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Old 07-22-2008, 09:24 PM   #1
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I know we have many HBT members in Texas and just wanted to wish any of you in the path of Hurricane Dolly my best wishes. I hope y'all come out unscathed! Stay Safe!

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Old 07-22-2008, 09:28 PM   #2
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Thanks. I hope we get remnants of Dolly up here in Austin later this week. We could use the rain.

Bring it Dolly!

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Bring it Dolly!
Just not too much. The thought of all your brew and Apfelwein leaking out on the streets
is enough to make me cry!
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Just not too much. The thought of all your brew and Apfelwein leaking out on the streets
is enough to make me cry!
My house is about 1,000 ft elevation and the brewhaus is a couple more than that. Most hurricanes are just rain storms by the time they head inland to reach Austin.

No folks on the coast, that's a different story. I hope Alamo is prepared.
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My house is about 1,000 ft elevation and the brewhaus is a couple more than that. Most hurricanes are just rain storms by the time they head inland to reach Austin.
Good deal!
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Old 07-23-2008, 02:51 PM   #6
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Bring it Dolly!
Think you could push it to Colorado?


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Thought #1. Get Out Of The Way! Texas can't blame G.Dub for a Hurricane.
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Old 07-23-2008, 02:54 PM   #7
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Isn't that what Hurricane Burners are for? Seriously though, I'll be praying for you all. Drink your beer before it gets warm!!!!

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I hope Alamo is prepared.
Yup, I'm at home....took the day off. It's raining but the wind hasn't picked up. The storm is coming more north than they thought so we should be getting MORE rain/wind than they thought before.

SWMBO is at work and I'm board.......think I might go mix up a white russian and start The Big Lebowski
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GREAT SWMBO just called and said that there are 2 tornadoes out now.....neither near our house but one is headed in this direction.

Just poured my first pint of brown ale.....

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Calm before the storm........thats what they keep saying on the news

It's stopped raining for now....the next band will be here within the hour and they're saying there will be MORE tornado warnings.....great

Dolly still hasn't made landfall

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