I made back to the USA about 1845 Eastern time…a few more hours of traveling and then the final preparations before heading home…more to follow…
Posted by danbohmer on September 20, 2012 in Misc and tagged America, Army, home, United States, United States Army, US Flag.
Welcome back to U.S. soil
that’s great news. i hope the transition home goes smoothly. enjoy your family!
Thanks for message, so glad your in USA safe and almost home.
So happy for your family
Welcome home. Glad you made it safely and am excited for you as you return to your family.
Good to hear you are home safe and sound are you home for good or will you do another tour
Welcome home. Sending good thoughts…
Welcome Home and thank you for your service!
Woohoo! Welcome Home. Thank you for your service and Thank You for your blog!
Welcome Home. Glad you are safe and sound. Thanks for all you do/did.
I’m glad you made it back safely Dan…enjoy your family and friends and bless you.
This is a post that I REALLY like seeing in my reader. Welcome home and I hope the rest of your travels go smoothly. I know your family must be bursting with excitement!!! Hooray!!
Welcome Home,Sir. Glad you’re back.
(Thank You LORD, very much!) Welcome home! 😀 😀 😀
To echo elisaruland: “…your family must be bursting with excitement!!! Hooray!!”
Welcome home. 🙂
Glad you are safely home, and soon back with your family. Hope this isn´t the end of your blog, Dan.
Welcome back! I just returend from Ft. Dix where I saw a friend off, who is headed to Lagman/Apache. Told him he had to check out your blog.
So very, very glad for you and your family.
Hoorah! Glad you are safely back.
welcome home, dan!
thank you to your service & so very happy for you & your family that you are home!
Welcome home, sir.
Reblogged this on Falling Down to Me and commented:
Join me in welcoming these heroes home. All the way, ladies and gentlemen!
Congratulations on your homecoming!
Welcome back! Your wife will be sleeping much better now, I know, I didn’t sleep very well the whole year my son was deployed. Take care and thank you for your service and blog.
Welcome Back….I bet it feels good to be HOME:)
God bless you and thank you for your service.
Welcome Back! We’re so glad you are home safely! ~Patricia & Jack
I’m so glad you’re home, and so glad you’re safe.
Welcome home! May your transition be as smooth as possible.
🙂 🙂 🙂
Welcome back … and enjoy your friends and family!
Welcome home Dan!
Thank you for letting us tag along on your journey thru Afganistan. I must say…I would have never known about their daily lives without your blog and pictures. Glad you made it home safe. Hugs to Kate and the kids. Here’s looking forward to sleeping in your own bed and there’s nothing like taking a shower without flipflops on.
No more burning poo bins or folks offering you a job at a roadside pharmacy.
A lot of catching up to do. Enjoy and don’t forget to look us up if you want to venture out this way.
Have you had a USofA made Mountain Dew yet?
Sigh of relief. Welcome home, and thank you for sharing a part of your life while on deployment. It has been an enjoyable adventure. Hello to the family and wife.
Welcome Home, Dan! I’m a Vietnam vet and am glad the country is finally getting it right in the way that it welcomes (true) heroes home. Thanks for your service. Interesting to see what happens to the TITLE of your blog!
Welcome Home!! Thank you so much for all that was done while in country, and here at home. Blessings to you and yours.
Welcome back 🙂
so glad you are back – I am not sure why I am not receiving the email notices re your blog so will have to check that–been thinking about you and glad you are safe and sound
Look who’s back on American soil. How great is that? Glad you’re still posting those magnificent photos of yours. Eat lots of apple pie and watch baseball, ya hear? (:
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