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Old 09-19-2005, 08:18 PM   #71
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Not to hyjack the thread....
Shell Shock is the smashed 26 footer I brought back from Atlanta.
Ambassalander will be the end result of combining the two.
Now back to your regular programing....
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:22 PM   #72
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Not to hyjack the thread....
Shell Shock is the smashed 26 footer I brought back from Atlanta.
Ambassalander will be the end result of combining the two.
Now back to your regular programing....
So it didn't have anything to do with MY name ??

Actually, I knew that.. I was just joshin' you.


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Cool Make mine..mojita!

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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 :-)

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So, Chelle....what did you make? Sherri's mojita recipe is a "must try" but not exactly a blender drink..... Diane
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So, Chelle....what did you make? Sherri's mojita recipe is a "must try" but not exactly a blender drink..... Diane
I forgot to say, didn't I???

We did the Orange Julius knock-off, BUT I don't have "egg substitute".. and I didn't want to use a raw egg, which you USED to be able to do at orange Julius.

I'm going to keep experimenting, but it wasn't too bad.

I'll go look at Mojita.
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So how did the Orange Julius work out, RaChelle? Which Mojito did you try, Diane? I like both, but Mojito2 is better in my opinion.

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you should keep your plans up.........she would of wanted you to take the year long trip. call it "sherris trip"
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Desi,

What I'm thinking about doing is taking "Sherri's Cookbook Caravan" and making it an annual event....you know, give the cookbook out to as many people as possible, and coincide the stops along the way with local rallies. Of course I have to organize the first caravan. I think with the proper planning, it can be a great success. As for the year long trip, well I guess we'll know for sure in about four years, when I have to decide what to do after retirement.

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Old 09-20-2005, 03:45 PM   #78
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Make sure you post the dates for Sherri's Cookbook Caravan when you decide. I would love to participate...but I need as much lead time as possible.

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Sherri's Cookbook Caravan will tentatively start date March 8th (Sherri's Birthday) and it will end the March 31st.

For those interested in participating in the caravan, either for the entire trip or just a portion, please send me your address, and I will plug it into the Trailer Life Campground Directory 2005 RaChelle so kindly sent me.

Even though it's six months away, I'm getting amped up already. I spoke with Ron, at South Jersey RV today and made some last minute changes to the Sovereign, for the better I think.

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Sherri's Cookbook Caravan will tentatively start date March 8th (Sherri's Birthday) and it will end the March 31st.

For those interested in participating in the caravan, either for the entire trip or just a portion, please send me your address, and I will plug it into the Trailer Life Campground Directory 2005 RaChelle so kindly sent me.

Even though it's six months away, I'm getting amped up already. I spoke with Ron, at South Jersey RV today and made some last minute changes to the Sovereign, for the better I think.

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We're situated in the midwest.... tip top of Illinois.

Let me know your route close to us. We can't travel though.. we are REALLY saddled here.

You don't own a small business; it owns YOU.
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i wonder what it would cost to get a couple thousand coobooks pressed and covers made? maybe 10 -25 cents each in bulk?
there must be someone here that can do cd duplication. and if you wont take donations for the family how bout making it for her favorite charity? it would be a great tribute to a wonderful and beautiful person.
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Desi,

I really don't know what it would cost to have the CD printed, but if Bjoern is correct, and there are over 3,000 recipes, that's going to be one big cookbook! I'd really like to keep the cookbook distibution simple though, the way Sherri led her life. If the good people of this board really want to make a donation in Sherri's name, then please give to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Although there have been great advances in breast cancer research, there is still a great deal more that needs to be done to eradicate this disease.

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What a great selection!

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I put all of Sherri's recipes into a work document. It came to be several hundred pages long. I think it is better in individual folders…
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How did you convert the files to Word?

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