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Old 08-06-2016, 02:02 AM   #41
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Blatz is the only beer I have purchased and threw in the trash. Remember Brew 102?
Brew 102? Oh yeah, doesn't get much worse than that. Used to be about $1.29 a six pack. Ranks right up there with Red Mountain wine- only $1.49 a gallon. Only drank Coors my whole life til we moved east of the Rockies. You can get Coors out here, but it just isn't the same. Still good out west, though. Sounds like us beer drinkers kind of hijacked this thread. Sorry about that!
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Old 08-06-2016, 07:02 AM   #42
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Brew 102? Oh yeah, doesn't get much worse than that. Used to be about $1.29 a six pack. Ranks right up there with Red Mountain wine- only $1.49 a gallon. Only drank Coors my whole life til we moved east of the Rockies. You can get Coors out here, but it just isn't the same. Still good out west, though. Sounds like us beer drinkers kind of hijacked this thread. Sorry about that!
I think you are right tdts51,,, not sure how that happen,,, but as long as we are talking about beer,,, I have always wondered why Coors used to advertise Cold Brewing,,, Cold Storage,,, Cold Shipping,,, and then a Grocery Store would have a sale and stack it in the every where except in the coolers ??? Enjoy your Colorado Cool aid !!! LOL !!!
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Old 08-13-2016, 10:12 PM   #43
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Oh what the hell one more pic.
This was taken on trail Ridge Road within rocky Mountain National Park.


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Old 08-14-2016, 07:46 AM   #44
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As a Colorado Native I'm prejudiced, but Rocky Mountain National park is God's country.
It certainly looks that way !!!
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Although I am partial to the Padre Island National Seashore (there's nothing more serene than watching the sun awake over the sound of mesmerizing gulf waves and a misty morning southeasterly breeze), the Rocky Mountain National Park is beautiful country. I plan on visiting when it gets much cooler. I don't care for Coors beer (Texas Zeigenbach is the best), but when in Rome do as the Romans.
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Although I am partial to the Padre Island National Seashore (there's nothing more serene than watching the sun awake over the sound of mesmerizing gulf waves and a misty morning southeasterly breeze), the Rocky Mountain National Park is beautiful country. I plan on visiting when it gets much cooler. I don't care for Coors beer (Texas Zeigenbach is the best), but when in Rome do as the Romans.
I have a cousin & his wife that spend every winter in some RV park there near the South Padre Island,,, they have been going there for years !!!
They Love it !!! Not sure we want to leave our house unattended all winter ???
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I have a cousin & his wife that spend every winter in some RV park there near the South Padre Island,,, they have been going there for years !!!
They Love it !!! Not sure we want to leave our house unattended all winter ???
My parents have been doing it for about 20 years now. We relocated here for work. There are tons of parks down here to choose from. The parents neighbors are real good about keeping an eye on things. Their shop was broken into once and a riding lawn mower stolen.
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My parents have been doing it for about 20 years now. We relocated here for work. There are tons of parks down here to choose from. The parents neighbors are real good about keeping an eye on things. Their shop was broken into once and a riding lawn mower stolen.
I worry more about the Winter Weather,,, I had another cousin who went to Florida a couple of years back for about a month,,, there Septic Sys froze up,,, because of lack of use !!!
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