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Posted on Thu, Jan 06, 2011 16:33

These blogs are on life support. C'est la Vie...



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Posted on Sat, Jan 08, 2011 14:42

Haha Bleeeeep _________ sarah :-)


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 20:40

LOL Pat. We agree on everything. For the last several nights I have dined at different eating establishments. Every place I go I run into a remnant of the old watering hole looking for a new place to hang out. There is definately a void here. Maybe I will open a restaurant. Could a restaurant that orders in for the benefit of their customers survive???

 

CG. Check your blog...



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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 19:39

Quoting Ekaterina35:

Bill, are you talking about the place you invited me to when we just met? You sent me a link, and it looked beautiful. It's not that place, that is closed now, is it?


Hi Kate. I think that was L'Auberge in Sedona that I sent you a link to. It's still there. The offer still stands. Come on out and I will take you there. I will even throw in a side trip to the Grand Canyon...



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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 17:56

Quoting billzeke:

So much for XMAS high lites. My favorite eating establishment closed after 30 plus years of operation. It was really a great place. Great views with wildlife, good food and a wonderful assortment of very diverse and interesting people dispersed into the diaspora. I ate there almost every night. I kind of feel like Moses. I just hope I won't have to wander around in the desert for 40 years looking for a new watering hole...



Bill, are you talking about the place you invited me to when we just met? You sent me a link, and it looked beautiful. It's not that place, that is closed now, is it?


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 16:08

Quoting billzeke:

So much for XMAS high lites. My favorite eating establishment closed after 30 plus years of operation. It was really a great place. Great views with wildlife, good food and a wonderful assortment of very diverse and interesting people dispersed into the diaspora. I ate there almost every night. I kind of feel like Moses. I just hope I won't have to wander around in the desert for 40 years looking for a new watering hole...



Don't you just hate when that happens? LOL Look at this way: Now you'll have to treat yourself to new mini-adventures of searching for a new eatery. You never know what--or who--you'll run into in the process. Good luck, Moses. LOL


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 16:03

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He is not a bad shot either. He sure looks comfortable in the midst of what was happening...

 

 



Practice, practice, practice, Bill. Lucky for both of you you picked one of the less expensive calibers. LOL


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 16:00

Quoting billzeke:

I will do my best Pat. The Jaimster did have a RITE OF PASSAGE of sorts. We took him to the rifle range and taught him to fire a 22 calliber Ruger. He was so excited. The instructor was hand picked, a good friend of mine and an retired USAF Lt. Colonel and fighter pilot who really knows his way around weapons; Particularly how to instill the importance of safety in a young man.






This is wonderful, Bill. Especially the safety education being first-rate. Now we have one more youngster growing up knowing gun responsibility. And, I hope, one more budding adult who will understand that paranoid fear of guns is just plain stupid. Congratulations to the Jaimster.


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 06:40

So much for XMAS high lites. My favorite eating establishment closed after 30 plus years of operation. It was really a great place. Great views with wildlife, good food and a wonderful assortment of very diverse and interesting people dispersed into the diaspora. I ate there almost every night. I kind of feel like Moses. I just hope I won't have to wander around in the desert for 40 years looking for a new watering hole...


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 06:30

He is not a bad shot either. He sure looks comfortable in the midst of what was happening...

 

 


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Posted on Fri, Jan 07, 2011 06:25

I will do my best Pat. The Jaimster did have a RITE OF PASSAGE of sorts. We took him to the rifle range and taught him to fire a 22 calliber Ruger. He was so excited. The instructor was hand picked, a good friend of mine and an retired USAF Lt. Colonel and fighter pilot who really knows his way around weapons; Particularly how to instill the importance of safety in a young man.





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Posted on Thu, Jan 06, 2011 21:42

Don't unplug them yet, we have to wait for brain death first......LMAO!



"The best way to predict the future....Is to create it."

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Posted on Thu, Jan 06, 2011 20:27

Quoting billzeke:

These blogs are on life support. C'est la Vie...



C'est la vie indeed. But, since I have nothing original to contribute because all that's been on my mind lately would bore the heck out of almost everyone, I can't complain. What I can do, though, Bill, is ask YOU how your post-Christmas vacation with the Jaimster was. And where are the pictures? You two always have such wonderful adventures. Could you and the Jaimster liven up our dreary blogs?


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Posted on Thu, Jan 06, 2011 17:30

MM just can't compete with sites that have more capabilities, like FB, etc. The lack of links, in particular, really limits what you can do on here. I think it is a bad decision.


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