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Old 02-09-2008, 09:13 PM   #51
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Marge, when you start working your way east of California you will need to stop in Northern New Mexico. You can come to the ranch where I live 600.000 acres of wild. You can watch all the wildlife and you have a great chance of seeing a bear. I will wait on you hand and foot, Then we can go to Taos or Santa Fe so you can really experience what NM is all about and of course eat a lot of chili dishes, Oh, almost forgot we can also go to Trinidad just over the border in Colorado. I still remember you telling me about it.

JP, that sounds awesome!!
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Old 02-09-2008, 09:23 PM   #52
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JP, that sounds awesome!!
Well then come and visit. Do you like beer?
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Old 02-09-2008, 09:52 PM   #53
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Get the lead out guys. Who else at this table is going to have Marge come visit and what will she be doing with you?
No problem, jp. Buck and I would love to take Marge to Paducah to see all the beautifully restored buildings/shops in the downtown area and have lunch and/or dinner at one of the fabulous restaurants there.

We hope, while there, that she'll take tons of pictures of the beautiful murals that are painted on the floodwall.

If she visits between mid-April and mid-October, we will also take her to Columbus-Belmont State Park, which overlooks the mighty Mississippi River and is piece of Civil War history. It's one of the best places for a picnic and to sit under a nice big tree and read a book or take a nap.

If she's into water activities, then, we'll go to either Kentucky Lake or Barkley Lake. Either way, we definitely won't miss going to The Land Between the Lakes to visit the planetarium and to the area that's reserved for watching American eagles.

If she does everything we have planned for her, she'll be ready for a nap and a leisurely drive to the next DC member who will "treat" her.
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Old 02-09-2008, 10:23 PM   #54
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Well Marge, if you're going to get that close to me, maybe we can find a way for all six of us to get together for a lunch somewhere.

I have trouble getting around, but I can get from the car to the restaurant door.


PS...Do you have any objections to old ladies that still wear tie dye T-shirts?
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Old 02-09-2008, 10:26 PM   #55
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you (still) rock, connie!!!!!!!!!
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Marge - don't you be all tuckered out when you get here!
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you (still) rock, connie!!!!!!!!!
Thanks, Man. I really needed that today.
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Old 02-10-2008, 05:04 AM   #58
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Well then come and visit. Do you like beer?
May do so in the future, JP. Beer - We love it. But I have the best of both worlds, I have a local brewery 3 mins drive from where i live and an award winning wine region 20 mins drive from where I live. It is soo hard. If you go 20 mins in the other direction you can whale and dolphin watch all year round or go deep sea fishing.

Oh Marge, the places I could show you - all of you. Even where Bilby lives, WA is so diverse and beautiful.
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I would just love to visit all of you...keep the doors open..might surprise you some day....
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Several of us all close enough Marge, mosey on up, love to bake and cook with you in my kitchen
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I would have to mosey on down..I am in Northern Ca.LOL
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