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1) From: susan oppenheim
Could we do a count here of countries that people live in who post here?
Mauritius,Israel ,Mexico and today Australia.
I am in Canada and most of you in the US .
It's fascinating to me how Tom and Maria's sites have brought this
global chat into coffee roaster's lives.
Susan Oppenheim
Toronto

2) From: John Abbott
TEXAS!!

3) From: espresso gin
California, Oregon and next week Hawaii...

4) From: John Kuta
Sebastopol, CA,  US
On Thursday, April 10, 2003, at 07:29 AM, John Abbott wrote:
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5) From: Marc Joseph
Since everyione else is giving cities and stated, Cleveland, OH.
susan oppenheim wrote:
<Snip>

6) From: Bob Trancho
Port Jefferson, NY & Manchester Center, VT (I commute!)
Bob Trancho
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7) From: Bruce Harlick
San Jose, CA
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Bruce Harlick
Freelance writer, editor, game designerhttp://www.newblackboard.comICQ #4166560

8) From: Lowe, David
Maple Valley, Washington (near Seattle)
Dave Lowe

9) From: Photogal1966
Lincolnton, NC
(near Charlotte)
Andrea
www.styxchatlive.com

10) From: Phil Jordan
Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom 
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11) From: Gary Lyons
Baltimore, MD
In America, anyone can become president.  That's one of the risks
you take.
                   --Adlai Stevenson (1900-1965)
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12) From: John F Coffey
Blaine, WA  -- Almost in Canada..
<Snip>
-- 
John Coffey			email: john
Network Access Services, Inc.	voice: (360) 733-9279
P.O. Box 1948			fax:   (360) 676-0345
Bellingham, WA  98227		WWW:  http://www.nas.com/

13) From: Cedrick Stanton
Colma, CA
<Snip>

14) From: Henry C. Davis
well, Texas and California *were* countries at one time....  :-)
we seem to be getting into city/state for those in the US so,
Georgetown, Delaware, USA

15) From: Lee XOC
< On Behalf Of Henry C. Davis
< Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 9:27 AM
<
< well, Texas and California *were* countries at one time....  :-)
<
< we seem to be getting into city/state for those in the US so,
<
< Georgetown, Delaware, USA
I'm not going to say where I'm from.  I try to keep that a
closely-guarded secret.  ;)
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Lee / San Diego
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16) From: Marty Wooten
Muncie, Indiana - USA
Marty Wooten
Scheduler
mwooten
phone 765-741-3130 fax 765-741-3135
1403 S. Liberty St.
Muncie, In 47305

17) From: Dave Huddle
Westerville, Ohio
Dave Huddle
just  25 minutes from the ORIGINAL location of SweetMaria's  :)
about 41 hours   from the present  location of SweetMaria's  :(

18) From: miKe mcKoffee
From: "susan oppenheim" 
<Snip>
live in Vancouver, WA USA
work mostly in and around Portland, OR USA
born in Garberville, CA USA
BTW, is anyone keeping track? Might be interesting to post somewhere
later... (like the a.c where from site)
MM;-)
FrankenFormer Rosto Roastin' - Royally Balance Brewin'
Rocky grindin' - Miss Silvia brewin' too!
PNW HomeRoast List Gathering Info' URLhttp://home.attbi.com/~mdmint/coffee/pnwhrg.htm

19) From: espresso gin
ok,
Powell Butte, Oregon
and 
San Luis Obispo, California

20) From: John Abbott
Henry,  My whole point in the original post.  TEXAS is a whole different
country!!  And where I live its pronounced Tejas (tee haas) and we're much
like the original Mexican province - full of fun, sun and a lot of great
folks!

21) From: Owen Davies
Too conscious of my own ignorance to post much, but Port Saint Lucie, FL.
Owen Davies,
wannabe extraordinaire

22) From: Matthew A. Hodges
Cambridge, MA, USA
--- susan oppenheim  wrote:
<Snip>
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23) From: Tonya Connell
Austin, TX

24) From: Lee XOC
< On Behalf Of Marty Wooten
< Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 9:45 AM
<
< Muncie, Indiana - USA
All right!  Former insulator capital of the world! :)
 ... uh, and uh, there's nothing like a hot cup of COFFEE when
mentioning insulators.  ;)
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Lee / San Diego
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25) From: Dave McCracken
<Snip>
Ditto.

26) From: hlhurd
I'm in Farmington Hills, Michigan, near Detroit.
Some of the list members are on the home roaster world map created by
the gentleman from the UK.  try the link below
Hollyhttp://www.danny.mcnulty.btinternet.co.uk/map.html

27) From: Mike Gallant
San Jose, CA
-mike
--
Mike Gallant
pischke

28) From: Steve McKinney
Well, it isn't a country, but Portland, OR (Cascadia?).

29) From: Joseph A. Feliciani
Huntington Beach, CA

30) From: tadpreston
Make that two homeraosters from the Great Country (State) of 
Tejas!! 
Tad -- The Colony, near Dallas.
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31) From: DanWhite
me too
Dave McCracken wrote:
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32) From: Marty Wooten
I am surprised to see that anyone remembers that era for Muncie - it seems
like such a long time ago.
Marty Wooten
Scheduler
mwooten
phone 765-741-3130 fax 765-741-3135
1403 S. Liberty St.
Muncie, In 47305

33) From: Kathleen Tinkel
Milford, Connecticut (near New Haven, one big hour from NYC)
<Snip>

34) From: Paul Jolly
Santa Rosa, CA
Paul Jolly
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35) From: Myron Joshua
Kibbutz Kfar Etzion, Israel:
It ain't a city-it is (still) a commune of sorts. In the area of Jerusalem
and Bethlehem.
You're all invited for a cuppa when in the neighborhood.-best, myron

36) From: Leslie Smith
Ann Arbor, Michigan
   - Leslie Smith

37) From: Marius Johnston
Amador County, CA
Marius Johnston
John Kuta wrote:
<Snip>

38) From: Lee XOC
< On Behalf Of Marty Wooten
< Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 12:25 PM
<
< I am surprised to see that anyone remembers that era for
< Muncie - it seems
< like such a long time ago.
Too young to remember, but I'm a collector of antique insulators ... as
well as coffee beans!
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Lee / San Diego
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39) From: javafool
Clearwater,  FL
TerryF

40) From: R.N.Kyle
Anderson, South Carolina
Ron 
rnkyle

41) From: John Abbott
Myron, I'm betting I'm not the only one who would truly love to accept this
invitation.  However, Kibbutz infers I'm going to have to do some work :O)
I'd still love to come - by now you've mastered your roaster and must be
cranking out some great brew - even if your son-in-law is still learning :O)
John

42) From: Bruce Harlick
Myron,
It's a nice offer; I haven't been in Israel since I spent some time on
Kibbutz Gazit twenty-odd years ago. I'd love to go back and visit. If I do,
I'll make sure to look you up!
Bruce
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Bruce Harlick
Freelance writer, editor, game designerhttp://www.newblackboard.comICQ #4166560

43) From: NOEL HONG
Bayview Township, Bayfield County,WI. The county without a  stoplight but 
there are two espresso bars.
Noel V. Hong
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44) From: Zara Haimo
<Snip>
I thought everyone there was 6 feet under and no longer in need of caffeine
;-)!
Zara (in Palo Alto, CA)

45) From: Jack Berry
Houston

46) From: Dane Latham
Sydney Australia
Regards,
Dane Latham
susan oppenheim wrote:
<Snip>
-- 
Dane Latham
MYOO
PH:0418987978

47) From: Scott Jensen
Broken Arrow,  OK
Heading to Washington D.C. to see Jordan this weekend!  Hope to find a good
coffee shop while I'm there too.
Scott Jensen

48) From: Gary White
Newport News, VA USA
Gary White

49) From: Ed Needham
New Albany, Indiana
Just across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky
Ed Needham
To Absurdity and Beyond!http://www.homeroaster.comed
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50) From: Peter Barnes
Norwich, VT (home) and Madison, NJ (school)

51) From: paul
Sydney, Australia
Paul Haddon

52) From: Les & Becky
Roseburg, Oregon  known for the most temperate climate in Oregon.  People
grow Palm trees in their yards!
Les

53) From: Terry Stockdale
Formerly "Texas, it's a whole 'nother country" (as one of their tourism 
slogans goes).  Now, Louisiana, USA.
At 09:29 AM 4/10/2003 -0500, John Abbot wrote:
<Snip>
  Terry Stockdale --http://www.dadstoy.net--  Baton Rouge, LA
6.5 billion kilograms of coffee are grown each year -- but, I'm picky!
          Monkey + HIP + Rocky + Silvia = Espresso

54) From: Terry Stockdale
41 hours from Sweet Maria's, Dave?  The real measure is the UPS delivery 
time.  Mine is 8 days now, versus the old 3 days.
At 12:48 PM 4/10/2003 -0400, you wrote:
<Snip>
  Terry Stockdale --http://www.dadstoy.net--  Baton Rouge, LA
6.5 billion kilograms of coffee are grown each year -- but, I'm picky!
          Monkey + HIP + Rocky + Silvia = Espresso

55) From: Tom
Sandy, Oregon

56) From: Dane Latham
Arghhh 8 Days. Its only 41 hours drive.. Why use UPS when you can drive
there & back yourself in less time, and have a great chat when you get
there :o)
I reckon i could get delivery to Australia In under 8 days!
Regards,
Dane Latham
Terry Stockdale wrote:
<Snip>
-- 
Dane Latham
MYOO
PH:0418987978

57) From: Benjamin L. Alpers
Norman, OK (FWIW, Oklahoma is the Belgium of Texas)
-- Ben Alpers

58) From: Steven Van Dyke
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Enjoy!
Steve :->
http://www.svandyke.com<- my simple home page
http://www.cafeshops.com/stevespics<- my little store of Impressionist &
Special Events Photography stuff)

59) From: Michael Guterman
Michael Guterman, West Haven, CT.  Right near Yale.

60) From: Frank Payne
Rochester, New York
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61) From: Greg Halbrook
Plymouth, Michigan

62) From: tk
Dallas, Tx via clemson - SC and Hamden Ct
terry kroll
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63) From: AlChemist John
The hills of Yoncalla, Oregon, USA.
--
John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalt

64) From: Lissa
Hazel Park, MI (walking distance of Detroit)
-- 
To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we
are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic
and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
Theodore Roosevelt

65) From: Angelo
Manhattan- the one in NY
Angelo

66) From: Philip S. Hudson
I'm another roaster from the "Republic of Texas"...the
state that is larger than many countries.
Missouri City....outside of Houston.
[I still sing the state song with the words "Largest
and Grandest" instead of the way that they changed the
wording after Alaska became a state....hmmm....come to
think about it, my birth certificate does say
"Territory of Alaska".]
--- susan oppenheim  wrote:
<Snip>http://www.sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html">http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast<Snip>http://www.sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html

67) From: Cedrick W. Stanton
Colma CA, population 200 (living)
It's an unbelievably quiet neighborhood after business hours.  Wyatt
Earp and Emperor Norton are two of it's more famous residents, but
they've seen wilder days.  I guess technically I live on the Daly City /
Colma border, but there's a cemetary across the street from my house and
a funeral home on my way to the BART station, so it really has that
Colma feel.
For those on the list who aren't from the Bay Area, the majority of the
land in the township of Colma is the necropolis of San Francisco.  The
rest of it is a big mall.  Not too many people actually live here, but
the rent is cheap and I have a great view on a day when its not foggy.
					--Cedrick
Zara Haimo wrote:
<Snip>

68) From: Cedrick W. Stanton
Oh!  The New York Times called Milford "the undiscovered jewel of
Connecticut".  I hear it's wonderful.  Is the one hour trip on one of
those new-fangled high speed trains?
					--Cedrick
Kathleen Tinkel wrote:
<Snip>

69) From: jerry rounsley
The largest and grandest, most eastern, western and northernmost state 
ALASKA where if we cut the state in half and made it two states then 
Texas would be the 3rd largest.
On Thursday, April 10, 2003, at 08:04 PM, Philip S. Hudson wrote:
<Snip>

70) From: John Abbott
Don't get too flip or we'll throw a party, order ice and you'll just be a
memory!!

71) From: Jane Hill
Juneau, Alaska

72) From: Andrew Thomas
Walla Walla Washington USA
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73) From: Steven Dover
....the "Heart of Dixie"...Alabama, {Southeast US Empire}
Steve D.
Communications Officer &
Sergeant at Arms
Major Henry B. Wirz Camp #1712
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Southern born and Southern bred - and when I die I'll be Southern
dead.......
"If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better
than the animating contest for freedom, go home and leave us in peace. We
seek not your council nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that
feeds you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen." --Samuel
Adams

74) From: Don Parkhurst/Katherine Bartel
Cloverdale, B.C.  (Canada)
Don Parkhurst

75) From: joerlich
Singapore
Tropical city-state-island no coffee bushes here just coffee drinkers a
few home roasters and some commercial roasters.
Erlich Phua

76) From: Marty Wooten
Ed,
Glad to see that I am not the lone coffee roaster from Indiana. 
Marty Wooten
Scheduler
mwooten
phone 765-741-3130 fax 765-741-3135
1403 S. Liberty St.
Muncie, In 47305

77) From: Dan Bollinger
Marty, Not by a long shot!  Hoosiers are well represented here.  Besides
myself in West Lafayette, there is Eric Stauffer in Indy and John Abbott
lived in Indiana for many years.
<Snip>http://www.sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html<Snip>

78) From: Jim Robinson
And the list goes on.
Andover, MA
Jim Robinson
<Snip>http://www.sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html

79) From: Marty Wooten
That is good to know - I just started this coffee roasting journey about six
months ago and I had not met anyone else involved (most actually thought I
was a bit crazy) with home roasting in the area. SM has been a life saver
and this list an outstanding resource.
Marty Wooten
Scheduler
mwooten
phone 765-741-3130 fax 765-741-3135
1403 S. Liberty St.
Muncie, In 47305

80) From: Dane Latham
Can I just echo again what i heard in an earlier post.. It would be great if
someone less technically challenged than myself could come up with a map of
the world as has been done somewhat succesfully for alt.coffee or at least
some tabulation fo results from where we all are :o)
Personally Im looking around for some somewhat locals here in Australia to
have a
get together/roast-off/cupping/show & tell etc at some stage soon...
Dane Latham
My00
PH: 0418 987 978

81) From: EuropaChris
Chris Beck
West Bend, WI
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82) From: David Westebbe
Newton, MA (Just outside Boston)
-- 
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83) From: Dan Bollinger
<Snip>
....and Ball canning jars, Velvet-Drive boat transmissions, the largest
Orchid collection in the world, and of course home of Garfield the cat.  :)

84) From: Dave Huddle
This is strange....
I never saw the Terry Stockdale reply!  ??    I've noticed this kind of
thing a lot on the list.   I see quoted replies to posts that never make
it to my mail reader.   Anybody got an explanation?
Dave    Westerville, OH
originally from the GREAT STATE OF TEXAS,  Ft. Worth
<Snip>

85) From: Dan Bollinger
Caffeine saturated Gremlins?  ;)
<Snip>

86) From: Pope, Stanley G
I found Terry Stockdale's post in my Adult Content filtered Junk E-mail
folder. I use Outlook with standard Adult Content filtering active. I
have found other Homeroast posts filtered there as well. It would appear
that email filters are removing/blocking some email. This may be the
answer.

87) From: Ed Needham
And Chuck Koby is just across the river in Louisville.  He's the closest one
to me.
Ed Needham
To Absurdity and Beyond!http://www.homeroaster.comed
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88) From: Ed Needham
Add your name to this list/map.http://www.danny.mcnulty.btinternet.co.uk/map.htmlEd Needham
To Absurdity and Beyond!http://www.homeroaster.comed
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89) From:
Columbia (Lexington), South Carolina
-- Tod

90) From: susan oppenheim
hello all you lurkers!!!!
well that got a huge response
so we can now add UK to the country list
and there are 2 aussies out there not 1
hello Myron roasting in Israel
and I do think Alaska somehow qualifies-as distance any ways
pretty impressive aren't we??
Susan O
Toronto

91) From: Ben Treichel
susan oppenheim wrote:
<Snip>
No its just a big refrigerator with a Canadian front door. ;-)
<Snip>

92) From: tomp
Anchorage, Alaska
tomp

93) From: Spencer W. Thomas
ditto
Leslie Smith wrote:
<Snip>

94) From: Terry Stockdale
That's very strange.  There was definitely no "adult content" in my posting.
Terry
At 09:53 AM 4/11/2003 -0400, Stanley Pope wrote:
<Snip>
              Terry Stockdale --  Baton Rouge, LA
6.5 billion kilograms of coffee are grown each year -- but, I'm picky!
          Monkey + HIP + Rocky + Silvia = Espresso

95) From: Dale A. Taylor
Dale Taylor   Spring,Texas

96) From: classicalglass
Loganville, Ga. 
and I know there are lots of other 
Atlanta area roasters so Hey folks... chime in!
Bob

97) From: Scott&Mariya Baltes
Madison WI - Home of the city alderman who proposed to the council that 
the Dixie Chicks be named the "official" Madison band after the 
brou-haha about the quote from one of them against the war. (his tongue 
was firmly planted in his cheek)

98) From: Steve Wall
Blaine, Minnesota (northern suburbs of Minn./St. Paul)

99) From: The Scarlet Wombat
Okay okay, I was gonna keep out of this to save bandwidth, but it seems we 
are all weighing in.
Dan, North Andover, MA, offering free espresso to all comers

100) From: mikejfoley
Plymouth Meeting, PA––the 'burbs of Philly

101) From: Jim Liedeka
From: Scott&Mariya Baltes 
<Snip>
Ditto.  Madison, WI, 70-odd square miles surrounded by reality.
	Jim

102) From: Ben Treichel
Ah, finally someone speaks the truth about Madison.
Ben, Born and 25 years in Wisconsin. (just not for the last 18).
Jim Liedeka wrote:
<Snip>

103) From: McConnel
From Palo Cedro, in the State of Jefferson, (otherwise known by their
pre-secession names--Northern California and Southern Oregon)
tommcconnel

104) From: Oaxaca Charlie
 Roasting in Grand Forks, British Columbia,Canada, when not
roasting in Huayapam, Oaxaca, Mexico.
 Charlie
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105) From: David Lewis
Alright: Santa Cruz, California
	David
-- 
Less than 0.1 percent of the U.S. population gave 83 percent of all 
itemized campaign contributions for the 2002 elections, according to 
the Center for Responsive Politics.

106) From: F. M. McNeill
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
From Yuma and Tucson, Arizona. Now live in 
Poway, California (just outside San Diego).
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Poway, California, United States of America
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107) From: Dana Kaempen
Wheaton, IL, USA, far western suburb of the great city of Chicago.
Dana
-- 
...d..ecay
mailto:decay
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108) From: classicalglass
Chris, 
You must either reside in the Atlanta area or you are paying WAY to much attention the STUPID commercials on the Superstation!  Come clean now... which one is it???  
Bob
(Going through my stash which contains 40 different coffees and weighs in at 87 pounds.)

109) From: john ross
Susan:
I know I am late, I have just converted back to Eudora from a 
coupla years using Outlook on both Win and Mac (mostly Mac)
Outlook crashed (again) and I just decided to spring for the $ and be 
done with it but...but...never that simple.
I'm in La Mission District--San Francisco.
Lived in B.C. for 15 years -- Okanagan and Vancouver. 
Canucks are good people
Am also following the discussion of Variacs with increasing interest 
since I find my poppers are going faster and faster as the ambient 
goes up. And I lost all the past digests where you all were developing 
this technique and technology -- (see Lee XOC Subject: ...custom set-up)
I am thinking about a set-up with a variac and a dimmer (-a transformer and dimmer?? or is it a single unit?? Ben, Jim and MiKe?)
 and rigging the poppers with a fan and a heat circuit. I just joined the Roaster control list.
So add me to the list with Lee in Sand Diego.
Which variac is appropriate? I see some on Ebay and suspect a 10 amp is sufficient but know nothing about them  
Somewhere around Thu. April 10, susan oppenheim 
Asked:
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110) From: Kruger Kid
Shingle Springs
California
USA
Kruger
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111) From: Ben Treichel
John,
It depends on the roaster (ac or dc fan motor) and if you want to boost 
fan voltage. miKe is the non-variac fan boosting king. A dimmer of 
sufficent capacity to handle the heater coils will cost almost as much 
as a variac. Thats presuming you don't stretch the ratings on it. I 
personally not comfortable with that.
Ben
john ross wrote:
<Snip>

112) From: Jason Molinari
Well i guess i better speak up since lots of other people have:)
I'm in the Atlanta area....just for the record.
j

113) From: Bart Frazzee
Santa Ana, California

114) From: Al Raden
Boca Raton, Florida

115) From: David Waterfill
Minneapolis
David Waterfill
dwaterfill
www.home.attbi.com/~dwaterfill

116) From: Bill C
Columbia, MD

117) From: Jeff Faust
Glendora, CA  -- NE of LA.
Jeff Faust

118) From: James Derek Savanella
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Torrington, CT

119) From: Marchiori, Alan (Contractor)
I used to live in elizabethtown, pa (not too far away).  hope this helps,
alan...
<Snip>

120) From: darren.raab
Austin, TX
Darren

121) From: Todd Smith
On 4/15/03 12:53 PM, "darren.raab"  wrote:
<Snip>
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
<Snip>

122) From: fhopel2911
My husband's been teasing me as a loner again.  Did I miss it, or has no one else checked in from Pennsylvania? -- the capital, Harrisburg.
The response here has been so interesting!
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123) From: Terry Stockdale
Jeff,
Since when is California northeast of Louisiana?  You must have a different 
map than I do.  Or, does that CA stand for Canada -- it does have some 
parts way, way northeast of Louisiana.
At 08:30 PM 4/14/2003 -0700, Jeff Faust wrote:
<Snip>
              Terry Stockdale --  Baton Rouge, LA
6.5 billion kilograms of coffee are grown each year -- but, I'm picky!
          Monkey + HIP + Rocky + Silvia = Espresso

124) From: miKe mcKoffee
From: "Terry Stockdale" 
<Snip>
different
<Snip>
It's taking the LONG way around:-) Actually I just look at Jeff's message
again, I interpreted *NE of LA* referring to Glendora NE of Los Angeles,
both CA (California)!
MM;-) Vancouver WA USofA just N of Portland OR not ME.
FrankenFormer Rosto Roastin' - Royally Balance Brewin'
Rocky grindin' - Miss Silvia brewin' too!
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125) From: Jeff Faust
Yes, that's what I meant.  Around here, LA means Los Angeles.
Why, for years I though "La Traviata" was a tragedy based in California!
(kidding)
Jeff

126) From: Ben Treichel
Guys, if he was NW of LA hed be sunk! ;-)
Jeff Faust wrote:
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127) From: miKe mcKoffee
From: "Ben Treichel" 
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Or in Siberia? MM;-)
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128) From: Dan Bollinger
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Uh, Then we better warn all Santa Barbarans to wear life preservers.  ;)

129) From: mikejfoley
Colleen, you are not a Pennsylvania loner, here on the list. I checked
in, a few days ago, from Plymouth Meeting, which borders Philly. So,
there are at least two of us! ;>) Happy Roastin' in Pa., Mike F.

130) From: herb day
hello, i just wanted to say how much i enjoy reading" the digest". been a coffee
drinker for 66 years and have had  few good cups, so i enbarked on roasting. now
doing the dog bowl thing and it seems right for the time being. i just love
watching all those little beans jumping out of their skins and getting prepared
for a better life in my cup. only roasted 10 lbs. or so, so how new is that. it
seems to me that there are many ways to roast and i may try most of them on the
way. thanks for all the interresting post and who knows, i may even do some
myself. herb day, galion,oh  mid way between col and cleve.

131) From: Marty Wooten
Howdy Herb,
Glad to have you aboard the list and as one on the coffee journey as
well. I am looking forward to hearing how things progress.
Marty

132) From: gin
Welcome Herb. You will have many, many days of roasting and questions ahead...
ginny
At 08:40 PM 4/27/2004, you wrote:
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