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July 15, 2005



Thank you for your service. I am very proud of your dedication.


Death Valley temperatures. Too bad you don't get the air miles to go along with the trip to Iraq. Stay safe.


Maj K,
I can see what your dust looks like over at http://themakahasurfreport.blogspot.com/
Hope the "big things coming" are all good news.


ditto edward... hope it's good news... Hang tough, Soldier... We are still here supporting you and your work.

Chevy Rose

Yes, it was shown on Foxnews just what the dust looked like today. Take care, God bless.


Hey Major...
Glad to see you're ok. Tired, hot and dirty.... but ok.

Can't wait to read more, when you're up to it!


I read a military blog that said he thought his day was boring and dull - routine for him. For us here at home, your blog is anything but those things. You have a following of folks who love hearing from you, support you, and pray for you. When you don't blog, we miss you, but we understand. Somtimes we worry (which ups the prayer time). Be encouraged.


Ditto Lou's comments!


I wanted to tell you thank you for everything you and all of our soldiers are doing! Come home safely and quickly!!!


God bless you and thank you so much for your service to this country and freedom. We are praying fervantly for you and Russ and T6.


Take Heart Brave Soldier,
We are still here.
Still keeping you and those with you in our daily thoughts and prayers. We appreciate the hard work and dedication you have shown to this great country.
Take care, God bless and may you all come home safely when this tour is over.


I know it's hot and you're a long way from home, but please tell everyone over there that I'm praying for all of you and thankful for all of you! God bless you and keep you till you come home! -Mom in America


Thank you so much for being there. I just divorced a man who proudly bragged that no "man" in his family had ever served in the military and never would. Oh, there were other problems as well, but a patriot is a patriot is a patriot. He is history. May God richly bless you and keep you safe. Thank you a million times over.


Geese..dirt..dust..120 in the shade..pray tell what would I be doing..Looking for some comfort..!!..Anything that would bring a moments relief..Cool down..relax..Blog when you feel like it..We are here for you..not vice versa..Take care..


Major K--glad to see you. Take care of you while you take care of everyone else, ok? Thank you so much for doing the job you do. Never forget...you're never forgotten.


Major K,

It's nice to get a note from you. I look forward to every word. Every read is a new experience. The dust; thick and obscure! Still you manage to shine through..., You're in my prayers! Thank you


Yuck...I think that is all I have to say.;)


Thanks for your message. I check your site daily. Take care, blog when you can, we understand. You are in our prayers.

Wild Thing

Thank you for sharing with all of us back here in the USA It means a lot to us. Our prayers are with you everyday. We are so very proud of you !
Thank you for serving our country. Thank you seems so little to say but it is said with all our hearts.


Blessings to you Major K and all of your unit! Keep your head up!


Blogging or not, still support you Major K. Thanks alot for protecting my family and my country.


Major K, we are here for you. You post when you can. If you don't feel like it sometimes, we understand. But one word of caution. Please take care of yourself too. Ok?

God bless you and your family for all your sacrifices.


Your area is comparable to Yuma, Arizona or Blythe, California(Blythe is 100 miles N. of Yuma, on the Colorado River)
From Dec. 71 to Nov 30 1974, I worked as a California Highway Patrol Officer from the Blythe Office.
Daytime temps out on the desert west of Blythe were 126-133. My preferred shift out on I-10 was 1400-2230.
Dust: In Blythe, you can not seal it out. It gets in your house, in your clothes, and you have to change air filters on your car every 1,000 miles.


Hello from Illinois. SO happy to have found your site. I hope you are well, thank you for your courage and the sacrafices you are making to be there. I thank your family for being strong while you are away and and support you in everything you do. THank you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


You are always in our thoughts and prayers whether you're blogging or not. If you need a break, we'll be on stand-by waiting for your next post. Stay safe!

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