part of it through Arizona.

    And I've just posted our latest installment.

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    Hi all. I just posted today's episode.

    DVC
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    I think I have a better picture looking West from the Sierra Vista range. If you get a chance to eat at the local dives, tell us what you think. I really like our local Big Greek restaurant, it sure is better than the road-kill, but I haven't eaten up there since about 2003 coming from 29 Palms.

    & You need a proper Cowboy hat while in tombstone

    Words can be as lethal as bullets; Choose them carefully, Aim them well and use them sparingly.
    Last edited by M203Sniper; 17th May 2010 at 17:17.


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