Wheeling in Guam! With PICS!!

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  1. Derek

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    That's right I'm relocated to the little known paradise secret of Guam, USA! It's just east of the Phillipines and south of Japan. Here's some pics of my first trip out.
     

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    Re: Wheeling in Guam!

    And a few more to make you jealous of the mud!
     
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    Re: Wheeling in Guam!

    Didn't attach last time...
     

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    You can't really see me in this pic...
     

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    Bill USN-1 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    That's cool Derek.
    If things had changed a little I would soon be there with you.
    But I turned down orders to HSC-25.

    I actually lived there when I was a kid.
    We left in 72.
    There was nothing but boonies and shoreline from Anderson to agana when I left.

    Heard it's like Hawaii now.
     
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    Hey Bill,
    It's a great place and my second time living here. Ya, it's more populated now but not like Hawaii. Still plenty of untouched boonies around. The next couple years it's gonna grow quite a bit though with all the Marines coming in.
    Don't know if you heard but HSC-25 just had an accident out here. Helo Crash
     
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    How is the fishing in Guam?
     
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    Sad to read that story. A lot of people don't understand the cost of freedom.
    And then other just seem to forget what it used to be like.
     
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    - It's great! I've only been once but I had a blast. Plenty of big fish.

    Bill
    - Amen, brother.
     
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    cool pics, looks like red clay and alot of fun,
    I live in michigan mud is all we got,it's fun but I wish we had some rocks.
     

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