"Driving Across America"
Photography by Randall A. Mays Copyright 2003-2008 All
The Trip to Greece 2007
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Info on the NRA Women on Target Pistol Clinic Held Sept 27, 2008
"We don't stop playing
because we grow
old. We grow old because we stop playing."
The worldwide headquarters
randymays.com is in Eastern Idaho. To give you a better
perspective on our local area, here is a quote from Cindy Smith-Putnam,
spokesperson for the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC),
"The way we
play around here is the way we get hurt. We've got bear
rock climbers (falling), bison gorings, folks slamming through barbed
wire fences on snow machines, five-car pileups in icy roads, hunters
shooting each other, kayakers knocking their noggins on rocks - you
Personal comment. Having, at last
count, been a temporary resident of EIRMC on many occasions, I can
state without the slightest hesitation that our local hospital has the
best nurses in the world.
One of our favorite gun stores now has a Web site. Click here for Sam's
Guns in Pocatello.
The Southeastern Idaho Practical
For Cowboy Action Shooting photos, click here.
For information on NRA Firearms Training, click here.
To read about
the latest adventure,
To read some older stories, click here.
To read the latest "First Impressions"
Page, click here.
To read about the SEIPS Spring Clean-Up, click here.
Front Sight Resort near
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Newcomers to this page may wish to begin
with Page 1.5
and explore the legacy links
there , then check out www.irighti.org
for some other words and pictures from the past few years. If
are already familiar with the Page Two First Impressions pages from the
old Piedmont NRA Instructors Web page, you can click here
for the latest
information. If you would like to see the Web page
"started it all," try www.PiedmontNRAInstructors.org.
Sight in Sierra Times
Ignatius Piazza Blog
Sight in National Enquirer
in Register-Pajaronian Online
Piazza in Las Vegas Review
Piazza in Los Angeles Times (the newspaper)
Piazza in El Mercurio
Piazza in Chicago Tribune