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  • Trunks, snakes, and shineMy trunks came!! So counting dirty underwear doesn't have to be my top priority anymore! The customs guys must have scarffed my granola, but that just saved me from having to find a place to keep it; the Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 16, 2010
  • dfdsfsddsffsdfdsffffffffffffffff Posted by bernard383 in fff | Sep 4, 2010
  • No more ice cream till I'm under 160I had fooled myself into thinking I was winning the battle of the bulge, but the gym scales say I'm back up to 169lbs so I've vowed not to eat any more ice cream until I'm under 160 lbs. Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 14, 2010
  • I'm settling in.I've been trained not to get my feet tangled in the bed sheets so now I can enjoy the company of my fellowman in the shelters during rocket attacks. There is no way to keep dust out of my living cube Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 8, 2010
  • BazaarEvery Saturday the local Afghanistans are allowed to setup a bazaar on KAF. I went this Saturday with Sgt McGuffee, Sgt Ross and Airman Cox. We were told that it is rude not to bargain and McGuffee is Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 7, 2010
  • Not a gym rat yet!I've been to the gym a couple of times but can't seem to get inspired enough to get into a routine. Still I'm losing weight! I'm now 165 lbs, that's down from 175 lbs when I first got Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 6, 2010
  • Six vs 20,000I found the following on the WWW so it is public knowledge and ok to write about- "A team of six heavily armed Taliban fighters, two of whom were wearing suicide vests, were stopped by Coalition troops outside the main gate Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 3, 2010
  • Combat ShowersWhen I got here the shower was in pretty bad shape. The dirty floor had a spongy feeling, there was a big hole in it you had to step over, all the mirror shelves were askew, and many faucets Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Aug 2, 2010
  • I Love jets!Our camp is situated between the main runway and a huge section of live helicopter pads so I get the thrill of hearing jets, planes and blackhawks warming up, taking off or landing pretty much continuously night and day. Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Jul 24, 2010
  • Kandahar is cooler Kandahar seems cooler, just slightly over 100, but so far has also been windy and dusty every day, and so is still like a dusty hair dryer, but just on low. The sun rises after 0500 and at 0900 Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Jul 22, 2010
  • Trip to KandaharHow's this for an interesting coincidence; when I first got to Camp Doha in Kuwait in 2005 I brought a big dust storm, and now my first day at Camp As Sayliyah in Doha, Qatar I also bring a dust Posted by Wojaj in Woja's Travels | Jul 20, 2010
  • Countdown: 53 daysFirst blog entry, let's see how this works... Posted by tjacoboe in Jacob in Egypt | Jun 30, 2010
  • Shindand Half MarathonI organized a half marathon here in Shindand and 38 people ran it! It was a pretty good turn out even including some Italians who normally aren't allowed to run on the perimeter. We got to wear the Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 17, 2010
  • Afghanistan Jackal This baby jackal has been living behind the aid station. He seems really playful and skittish Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 17, 2010
  • MEDCAP in AfghanistanFriday and Saturday myself and three pilots went to the Zerco (?) Valley for a MEDCAP mission to help women and children. The village was about 7 minutes from Shindand via helicopter. We spent a day and a Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 9, 2010
  • dwartshehhe Posted by lyrha in si lyrha | Apr 8, 2010
  • St Patricks Day RunI organized a run for St. Patricks Day here in Afghanistan and it went pretty well. 91 people ran and wore all kinds of green to celebrate. The fire fighters love St. Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Apr 4, 2010
  • Afghanistan The Tortured CountryI have started reading Bob Woodward's book Bush at War. I have read the first 71 pages and it is clear to me that neither George W Bush, nor his close advisers, the CIA Chief, or his Posted by The Islander in Island Hopper's Travel Blog | Mar 6, 2008
  • teststsaffsdf Posted by l.browning in dsfa | Apr 28, 2007
  • hihi Posted by timani27 in test | Apr 12, 2007
  • life at homehey this is matt yay im am in year 12 and currently living at bribie island ausralia Posted by mpitkin in MATT PITKINS TRAVEL | Apr 25, 2006
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