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A little Rum in the sun...
DrafterX Offline
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Glass half full and stuff... Mellow
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jojoc Offline
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nice!
Northsidepk Offline
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Looks like good times to me!
DrafterX Offline
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it was a good time... interesting place Dominica... beaches had black shiny sand from the volcanos.. people were very cool... even had some dude try to sell me some pot there on the beach...
oh, and the rum is 7 year Havana....
wheelrite Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
it was a good time... interesting place Dominica... beaches had black shiny sand from the volcanos.. people were very cool... even had some dude try to sell me some pot there on the beach...
oh, and the rum is 7 year Havana....



Very cool Drafter,,,

Dominica ? where dat at ?
DrafterX Offline
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Southern Carribean...
Northsidepk Offline
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Huh, is the 7yr Havana any good??? I just got back from Mexico and they had "gift sets" with the 7yr havana and bacardi anejo for like 120 pesos (10 bucks)
coolbreeze68 Offline
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Sure, rub it in.....We're having a freakin Texas blizzard and now this.......I'm going back to bed!!
BuckyB93 Offline
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Many years back we took a cruise and one of the stops was Dominica. We signed up for an island tour and our tour guide, who went by the name of “Shy Guy”, didn’t give us the cookie cutter tour that the others had.

He knew just about every local around. He took us to places off the beaten path, and we got a personalized tour. He really took care of us: recommending what to eat, what not to eat, shooing away the shady street peddlers, taking us to scenic outlooks that were not on the standard tour routes. Man o man, the van ride up and down the mountain roads made your hair stand up on your neck.

It’s probably the best memory from that cruise.
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coolbreeze68 wrote:
Sure, rub it in.....We're having a freakin Texas blizzard and now this.......I'm going back to bed!!


A freakin Texas Blizzard...what is that 2-3 inches of snow.
DrafterX Offline
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Many years back we took a cruise and one of the stops was Dominica. We signed up for an island tour and our tour guide, who whet by the name of “Shy Guy”, didn’t give us the cookie cutter tour that the others had.

He knew just about every local around. He took us to places off the beaten path, and we got a personalized tour. He really took care of us: recommending what to eat, what not to eat, shooing away the shady street peddlers, taking us to scenic outlooks that were not on the standard tour routes. Man o man, the van ride up and down the mountain roads made your hair stand up on your neck.

It’s probably the best memory from that cruise.



We had a great tour of Dominica also... Definately one of my favorite stops on this trip.... never felt hassled by the locals.. St. Lucia was a differeent story. I may never return...
DrafterX Offline
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Northsidepk wrote:
Huh, is the 7yr Havana any good??? I just got back from Mexico and they had "gift sets" with the 7yr havana and bacardi anejo for like 120 pesos (10 bucks)



I liked it.. it was the first time I tried the Havana tho.. Bar tender was very generous. I thought I was getting a shot and he just kept on pouring. there was quite a bit more in the glass before I decided to take the pic...
HockeyDad Offline
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derfladnar wrote:
A freakin Texas Blizzard...what is that 2-3 inches of snow.




Based on the pattern, A Texas blizzard is 2 inches of snow but they announce that it was 3 feet of snow.
Northsidepk Offline
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HockeyDad wrote:
Based on the pattern, A Texas blizzard is 2 inches of snow but they announce that it was 3 feet of snow.


Pretty much the M.O. for Texans.... Extreme exaggeration, that y everything is bigger in texas...
wheelrite Offline
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Northsidepk wrote:
Pretty much the M.O. for Texans.... Extreme exaggeration, that y everything is bigger in texas...


No blizzard...
just an inch of ice and another of snow.

But wind is gusting to 50mph temp 17,wind chill 2...
Northsidepk Offline
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Solicite Response<---------CHECK
DrafterX Offline
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Hey, I think that might be Wilson floating out there... I didn't notice until just now..... Sad
wheelrite Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
Hey, I think that might be Wilson floating out there... I didn't notice until just now..... Sad


nope,,

That's a chick's head bobbing that a shark bit off..
coolbreeze68 Offline
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derfladnar wrote:
A freakin Texas Blizzard...what is that 2-3 inches of snow.


I like my sunshine and heat...if that white craps in my front yard, it's a blizzard.
DrafterX Offline
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^
DrafterX Offline
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I wanna go back.... rainy and cool here today... Sad
Nicar Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
I wanna go back.... rainy and cool here today... Sad



I dont blame you.... cause, you know why Texas wont fall into the Gulf of Mexico.... cause Oklahoma sucks!


DrafterX Offline
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Shame on you Shame on you Shame on you Shame on you
DrafterX Offline
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memories of rum.... Mellow
skarpachi Offline
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Love that beer! Couldn't get enough of it when I was down there but then again I was loving all the local beers on every island!
DrafterX Offline
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Herfing
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