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Old 14-11-2009, 14:29   #76
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Mike and Paula will be there, we are bringing coleslaw and anything else you may need, cups, plates, forks?? name it we want to help. Looking forward to seeing everyone...

We actually came into Jacksonville in the spring from CT, does that count?? just kidding, see everyone on the 22nd.
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Old 16-11-2009, 17:08   #77
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Sandspur, are you still coming?
Bluestocking, thanks for the offer
FSMIKE, a pot of chili
Scallywag, mac & cheese
crazyocean dream, are you still coming?
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Island Mike, cole law, no kives, forks, plates needed......see you then & thanks
Snuggery, green salad & desert
Ed & Patsy, dip
sailndive, veggie plate

We have a couple of people from SN, and the marina here. I will update, and give you a number by Sat afternoon........i2f
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Old 17-11-2009, 08:56   #78
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How about a dessert? I don't see one on the list for now. Beverly bakes some pretty yummy stuff. Sweets anyone? Let me know before Friday if you can.

You said you have a full kitchen at the marina, right?
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I2F, I'm not sure if I'll be back in Florida on the 22nd.Got a boat job in Va. that I may still be at. I'll know by the weekend and commit to bringing food then. Scott
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Ralph,
I2F might be working but in the past there was dessert. Last Spring, there was a full kitchen at the marina. I know I2F will respond if his computer is not acting funky.

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Old 17-11-2009, 13:25   #81
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I2F might be working but in the past there was dessert. Last Spring, there was a full kitchen at the marina. I know I2F will respond if his computer is not acting funky.

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Thanks, I can't wait to meet all you guys! If anyone has a request, just let me know. We'll be happy to make or bring anything.

It looks like Snuggery may have the dessert covered.

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Hey John, any chance of a rough head count? I need to buy ingredients no later than Friday am.
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There is a rough count of 20. The Ham Jam is going on at the same time, so I will be e-mailing free passes to get past the gate. You will have to print them out, and show them at the gate. Beverly can bake here if she wants. There is a full kitchen in the crew lounge. Looking forward to meeting newbies, and seeing once again pastg attendants.........i2f
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Try printing this and write me if there's a problem. Mike it might be quicker for you to take this to office depot etc etc and they can print it for you?.......i2f
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Still working on that. I will let you know first thing tomorrow if I can make it out with the boyfriend. What is the address? I'm not familiar with the area.
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As you cross over the St. Johns River on the Shands Bridge, the two lane highway, Rt 16, will turn into a 4 lane road. You will travel less than 4 miles. The Reynolds Center is on the right hand side. If you cross the railroad tracks, you have missed the right turn into Reynolds. I2F correct me if I am wrong.

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Scallywag's directions are better. Here they are again. Could everyone printout the parking pass?........i2f
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It printed fine for me.
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How far are you now?................i2f
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Hope we are not tooo late, but we have come tooo far, Gord you decide Parry Sound, ont vs Millwaukee.or anyplace in Texas.We would like to join the party .we are, how do you spell it ,pshofiticated, well traveled, have a monthly pass to 30 thousand island cruiseship. We are presently close enough to savour the flavour of the Ham Jam ,we even know the combination of the Reynold park marina gate We are on thhe hard at Green Cove Springs Marina installing a rebuilt transmission.nourishment,any kind of nourishment that would get my aging body out of my engine (room) would surely get my wife Susan to dream up some culinary delights for xxx number of cruisers.

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Sorry for the late reply, Capt. been in Shands Hosp. all week so we won't be able to make it,
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