_Sure do love the look of that new Achille, and manual press as well, how i=
mpressive and totally out of my range, you're a lucky guy Les. Have fun and=
enjoy the fun of the learning curve. It will be worth your time I'm sure a=
nd ought to last quite sometime? Has that look, real fine machine!!!!
Enjoy - Jim
Subject: RE: +Gaggia Classic has a new home
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 19:13:28 -0700
Robert Crawford has decided to give my Classic a new home. I think she wil=
l be happy there.
Thanks Robert and everyone else who responded. Almost makes me wish I had =
12 to sell ;)
At 09:46 10/17/2007, you wrote:
[ mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Les
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2007 9:36 AM
OK folks if you are looking for a well maintained espresso machine
that is in many ways better than new, get a hold of Alchemist John! Mike
you are right, I am thinking about saying "good-bye" to one of my family
members as well. It is tough. However, just like Alchemist John, I see an
Achille in my future.
On 10/17/07, Alchemist John wrote:
Oh, it's funny how hard it is, even with her sitting unuse=
But that is no way for a good espresso machine to live. Logan objects -
"it's soooooo pretty". The chrome is nice but she loves the gold.
At 07:04 10/17/2007, you wrote:
I've wondered when this would happen. Can be toug=
for a member of the family to leave the nest.