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Old 28-06-2014, 05:02   #31
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Please don't be shy about the Jamon! Hoping you all have a great time! Cheers. (Sound of Delancey drooling in background)
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Since I can't make, please don't be shy about the food! Please consume lots of delicious Jamon on my behalf. Hoping you all have a great time! Cheers.
As I am leaving for a while........ had this shipped from Spain for my sister and family to enjoy in my absence.......

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Oh god I am so jealous.

They actually started importing FDA certified to the states a couple years ago and there are a couple places in the city you can to buy Jamon Iberico, but we're talking $150-$180 per pound which is totally messed up! Usually we slum it with the Serano for twenty.

Best I ever had was some Jamon de Trevelez when we were in Granada. Oh dear, I feel faint.....

What's that sound Homer Simpson makes? That's me right now thinking about it.
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Oh god I am so jealous.

They actually started importing FDA certified to the states a couple years ago and there are a couple places in the city you can to buy Jamon Iberico, but we're talking $150-$180 per pound which is totally messed up! Usually we slum it with the Serano for twenty.

Best I ever had was some Jamon de Trevelez when we were in Granada. Oh dear, I feel faint.....

What's that sound Homer Simpson makes? That's me right now thinking about it.
This is foreleg at under $90 delivered.

Sent you PM with the website.......
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This is starting to look more like a lunch than a few drinks & that suits me just fine. Kenomac, if you are coming by bus what times would work?
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Just finished anchoring just outside of Andraitx, Mallorca. Anyone nearby? Will be in Palma Monday.

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This is starting to look more like a lunch than a few drinks & that suits me just fine. Kenomac, if you are coming by bus what times would work?
Anytime is fine, we'll be coming from Punta Negra, so we'll be on the bus closest to whatever time is chosen.

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Just finished anchoring just outside of Andraitx, Mallorca. Anyone nearby? Will be in Palma Monday.

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You must be deep, near the head of the harbor, unless something has changed. We're close, but not dinghy close. We're on the hook in Santa Ponsa. We were thinking of circumnavigating Dragonera tomorrow & then back here for the night. Then back to home port in Palma Monday.
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I dont do pics except from behind the camera..... but will send proof..
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Ok. 4:00 am start for me. Went and did some last minute work on #3 nephews boat so he can get it in the water today.

Back home to finish packing, get the clinic records up to date for other practitioners, do this, do that, normal routine, and then take a mid day nap and then head for the airport later today.

Busy as hell on all Monday and Tuesday morning, then clear Tuesday pm or Wednesday pm depending on others time schedule.... be nice to have a break before flying off from Palma to Zaragoza to give a 3 day seminar. I probably will fly back into Palma from the 9th on for a couple of weeks. We will see.

Anyone is more than welcome to join in Lunch/tapas/coffee/wine with us for a couple of hours in central Palma...its just a get together of people with a common interest in boating.

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Welcome to the anchorage Kenomac. That's a fine looking yacht. Was it lumpy out there this morning?
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Thanks. Too lumpy, we left at 9am for Santa Ponsa where things were much more calm.

Wednesday looks better for us regarding the lunch date, but Tuesday can work if it's best for others.

I'm anchored in Santa Ponsa near the warning marker surrounded by Jeanneaus, are you nearby? Is it easy to catch the bus into Palma from Santa Ponsa?

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