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Old 05-11-2009, 10:42   #61
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Date and Place?

This is "Son of a Sailor" just picking up on this thread. Looking back on the 60 or so posts, don't see a definitive date and place. Did I miss it? Look forward to seeing some of the boaters again...
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Old 05-11-2009, 11:39   #62
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It will be good to see you again. The date is the 22nd of Nov at the same spot in Green Cove. I figure we will eat around 4-5 pm. A side dish to compliment beef briskets will be appreciated. We have a green salad, mac & cheese, and chili so far. We don't have a show of positive attendants, but so far about 16- 20.....i2f
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Old 06-11-2009, 09:06   #63
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I forgot to mention we will have a visitor from the forum all the way from Texas.....wooooohooooo......i2f
I hope we get there in time for the wet T-Shirt contest! Can't wait to meet everyone and see my first Florida sunset.......
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WET T-SHIRT?.....I think not, but we can douse you with a bucket if you like, shaken, not stirred. A prize for coming the farthest distance.........i2f
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WET T-SHIRT?.....I think not, but we can douse you with a bucket if you like, shaken, not stirred. A prize for coming the farthest distance.........i2f
John,

I will be coming from Minneapolis!..... What's the prize?

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Old 07-11-2009, 07:23   #66
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I am going to have to get out the MAPQUEST, and see if Texas is farther?.....lol......i2f
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I am going to have to get out the MAPQUEST, and see if Texas is farther?.....lol......i2f
Hmmm... While I have endless regard for the greater state of Texas, I do believe it is geographically and politically closer to Florida than Minnesota

Looking forward to a good time, food and great company! See you at the cookout!

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... I do believe it is geographically and politically closer to Florida than Minnesota ...
Not even close, on both counts.
Minneapolis to Jacksonville is about 1,500 miles, whereas it’s only about 1,000 miles from San Antonio.
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Not even close, on both counts.
Minneapolis to Jacksonville is about 1,500 miles, whereas it’s only about 1,000 miles from San Antonio.
Thanks for the confirmation, Gordy!
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No matter the distance we'll be glad to see you Hakki.............i2f
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Thanks, John! It'll be great to be back around the latitudes I belong
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A bump to the top asking for a raising of hands. For who will attend, and what dish they will bring. This way I will know how many briskets to thaw......i2f
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Please count Barb and I in. We may -potentially- have a couple more sailors joining us; I'll let you know asap if it materializes.

If ok with you, we'll bring a veggie and dip type of thing. It's the easiest for a traveling kind of person

What time do you hope to start at your end? Our schedule is very flexible; we can arrive a bit early to help with things.

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I planning on eating about 4-5. I am working on the boat, so anytime after 2 is good. Don't forget there's a tv if anybody is interested in watching games, and the veggie dip is good. We have a green salad, chili, Mac & cheese dishes already......i2f
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Sounds like a plan, thanks!
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