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    Incidentally....after I finished baking in the sun for 3 hours doing the yard-work...is there NOTHING finer after sweating your butt off than an ice-cold beer? I could bathe in it right now...mmmmmmm, beer...:D
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    Man, I thought this was about thermodynamics. That would be a lot cooler than some vacation stuff. But to answer your question, someplace that would require a few days to get home, a few hundred miles from civilisation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkScribe View Post
    Spoil sport...and yes, our next family vacation WILL be to the Keys....dear. :D
    I'll take Tristan to London...dear. Have fun in the Keys.
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    I'm with Philly: The Appalachian Trail.

    AT via Boulevard to Mt Leconte Lodge. Stay the night. Eat dinner and breakfast. Descent: Bullhead. Dinner and drinks at The Alamo.

    Philly, you gotta do it. Between May and mid October. Dress comfortably and take warm fuzzies whatever the month.
    Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    I'll take Tristan to London...dear. Have fun in the Keys.
    Maybe I can stow away with Patriot on his next trip down there, then...hmmm...
    "The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown." H.P. Lovecraft in Supernatural Horror in Literature
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    Yeah, ummm, I have grown weary of the whole "beach scene". I'll take London. I'm pretty sure I won't have to see too many umbrella drinks there.
    I don't care for the "beach scene" all that much, but SR does. Guess I'd like to be on a beach in California. I'm thinking of Ano Nuevo beach, where the elephant seals pull up. Was there once and loved it. You have to walk almost a mile through deep sand to even get to it, but it's so beautiful there.

    Other place that I'd love to be is in Hawaii. My all time favorite is Vancouver Island, on the west side, which is totally wild and remote. I don't like beaches lined with condos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gator View Post
    I was planning to go shooting this morning but rain all over the area, especially where the range is located. I think I will just take a late morning rany day nap.

    I like it where I am at. No need to go anywhere else.

    By the way DS, there are very few beaches in the Keys. I think there is a manmade one in Key West and one at the park near the Seven Mile Bridge but not very many more.
    That's the one at the pink stucco hotel that used to be called The Reach.
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    Just in from the Commie Cesspool after taking the client to a team dinner at a trendy Mexican restaurant on Park Avenue. There were dozens and dozens of very beautiful women there, many in groups, and all dressed very, very well! :D

    TOTD: Paris, although London would be a close second.
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