The Captn returns

Posted on November 25, 2007. Filed under: General Posts |

Greetings Campers,

The good Captn has been spending some time with the family. Its time to get back to business.

Wilderness Doug has been weighing in with some comments recently. I mention Wilderness Doug often in my ramblings. For those of you who are new to the WCQ, I will explain. Captn Rob and Wilderness Doug are senior members of an elite group of rugged individuals. We have been blazing a trail each December and February by camping in the winter. We use these camping excursions as a time to eat great food, drink some of our favorite beverages, and solve all the worlds problems. The latter is usually attempted after mass quantities of the former have been consumed.

Wilderness Doug has voiced some strong feelings about a number of issues. He has never been a fan of the current administration. He was in favor of the excursion into Afghanistan. He became disillusioned with our war in Iraq early. His reasoning was that we should not be involved. But if we were going to be involved, we should be really involved. His feelings were that we should bomb the whole region into a solid hunk of glass.
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We could always go back and drill for oil later.

I think some would agree that Wilderness Doug’s version of war may be a bit excessive. What do you think? Wilderness Doug too extreme or not blood thirsty enough?

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