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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by SQLGeek » Fri Jan 03, 2020 9:32 am

Wasn't able to end up making it. Wife needed a bunch of dental work yesterday and I needed to watch the kiddos today.
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Post by Vol Texan » Fri Jan 03, 2020 12:36 pm

We had a great breakfast this morning.

In attendance (working around the table): We had a lot to talk about. Josh joined us because he knew his dad John always mentioned the CHL Forum breakfast, and he wanted to join in to honor his father and share some stories with us. He then surprised us and picked up the breakfast tab for all.

SIA came down from the DFW area to break bread with us. Great guy to talk with!

And of course, the after action reviews of the White Settlement incident. There are always great lessons to learn, from both the good and the bad outcomes of that day.

Such a great group of folks - every last one. I don't make it often enough because of the distance, but I always leave these events with a strong feeling of camaraderie.
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by WildBill » Fri Jan 03, 2020 1:12 pm

It was a great breakfast this morning. Many familiar faces today and a couple new ones.
I am so glad that Josh took the time to come down to introduce himself to the group
and tell us more about his father, John [twomillenium]. It makes me wish I had gotten to know him better.
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by LDB415 » Fri Jan 03, 2020 3:25 pm

It was a great breakfast together. It was really nice meeting Josh and visiting to talk about John. Having SIA in town was nice. And Chris and Bella are always a nice surprise. Bella is quite impressive. She probably won't be the first female President but she certainly could be one or anything else she chooses. I hope I live long enough to hear a lot of proud stories from Chris.
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Post by FL450 » Fri Jan 03, 2020 10:15 pm

It was a great breakfast
We waited out front to say hood buy but a few got away behind our backs
Good meeting Surprise I am armed
Always a pleasure to have Ms Bella Vol Texan join us
And an hone to have Josh there representing his dad who we will all miss
Thank you Josh for picking up the tab
Your dad will be greatly missed
Till next month
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Post by surprise_i'm_armed » Sun Jan 05, 2020 5:34 pm

It was great to meet all of you who showed up at the breakfast. I played show-and-tell with the Zeis alcohol wipes, my low-cost 400 lumen flashlights, and the number plate thing.

What I also wanted to show all of you was the nice 2nd Amendment challenge coins that my pal flightmare gives out, every time we have a new member attend one of our North Texas breakfasts (Frisco, Arlington, Hudson Oaks). I knew I had put it someplace safe, but couldn't find it to bring in to the breakfast. Wouldn't you know it, as I was getting ready to leave the breakfast venue in Pearland, I found it in my car's cupholder! These safe places are great, until you can't remember them!

As far as LTC breakfasts go, Houston/Pearland and the 3 DFW venues are all going great, with steady attendance.

El Paso doesn't have any. I started a thread for Austin/San Antonio LTC's to get their breakfasts going. Result: crickets.

I tried to get "1st Saturday. Terrell/Tyler/East Texas" going, but that sputtered out quickly.

If forum members in these other areas got their breakfasts going, they would meet a whole new set of friends with whom to trade stories.

Oh well......1st world problems! Happy trails all!

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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by puma guy » Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:02 pm

surprise_i'm_armed wrote:
Sun Jan 05, 2020 5:34 pm
It was great to meet all of you who showed up at the breakfast. I played show-and-tell with the Zeis alcohol wipes, my low-cost 400 lumen flashlights, and the number plate thing.

What I also wanted to show all of you was the nice 2nd Amendment challenge coins that my pal flightmare gives out, every time we have a new member attend one of our North Texas breakfasts (Frisco, Arlington, Hudson Oaks). I knew I had put it someplace safe, but couldn't find it to bring in to the breakfast. Wouldn't you know it, as I was getting ready to leave the breakfast venue in Pearland, I found it in my car's cupholder! These safe places are great, until you can't remember them!

As far as LTC breakfasts go, Houston/Pearland and the 3 DFW venues are all going great, with steady attendance.

El Paso doesn't have any. I started a thread for Austin/San Antonio LTC's to get their breakfasts going. Result: crickets.

I tried to get "1st Saturday. Terrell/Tyler/East Texas" going, but that sputtered out quickly.

If forum members in these other areas got their breakfasts going, they would meet a whole new set of friends with whom to trade stories.

Oh well......1st world problems! Happy trails all!

SIA
SIA, I'm glad you mafe it down and hope you hsd a safe trip back. I'm sorry I missed the breakfast. I was headed south from Mansfield Thursday so we may have been near one another, though I jumped onto Hwy 75 at Leona to miss the construction area. I knew you'd feel welcomed by our group as I was when I visited y'all up north. Hopefully I can make it again when I visit my daughter in Mansfield, sooner than later. Happy trails to you, too!
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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surprise_i'm_armed wrote:
Sun Jan 05, 2020 5:34 pm
It was great to meet all of you who showed up at the breakfast. I played show-and-tell with the Zeis alcohol wipes, my low-cost 400 lumen flashlights, and the number plate thing.

What I also wanted to show all of you was the nice 2nd Amendment challenge coins that my pal flightmare gives out, every time we have a new member attend one of our North Texas breakfasts (Frisco, Arlington, Hudson Oaks). I knew I had put it someplace safe, but couldn't find it to bring in to the breakfast. Wouldn't you know it, as I was getting ready to leave the breakfast venue in Pearland, I found it in my car's cupholder! These safe places are great, until you can't remember them!

As far as LTC breakfasts go, Houston/Pearland and the 3 DFW venues are all going great, with steady attendance.

El Paso doesn't have any. I started a thread for Austin/San Antonio LTC's to get their breakfasts going. Result: crickets.

I tried to get "1st Saturday. Terrell/Tyler/East Texas" going, but that sputtered out quickly.

If forum members in these other areas got their breakfasts going, they would meet a whole new set of friends with whom to trade stories.

Oh well......1st world problems! Happy trails all!

SIA
SIA, I'm glad you made it down and hope you had a safe trip back. I'm sorry I missed the breakfast. I was headed south from Mansfield Thursday, so we may have been near one another, though I jumped onto Hwy 75 at Leona to miss the construction area. I knew you'd feel welcomed by our group as I was when I visited y'all up north. Hopefully I can make it again when I visit my daughter in Mansfield, sooner than later. Happy trails to you, too! puma guy
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by puma guy » Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:30 pm

Well, another month has zipped by and First Friday is almost upon us. I missed last month's get together, but barring rising creeks or alien invasions I will be there. For any auditing this thread we meet at Kelley's Country Cookin' in Pearland on Broadway (FM 518) @ 8:30 AM.
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by LDB415 » Tue Feb 04, 2020 6:05 pm

Unless the aliens interfere somehow I will be there and am looking forward to another good meal and great company.
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Post by SQLGeek » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:10 pm

Dang it, I need the first Friday to lineup with my Fridays off. :/

Looks like June will be the next one.
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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:23 pm

I can't make it this month. :cryin

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Post by 03Lightningrocks » Wed Feb 05, 2020 1:24 am

puma guy wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:30 pm
Well, another month has zipped by and First Friday is almost upon us. I missed last month's get together, but barring rising creeks or alien invasions I will be there. For any auditing this thread we meet at Kelley's Country Cookin' in Pearland on Broadway (FM 518) @ 8:30 AM.
My son lives in Pearland. Every time I visit I make him take me to Kelley's for breakfast, I love their Chicken Fried Steak breakfast. Oh man. With biskits and country gravy! Good golly! Great food.

The first time I saw the size of that thing I started laughing. Haha

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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by puma guy » Wed Feb 05, 2020 10:50 am

03Lightningrocks wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 1:24 am
puma guy wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:30 pm
Well, another month has zipped by and First Friday is almost upon us. I missed last month's get together, but barring rising creeks or alien invasions I will be there. For any auditing this thread we meet at Kelley's Country Cookin' in Pearland on Broadway (FM 518) @ 8:30 AM.
My son lives in Pearland. Every time I visit I make him take me to Kelley's for breakfast, I love their Chicken Fried Steak breakfast. Oh man. With biskits and country gravy! Good golly! Great food.

The first time I saw the size of that thing I started laughing. Haha
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Re: Houston south quadrant breakfast

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Post by WildBill » Fri Feb 07, 2020 12:48 pm

A small turnout this month, but still a great breakfast meeting.
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