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CoachLou

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  • 60
  • from Old Saybrook, Ct
  • Member since Dec 2nd 2013
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  • Wise Old Owl -

    Thought about you today... Dicks Sporting Goods now has freeze dried Cheesecake.

    • CoachLou -

      My wife and step daughter went to the Air & Space in DC and brought me back a freeze dried ice cream sangwitch!

  • montana mac -

    Coach - sorry to say I have never been up to the Bob so I wouldn't be much help. My guiding job has been the Beartooths and YNP

  • Jake Ace -

    I know, I member...11 years no smokin for me on that day. I'll always remember the 4th for you, a Marine who's born on the forth of July, how could one forget.

  • Bo Peep -

    I'm gonna be busy so Happy (early) Birthday!

  • Jake Ace -

    Happy bday Lou

  • Bo Peep -

    The rhodos are getting ready to bloom. The photos that I took today were around 2700'.

  • Wise Old Owl -

    I had no idea you could play the violin with Cheech.......

  • Jake Ace -

    I wanna poke somebody...anybody will do.

  • Jake Ace -

    Lou, poked ya, have no idea what that does....you could poke somebody's eye out like this, dangerous.

  • Wise Old Owl -

    The latest avatar has a sticker fetish that would attract the youngest of female police to pull you over... FYI

    • CoachLou -

      It is the rear & right rear window you can not obstruct......I have been pulled over numerous times in my driving career. I have been putting stickers on that window of my vehicles since my first Cherokee in 88, NO cop has ever said a word about them, in any state! :)

    • Wise Old Owl -

      Hey its all fun!

    • Dan76 -

      Ray was an USAF fireman who died in Iraq while repeatedly diving into a river attempting to rescue two folks trapped in a submerged vehicle

    • Dan76 -

      Adam was a former high school student of mine and the son of a close friend. Elizabeth was the first female EOD technician I had the privilege to meet. She talked of her experiences to my students prior to her deployment. I think of the three daily. Thanks for asking.