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One of the most memorable volksmarch trips was down in Weywertz, Belgium. The village is perched on a hilltop not far from the German border, and the folks here spoke German, mostly. Belgium is like that, not having any official … Continue reading
Not far from where I was living in the Netherlands was the town of Doenrade. Just outside of the town was the old nobleman’s castle. At the time I took this shot of the front entrance, the thing was up … Continue reading
One of my favorite repeat marches was around the city of Ecaussinnes, Belgium. There were some really ancient ruins there and plenty of majestic scenery. The city sits in a bowl with a narrow valley entrance. This is one of … Continue reading
The trip to Berchtesgaden was a free gift to all military personnel and their families stationed in Europe, paid for by the Kuwaiti royal family after Desert Storm. Naturally, this was handled on rotation by location. My area was sent … Continue reading
My part in Desert Storm was an exercise called DEFORGER (Departure of Forces from Germany), a play on the older term REFORGER. In our case, we were loading out vehicles from US units in Germany headed for Desert Storm. My … Continue reading
More of my scanning exercises. I’m getting better at the doing, but sometimes the research into identifying stuff gets pretty challenging. The other thing I noticed was how many photos I took and now they mean almost nothing to me. … Continue reading