[WWI] Listee Help

Joseph Pezold pezo8481 at bellsouth.net
Sat Apr 12 09:48:02 EDT 2014


     That's great news.....and I envy you!  By the way I'm a retired U.S. NAVY Senior Chief too and may I suggest that you "invest" in a back-up set of darts because you may be "relieved" of your darts if not have them "commandeered" in those "friendly" games! ;^)  Just kidding!  There are some great people down there in ENZED!

Buz ( Remember: KIWI is not just a Shoe Polish!  I found that out the hard way! )

 From: Mike Vice <jmikl2957 at comcast.net>
To: wwi at wwi-models.org 
Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2014 2:29 AM
Subject: [WWI] Listee Help

                And here's why we list here...
                In response to my request for help in staging a possible trip to Kiwi land for next year, from whom do I hear but Aidrian Bridgman.  Seems he lives a stone's throw from TVAL and also had info about Omaka.  All kinds of ideas about a trip, but the best suggestion has come at the last (so far): instead of going at high season, why not go next April he suggests?  And what's so special about April, you ask?  Well... it seems that there's this kinda important Remembrance Day of sorts, called ANZAC Day, on the 25th of April.  So, imagine a two-week trip with a visit to TVAL on one weekend, to Omaka on the next, and helping the Kiwis and Aussies honor the 100th anniversary of ANZAC Day in between...
                Are you kidding me???  That's gotta be a vacation made in heaven!  The only drawback comes from my next-door neighbor, a former U.S. Navy Senior Chief who visited NZ on occasion during his Navy career; he suggests that I'm suspect if I don't bring my own darts.  OTOH, there's a "repro" English pub on 4th Street in San Rafael just south of here and he's offered to help me out with my tossing--in exchange for a pint or two, of course...   ;-)
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