Kandahar Air Field Afghanistan
© 2011 Albert A Rasch and
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles™
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Well my friends,
First, an apology for not posting more frequently these last few weeks. My R&R was very, very busy and I had little time for the Rest and Relaxation portion of R&R! Suffice it to say I won't be making that mistake ever again.
As you all know, I did manage to get a little Chronicles type action in, by rescuing that lil' possum. He is now named Peter on account that he's a boy not a girl.
Stopped at some of my favorite spots:
Got a little fishing in and caught a monster grouper:
Picked up a few tools:
And last but not least, I received my Jim Chambers New England Fowler kit!
I want to thank everyone who emailed me over the last few weeks, (I must have gotten a hundred or so from all of you!); at least I did manage to get back to all of you! I appreciate the congrats and concern for my well being and health.
I should be back at my home base within a few days, and I'll pick up where we left off...
with a few changes.
First off I want to go back to the "roots", so to speak, of the Chronicles. I want to do more how -tos, reviews, and educational posts. This "Afghan Adventure" has colored much of what I've been doing, and I think it is time to put things in perspective.
Secondly, I want to share my ideas on preparedness, concentrating on natural resources you can take advantage of. I think we are in for a few ruts in the road, and specialized skills that aren't commonly known, might come in handy.
Well, that's it for now. I'll be settled back in within the week and I look forward to our continued friendship and conversation!
Albert A Rasch
Member: Shindand Tent Club
Member: Hunting Sportsmen of the United States HSUS (Let 'em sue me.)
The Hunt Continues...
Though he spends most of his time writing and keeping the world safe for democracy, Albert was actually a student of biology. Really. But after a stint as a lab tech performing repetitious and mind-numbing processes that a trained capuchin monkey could do better, he never returned to the field. Rather he became a bartender. As he once said, "Hell, I was feeding mice all sorts of concoctions. At the club I did the same thing; except I got paid a lot better, and the rats where bigger." He has followed the science of QDM for many years, and fancies himself an aficionado. If you have any questions, or just want to get more information, reach him via TheRaschOutdoorChronicles(at)MSN(dot)com.