Yes-- a great place to go to write poetry. Very friendly and pretty Scottish
girls-- some spoke Gaelic-- but no opportunities. One pub on the whole
island chain, open from 4PM to 6PM by law. One paved road running
north-south through islands (North Uist, Benbecula, & South Uist), and only
one tree-- that one was planted by the RAF because they couldn't stand not
having a tree on the whole three-island chain.
We were too busy launching missiles out into the North Atlantic to be bored.
The worst part of it was the British Army mess hall--- mutton, mutton,
Regards, Neil Tucson, AZ
From: Russel Mack [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2003 12:45 AM
To: Albaugh, Neil; 'Phillip Landry'; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Tool Box Protection
Sounds like great duty for guys our (current) age. Bucolic.
Must have bored the poo out of a young soldier. Any chicks?
Re: your note on the M-14:
"The M-14 certainly fires a more powerful 7.62mm NATO cartridge and it is so
rugged that if you ever run out of ammo, you can just beat the SOB to death
Yeah, well said. Mounts a bayonet, too. A more satisfying weapon, all the
way around! Russ, #1226B
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