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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (birddog20002001 @ Apr 8 2004, 02:52 PM)
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Even 90F (32C) feels good there because there's very little humidity.



Don't tell me your one of those people. You know the ones "it's not the heat it's the humidity." BS I was in Arizona last year it was 110 and it was the heat. My nose was burning just like walking into a saunna and breathing deep. It hurt. By the way I don't like the humidity any better. I like a nice high of say 75-80 with a cool breeze.

Look here, bub. One of "those people" indeed!

90 F does feel good. Once it gets to 100F then, yeah, it's just plain hot. 90F in Michigan is unbearable for me.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 03:13 PM
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QUOTE (Annabelle @ Apr 8 2004, 02:48 PM)
If you are going to the Ihop I want to put my order in now. But wouldn't it be better to camp out and cook this over an open stove outside and go and sneak up each other and tickle their feet while they are asleep... then we can jump back over to the stove and act like we don't know a thing...
I'll help with breakfast as long as no one expects its til 8:30 ok? I'm not a morning person but I'll get up early to tickle toes!

Ok, it's a deal. Seriously I do enjoy cooking over an open fire. There's nothing else that makes food taste better.

Watch all you folks with ticklish feet! Annabelle and I will be packin' feathers!
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  Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 03:19 PM
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Let's have it here in Chicago. It is centrally located, accessible by car, bus, rail and air (two airports, and if the state legislature ever gets moving, possibly a third by 2008). Plenty of places to go and things to do at all times of the year. I would definitely recommend it not be held in the summer (if it were legal and I had a six pack instead of a keg, I'd go around in the nude in the summertime), as it has been known to get up to 95 with 100% humidity. Late spring or early fall would be best.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 03:32 PM
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Chicago is pretty cool. There is plenty to do and see. And, I agree, summer would be miserable.

I tell ya where else would be great. Traverse City, Michigan. Beautiful area. It's perched on the Grand Traverse Bay, off Lake Michigan. On a clear July day it is a sight to behod. Rivals anything I saw in Alaska or Colorado. It might get hot, but we can alway cool off in the bay.
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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 04:18 PM
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QUOTE (tsargent62 @ Apr 8 2004, 11:48 AM)
Where's home that it would be such a huge trip?  Ottawa maybe?

Nope. Even farther. I'm from New Scotland. (psst, check the avatar wink.gif )

And that was five days driving west on the Trans Canada. Add a little south in there and we're talking a long haul.




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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 04:22 PM
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How about trying an airplane? It can get you anywhere! Lots of time you can get flights cheaper than if you drove... please consider it with time and start your account just for this.


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Or maybe we should have it in Aruba so we can all go to the beach, strip down and wear thongs and eat Lobster!
Oh my, that would be a scarry sight ! Richard in a Thong Bathing suit!
Elspeth and 3 R would look good but Richard?
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Colorado Springs would be a blast!! Pour another margurita! martini.gif


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We can party at my cabin! That's the ticket.......then it's not a long haul for me wink.gif

I love the idea of Aruba too. OOOOOO Can't you just picture and old fat gramma lady in a thong? Sexy! lol.gif
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Chicago would be good as that's where Maisky lives too! wine.gif
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I'm all for Michigan, tsargent. That's only a couple days away from either place. And you people and your fear of humidity. I LOVE it. A bit of sweating beats dry flakey skin, scalp, and dead hair any day.

Annabelle, I'd fly, but once you add one or two children to that plan, things get really pricey, really quick. Besides, I love driving more than anything. If I can reach it by land, I will.

And what's all this talk about Mexican? I thought this was a Celtic Radio gathering. sly.gif
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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 05:31 PM
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And what's all this talk about Mexican? I thought this was a Celtic Radio gathering.


No one has offered the most obvious places the old countries.

Or perhaps Waynesville NC my home a lovely place year round especially in the Fall, humidity is low, and the weather is rarely above 80 deg. F. in the summer. You can all stay at my house, but it's BYOB.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 05:50 PM
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Birddog you and I are going to be neighbors one day! We are going to build a house up in Jeffereson, NC. I agree now that's the place to have this get together but location is too difficult for everyone...but it looks like Scotland or Ireland up there....but not centrally located for everyone.
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I had to look it up on the map but I have been all around Jefferson surveying in Linville Gorge, Blowing Rock, Boone, and a few other places. That is some steep land.
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Just a suggestion. Alexandria Bay, N.Y. (aka: The Thousand Islands), right on the Canadian border, serviced by 3 airports, Toronto, Canada, Syracuse and Watertown, N.Y. Major highway leads right to it, Interstate 81. Plenty of hotels, motels and camping and the scenery takes a backseat to nothing.

http://www.alexbay.org/

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