We have about a thousand total thanks to two professional phototogrphaers and plenty of camera phones.
One of the best things about living in Las Vegas is the entertainment options. A few weeks ago a great friend suggested to go "Kill some Zombies" and in Vegas - no problem. Thanks to the guys over at Adventure Combat Ops (https://adventurecombatops.com).
The entire experience was first class, from the start where we were picked up in a big military vehicle on the Strip, brought to the site and briefed. The site itself is very well done. Suited up then trained up (on our AirSoft AR's) and tossed into battle.
We were expertly guided by our team lead - Gator. Former Special Ops and 100% good dude, he clearly knows this stuff in real life and brought every bit of that to our Zombie fight.
Remember this is urban combat, so you really need to understand the best way to clear a room.
Point of no return, we had a job to do, clear the zombies, collect intel and get out to fight another day.
I have to say, these guys to it right. Amazing and realistic effects. This experience is currently rated #1 in Vegas and the way they are going it will stay that way for years to come. I highly recommend Adventure Combat Ops to EVERYONE. When you book it, make sure you give Gator and the crew my best. I know I will be back.
October 10th, 2016 - One very special day - my daughter's wedding.
What a wonderful day and a truly wonderful couple. The wedding went perfect and there were many many highlights. Including this one, the father - daughter dance. Of course it started with the song selection which is is no easy task. Take a moment and just Google "father - daughter dance songs". Lots of choices, some real classics too. That's where I started, but I needed more input. Luckily I have a few friend's who have recently made this selection so I asked their input. Hmmm, great input, but still couldn't find the message I really wanted. Then I thought about a fairly current song that really resonated.
The song I needed had to really convey one very simple but powerful message. You see my daughter and I have a great relationship, she knows she is the twinkle in my eye, but her new husband is in the United States Air Force (and YES I am very proud of him and his service), but that means when he is stationed in across the country in the great state of Georgia, as he is now, my daughter lives states away. So I needed and found the song that had the message I wanted to make sure my daughter never forgot. The song, Charlie Puth's "One Call Away".
Not at all traditional, but now very special for both her and I.