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    I'd be glad to.....one of my favorites.



    Emailed the link to the Pigram Brothers track to Mum, she loves it.
    Cheers



    In other news....G'day Nick. I'd love an IPA.
    We don't know how lucky we are....

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    Good songs, seanz!

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    Found ya a beer sign for the window Glen.







    This one for on the wall.


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    Steve is good, but here's some more Edie.


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    Greetings Pubsters -- the rowing day was huge fun. It was the Launch Day for a Penbscot 14 - built by Wind & Oar, the non-profit that teaches kids to build boats. Great turnout! Even yakked with the mayor for a bit. He's alright for politico. Turns out he's been a sailor most of his life. Built a SF Bay Pelican in the garage, with his dad, when he as a kid. He might be interested in having a boat built. Talk is cheap - we'll see if it turns into anything. We rowed a bit with the other St. Ayles Skiff. The part where they T-boned us was fun. I do not suggest that it was retaliation for the thrashing we put on 'em. I'm just gonna put it down to an inexperienced helmsman/cox <G> Those long, straight, keels mean they track beautifully... but do NOT spin on a dime like an Optimist!! Also enjoyed watching the Penobscot 14 perform in light airs, and admire the Vivier "Ebihen 16" that joined the festivities.

    I forgot my sunscreen, so am nursing a bit of a burn (first of the season, not likely the last). The rowing was a good workout. Working a sweep on a crew of 4 is definitely 'different'. They put me in the 'stroke' position, so I had to concentrate on cadence a good bit. Got good reviews, though. The two owners are beginning to get serious about assembling a crew and pool of alternates... and rowing her regularly. I'm looking forward to it!!!!!

    So... dinner it is - finally. Rice flour rotini with tofu, slivered almonds, marinara, and grated romano. Beer is Pyramid IPL. It wasn't what I expected, and at first I didn't think I'd like it. But I'm beginning to enjoy it --

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    Sounds like a good day, David. I have liked the Shiner beer that I have had. I haven't been able to find their Hefe-Weizen in a while. Do they still make it?
    I need to get to bed soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Woodward View Post

    Thought of this for the summer sound track thread.
    Mississippi sounds hot.
    and looks flat.
    It does get very hot and the Mississippi_Yazoo delta where many of those photos were taken is very flat. I was born and grew up there and know exactly where some of those photos were taken. I will be going back over there for about a week in about 9 or 10 days. Actually most of the state is rather rolling hills. If I remember correctly, the highest elevation in the state is about 810 feet.

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    I live at 1200 feet here in Georgia. My father's house in Mississippi, which my sisters and I own now, is at about 110' and is 7 miles from the Mississippi River. The highest point in Georgia, Brasstown Bald at 4784' is about 50 miles from me as the crow flies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Woodward View Post
    Up in the Georgia mountians is an enclave of Adirondack style "camps", compleat with Adirondack boats.
    I used to spend a lot of time in the mountains, canoeing, hiking, camping and photographing. I don't remember ever seeing an Adirondack boat here. Lake Rabun seems like a likely location for that though. Could be on any of the mountain lakes though.
    I really need to go to bed. Good night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purri View Post
    Onya Sean. How abt Goanna's "Solid Rock" or INXS? "Great Southern Land"?

    Never got to see Goanna....I've seen Shane and Rose at the Port Fairy festival though.



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    More Warumpi Band and some "crucial" 80's haircuts in the video street shots.

    We don't know how lucky we are....

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    Boy... 'somebody' sure found some quarters in the couch cushions! <G>
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    Very, very 80's Oz sound and I love his voice.

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    Here you go David G.....I know you're a big ACDC fan. Give this a listen.


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    Hiya Bobby, it's taking a while to dig through all this new (to me) music. A lot of interesting stuff here and it's making for a nice start to the Sunday morning.
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    Coffee time here, so far anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby of Tulsa View Post
    Really good talking to you yesterday, I hope I didn't give ya brain damage or something.
    Nah, it's all good, I enjoyed talking to you as well. We sure covered a lot of ground, didn't we?
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    Same here pal. The whole day was enjoyable and our afternoon session was a nice top off. Been a while since I laughed that hard and it felt great. Thanks . . .
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    Morning everyone, a brunch menu came into my possession. I'll post it later. in the meantime I'll have some of that coffee.

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    Morning everyone

    Yes please to coffee

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    A message from the band.


    Sunday Brunch Menu:
    Light and fluffy Blueberry pancakes with butter and Canadian Maple syrup.
    Hearty Buckwheat flapjacks, with butter, molasses, and strawberry jam.
    Champagne scrambled eggs, with chives, and Tabasco
    Moon beam eggs, with aquavit, and jelly beans.
    Never frozen St. Augustine shrimp.
    Bone in rib eye steaks grilled over hardwood charcoal.
    Asparagus, grilled with lemon, olive oil, and chevre cheese.
    Amber's fresh vegetable medley.
    Bagels.
    Blini.
    Blintz.
    .Bially.
    Bear claw.
    Butterfly.
    Bastone,
    Oysters Rockefeller,
    Clams casino.
    Lobster salad.
    Bacon (Canadian, and the real stuff!)
    Sweet breakfast sausage.
    Andouille.
    Chorizo.
    Chorico.
    Linguica.
    Blottwurst
    Boudin.
    Wheat toast
    Rye toast
    English muffins.
    Blueberry pie
    Tirramisu
    Chocolate pudding pie.
    Bloody Mary.
    Bloody Caesars.
    Moscow mule.
    Coffee
    Tea.
    Ice cold fresh milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanz View Post
    Here you go David G.....I know you're a big ACDC fan. Give this a listen.


    I've never paid much attention to AC/DC... but I liked the video. I'm in favor of any music that inspired people to speak truth to power, and to stand up for what is fair and right.
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    Yukkkk
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    I was Yukkin' about KIA's musical contribution. Maybe that was mean... but it was an honest first reaction. Guess I'd best play something tastier to recover.


    Maaaannnnn... they must REALLY have it in for you!

    Wadja do to piss 'em off THIS time??? And Carter was in on it? You really musta acted like an Okie! <G>


    Here's some mo' betta music --

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    Another Honey piece --

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    Been a LONG time comin' --

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Z View Post
    Good morning, almost everyone. Last night, my youngest son invited me to Arcedium for coffee this morning. I've been up since 7:00AM CST, had breakfast, and made a pot of tea, since I'm having coffee with him, right?
    Well, no call, no text, no answer to my text asking, "Are you up yet?" a half hour ago.
    Maybe I'll have some of that Tulsy coffee, after all.

    Kids!!! You think this gray hair happens all by itself???????????
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    David G
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    Tulsy -- coulda been worse. I coulda speculated that you were acting like a TEXAN!!! Just think how bad they'd have treated you then. Prolly dumped TWO bottles onya!!!
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    Sorry Fredz... I really hate to be the one to break it to ya... your are neither <G>
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    Tulsy - you're right, of course. Not ALL Texans are bad. I have several that I think highly of as well. But GuiltByAssociation does live... and even the best of Tejanos have a lot to live down in that department.


    And you're right about how many people mangle the holy teachings of wise men everywhere.

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    But - in the end - we all need to do what we can:

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    Thus ends the Sunday Morning gospel hour. Unless, of course, Tulsy or someone else gets inspired to go that direction. I enjoyed re-visiting all that stuff, even if no one else did. I got inspired by the first song to top off my breakfast with a splash of that new rum. Mmmmmm...mmmmmm!! Delicious. Shouda thought of it earlier and added it to my coffee.

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