I'm glad to be a new member of the lodge here in Annapolis. The Navy has transferred me here to Annapolis for 3 years, so in turn I transferred from my old lodge in Portsmouth, Va. The very first evening I came to the lodge here. The people here were friendly and welcomed me with open arms. For that I thank each and every one of you. I look forward to both my tour with the Navy here, as well as the many warm hearted, friendly folks that I will meet. Thanks again.
Jim & JoEllen Gass said:December 18, 2010 9:31 pm PST
Hello fellow members. Have lots of pics from our Pacific NW., trip this year. On the coastline we visited all but two Moose Lodges from Astoria, Oregon to Oxnard, Calif. While at the Simi Valley, Ca., lodge we spent the day at the Ronald Reagan Library and gravesite. It was awsum. Also visited the lodge again in San Diego. We are back in Yuma Az., for the winter and will be back at the lodge the first of June. We were selected as camphosts in July at Antitiam Nat'l Battlefield Park for 30 days. The Lodge was well represented this year. Lots of pics to show. Especially the Redwoods on the property of one lodge and the lodge on the bech in Pismo Beach, Calif. Love the newsletter.
Bruce Dewey said:December 5, 2010 7:46 pm PST
The lodge is clean and friendly, the service has been good, but the lodge members seem somewhat taken aback by visitors.
Hal Housley said:July 17, 2010 2:52 am PST
would like to tell Ms. Vivian that the stuffed rock fish last night was out of this world. i could eat that meal everyday of the week. thanks for your delicious food you fix .
David Danser said:June 16, 2010 11:01 am PST
will be there sat with caroline co. moose riders. look forward to meeting evryone
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