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I was lucky enough to go to A&M three years in a row and loved it! Great training...I would recommend it to anyone.
Thanks for the Ad, talk to you soon.
Things are goung fairly well here....VERY busy with the usual stuff, several fires over the last few weeks with the weather we have had.
I appreciate your comments about our instructors. We take pride in sharing and learning from others. I hope everything is good with you. I'll try to keep you posted when classes come up. The book for Indy should be out very soon.
I uploaded a photo of me on the roof from yesterdays fire too...its posted on my page.
Are you in South Bend IN, I am in Sullivan County just So of Terre Haute if you know where that is.
Well thank you for saying hello....I hope to have some fun with this....
I am from St. Ignace Michigan right at the Straits of Mackinac between the Upper & Lower Peninsulas of Michigan. Talk to you soon!! :)
The web site: http://disasterresponders.ning.com is a great place to learn and share... it is saving responder lives
See you there!
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