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Old 09-18-2007, 10:20 PM   #393
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Old 09-18-2007, 10:52 PM   #394
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Been following the rally threads and feel the need for RALLY. We love Vail lake. Ron and Debbie have got the right area to have a great time in. We are in space 76. Look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones.
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Glad to hear that you two are going to join us. Bam, you can always book a spot now to ensure that you are nearby. The cancellation cost is minimal.
TIME, Excella 3287 were our friends in the "strange Airstream". It looked alot like a Prevost. Ron
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Glad to hear that you two are going to join us. Bam, you can always book a spot now to ensure that you are nearby. The cancellation cost is minimal.
TIME, Excella 3287 were our friends in the "strange Airstream". It looked alot like a Prevost. Ron
Ron,

Thanks for refreshing my memory. Of course I remember, the delicious BBQ, the beautiful strange stream with the brave white details and lots of mirrors.

Kip,

Look forward to seeing you again, will your family join us like last time?
May be you can lead us to a wine tasting tour in the area, what you think?

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Old 09-19-2007, 08:57 PM   #396
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Both Monica and I will be in the Airstream. Sold the strange one. Now spending $$ on aluminum, lots of mirrors and changing the interior. Monica would love to take a wine tour, her fav don't you know. Perhaps a limo depending on number of participants, Monica is well versed in wines. I'll get some cost estimates and get back. Me I'm bringing 1 or 2 smokers for Saturdays Pot luck, this process takes 4-7 hrs of monitoring. Thinking ribs, pork shoulder or brisket.
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Old 09-19-2007, 09:37 PM   #397
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A SOB BAMWICH!

I love it.
ms bam,

i'm going through my Gorman permanent resident guide, looking up "Chris" for one side and perhaps "PROVOST" for the other.

now that's a SOB BAMWICH!

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*getting claustrophobic even as we speak*


Hmmm.

I think I'll go ride up and down in a crowded elevator just for practice.
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Both Monica and I will be in the Airstream. Sold the strange one. Now spending $$ on aluminum, lots of mirrors and changing the interior. Monica would love to take a wine tour, her fav don't you know. Perhaps a limo depending on number of participants, Monica is well versed in wines. I'll get some cost estimates and get back. Me I'm bringing 1 or 2 smokers for Saturdays Pot luck, this process takes 4-7 hrs of monitoring. Thinking ribs, pork shoulder or brisket.
Fantastic. Would love to join Monica to a wine tour, and definitely be a pleasure with a connoisseur. I always want to learn more about wine. Limo is a great idea, but if not, may be John won't mind to be our destinated driver??? Though, he might rather spend time with you and the smoker...

Ribs...pork shoulder...brisket??? all of the above???? that's a dilema...

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Hmmm.

I think I'll go ride up and down in a crowded elevator just for practice.
Try that (up and down in a crowded elevator) in HK, Tokyo, or Shanghai...claustrophobic is an understatement there. One should also bring an oxygen tank...

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Try that (up and down in a crowded elevator) in HK, Tokyo, or Shanghai...claustrophobic is an understatement there. One should also bring an oxygen tank...

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Yup, Been there, Done that!
Lord, help those stuck in an elevator with one who flatuates in the crowded Elevator!
Flash back...flash back...
It's a long ride to the 50th floor...

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Wine Tour

OK folks here's the breakdown on limos

Most wineries are open from 10 to 5
Four wineries can be done in 4-5 hrs. Most limo companies offer a $30.00 per person which includes a wine glass from each winerey
There are 21 wineries within 20 minutes of Vail Lake, we have not done all however Thorton & Callaway are well worth a visit.

www.xtreme_limos.com

A 5 hr tour for 8 would equal 60.00 per person plus 30.00 for tasting at 4 wineries
for 12 people would equal 75.00 per person for the above
for 15 people would equal 72.00 per person for the above

Temecula Wine Tours by West Coast Transportation

again the 30.00 per person for tasting at 4 wineries
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Sorry folks should have noted that the $30.00 cost for 4 winereis includes wine tasting as well as the glass from each.
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Kip,
Thank you for the research and information. That sounds like a good idea if we can gather enough people. Is the price valid for Friday and Saturday?
Knowing some folks probably won't arrive till Friday night or Saturday morning, I guess Saturday might be a better day. I don't know. It's really depends on who's interested as well.

Let's keep it in the back burner and throw that out again as we get closer.

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Wine tour , eh. Well done Kip. Mrs. Goin like those things. I'll be takin the Ta kill ya tour over at Kev's. Wine gives me a headache but not the nector of Mexico.
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