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    Hello All

    Today I arrived in Indianapolis, Carmel area from Pennsylvania.

    After I was off the company clock decided to take an OC stroll up N. Meridian St

    All I got was a double take from the hotel receptionist.

    Went to Moe’s to get a bit to eat. Not so much as a double take.

    I have a Pa LTCF and Indiana has statutory reciprocity.

    If you get a chance feel free visit one of our OC forums at http://www.pafoa.org

    It’s awful flat here. Where’s your hills? LOL

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    It’s awful flat here. Where’s your hills? LOL
    We store 'em in Kentucky for safe keeping.

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    Woot! PA rocks!

    Lived in the North Hills for a year. Still have family there, I miss PA. Yeah it is awful flat. Just be glad you aren't working up here in the NW part of the state. Winters here make PA look like North Florida.. I should know I lived there too

    When I go back I'm going to OC this time.

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    edstephan wrote:
    It’s awful flat here. Where’s your hills? LOL

    Ed
    Brown County, down by Nashville. All 3 of them.

    :celebrate

    (Nashville is between Columbus and Bloomington, Bloomington as in Indiana University, the communist capitol of the state ).

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    Hehe. We brought some friends back from a road trip to PA once and all they kept saying is "Where are all the trees?"

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    Back in 2003 me and 2 buddies drove out to Pennsylvania for a burger. Left NWI at 7 a.m., and arrived at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub in time for dinner, before heading straight back. Couldn't see much of PA since it was dark, but I could tell it's full of good views. We even made a stop at Gobbler's Knob. No matter how nice it would be to live in such a beautiful area, I wouldn't want to drive around there in the snow. The trip was fun as hell. 1,000 miles in 24 hours, for a burger.

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    We just got back from the mountains (the wife and I) and we think the same thing every time... "where are the hills" Its depressing coming home.

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    Next week I'll be back in the flat lands for work and OCing on my off work hours

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    I'll be back in Carmel next week for work and OCing of course after work hours

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    Hello All

    Today I arrived in Indianapolis, Carmel area from Pennsylvania.

    After I was off the company clock decided to take an OC stroll up N. Meridian St

    All I got was a double take from the hotel receptionist.

    Went to Moe’s to get a bit to eat. Not so much as a double take.

    I have a Pa LTCF and Indiana has statutory reciprocity.

    If you get a chance feel free visit one of our OC forums at http://www.pafoa.org

    It’s awful flat here. Where’s your hills? LOL

    Ed


    Ed, glad you could visit us! Be advised some cops have no clue about OC and if you are stopped, your obligation is as simple as your PA permission slip and that's all... Let us know how your trip works out.

    Yep, a lot of the Central and Northern part of the state are essentially f-l-a-t. Some spots up North are so flat, you can see the curvature of the earth.:shock: Couldn't pay me to live there again. Go south and west about 25miles and you'll start to run into hills. Ahhhhh.Lots of trees...

    And if you want a real challenge, go to that communist stronghold, Bloomington and OC. Not to worry too much,us rednecks got'em surrounded.

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    edstephan wrote:
    If you get a chance feel free visit one of our OC forums at http://www.pafoa.org
    pafoa isn't the OC forum for PA, many of the members are anti-OC, including doug... who happened to enjoy slamming shefearsnothing not only on the forum but on the IRC chat. Though I'm sure opencarry.org won't have any anti-OC people... Unless they're trolls from the brady bunch.
    Gays are prominent members of firearm rights, we do more via the courts, don't like it? Leave.
    Religious bigots against same sex marriage are not different than white supremacists.
    I expel anti-gay people off my teams. Tolerance is key to team cohesion and team building.

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    Also don't forgetwww.paopencarry.org



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    Back in Carmel this week

    No issues, OC'ed in Meijer, Bellacino's, Southwest Joes, and a few other places





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    Well, I get to come back to Carmel next week.






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