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Had dinner with Emery last nite..
 

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pete hausner
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 1547
Location: Outer Beantown

12/24/12 6:44 AM

Had dinner with Emery last nite..

Been a while, but all ought take heart, he's just as ugly and irasable as the last time we saw him... Kidding aside, it was terrific to get together again. He's one of the nicest and kindest folk we know. That's saying a lot about a lawyer...

Saturday evening we had dinner with Hardy and spouse. A couple of weeks ago I caught up with Hurley at Hardy's joint. And most days I trade comments with Sandi, Evan, Andy and others on Facebook as well as posting here. I've also had the opportunity to share a libation with Coapman, a swap meet table with Karow, and have, along with all of you guys, suffered the loss of Jim...a man who touched us deeply. The list could go on, but you get the idea...

Were it not for hanging out here for all these years I'd not have made connections to any of you...connections and real friendships that have nurtured and sustained me thru some tough times as well as allowed me to help others a bit, when crap piled up on their plates. Thank you all for all of that.

Holiday wishes to you all... May the New Year bring you and yours health, happiness and peace.

PH


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dan emery
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 6307
Location: Maine

12/24/12 8:35 AM

Thanks Pete

Great to see you and Carol.

And in your case, talk about ugly and "irasable"...:)

Many good friendships and events with TTFers over the years.

Speaking of which, for you denizens of the Big Apple, I'll be there Jan 18-20 and available for a Belgian Beer or 5 with anyone not away skiing.

Happy Holidays to all.

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DPotter
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 951
Location: Portland, Maine

12/24/12 8:55 AM

Echoing the sentiments above, if not the actual victuals and libations.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17537
Location: Portland, OR

12/24/12 10:06 AM

My bucket list include filling out F2Faces with lots more of you all.

Merry X, and to all a good ride..

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