Thursday, September 12, 2013

Forever Changed

September 12th, 2001
Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland

Back to normal tomorrow.

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    1. We definitely set it up that way. We used one of our HF whip antennas.

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  2. You keep on going. No matter what.

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    1. We did. And we laughed again. Which should be obvious, given this hideous blog.

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  3. I can imagine the mixed emotions of being away from home in a time of crisis.

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    1. I was frightened for my family, that's for sure.

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  4. Powerful indeed, life keeps pushing forward

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    1. It helps to realize that there truly is good in the world.

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    1. I sincerely hope this story has a happy ending.
      If not, I want my money back.

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  6. Great image. I've been to Iceland and it was a lot colder than it looks in your picture. But looks can be deceiving....

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    1. It was pretty chilly. Hence the coats. It really doesn't get ridiculously cold there. But it sure gets windy,

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  7. Changed and still changing...

    Pearl

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    1. And hopefully getting better.
      It's a dream I have.

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  8. Creative use of antenna! Thanks for sharing where you were. I was dropping my daughter off at day-care. Security guard told me.

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    1. The very sad thing is that, since the exercise was called off, we had no more use for the antenna. :-(

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    1. And the same to you. I read your article.
      And you still look hot. :-)

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  10. Nice post, great blog, following :)

    Good Luck :)

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    1. Thanks, I hope the rest of the insanity (returning again tomorrow) doesn't turn you off.

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  11. Perfect post, I have nothing to add Al, you've said it all.

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    1. Thanks, Matthew, this is pretty much the only time of year that I feel pretty much completely serious.

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