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Old 10-11-2012, 01:55 AM   #11
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Wow man, that's awesome! If I lived out there, I'd surely come and bring some brews. I'm always down for for some BBQ and boy does your place look like a stellar spot.
The 27th is Surly Darkness Day here in the Cities, so we're having a little celebration of our own after getting our share of Darkness.

YAY Darkness Day. If you want to setup a trade for some Vermont stouts, I can send a few your way in exchange for a bottle. Message me if you have a bottle left over!
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:43 AM   #12
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Sent you a PM man. I really like your place too, we may have to come and stay sometime. Looks like it'd be a nice getaway!

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Old 10-11-2012, 02:45 AM   #13
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I just had a brilliant idea!!!!!!!!!!!

Nordeastbrewer can pick us all up!!!!!!!!!! Yeah, that's the ticket!

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Sent you a PM man. I really like your place too, we may have to come and stay sometime. Looks like it'd be a nice getaway!
Sweet! Will respond later. Would love to share the place. It's already hitting below freezing at night. Hope you don't mind cold!
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We live in MN, cold's nothing new to us. I was thinking in the nice weather though, we like to do a lot of traveling, mostly outdoors, camping, cabins, etc. in the spring/summer. Hike, explore, enjoy a few beers around the campfire. Although.... it sounds like you have more than enough amenities to pass the cold winter days away.
We're planning a trip to Dallas this fall to see my family for Thanksgiving, but next time we're planning a family fun trip (we have two teenage boys), I may have to come out that way.
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:11 AM   #16
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That's a great offer, but way too far from Seattle. Smoked meat is the best, especially with some home brew. Have a great time, I'm definitely jealous.

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That sounds like a great time! If my car were running properly, I might go Hope you have good weather!

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feed our body parts into a wood chipper - enough.
No need for that, what do you think the pigs are feed with Wish I was closer, sounds like a good time.
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Thanks all just got apple wood in and sent my knives to the local craftsman. I'm still a few people short on hoisting and heavy lifting but it'll be a great time! Very excited.

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That's stinking tempting. Probably a 12 hr drive

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