So Vic: you think you want to be my friend... hmmm... are you sure? I can be a lot to handle! Are you by any chance, SDA ? I saw that you served in College Park, MD - isn't that an SDA town? Well great to meet you officially. I look forward to seeing you around the pages. Stay safe and keep in touch. Heather
hey vic how are things whats been happening with you latley hey i am just starting my own motorsport fire company called trackside fire emergency and i am looking for firefighter to volunteer for my team if your intrested let me know so i can send you the application in the post hey do you have structal gear if not what you have is ok mate
i have applied for austinmer rural fire service and i was told that most of the training that i have done they can tick me off i have done the following training\breathing apparatus operator road crash rescue training wildfire behaviour aquatic first aid level 2 apply first aid vertical rescue
O, you know "Komissar Rex"? It started 1993 on austrian an german television .. if I'm honest, I've seen almost nothing of it and it's a long time ago. But I'm happy that you know the "glühwein" that is in the winter with us a national drink (but not always for drivers because it could happen that one has after drinking such a problems with the driving ;)...);
Merry christmas to you and your family!
Switzerland is really a different country - if you ever come to Austria, you sure will notice the differences (our mountains are not as high, but the people are more pleasant ;).....). If you ever come over, I can certainly help you. Incidentally, I have a friend who was 15 years for half a year in Australia and he was really excited. If it were not so far away, I would have it (visiting with family is not so easy.) Seawas and a great weekend from frosty Austria (-10 degrees celsius), Bernd
("Seawas" is typically Austrian for a friendly hello / bye)
Hi Vic! Very good - with this knowledge of German you could almost make a holiday with us ;)
A tip - if you ever make vacation in Austria, then order a beer with the words "ein Krügerl bitte", which is the Austrian version of "ein pils bitte" .. it sounds better ;).
Bye and thx for adding my friendslist, Bernd