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Topic: Travelling (3 msgs / 68 lines)
1) From: Jason Brooks
Moving off of Chemex thoughts for the moment.  Roasted up some India 
Kohinoor and Brazil Poco Fundo for a mid-week trip.  My wife's 
grandfather hadn't been doing well and passed away early this morning.  
He had a full 86 years, from being aboard several glider missions in 
WWII (including the D-Day pre-game show, landing the night before in St. 
Mere-Église) to mining in the mountains of his home, West Virginia. 
So, we're off, coffee in hand, to the mountains and even more snow to 
mourn and honor his life and memory.  So, I'll be offlist for a bit.
Grace & Peace to all,
Jason
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Jason Brooks
jbrookshttp://members.kinex.net/~jbrooks/blog/blog.html-------------------------------
Hanging Out in the Heart of VA,
Roasting in a Poppery, and soon arriving BBQ roasters,
Pressing in a Bodum Chambord and Columbia, 
Vaccing in a Cory Vac Pot,
Espresso from a Magister Home, and a Krups Gusto,
Drinking good coffee with anyone that arrives!

2) From: Aaron
Jason I am so sorry to hear that you lost a relative.
If there is anything I can do to help you out, let me know.
For what comfort it's worth, know that he is in a much better place now, 
smiling down upon you.
He may be gone from your lives for the moment,  but I can guarantee that 
he will still be watching over you and your family.
Know that, as long as memories and stories about a persons life live on, 
that person never really dies.. they just moved on.
Aaron

3) From: J.W.Bullfrog
Take Care.
Sounds like an interesting life.
Jason Brooks wrote:
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-- 
There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers 
exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will 
instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more 
bizarre and inexplicable.
There is another theory which states that this has already happened.


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