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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by bud121156, Jun 1, 2011.
I am a big firearm and gear enthusiast.
It is what named our camper.
The majority of my camping experiences have been in the Adirondack Forest Preserve and my first name is Dave, plus it kind of has a nice rhyme to it.
I came up with the alias while I served in the military. LGOP is a WWII term that means Little Groups Of Paratroopers and 173d is short for 173d Airborne Birgade which I served in when it was reactivated.
Loon is a common bird on Murray during the Winter and usually bird dog the stripers for me. Rescued one with a hook in it's breast and some say I'm crazy as a Loon as well.
I brew beer and I'm a man,
My first name starts with a D and my middle name starts with a D.
DD = Double D
PA = Pennsylvania; PopUp = Pop-up owner... and I'm a bit older so that works as well
I picked a thing I do for work and a thing I do for fun. And thus the librariancamper name was born.
I was riding in Little Sahara Oklahoma in the sand dunes. My passenger wanted me to take a hill that I was a little apprehensive about and kept saying " go for it". Finally I took the hill. Now when I start something new I tell myself to just "go for it".
Hey Donnie, I am back to full timing and headed to Murphy Jun 30. Also back with a pop up. My son gave me back our original pop up he has had for 14 years. Old things come new again.
My first name + middle name and date of birth - jan 23
Wellllllll......I adopted this user name as a memorial to my late husband Dave. His last name was Ryan.
My hubs and I were both previously married. So my screen name is our last name and the fact that I’m the 2nd wife!
Our kids loved when we would go geocaching!
So....You go camping for work and have fun as a librarian?
Born in '79 and I always try to keep in genuine
I actually do have fun with both! I feel very lucky to enjoy going to work every day, even if it turns out to be a “type-two fun” kind of day (kind of like camping on a rainy day...you’re still having fun even if it’s a little bit miserable).