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Topic: A Summer 2005 "Gathering" (19 msgs / 501 lines)
1) From: gin
Hi All:
It is about time to think "West Coast Summer Gathering". My dear friend Michael, a list member and great cook, and I are interested in hosting the West Coast Summer Gathering in San Luis Obispo, CA sometine this summer
when it would be easy for as many as possible who were interested to have some fun.
It would be at my home in Arroyo Grande, CA (I always say San Luis Obispo because it is an easy spot to see on the map), I am 12 miles south of San Luis proper, 4 miles from the beach, lots of on site parking and creeksite camping,
lots of space to roast, relax, eat, and talk. We are 3 1/2 hours from San Francisco, 2 1/2 hours from Los Angeles on what is considered the Central Coast of California. 
I have plenty of room inside to sleep for those not wanting to camp but the floor and sleeping bags may need to come out. We can even pretend it is cold and sleep in front of the fireplace and have a old folks PJ Party.
Any thoughts, is anyone interested please let us know. You can get me off list at:
thebeanbabe
macdva
I bet we could, if planned for their time frame, get Maria and Tom to come since it is really close for them.
ginny and micheal

2) From: gin
Tom:
Thanks so much for the heads up so early in our talks.
You and Maria can of course have the bedroom with the bed in it!!
ginny

3) From: gin
kids are great I have a cage...
all kidding aside, kids are fine we will simply send them to find stuff down the creek, with a parnet or dog or someone to supervise.
ginny
any thoughts on dates?

4) From: gin
Jared, Dear One,
we may have those on site.
For sure we will have a La Valentina, a Francis Francis X5, a Giatto PID , a MM, a 169 Zass and lots of coffee to roast and take away home...
ginny

5) From: gin
You and Mickie best have your booties here.
ginny
I hide the cream and sugar too...

6) From: Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee
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You are correct Gin! SLO area would be great. Personally I have no 
big excursions in the summer until the Brazil crop is ready in 
October. Possibly Colombia in August.
Tom
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7) From: Brett Mason
Sounds Great!
With my 7 kids, we might have to juggle it to fit with the summer
schedule, but we'll see what we can pull off!  Maybe Debbie & I will
come w/o the kids....
Brett
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 12:49:33 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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Regards,
Brett Mason
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8) From: Tom Ulmer
Ok Brett- I give. Are the kids "yours, mine, and ours" or did you just need
more help around the farm?

9) From: Jared Andersson
Sound wonderful Gin.  I am still kicking myself for not going last
time.  I was a bit shy about being new on the list then.  Not this
time.  If I can come up with the time and cash it will happen.  Now
the only decision is if I check my isomac and MM with my luggage or if
I try to get them on the plane with me.  Jared
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 12:49:33 -0800 (GMT-08:00), gin
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10) From: Brett Mason
Hi Tom,
Well, I've been married to Debbie for 24 years now...  We have
Jonathan 20, Joshua 18, Joel 14, Josiah 12, Joseph 10, Joash 8 and
Jonas 7.
No farm; TV works; Weren't trolling for girls; We do know how it happens....
Let me ask you - what part of marriage do you really like?
I never found a channel I liked better...
Brett
P.S. You can choose COFFEE as an appropriate substitute - the coffee
is awfully good...
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 16:35:49 -0500, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
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11) From: Jerry Procopio
Ginny,
Old folks PJ party!  This is too good to miss.  At great risk of list 
members finding out that I use Half&Half and sugar, Mickie and I will do 
our best to be there. 
*kiss kiss*
Jerry
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12) From: Bob Baker
Great Jerry you can make some brevas!
Bob
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13) From: Pecan Jim Gundlach
I would not want people to plan around the possibility that I could 
make it but Carol and I are trying to plan for a fifteen to twenty day 
vacation that has to start after June 28 and end before August 15.  We 
hope to hook the pop-up camper onto the pickup, depart La Place, 
Alabama  and make it to Alaska and back.  We have no definite plans as 
to routes but my guess is that we would go one way and come back 
another so that we make a stop in Oklahoma City (I40) one way and 
Vermillion, South Dakota (I90) the other when we went through the 
middle of the country.  Anyway, I will be watching what you come up 
with and as we work on plans we will see if it can work out.
       Jim Gundlach
On Jan 31, 2005, at 2:23 PM, gin wrote:
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14) From: Johnny Kent
How tempting is that? and not to far up from Sun Diego either...hmmmm....maybe
At 12:23 PM 1/31/2005 -0800, you wrote:
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Michael, a list member and great cook, and I are interested in hosting the
West Coast Summer Gathering in San Luis Obispo, CA sometine this summer
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some fun.
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because it is an easy spot to see on the map), I am 12 miles south of San
Luis proper, 4 miles from the beach, lots of on site parking and creeksite
camping,
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Francisco, 2 1/2 hours from Los Angeles on what is considered the Central
Coast of California. 
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the floor and sleeping bags may need to come out. We can even pretend it is
cold and sleep in front of the fireplace and have a old folks PJ Party.
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list at:
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since it is really close for them.
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15) From: Thom Underwood
Lynn and I would love to come up from San Diego for a gathering.
Probably bring our cycles as well (Lynn always rides the Solvang century in
the spring so we are familiar with the area).
Let's get some dates going.
Regards - Thom

16) From: Tom Ulmer
Congratulations on the 24 years. 
I was just curious. I do like children - sometimes anyway. Mine are 25, 20,
and 19.
I too enjoy great coffee. However, if I had enjoyed coffee that much with
any of the three women I've been married to, I am quite sure that my beans
would surely have been crushed - unevenly with no regard for the brewing
process.

17) From: Brett Mason
Ouch...
My wife loves the coffee too - protects the beans!
Brett
On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 10:12:18 -0500, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
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   _(( )_  Please don't spill the coffee!

18) From: Oaxaca Charlie
--- Pecan Jim Gundlach  wrote:
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 Cool. You all can swing by my house on your way to or from 
Alaska. I'm just off one of the highways that's convenient to
use for that journey.
  Charlie
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19) From: Bob Baker
Jim,
That's about 8000 miles RT...just to Juneau going the shortest way.
You need at least a month.....better 6 weeks
Fly up to Seattle and rent a camper.
Bob
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