Nice to finally be registered, and look forward to discussing the service with those of you around the nation, and globe.
If you'd like to find out more about my area, check out my site at www.lenaweefire.com
Look forward to chatting with you all.
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03-02-2000, 05:23 PM #1Doc7610Firehouse.com Guest
03-03-2000, 03:22 AM #2LMRCap1Firehouse.com Guest
Welcome to the boards from a member just over your County line. Lots of good info in here Learn and feel free to share.
03-03-2000, 04:17 PM #3Colin FraserFirehouse.com Guest
Welcome to the forums. Lots of contacts and lots to talk and discuss where we all hope to learn from one another.
Drop a line if you want to hear from a Scottish Fire Brigade.
03-04-2000, 08:55 AM #4Lieutenant GonzoFirehouse.com Guest
Welcome to the forums, where's there's tons of information to drive your imagination!
Take care and stay safe...Lt. Gonzo
03-04-2000, 04:10 PM #5RevMark98Firehouse.com Guest
WELCOME DOC ! Hope you find this a good place for encouragement
Because HE lives I can face tomorrow
03-05-2000, 11:44 AM #6C-12Firehouse.com Guest
"Somewhere-Everyday, We Fight For Life..."
03-05-2000, 08:29 PM #7nsfirechapFirehouse.com Guest
Greetings from North Pole, Alaska and the North Star VFD.
03-06-2000, 12:12 AM #8EXJAKEFirehouse.com Guest
Man, I have always wanted to say this,
Like you haven't heard that before,young fella!
You'll like it here, us relics wish we had something like this when we were coming up.
So,dig in and enjoy!!
P.S. What's that thing sticking out of your coat?
Good Luck and be careful out there,EXJAKE:-)
[This message has been edited by EXJAKE (edited March 06, 2000).]
03-06-2000, 05:11 PM #9Danny BeebeFirehouse.com Guest
Welcome Aboard. I found this sight when it first started and have enjoyed it every day since. Stay safe and stay tuned for a ride of a life time. If you are ever in Arkansas look us up.
03-09-2000, 11:58 PM #10rescue3Firehouse.com Guest
hi doc!!!! welcome to the forums. checked out your webpage....cute pic w/ your fire dog and the sirens are a nice touch. stay safe and stay low.
§ rescue3 §
"You go...we go"
03-10-2000, 03:37 AM #11Les.HFirehouse.com Guest
The problem with this site is 'you get hooked'.
I admit that I spend to long on it
'er in doors' is moaning again.
probably see you in the topics soon.
Kindsert regards & stay safe
03-12-2000, 12:59 AM #12BISCUITFirehouse.com Guest
WELCOME TO THE GANG!! I'M NEW HERE MYSELF BUT ITS BEEN LOADS OF FUN SO FAR.
03-12-2000, 02:35 AM #13BISCUITFirehouse.com Guest
NICE TO MEET YA DOC! I'M NEW HERE MYSELF.
KEEP SAFE!!! BISCUIT
03-12-2000, 07:40 AM #14PTFD21Firehouse.com Guest
03-15-2000, 03:07 PM #15Doc7610Firehouse.com Guest
Thanks for the warm welcome everyone, and now that college semester has wrapped up I hope to have some time to post. For EXJAKE, that is our issued flashlights hanging from my coat, as I've found that clipping it on my radio clip helps to keep my hands free when crawling low. It allows me to lift the light when I need to, and then drop it back down without worrying about losing it. See you all around I'm sure!
04-02-2000, 10:07 PM #16FF BrinFirehouse.com Guest
Well Doc, I wasn't going to make a reply, but I see that Gonzo, C-12, Exjake, and Rescue3 are all from Massachusetts. So I guess I just had to say Whats up Doc myself, and i'm sure you are sick and tired of that. We are a small call-dept in MA but are now the RIT team for the city dept next door. Would like to hear your professionalism in this field!
Welcome aboard, get involved!!!
FF Brin aka the Big Dog!!
04-09-2000, 06:08 PM #17Fireman RyFirehouse.com Guest
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