Say, Duck Drivin Lady Pilot, you sure have been quiet lately. Highly unusual and most irregular for you. What's up? Since the guys were showing their old pin ups, I half way expected you to show us what you use to pin up on your walls??? Then I thought better of asking because it probably was a donkey that you pinned the tail on?? Things were a lot different back in the day, huh? That reminds me of a story that Randy told me just today that brought back memories of when I lived in Montana. When I was there, nearly everybody who knew the score carried a .44 sidearm or bigger if going into the wild due to the Grizzly bear danger. This was particularly true as the bears coming out of hibernation were very eager to start catching up on their calories. Anyway, Randy told me about the fella who only carried a .22 Baretta for protection and how it saved his life one day when a Griz rushed him and his brother in law while out on the trail near Horseshoe Lake. Seems the fella shot the brother in law in the leg with the .22 and then walked off at a leisurely pace with no problems. I betcha I had you right up to the last line, huh Duckie?
JR PS, Since the Montana Air National Guard used to fly A-26's, Great Falls and Helena will be on our tour list and how can we pass up Billings where she used to live for so many years. I would bet there are some folks there who would like to see how different she will look now.