I took my basic training at Ft. Polk Louisiana. I would love to visit the Fort and to see how much it has changed since 1968. Is this possible and if it is who do I contact about doing this. I hate to travel a great distance only to be turned away at the gate.
I am a civilian now and have no ties to the military except my memories of boot camp, AIT and Viet Nam.
You will have to enter at gate 1 at Entrance Road which is off US171 south of Leesville. You need an ID card, Vehicle Registation and Proof of Insurance. You will be issued a temporary pass good for one day and your vehicle will be searched. As for what has changed…I’m sure you will be quite surprised. You may not even recognize the place.
whats the best way to keep 6 lbs of tiger shrimp frozen traveling from louisiana to alabama.. 10 hrs.. staying
one night in a hotel.. i cant get dry ice.. is there a way?
in a car..
I’m assuming the shrimp are protected by being wrapped and preferably put in zip lock bags or another airtight container, and are frozen solid.
Get block ice, and cubes. The larger the chunks, the longer it takes to melt. Put the large blocks under the shrimp, and then on top.fille all gaps with the cubes. Get a cheap 1 lb container of salt, or get about 1 lb of rock salt. Add cold water to ice, and then dump in the salt/rock salt. The salt will dissolve, and the ice will melt some, but this also lowers the temperature at which the water will freeze, and with that much ice, the water will actually be below 32 degrees, and will keep the shrimp frozen. Replenish ice as it melts. As long as you have half ice in the cooler, then you know it should still be cold enough.
If your bird loves and trust you he should be fine. Make sure the bird can see you but try to sheild him from looking out the window. There will be stress. We take our birds riding with us so they are use to everything around the moves in a car. Truck is louder.
Take him on trial runs in your car first. Might help
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The laws regarding online betting vary with the country. Online gambling companies are not allowed to operate in the US. Three US states, namely Nevada, Louisiana, and California have explicitly written laws against online gambling. It is not uncommon for employees of online betting companies from other countries to run foul of the law when they travel to the US. The UK, on the other hand, has made a move toward allowing gambling to grow in a regulated environment. Gambling companies can now legally operate from within the UK. This step is regarded by many as one in the right direction, which allows the population to harness the power of the Internet for pleasure and profit.
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I’d like to get one because they’re much cheaper than a car, and great on gas, and I only travel within about 30-40 miles from where I live, But that’s using the interstate, so…?
If you are talking of real actual Vespa your can use 50cc scooters not use on Interstate. The 150cc Vespa scooters can use Interstate *legally* but can only do about 59mph and is not safely on the Interstate.
The Vespa 300cc scooters are 80mph on the Interstate.