Cheney to hunt at Rolling Rock
Monday, January 8, 2007
Vice President Dick Cheney is expected to arrive in Westmoreland County this morning for a day of hunting at the Rolling Rock Club in Ligonier Township, a White House spokeswoman said Sunday.
Cheney will land this morning at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport near Latrobe and travel by motorcade to the private club, where he will join unidentified hunting companions, Cheney spokeswoman Lee Anne McBride said.
McBride said he will do his morning briefing in Washington, D.C., before flying to Western Pennsylvania.
McBride said Cheney will not participate in any public events while in the county and will return to the capital this evening.
An avid hunter, Cheney is no stranger to Rolling Rock. He has made several trips to the club since 2002. During a 2003 trip to Rolling Rock, he bagged more than 70 pheasants and mallard ducks.
During one of his most infamous hunting excursions, he accidentally shot lawyer Harry Whittington during a quail hunting trip to south Texas last year. Whittington recovered from his injuries.
..and for the TRULY adventourous...You too can join this hunting party! You will be drove to the scene by Ted Kennedy and Mark Foley will babysit your children
The price is only $47,469 and should be written to the "Hillary Clinton Campaign Fund"....and is legitimataly tax deductable.......no....really...it is.