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Old 14th July 2016, 19:38   #16
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Your name says it all.
You are a veteran of every thing; war, rally, adventure, engineering and what not.
Your introduction would make everyone so proud of you.
Big Salute to you, sir.

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Old 15th July 2016, 01:10   #17
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Great to have you on-board Sir and welcome to the forum.

My grandfather served in the army for several years after which he retired and took up another position as a civilian in the 515 Army Base Workshop, but he passed away when I was too young.

Look forward to reading about your vast experiences on the road and off it too, do share them.
Thanks NPV!

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heart felt respect sirji, pranam
Thank you ALTIMAed, and a big Hello to you!

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Dear Mr.Vijay Singhji Sir - welcome to the forum Sir! The Himalayan Rally is very special for me too. I participated in 1983. Please read the Himalayan Rally thread on the forum, you'll love it.
Dear Behram Dhabhar, I had participated in the 1984 and '85 Himalayan Rallies. I will definitely look at the thread as suggested.
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The famous 1972 Munich Olympics, or the tragic Olympics. That must be quite a memory

Welcome aboard, sir. What a career you have had/are having. Look forward to reading your various experiences - this forum surely offers enough breadth to talk about all your diverse interests
Dear mallumowgli, The tragedy at the Munich Olympics was one of the first large scale terrorist attacks. What emerged was an unbeatable spirit wherein a decision was taken to continue the Games notwithstanding the trauma.
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I wish we had some kind of test to judge a person's ability to adhere to this before doling out the driving license.

And welcome to the forum, would be lovely having an amazing personality (the text of your first post in bold) like yours here!
Thanks alpha1, Looking forward to new experiences!

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Welcome Aboard Sir and Happy Driving !

Looking forward to your posts and threads
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Sir - What an honor to get to know you and have you amongst us! Thank you for your service to the nation and to say that I envy you will be an understatement

I sure hope I get an opportunity to meet you in person sometime!
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Dear friends,

Thanks for your comments, and am sorry to remain incommunicado for 10 days!

As you would soon see, a lot of water has flown in this time.

My son purchased a Lexus LX 470 (there are now two of these now in our family) and I did a road trip from San Francisco to Seattle immediately on 20 June. We went on an Alaskan cruise: Seattle - Juneau - Skagway - Tracy Arm Fjord - Victoria - Seattle over 8 days.

On a last minute impulse we drove from Seattle to Vancouver for a 1 ½ day trip. And then returned this morning at 4 am after driving @ 1600 kms in a day from Vancouver - San Francisco bay area

Been a memorable trip.

Safe driving!

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Now that is what is called an introductory post! Great to have you on board.
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