Re: SEAL Training
Christopher K. Sokolov (email@example.com)
13 Feb 97 09:23:49 -0800
On Wed, Feb 12, 1997 11:19 PM, Jim Thrall <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
>How about calling it SALT training? Just drop the 'E'
I must say, this is a pretty good idea. This way you also don't
immediately have to get into the Scout/Explorer argument. :) Personally,
I'm not sure how much the name matters -- it is the course that counts.
Is there going to be a West Coast version? Florida sounds mighty inviting,
but could be a little cost-prohibitive for our bosuns. :)
>p.s. Enjoyed hosting Skipper Eric Kozowski and his wife this
>afternoon. We toured the liberty ship SS Jeremiah O'Brien and my ship,
>Sea Scout Ship 17, Vanguard. Ate burgers at Red's Java House on
>Emabrcadero. $2.50 for a double and a Pepsi. Not bad! (The bun is a
>6"sourough roll!!) (The real San Francisco Treat!!) -jet
Ahh, yes. Red's Java House -- that's where we go to eat when we sail from
that part of town.
Christopher K. Sokolov <email@example.com>
Quartermaster, Ship 22, San Francisco - Sea Scouts, B.S.A.
Webmaster, National Sea Exploring Home Page: <http://www.sea.scouter.com>
Webmaster, S.S.S. 22 Home Page: <http://www.tbw.net/~chriss/scouts/>