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Post by BiggLou55 on Fri Oct 26, 2012 2:48 pm

Doh... I should have known by the sights... As you can tell I was up pretty late last night...

That'd be cool to see fire... I've only ever seen it in movies and games...

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Post by Rickenbacker01 on Sat Oct 27, 2012 6:15 pm

Heres the vid Lou, turn the volume up for best effect Smile
My buddies are shooting .22 LR, which is a much much smaller round than the Enfield's .303 Brit.
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Post by Wa11y on Sat Nov 10, 2012 1:22 am

Interesting nice to see the faces behind the voices. I think something Red Green once said is appropriate. "If you can't be hansom you might as well be handy."
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This is my last known (in focus) picture of my family plus oldest daughters friends a couple Christmas ago.

My four children, 2 boys and 2 girls are at the far end of the table. The Asian is from Korea, the African is from Zimbabwe (I thought she'd have an accent but no. I've met many Africans that had accents). The other long hair guy is from New Jersey and the wild hair girl is from New York.
And the remaining person is my bride of 29 years.

Speaking of daughters no fear. Here is a picture of my youngest daughter at camp.


This picture gave me an idea. This picture comes from a Civil Air Patrol camp. I wished I would have know about CAP when my boys where 12 years old. My daughter learned to fly planes before she learned to drive a car. But she didn't fly this one. She was guarding these planes at an air show and the pilot invited her to sit behind the controls. There is my Civil Air Patrol plug.


Oh yeah cars. The Suburban is gone but the other two remain.

My philosophy is to drive ‘em till they drop or until my wife says get rid of it. The Suburban had 300,000 plus miles on it. I am hoping, before I retire, to get a used Camaro convertible and have that as my toy for as long as I’m alive.
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Post by BiggLou55 on Sat Nov 10, 2012 2:32 pm

Awesome Wally!

I have the same exact auto philosophy... Very Happy

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