Sunday, June 21, 2009


One of the most awe inspiring sights in Iraq (well, nature type stuff anyway) was the sandstorms. From miles away you could see huge clouds that really weren't clouds roll in towards you and cover the land like a thick San Francisco fog. Like these-

So imagine my surprise when on Thursday night, the soldiers in my unit saw this batch of storm clouds come rolling in over an open field at Camp Ripley. We were a little nervous because there was a tornado watch posted and there were no buildings around, but most everyone stopped to watch the awesome and humbling spectacle of nature at it's best-


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