Just another overloaded bus
It is nice they are so close to the road – kinda like a drive-up window without the window
looking back in the mirror
Alexander’s Castle as viewed heading south on Highway 1
I wonder why we (yes, I am sure it was ‘we’ – the United States) bought and installed road signs in English?
Some of the ‘Jingle’ trucks are really tricked out
Traffic was backed up for about 3 miles – surpirsngly it was a relatively orderly, mostly single-file, back-up.
Another shot of the contract Chinook
Roadside stands along Highway 1
Another shot of the group with CPT Collins’ flag – my mug is in this one.
sitting by the road…just sitting…
collecting sticks near Shah Joy
Roadside repair. They were replacing the transmission…at least they had a transmission sitting on the ground next to the truck
Fruit vendors near the highway in Qalat
three-wheeler in Shah Joy
Hey look – it is like a road crew back home – one guy working, 7 watching.
Shops near the highway in Qalat
The FOB Bullard ADT Detachment with CPT Collins’ flag. CPT Collins was our Vet for the first half of our mission.
A contract Chinook doing an airlift mission for Coalition Forces
I am still trying to figure out all there is to figure out on WordPress. In doing so I found that I had uploaded pictures that I had not yet posted.
These are additional pictures of my trip to FOB Bullard in Shah Joy District. Almost all of them are looking through the armored glass of a LMTV.
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