Posted by: Dude in the Desert | August 27, 2010

26 Aug 2010

well, it’s been almost forever since I wrote anything, but here’s a little bit .. I am now stationed in Mississippi … I am getting married 10 October…things are good and I am preparing to retire–it’s still about 9-10 months away, but I’m getting that ball rolling… I’ll go back to the point where I left off in the next week or so…but that’s the basic happenings going on right now …talk to you soon
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