[at-l] Stoves and fuel
nightwalker.at at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 17:54:42 CST 2009
It seems like our little family here has gotten closer in the last
month or so. Less arguing, Ds and Rs lying down together, that sort of
We should really enjoy this while it lasts. as 11-10 gets closer, a
lot of us will forget that we have a lot more in common than we have
Politics sucks. This stuff is what's real.
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 6:46 PM, <gadog430 at charter.net> wrote:
> I saw it. It brings tears. Of course...everything @ you guys and gals brings tears...of joy.
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> Actually, you should have seen Georges face at the following Trail Days, when I Gave the stove to him for free. Didn't give it to him at Springer, because I had to use it. LOL!
> It is now in the Tin Man museum (that stove was the first one he ever sold). Cool. A few weeks later I got a surprise Tin Man gift box. With a new stove, etc...
> Hot dog used a tin Man Pepsi can stove that was so old that it didn't
> have a serial # on it.
> You should have seen George's eyes light up when he saw it at the
> Springer Shelter. He tried to buy it back from him. Didn't work.
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