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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    well the 4person teams start at 1:00pm on saturday (that's when i'll be there) and they start at 9:00 am on sunday (ill be there then too)
    Saturday is a definite possibility...

    I'll email you tomorrow if things seem like they're shaping up...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    and just what is that supposed to mean?????

    the wife says thanks for the luck, but not too much luck, because she doesnt want to be stuck there all day sunday... we got some caches to find over there.
    Oh my . . . I suppose this could have been taken the wrong way. What I meant was that being the fact that it is a college there's a pretty good chance that there may be some wacky tobaccy being smoked up there as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    Oh my . . . I suppose this could have been taken the wrong way. What I meant was that being the fact that it is a college there's a pretty good chance that there may be some wacky tobaccy being smoked up there as well.
    I can't believe you would make assumptions like that, you live up in unity, so you of all people should not be assuming that. How could you not know that kinda stuff goes on up there, don't you see the cloud that hovers around that place???

    (Disclaimer: you started it not me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Saturday is a definite possibility...

    I'll email you tomorrow if things seem like they're shaping up...

    well ya better start shaping up... I've been preparing all week, for this, i started out with 12oz curls, now im up to 16, I think i might be placing a temporary cache down at the Rockland Waterworks (which is a very nice little brew house)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    well ya better start shaping up... I've been preparing all week, for this, i started out with 12oz curls, now im up to 16, I think i might be placing a temporary cache down at the Rockland Waterworks (which is a very nice little brew house)
    Well, thinks don't look good. We're having flooring put down in the house next week, and we're not ready. So I'll probably be moving furniture tomorrow.

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    geeeze, one of the biggest reasons to drink of the winter and you're skippin out on it... well... more beer for me then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    geeeze, one of the biggest reasons to drink of the winter and you're skippin out on it... well... more beer for me then
    What? You need a REASON to drink beer? Sheesh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    What? You need a REASON to drink beer? Sheesh!
    No, but it helps. (especially when you have family like mine that thinks youre an alcholic because you have beer in your fridge)

    by the way... tomorrows menu includes, but is not limited to....

    Bar Harbor Real Ale
    Belfast Bay Lobster Ale
    Allagash White

    yummy yummy beer in my tummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357

    by the way... tomorrows menu includes, but is not limited to....

    Bar Harbor Real Ale
    Belfast Bay Lobster Ale
    Allagash White
    I just finished a couple of Magic Hat Brewery's #9's. Not bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    I just finished a couple of Magic Hat Brewery's #9's. Not bad!
    I just tried an allagash white... very yeasty, like drinking bread, but its good almost like hefenweizen, and i just opened up a Bar Harbor Real Ale, its dark like coffee and tasty like a light guinness. i'll give it a 6
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