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  1. To all our members, friends, and TPW family in California: I hope everyone has been missed by the terrible onslaught of wildfires. Stay safe, stay aware, and maybe leave a post to let us know everyone is all right.
  2. TPW forum contributors are a great bunch of folks with a wealth of freely shared knowledge, from which I've greatly benefited. However, as most of us do, I participate in a few other forums, too. Recently, I encountered a perplexing problem that I posed to one of those forums. And, I promised to "sing the praises far and wide" of whomever could help me solve my dilemma. I should have known that the guy who gave me the info I needed would be one of our own. So Stick, your invaluable assistance is greatly appreciated. A big THANK YOU!. This is a promise I'm very happy to keep.
  3. For anyone who has served in the Armed Forces, you all know that you meet folks that you'll know for a lifetime, they become brothers, sisters, and they become family. The experiences you share while serving together form a bond deep and long. I have one such friend I have kept in touch with since we parted ways in 1991. I ETS'd out, and he stayed in. We have never lost touch after all these years, we met while serving in Panama back in 1990. I was shipped to Panama right after AIT to participate in the Invasion of Panama (Operation Just Cause) and shortly after, we met. We were (still are) like brothers while serving together, we went every where together, we got in trouble together, we had good times, we had bad times, we cried over too many beers, and we laughed over the worse things. We even met both our wives at approximately the same time, in the same place. His wife is Panamanian native, as is mine. And we never lost touch with each-others family. As both our families grew with kids, we remained in touch. He served in the Kosovo conflict and later in Iraq (OIF) and went on to serve in Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait and he was dragged into many other campaigns over the years, till he finally retired about 6 years ago. He now works at Twenty Nine Palms Marine Corp. Back in 2005 while he was in Iraq, I took time off from work and loaded my family into our truck and drove up to Utah to help his wife and kids with some "Honey-Do's" in his absence, and to just give her support and hang out for a little bit. Our families have been there for each other. After all these years of my buddy going from one base to another, one campaign to the next, since 1991, a few years ago he and his family ended up just an hour from our home in Yucca Valley California, again where he commutes to Twenty Nine Palms for work. And there he'll retire in a few years, and we'll hopefully grow old together now. Today, we headed on over to their home up in the high dessert for a family barbecue. The two knuckle heads, me on the right, and my Army buddy Gage on the left. We had a great time as always. My buddy has paid the price in his service, and he is pretty beat over it all. But he still has the same sense of humor he did over 25 years ago, when we first met, some things never change. May God Bless all our Brothers and Sister Veterans who are paying and have paid the price in service, we shall never forget. Gage if your reading this, love ya man, and thank you my friend.
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  6. Hey gang, the chat room is up and active if you want to jump in and get to know each other. The chat room is located under the Brose tab on the far right or click here. http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/chat/
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