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Posted: 1/29/2006 8:21:39 PM EDT
First off, I would like to thank OdT for his gracious offer to quarter the troops in his abode. That being said, ASG & I had itchy trigger fingers, Tannerite and a few thousand rounds. Not to mention $$$ spent on rental equipment and some vacation time being spent. We were accompanied by Carbine Monoxide, another hardcore LCR survivor.

Besides, would we want the Texas HTF to hear that some Washingtonians were chased away by a little rain? Somebody had to "show the flag".

Sammich making made easy in the dry.


Dry, warm & cozy. Only thing missing was an ewe.


Shelter & fire.


Outdoor kitchen. . . you know, so we can kitch outside!


Motel LCR. We'll leave the light on for ya.


[Beavis] Fire! Fire! Fire! [/Beavis]


Things that went boom.


Survivor, LCR.


Gee, where'd everybody go?


Police call, brought to you by Carbine Monoxide.


Comfort brought to you by Honda and McChord's 62nd Services Squadron (MWR).


Can't wait for next time!
Link Posted: 1/29/2006 11:07:05 PM EDT
You clowns did have a pretty cool little set up...

Where did Gibby sleep?
Link Posted: 1/29/2006 11:17:59 PM EDT
Nice Trailer, What year is the Casita. I had a 1985 16 footer.
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 12:39:06 AM EDT

Originally Posted By migradog:
Nice Trailer, What year is the Casita. I had a 1985 16 footer.



I really liked that trailer. I'd love to have one, but don't camp enough to jusify spending that much on one. Hell I'd be happy with the 13'.
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 8:58:49 AM EDT

Originally Posted By migradog:
Nice Trailer, What year is the Casita. I had a 1985 16 footer.



1996 Casita 16'
Property of 62nd Services Squadron's Adventures Unlimited Equipment Rentals, McChord AFB.

Out Friday 0900, In Monday (today) NLT 1700 -- $70.00
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 11:30:52 AM EDT
Did you find a 5XL dark blue AR15.com shirt.
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 2:12:01 PM EDT

Originally Posted By JS98010:
McChord's 62nd Services Squadron



What kind of airplanes do they fly?
F-15's?
F-22's?

I guess being in an Air Force MWR squadron is better than being in an Air Force toilet cleaning squadron.
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 2:36:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/31/2006 7:43:38 AM EDT by JS98010]

Originally Posted By Gibby:
Did you find a 5XL dark blue AR15.com shirt.



Not yet, but will BOLO.
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 7:16:07 PM EDT

Originally Posted By JS98010:

Originally Posted By Gibby:
Did you find a 5XL dark blue AR15.com shirt.



Not yet, but will BOL.



Thanks!
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 8:23:02 PM EDT
Thanks for the hospitality, JS-bunchanumbers and AS-lackanumbers!!!
You guys saved the honor of the LCR.

All you non-survivors missed the crab-free taco-free campfire grilled 3-course steak dinner.

The night shoot was great. I almost lost track of time, probably because, this time, we didn't have 1GR tolling the hours for us--
---"HOW CAN YOU PEOPLE SHOOT FOR 12 HOURS STRAIGHT!!"
---"HOW CAN YOU PEOPLE SHOOT FOR 13 HOURS STRAIGHT!!"
---"HOW CAN YOU PEOPLE SHOOT FOR 14 HOURS STRAIGHT!!"

Lest anyone get the wrong idea, there were a considerable number of folks (20+) who stayed to shoot most of the day. It was only the social events that were dampened by the rain....or was it the wind?


JS-buncha..I love your sig line. Is there a story behind it??


Remember this trick for starting wet wood----use a shirt soaked in motor oil (not sure what size it was)
Link Posted: 1/30/2006 10:36:11 PM EDT




Remember this trick for starting wet wood----use a shirt soaked in motor oil (not sure what size it was)




Link Posted: 1/31/2006 7:46:42 AM EDT

Originally Posted By KA3B:

Originally Posted By JS98010:
McChord's 62nd Services Squadron



What kind of airplanes do they fly?
F-15's?
F-22's?

I guess being in an Air Force MWR squadron is better than being in an Air Force toilet cleaning squadron.



I'm sure that back in VAQ-XXX, you flew one of these around passageways near and far. . .

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