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Old 09-01-2016, 04:00 PM   #91
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That's terrific Steve! I see that Wayfair has the same one also. Hope you got a better buy at ebay.
I got a pretty good deal I think. I ended up going directly to the manufacturer's website, and by signing up for their mail list, got a 20% off discount. It was only $150-something when all was said and done.
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:12 PM   #92
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Here's my deli kitchen. I spend way more time here than my home kitchen...
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:46 PM   #93
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Wow, Rock! Way bigger than I had imagined. What a beautiful kitchen, and clean as a whistle. I'd definitely eat at your deli if I were a few thousand miles closer. :-)
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:49 PM   #94
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When I lived in White Bear Lake, it wasn't a suburb yet, just a small town north of St. Paul. We moved to Montana on Jan 1, 1964.
My brother took me to a movie in White Bear Lake, it was the closest theatre around. I was maybe 12? The Body Snatchers... or the Invasion of... I didn't sleep for weeks. Our mother was furious with him. Had to have been '56? To this day I still won't watch scary movies! LOL.

Those stained glass pieces are beautiful. It is something I've never had but always wanted. I once saw a cover for a flourescent ceiling light with a stained glass motif. I was soooo tempted.
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:55 PM   #95
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Wow, Rock! Way bigger than I had imagined. What a beautiful kitchen, and clean as a whistle. I'd definitely eat at your deli if I were a few thousand miles closer. :-)
Thanks. It is an open concept design. We have to stay a little later every day to make sure that every last little streak, spill and splatter is cleaned up. I have another kitchen in the basement but it isn't much to look at. We do our catering down there...
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Old 09-07-2016, 08:55 PM   #96
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Egads Rock!
I'd spend more time there too if I had a kitchen like that to cook in!

I'll stop by on my way to my sisters next time I go. One lunch to go please.
Hopefully you are not far off the 417?
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Egads Rock!
I'd spend more time there too if I had a kitchen like that to cook in!

I'll stop by on my way to my sisters next time I go. One lunch to go please.
Hopefully you are not far off the 417?
We are right on the 17. Between Renfrew and Pembroke...https://www.google.ca/maps?q=cobden+...iuAdkQ_AUICCgB
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Arghh, I take the 60 after Arnprior! But maybe I will just take a little detour! LOL... Just that it is a 6 hour trip and I am finding these drives are starting to tell on me. Is there a shortcut over to Eganville without backtracking or going all the way to Pembroke?
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Arghh, I take the 60 after Arnprior! But maybe I will just take a little detour! LOL... Just that it is a 6 hour trip and I am finding these drives are starting to tell on me. Is there a shortcut over to Eganville without backtracking or going all the way to Pembroke?
We are 24 k after Renfrew, about 15 minutes from Eganville. I live in Renfrew. 15 minutes from door to door..
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Woo Hoo! I can do 15 min! So you just might find a dragon at your door!
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