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From: Violet Sunderland <>
Subject: Re: PARTY
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 1999 23:59:19 -0800
A crushed JohnZ doesn't sound a bit appealing and besides, you know there
is always bound to be chocolate wherever Barb and I are. <G>
> I'd be crushed if you or Barb rode with anyone else! 8-O Besides, you
> always bring such great goodies. I've installed another walk-in
> freezer just for you. <G> The berries sound great, but what about the
> ollala berries? They grow them down in California near Solvang. Maybe
> we can take a detour and pick some up?
That's a new kind to me. Are they wild, or grown commercially? You're on for a
detour. We can buzz my brother-in-law at Santa Maria and maybe go over to the
oil patches to suck up some casing gas. Somebody said the gulls were acting
funny after flying through our con trail last year. Casing gas should burn
cleaner than Meade.
> I'll be happy to moor the MMMC in the harbor if you like. It'll give me
> an easy way to lauch the yacht off the back deck. <G> If the wind gets
> up maybe we can even take the 12 meter out for a sail and show the
> Aussies and Kiwis a thing or two! (that ought to elicit some caustic
> retorts <BG>)
I don't know....they show some fine seamanship. Susan in San Diego mentioned
conjuring up Dennis Conner, and that sets the proper tone for challenging the
royals who will probably never let up about the Tea Party.
Although it hasn't been confirmed, I'm sure there must be a seaman among our
ancestors. I do love a regatta and just about any craft with sails. I'm looking
forward to exploring the harbor and all the seaside attractions.
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