A place for Veterans and current members of the Armed Forces, United States and abroad, to connect and share their unique experiences, stories, and love of cigars.
Location: Military bases everywhere
Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2016
Started by THEMISCHMAN Nov 14, 2014.
Let's see your latest stogie purchases. Everyone needs a good cigar, "Down-Range" I'll start it off here's my latest haul.
i have been working in our garden. Got peas, radishes, beets, onions, spinach, in the ground. Lettuce, fennel, radicho, arugla, and Nicotina Rustica Aztec tobacco ( for ceremony) in flats. Summer project is building a greenhouse. I work in my studio on sculptue most every day but slip away and fly fish quite often. Cigars are always in my fishing vest.
Glad to have you aboard. We nuckle dragging Jarheads always call their Corpsmen or Corpswomen "Doc". Would it be ok if I to used that term of endearment and called you Doc Diana?
Thanks for the add!
Welcome aboard Doc
Speaking of Doc I just lost a friend Vietnam Vet 2/4 67-68. Hey was a Corpsman with the Marines. Good guy just never came home from Nam.
Here's a quote that tells it all. There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hun...
There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter. Ernest Hemingway
Thanks for the add, folks!
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