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Is it warm anywhere else? (DTG: 0804131900EST)

Is it warm anywhere else? (DTG: 0804131830EST)

Hi Family. Sorry I was out of touch folks...things got hectic for a while up here. The DOD contract supervisor (ISEC) showed up & things got very, very hot in spite of the cold weather. Due to the lack of support my boss threaten to pull us out and send us to Ft Riley, KS. That certainly got the attention of the G6 (Division (Div) IT section), so now we’re going to start work on the Div Headquarters building itself which we were supposed to start back on 17 March.

I went to Canada this weekend and enjoyed a nice meal at Kingston Brewery and smoked a smooth Cohiba siglo VI; wow it was great. We wrote down three shop address but found only two because the third was out of business. Smoker’s Haven on Wellington St. was the only one halfway decent shop. It’s a shame I don’t own a decent humi for the house yet or I’d stock pile a few for special occasions.

Ok so now that I'm back on the airwaves again, I’ll keep my blog up todate.

AA, Elesix.

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Comment by Elesix on April 13, 2008 at 9:38pm
Glad he made it back home. Maybe I can link with him when and if I ever get down there.
Comment by banzaitoyota on April 13, 2008 at 9:34pm
My Son is returning to Ft. Riley Tuesday after 15 months in Iraq.

I used to live in Canton and Russell, never again

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