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Topic: Hidden stashes (9 msgs / 223 lines)
1) From: Barry Luterman
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Actually getting older has it's advantages. I get to hide my own Easter =
Eggs. Case in point. Last week I was rummaging around in the hidden =
picnic basket and I found 2 of my favorite Brazils which I thought I had =
long ago finished and had all ready mourned their passing. So this week =
I am enjoying 5 pounds of Santa Helena and 3 lbs of #145. Who says old =
age is depressing.

2) From: Ed Needham
I read that St. Helena and thought to myself..."How can you 'lose' five 
pounds of that stuff?"
Santa Helena...yes, a Brazil, not an Atlantic Island coffee.
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3) From: Walter R. Basil
Surprises are great aren't they? Especially when it's one of your  
favs, or a limited amount that was available in the first place.
I was just looking through my stash this morning and found some Kona  
Purple Mountain... waaaay in the back of the cubbard.  I'll be saving  
that for Christmas. I'm saving some Australian Mountain Top for  
Thanksgiving.
As a side note... apparently cubbard isn't a word anymore. Not in my  
computer's dictionary which explains the red underlining. Not in my  
Webster's College Dictionary. When did this word fall off the face of  
the earth? You know, as in Old mother hubbard went to the cubbard.
-Walt
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4) From: Vicki Smith
In my world, Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard.
vicki
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5) From: Brett Mason
I thought she went to the cupboard.....
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6) From: Brett Mason
If she wanted great coffee, she wouldve gone to Walters Cubbard though...
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7) From: miKe mcKoffee
It's there, but not spelled cubbard.http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/cupboard:-)
miKe
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8) From: Walter R. Basil
Thanks Vicki!!
I guess all this coffee is dumbing me down...
-Walt
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Yeah, but not 'til the cows came home...
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Yeah, but not 'til the cows came home...
On Oct 8, 2006, at 1:58 PM, Brett Mason wrote:
If she wanted great coffee, she wouldve gone to Walters
Cubbard though...
On 10/8/06, Walter R. Basil
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wrote:Surprises are great aren't they? Especially when it's one of your
favs, or a limited amount that was available in the first
place. 
I was just looking through my stash this morning and found some Kona
Purple Mountain... waaaay in the back of the cubbard.  I'll be =
saving
that for Christmas. I'm saving some Australian Mountain Top for
Thanksgiving.
As a side note... apparently cubbard isn't a word anymore. Not in my
computer's dictionary which explains the red underlining. Not in my
Webster's College Dictionary. When did this word fall off the face of
 the earth? You know, as in Old mother hubbard went to the cubbard.
-Walt
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