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Old 09-16-2005, 08:23 PM   #57
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This is such a great thread to read. Frederic, Sherri must have been the tops. I am so sorry for you and your childrens loss. I would love it if someone would email me the cookbook. redboneandrotts@aol.com

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I emailed you the cookbook; hopefully you didn't get a BUNCH of copies :-)
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Blessings Frederic and family. What a lovely tribute a caravan and her cookbook. Not sure who I need to write to for a copy of the cookbook, I'd surely treasure it. What a great community here.
IM your email addy to either me or Frederic, and you shall get it!
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Summerkid,

I hope you never lose the recipes you have from your mother. I have thought about taking some of the most special recipes from Sherri's Cookbook and transferring them over to Word, putting them in a binder and saving them for Renee.

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I believe in hard copies! That way, Renee can get butter & olive oil all over her mother's recipes & then that binder will mean something even more to HER children.

We do face the technological problem on several fronts of how to archive materials in a way that can be accessed in the future. So far, Gutenberg seems to be the universal fallback. As far as I know, the University of Illinois is STILL struggling with how to file hundreds of thousands of photos taken during the landmark City 2000 documentary project here in Chicago ... with the biggest problem being how to choose a format that will mesh with the next century's technology. No point, for instance, in using 8-tracks, Beta, VHS even, or floppy disks ... In 80 years, will there still be CD players to play the CDs we've so lovingly burned?

But, just like the Rosetta stone & petroglyphs that can can still be puzzled out, so can our written word take on a patina yet remain legible. ...
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I've even gone one step further and found an "Airstream" font for Word, so I can make the recipes look extra pretty. I will start looking through the recipes today and start transferring some. Who knows? By the time I'm finished, I'll probably have a book as big as Betty Crocker's!

My edit- The Airstream font, by the way, may be found at http://www.1001fonts.com/font_details.html?font_id=484 it's pretty neat looking. Here's an example of it:

Airstream

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RaChelle emailed me the cookbook. Thanks for blessing us with it and an understanding of the special person that Sherri is.
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I hope you find some recipes you like...you only have about 3,000 or so to choose from

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Thanks flamingo kid and frederic. This cookbook is awesome. My problem is knowing which one to try first.
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Thanks flamingo kid and frederic. This cookbook is awesome. My problem is knowing which one to try first.
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I just got home from a flea market, and bought a COOL turquoise blender for my turquoise Airstream kitchen.

As for ME, I'm starting in the beverage secton ... THIS afternoon :-)

Whoever shows up at our Rally in Northern Illinois Oct 14th might get to be a guinea pig.
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For Summerkid

Look under "drinks" at Summer Girl Soda"

Looks WUNNERFUL!!!

Something got named after YOU, and it's NICER than what got named after ME :-)

(see TILL'S post)
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Thank you

Frederic -- Sherri's cookbook project shows a marvelous sensitivity to the experience of life. The picture of Sherri and Renee is very touching. In response to your commemorations many in this community no doubt have looked across the table and asked, "What if?" That question otherwise seems so far away...

You have shared with many who did and did not know Sherri. It shows how much you two enjoyed the road together. May you keep that passion dear and rise from every stumble. I wish you peace. Hold your precious daughter with love and may she grow to be a strong and free spirit.
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Smile Wonderful cookbook--great memorial

Thanks Frederic for sharing the lovely cookbook. Rachelle kindly emailed us the book. We will treasure it. I still have my great grandma's cookbook with her handwritten notes in it. These books tell us so much about the people who used them. Blessings! Thoughts and prayers with you and your family.
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RaChelle,

What was the drink Till named after you? The Summer Girl soda is a good one, by the way...maybe Theresa will make one

Bob,

Sherri and I shared ten wonderful years together, and we had plans for when I retire from the Army, five years from now. That was the whole reason we bought the Sovereign. We were going to take a year off, home school the kids and see America. Now? Well the future is uncertain, as shown by Sherri's passing and I find myself asking "What if?" a lot. My grandmother had a very good saying: With if's you can build the world, and with but's you can tear it down.

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Thank you for the kind words. I hope you use the cookbook in good health.

Here is another picture of Sherri, with blonde hair. She dyed her hair, right after she first started chemo in 2001.

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What was the drink Till named after you? The Summer Girl soda is a good one, by the way...maybe Theresa will make one

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It's under the thread "Northern IL / Southern WI Autumnfest Rally.. and it wasn't a drink.. it was his trailer experiment.. a wrecked Ambassador and a wrecked Overlander, he's trying to put togther and he lovingly calls it "Shell Shock"..

get it...Chelle? Shell?

He also calls it his Ambassalander.
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