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DIY $15-20 each steak kabobs / pilaf / salads /etc 20 80.00%
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Old 04-14-2006, 08:25 PM
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Old 04-15-2006, 10:51 AM
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I voted pro Stonehorse cookout after finding that the Chatham dinner plans would be impromptu but either way would be awesome!
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Old 04-15-2006, 11:08 AM
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Got to go with the Squire ( closer stumbling distance to my lodgings.)
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Old 04-15-2006, 11:14 AM
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Just a clarification - we will stumble to the Squire anyway this has more to do with dinner than anything else.
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Old 04-15-2006, 11:38 AM
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Roger that Juro- see you there.
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Old 04-15-2006, 06:39 PM
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Squire's food is good, but you obviously haven't partaken in our culinary prowess yet
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I also posted DIY but either is OK with me. DIY give opportunity to mingle, meet new people (will be all new to me, except for having met Juro) but if outdoors is weather dependent. I'm just happy I will be there!
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Based on Juro's post on other Spring Clave thread, re Squires can't host as a group, think the DIY is the answer and then the "stumble-in" to Squires.
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Juro... if the Squirer can not handle the numbers then I vote for the Stone horse!.... we want to be all together no need to wander from table to table.,.. and the possibillity of having some of us not being able to get a table.... so lets just do the stone horse.
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Old 04-16-2006, 07:52 AM
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With the gazebo, grills, dining area inside in event of weather, fireplace, etc - it's a great little venue for us indeed and a short drive to the CAC and Chatham Squire.

Let's see how the votes go, I am fine either way but we need to cut off the decision date with enough time to decide on who gets what and such. I would like to "warn" Matt that we are going to do the cookout again as well. This should only be a few days ahead of time, and with a peek at the weather report as well.
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I am still a strong maybe for the clave so I have not signed up but I can't see packing into a place like sardines after enjoying the wide open spaces all day, but I'm an outdoors kind of guy. Never been to the CAC, maybe this will be the year.
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For many yrs I`ve slipped by Squires in the deep of night on my way to the light and observed the festivities, allways wondered what it would be like to join in. But if we can`t sit as a group I have to change my vote to the Stone Horse. I also wondered about the Chatham Bars too as I dragged fish back to the pier from the stone wall and took a break in thier cabanas. It`s all a matter of priorities, I wouldn`t trade a night of fishing in the old days for a night at the Bars even with thier beach club.
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I have always looked forward to the stone horse cook outs as well, That's my vote but I guess we could wait and check weather when it gets closer.
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The Stone Horse was great and Matt is always an generous host. The first time we held it there, the pictures are from then, was a great gathering with excellent chow and conversation and was Sean's first one which lent an added festive note to it even if he and Juro were victims of the oil the next morning. Last year was a real wet one and I didn't realize the gathering was in the great room until late and we had already hunkered down for the evening. We had had a vehicle malfunction and a thorough soaking and didn't make the party. I understand it was quite enjoyable if a bit more subdued than others. Here is a sample of the gastronomic and culinary abundance you can expect. By the sounds of this years response, the music and the added grub we will surpass the affairs of '01 AND '04.


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