Postcards from Tradocia

greetings from camp victory

Hey, it’s Iraq. 70 degrees, rainy, humid, palm trees everywhere…what? Not exactly what I was expecting.

It’s uneventful and muddy here (except for a mortar explosion yesterday that seemed pretty close); we’re just getting unpacked and organized after the drive up here. The next entry is a partial narrative of the convoy from Kuwait…I’d have pictures but I forgot to bring them on my memory stick. :( Maybe next time.


  1. Bryce and Lola

    tnx lots for thee great blog…you guys are great at repairing machinery. We have a friend who once rode a camel. we told him you’ve seen white, black and camel colored ones. love and prayers. G&G

  2. Erica

    Good Luck! Glad you made it safely!


  3. the Mrs.

    Just wanted you to know that we haven’t lost any walnuts–none have strayed or had to be put down. (For those of you who are confused, watch “A Touch of Satan.”)

    I just wanted to say I love you and look forward to hearing from you again soon.

  4. delobius

    I’ll bet the walnuts are chewin’ through that hay!


  5. kelly

    mom and dad send mucho love- ive been reporting your entries-they are still out of dial up for a bit. hope you received my email- how bout some pix of you! miss u so much and be safe in your pimp mobile!

  6. mom and dad

    ACME truck is terrific – looks like the movire Road Warrior.

    Love, Mom and Dad

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