Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Home for R&R!

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Rest and Relaxation

Charlie and I on Main Street

Well folks, I am home for a little well deserved rest and relaxation. I've been to Starbucks and had myself a delicious breve latte. I think I missed those more than just about anything else. The weather is certainly more pleasant than what I left behind in Afghanistan, I had almost forgot what a brilliant sunny day looked like!

My scheduling became a little convoluted, so I am here a month earlier than I expected, but such is the life of a contractor and contracting.

I'll be busy lying around, sleeping late, hanging out at Starbucks, and other important matters such as that. My Afghan cell phone doesn't work here, and I see no good reason to get it or any other phone activated while I am here. That's too bad, because I won't be able to get any calls until I get back to Bagram!

Anyway, I am going to try to squeeze in a fishing trip or two, some long bicycling rides, a trip to Miami, and maybe I'll go and rustle up a hog to shoot. I am looking forward to having a restful break before I go back again.

I have a half dozen hunting and fishing posts ready for posting, so you will see some good stuff coming across the boards over the next few weeks!

I am glad to be back!

Albert A Rasch
Member: Bagram Polo Club
Member: Hunting Sportsmen of the United States HSUS (Let 'em sue me.)
The Hunt Continues...

The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles


James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Welcome home, Albert.

Wolfy said...

We're glad you're back - welcome home


Murphyfish said...

Huge relief to see you home safe and sound Albert, I’m looking forward to your postings – your absence has been a black hole for the rest of us bloggers.
Very best regards,

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Ah albert! excellent to see you safely where you belong, on the subject of loafing and blogging how about those magazine reviews?

Seriously, take it easy and enjoy

Phillip said...

Great to see you're home for a bit! Enjoy the break, then hurry up and get this thing done! We've got some hunting to do!

The Rabid Outdoorsman said...

Welcome back man! Glad to see you arrived alive!

NorCal Cazadora said...

Great to see you on safer ground, Albert! Welcome back :-)