WOW - very interesting photos and comments. Dave Westerville OHIO (no coffee trees here -but the local football team-THE Ohio State University- is named after a poison nut!) On 9/18/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip>
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. I will repeate myself... I AM SO Jelious!!!!!!!!!! can I make a suggestion maybe put up a few beans in a "tradition" raffle for us non-"professional" cuppers
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. MessageWill be a problem with the Dept of Agriculture. No permit and = beans are not roasted.
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. they would make great pillow stuffing for the raffeled off pillow in a tradition......
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. Give me a call if you get over to Oahu
I think you can send all the beans 'out' of the islands that you want. It's those coming in that are restricted. A few beans for the raffle would mean hours of very hard work though as they are doing it now! With all that sweat equity, I'd be stingy and keep it for myself and my lucky 'local' friends that drop by. The pics look like 'heaven'. Beautiful. ********************* Ed Needham "to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com*********************
--Apple-Mail-5--744604087 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset -ASCII; delsp=yes; format=flowed Chris, Thanks for the tour. What an adventure. pecan jim On Sep 18, 2007, at 3:35 PM, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip> --Apple-Mail-5--744604087 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Type: text/html; charset O-8859-1 Chris, Thanks for = the tour. What an adventure. pecan = jim On Sep 18, 2007, at 3:35 PM, Chris Hardenbrook = wrote:
Great pics. Any way to identify the cultivar(s)? Some of the processed beans sure look long. Josh On 9/18/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip>
What great pictures, Chris. Thanks for sharing. I gotta go back! On 9/18/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip> -- Larry J
Wow! I see you found coffee, bananas and a wild wahine back there. What a great backyard! --MikeW On 9/18/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip> -- "Everything is in a state of flux, including the status quo." -- Robert Byrne
Chris, Great pictures and I loved the commentary. I would love to ha= ve a few coffee trees like that. Well I guess I better try growing the see= ds that my wife brought back from Hawaii last summer. Jim "Ice Bucket= Roaster" De Hoog ----- Original Message ---- From: Chris Hardenbro= ok To: Home Roast Cc: Leslie Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 3:35:01 P= M Subject: +Hilo slide show url To make it easier, try this link. Ma= ybe you won't have to sign-up of surrender your email address to Snapfish.= Cheers, Chris in Hilo= __
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. My backyard has a Tutuwahine and she's wild too
Thanks SO much for the pictures, Chris. Wow - so interesting - beautiful - and I, too, am so jealous! For those who are sick of giving out info to sites (like Snapfish) - try Fake Name Generator:http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/Works for me.. Lynne
Chris, nice pictures. Will be vacationing on the Big Island next month. I might have an extra day to help pick the crop :) Bob On 9/19/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip>
Extra aloha is dispensed to anyone willing to help pick! Let me know when you'll be in Hilo; home 756-9092 and cell 285-0541 (both 808). Cheers, Chris At 07:23 AM 9/20/2007, you wrote: <Snip>
Ah, what an experience that would be... alas, this is not a possibility for me anytime soon, but I (along with SO many other people) want to see & hear all! Lynne On 9/22/07, Chris Hardenbrook wrote: <Snip> -- There is nothing more powerful than the Spirit of a Woman who has lost everything and then learned to reclaim it all.