Thank-you for the compliment, Joanna. I did think you meant CO. I didn't know there was another Denver in the US. My sister is in the CO Denver area. I've never been in the Carolinas at all. Closest I got was Norfolk, VA, while stationed at Quantico, also in VA.
Hi Joanna, I also thank you for the friend invitation. You live up in my sister's neck of the woods; she's in Aurora, but works in Denver, and is very active in Republican affairs up there, as well as TEA Party. It's possible you two could cross trails. I'm in AZ, up in the high deserts about 100 miles north of Phoenix. CO got too cold for me. I used to live up in Brighton, so I kind of know your stomping grounds too.
Joanna I live in Hampstead, NC which is about 12 miles north of Wilmington. I support Illario Pantana for Congress and Richard Burr.
I am a retired Army Individual and a Vietnam Veteran. Hope to meet you too. Tony
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