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Cecil, thanks so much for making me and more importantly my Dad - feel so welcome. Hats off to everyone who was there, sharing knowledge, parts and friendship. We both had an amazing day.
Thanks again - Ken
BTW-Cecil - I'm targeting August for the grand opening of 21005.....
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where are the pictures?
Wish we could have been there. See you all I hope in the fall
hope you guys had a good turnout there
Can't Get The Photo Host to Accept My Files Tonight. They are only 640x480 and ~110K
Hi Rob et al, Here are the pictures - http://photos.cubfest.com/thumbnails.php?album=1450
Thanks again to all, Ken
Ken, thanks for the pix. I keep saying someday I will get there. One of these days it will happen.
Sea salt is healthier only because it gets stuck in the holes of the shaker and you can't actually put it on your food.
Barnyard Bash CubFest May 30th - May 31st, 2014
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Too bad Tractordad head truck trouble and didn't make it. At least the rim for him from last October Stonethrow did and will be waiting for him when he gets there. Cecil and Pru are great hosts. Ed said they were not bagels that I brought but rather fit in with his doughnuts as Jewish doughnuts for they have the necessary hole in the middle.
Larry had a book about his fort in Rhode Island and his grass cutting that was beautiful and interesting.
I got home in time to take Beverly to the Masonic Charity ball Saturday evening so that worked out very well. Gill Schweiger won an award recognizing all the good works he does. Gill is the Ranger at Pouch Boy Scout Camp on Staten Island. During last Octobers Sandy he took two of the Boy Scout Boats to the flooded area at Oakwood Beach. The Fire Department and others rescued people from other areas while Gill with the help other Boy Scouts and Masons rescued 137 people that night as 20 some the next morning. The stories of waves, bouncing off trees and houses as well as grounding on the hoods of roofs of flooded cars makes for interesting tales. This was just one of the Highlights of the many community help jobs of Gill.
"Life's tough.It's even tougher if you're stupid."
- John Wayne
" We hang petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office."
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