Not so fast! Latin spirit might yet overcome Teutonic precision. One can hope, anyway.
(I'd love to watch a France-Italy final ... )
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:In honor of your special day and as I set up camp in Red Deer, I will open a `04 Cedar Creek Pinot Gris. I will be looking out for USA number plates and I will wave and honk my horn. Hows zat?
Oh my goodness, was it yesterday!!?
And pies! Don't forget the pies. Bob could feed a nation with what he has in his freezer.I here by declare July 5th Bob Parson Canadian-America Day! Let Freedom Ring and the wine and beer be consumed!
Bill Buitenhuys wrote:And pies! Don't forget the pies. Bob could feed a nation with what he has in his freezer.I here by declare July 5th Bob Parson Canadian-America Day! Let Freedom Ring and the wine and beer be consumed!
Bill Buitenhuys wrote:Bob has all sorts of pies up there. The guy is a pie-horder I tell ya.
BP Can-Am Day! We need to start lobbying for another day off.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Very good James!! Just back. Need the pies for my annual sweetie session in December however. Saw lots of your fellow compatriots down in Red Deer, all off to Jasper and Banff. How on earth can they afford to run those huge motorhomes with the price of gas the way it is?
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:James, around Xmas time Robin features dessert wines. In fact the old WT 101 in Dec. was devoted to port and "stickies". I always turn out a bunch of fruit pies for the occasion......maple apple, blueberry, blackberry, cranberry rhubarb, and so on. I get into a whole bunch of trouble here as I am asked "what are all those pies doing in the freezer compartment?". I smile, life goes on!!
Howie Hart wrote:Shhh.... PaulB might read this and the whole Primitivo, Catawba, Concord, Norton, Delaware thread may get resurrected.
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