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Topic: Sometimes, Being Sick Isn't All Bad (6 msgs / 174 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
Thanks for sharing your adventure. When you're feeling better if/when you
return maybe a pic or two would be cool.
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2) From: John and Emma
Get well soon Eddie. Being new to this hobby I don't even know if I'd
recognize the roaster you described.
As a realtor I'm now noticing that when I show houses to clients or doing a
walk through for a listing I'm looking at things about the house that are
conducive to home roasting. In our area there are homes with spice kitchens.
These are a separate smaller kitchen off the main kitchen and they have a
door. It is used as the name mentions for cooking spicy food, preventing the
aromas from lingering through the whole house. Now when I see them I think
it is a perfect spot for homeroasting. I'm also looking to see if I
recognize a roaster someone may have in their pantry or garage. It's funny
how our hobby and passion controls our thoughts.
I look forward to the day I get to meet you all.
John H.

3) From: Dave Huddle
Get well Eddie
John  -
A non-roasting realtor whould probably wonder about our renovated 1st
floor kitchen & laundry room.
We took part of the kitchen area and enclosed it as a laundry room
with a good vent hood over a counter top area - right next to the
stacked washer & dryer.   So that's where my Behmor sits now.    I was
real tired of roasting in the garage in the dead of winter or in the
heat of summer.
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4) From: Eddie Dove
Thank you to everyone for the well wishes!  It is sincerely appreciated!
As requested, a bunch of photos are now in the Sweet Maria's Gallery:http://www.sweetmariascoffee.com/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId043I had no idea what I was doing, so if I did something wrong, I apologize.
Eddie
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5) From: John Grubbs
Great photos, Eddie. I particularly like the antique copper(?) fire
extinguisher sitting nearby. Compliments the age of the roaster.
John
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6) From: John and Emma
That is one beautiful piece of machinery. Thanks for sharing with us.
All the best.
John H.


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