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Old 02-19-2006, 09:49 AM   #15
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If we know you're headed our way we'll supply the beer and biscotti...that way you don't even have to worry about it...that is if you ever find yourself on Highway 8, east of Moscow, Idaho.
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:17 AM   #16
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Make mine...

... Scotch. Neat.
True drinking Airstreamers know that you can use up a lot of your GVW just toting a little beer along.
So pound for pound and serving for serving you'll be able to do a lot more "entertaining" if you carry some kind of booze.
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:28 AM   #17
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... Scotch. Neat.
True drinking Airstreamers know that you can use up a lot of your GVW just toting a little beer along.
So pound for pound and serving for serving you'll be able to do a lot more "entertaining" if you carry some kind of booze.
Have fun,
Jerry

Point well taken, but to avoid the psychological malfunctions that occur when you mix my brain with spirits, I've had to simply get a bigger truck! Next upgrade: Freightliner!
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:42 AM   #18
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How do YOU define PARTY???

1. Dancing around the campfire while swilling CAPPUCCINO!!!

2. Dancing around the campfire while swilling BEER (PREFERABLY NORTHWEST MICROS)!!!

3. Laying toes up IN the campfire after having one JACK AND JACK WITH A JACK BACK (THATS JACK DANIALS AND YUKON JACK WITH A MAD JACK BACK)!!! Danger---Don't try this one unless you are alone or with someone!!!!!!

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Old 02-19-2006, 12:19 PM   #19
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Just got back from traveling for a week to Massachusetts of all places (from Minnesota). At least it warmed up to about 60 there. Can't say much for being back to 0 here.

Anyway, we just spent a week fending off sugar in our coffee. Gotta understand the semantics at a Dunkin Donuts. Regular means sugar and cream I guess and black means just sugar. In Minnesota BLACK means black with no nuthin'. We learned quick. I like my coffee straight. I like my bourbon the same way.

In Cochabamba, Bolivia, Americano was a heavy surup of coffee topped with hot water to bring it back to standard brew. They too hovered with the sugar and cream and looked at you strangely when you refused it. It was easier drinking coca tea.

My beer tends to microbrew only. It was Wachusett Porter last week. It is a Summit Grand right now at home. I will not drink Bud or Miller. I let them fight it out on TV with cute commercials. If I drink a mass brand it might be Leinenkugels. OK, that's stepping out at least in the upper Midwest.
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:32 PM   #20
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Thanks for your fun replies everyone. This is Gregg's wife Cyndi. The truth is we carry so much with us we can create almost any kind of party on a moments notice so you are all welcome to stop by any old time. Bet we will have something you like What usually gets the most ooohhs and aaahhs though is the true southern peach cobbler that I can whip up before we have a good fire going so prepare to throw away ideas for a healthy diet at least one evening. Have to say though that I am going to have to start searching for some of those ultimate chips out there.
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Old 02-19-2006, 03:24 PM   #21
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I like the micro-brews too. The Southern Wisconsin variety are very good. New Glarus Brewery's Hearty Hop IPA is my current favorite. Berghoff makes some tasty malt beverages too.

I used to drink Miller Lite as my "normal everyday" beer. But then when Kurt Busch got hired to drive the Miller Lite car, it got too weird for me...I mean really.....a Busch drving the Miller car? I was already a #8 car fan, so I had to switch to Bud Select as my "normal everyday" beer.
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Old 02-19-2006, 04:33 PM   #22
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If you are out of Bacardi, I could subsist on anything Yuengling brews...
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Old 02-19-2006, 06:11 PM   #23
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Gregg and Cyndi are you able to come to our NW GA Spring rally? Its not far from Tn and we will have a wide variety of beverages, food and music...live and not. Y'all sound like you would fit right in with our crew. C'mon down!
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Old 02-20-2006, 06:15 PM   #24
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Alansd,
Thanks for the invite. Checked out the dates and found we already have reservations that weekend camping with our local sob camping club. Keep us in mind during your other outtings though, we don't mind traveling to meet new friends and actually we haven't spent all that much time in Georgia. We head north into Canada for the whole summer each year, from about mid June to mid Sep, but would like a raincheck to join you sometime so put us on your mailing list.
Stay safe and healthy with safe travels.
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Old 02-20-2006, 06:34 PM   #25
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Alansd,
Thanks for the invite. Checked out the dates and found we already have reservations that weekend camping with our local sob camping club. Keep us in mind during your other outtings though, we don't mind traveling to meet new friends and actually we haven't spent all that much time in Georgia. We head north into Canada for the whole summer each year, from about mid June to mid Sep, but would like a raincheck to join you sometime so put us on your mailing list.
Stay safe and healthy with safe travels.
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Prehaps you will be in the area on your way to Canada and would like to attend the Salisbury Beach Rally April 28th. See the NE Unit spring in to camping thread.
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Old 02-20-2006, 06:57 PM   #26
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cheezborger!,cheezborger!...chips, no fries....

here in the windy city, our famous chips were Jays, (pre W.W.2 they were called Japs). now with the healthy reformulation of cooking oil, they just dont taste the same.
in my adopted state of idaho, moscow and coeur d alene have some great pubs with a healthy variety of micro brews on tap.
go vandals!

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Old 02-20-2006, 07:08 PM   #27
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Bourbon vs. beer

I generally travel well provisioned. My choice is pretzels (they are a fat free snack) and bourbon. I've forsaken beer for a lighter me......I've lost 18 pounds in the last year on the "bourbon diet" since giving up my national heritage beverage.
Also my drink of choice works with my asprin therapy to help thin my blood.
Bourbon takes up less room in the coach so less weight and better gas mileage.
Bourbon doesn't take up room in the fridge...so more room for bottled water... I prefer mine with a splash.
Oh!, and I can make my drink as strong as I want it....not so with beer.
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