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Topic: The Koffee gods smiled on PNWG once again! (4 msgs / 104 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
First thanks for a great time yesterday! We thoroughly enjoyed hosting and 
appreciated the pitching in everyone did. Great coffee and fellowshipping.
You know, it's somewhat of a minor miracle three years in a row we've have 
decent weather for the Pacific Northwest Gathering. It rained on and off 
Friday, we had a bit of wind and threatening clouds yesterday afternoon but 
the thunder, lighting and showers stayed to the east. We had a pleasant calm 
balmy evening 'til past last people leaving as mid-night approached. Then 
today was blue skies with a few wispy clouds and a perfect 80 degress. Debi 
and I commented too bad the Gathering wasn't today. Hah! This evening 
thunder, lighting and rain rolled in and did not stay to the east! It be 
raining as I type.
Ultimately the quest for Koffee Nirvana is a solitary path traveled by many. 
To know I must first not know. And in knowing know I know not. Each Personal 
enlightenment found exploring the many divergent foot steps of Those who 
have gone before.
miKe mcKoffee
URL to Rosto mods, FrankenFormer, some recipes etc:http://mdmint.home.comcast.net/coffee/Rosto_mod.htm

2) From: Michael Dhabolt
miKe
 Thoroughly enjoyed yesterday. The time and effort you guys put into the 
happening was obviously substantial, evident and appreciated. Loretta has=
 
some friends that live near you, so we've been getting real time updates on=
 
the weather that is moving past you. Sounds like your having an interesting=
 
evening. Several reports of funnel cloud sightings (none touching down 
thankfully). Really unusual weather for this area. I'm glad it's staying on=
 
your side of the mountains so far. They got golf ball sized hail in Bend ou=
t 
of the same front so I've been watching it on Intellicast and it disipated=
 
allmost entirely before it got here.
 The other probably more important immediate problem is that I am quaffing =
a 
macchiato of the last of my roasted Monkey and when I checked the recently=
 
overgrown stash - - and - - sob - - no more monkey. Looks like some furious=
 
studying of my roasting notes and Toms how-to piece on blending are in 
order.
 Thanks again for the wonderful day.
 Mike (just plain)
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3) From: Dave Nielsen
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miKe and Debi,
Thanks again for hosting the PNWG III, it was indeed a very good
meeting once again.  I've lived up here for about 23 years and I take
that kind of day when I can get them, it was beautiful.
Thanks to all that attended, some new faces and some familiar ones. 
Each one of these meets have had a different feel, none better than
the others, I don't think it would be fair to say one was better than
another.  As far as I could tell a good time was had by all!  Here's
to next year and PNWG IV, where ever it may be!
--Dave

4) From: gregcoffeeroast
Mike and Debi,
Thanks for all of your effort in hosting the PNWGIII--I had a great time. I returned from The Dalles yesterday evening after my "midnight" run there on Saturday night. My wife's grandfather is doing fine and was released from the hospital yesterday. Still no word on exactly what was wrong, but the docs are still running tests. Heart problems and stroke have been ruled out, though.
Greg
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