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 Posted: Mon Dec 3rd, 2007 03:09 pm
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A union man and not afraid of heights either.



 Posted: Tue Jan 1st, 2008 05:16 am
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Does anyone besides me (and maybe Jana) remember this post from her on this thread, much earlier in the year? (March 30, 2007):

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I quit watching NASCAR when Rusty retired and quit paying any attention at all to it when Mark did.   Get Sam Hornish in a Cup car and I might take interest again.

Regards fron NW Ohio,

Jana  "

 

Well, Jana, we now expect to see you posting on CWi's 2008 NASCAR threads,

;):):D:cool::cool::cool:

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 Posted: Thu Apr 3rd, 2008 12:29 am
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JDC love the picture.  How are you ?  How are things going .  Miss you posting daily like you were for awhile.  I love the chair.  Did you make it yourself or get it from a sutler.  Looks comfy. 

Glad to see you back.  Don't stay away so long.

Miss Susan



 Posted: Thu Apr 3rd, 2008 03:14 pm
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Susan,

I've got 4  chairs like that.  2 were bought from the FIL of a gal in my unit and the other two were gifts from my Grandmother.  (Her neighbor made them.)

 

Best thing about them is they come apart for hauling and they ARE comfortable. 

I'll bring one to Manning so you can check it out.

 

Jana

 



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 Posted: Sat Apr 5th, 2008 05:05 am
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Thanks for the information.  I am going to look for one at reenactments.  I would like a period chair to take to events .  I always work a booth for Daughters of Union Vets or Drum Barracks but almost always in period dress.  Speaking of which I best go make sure I have everything together for tomorrow. Have to leave early to get out to the site.  Make sure I have a charge battery in camera etc. 

Good to have you posting again JDC. 

Miss Susan



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I don't think you can hijack a thread that's dedicated mostly to just schmoozing. I'll go with the sweet tea and squirrel gravy, but I'll pass on the fatback (ratio of meat to grease is lacking), possum jowels (too small), and jackalope (too tough). Up here, sweet potato pie is unknown, but I wish it weren't. We could use a few Paula Dean's up here.

ole



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ohhh..Duncan your makin me hungary. do you know how to fix all that stuff. i  know how to make a lot of it.

i love fatback and hogjawls and grits (i love grits)and a lot of other stuff that would take to long to mention.

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salt and pepper on mine. sometimes butter but not often.



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 Posted: Thu Jun 5th, 2008 12:04 am
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JDC glad to hear you are working and doing well it sounds like.  Keep in touch when you can.

Susan



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Hey JDC we miss you too.  Glad to see you posting again.

Miss Susan



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