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re: Anyone Lived in or Visited Steamboat Springs? - 8thyearsenior
What kind of job market are you expecting in a ski town?...
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re: PITTSBURGH - 8thyearsenior
[quote]Food: Primanti Bros is good. [/quote] No it isn't, it is not good at all but you should eat there once just so you can say you did. I'd recommend spending a couple hours walking around the strip district and downtown. Thin Man sandwiches and Penn Ave Fish company are both real good in ...
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re: Albuquerque recommendations for burger and a beer - 8thyearsenior
Project Dank is different each time they make it ...
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re: Estes Park in January - With Young Kids - 8thyearsenior
The View at Historic Crags Lodge has the best food in town. I haven't really enjoyed anywhere else I have eaten there so I usually stop at St Vrain in Lyons and grab sandwiches to bring with me. Barrel is a cool spot but I think it is closed until May. You don't go to Estes to eat and drink, you are...
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re: Estes Park in January - With Young Kids - 8thyearsenior
They don't rent anything in the park so you need to rent in town ahead of time and hidden valley used to be a ski area so there are different runs. The lifts are gone now but some folks still do cross country skiing and hike to backcountry runs. Its good for all ages and all levels. People usually o...
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re: Estes Park in January - With Young Kids - 8thyearsenior
RMNP has you covered on everything except for maybe fishing. Snowshoeing everywhere, just depends on your fitness level as to how far you want to go. Scenic drives everywhere again, the trail ridge road in the park is closed for the winter. Sledding at Hidden Valley in the park is good. You'll need ...
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re: how do you make an old fashion? - 8thyearsenior
2 oz bourbon tablespoon simple syrup two dashes bitters cherry ice cubes swirl to combine ...
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re: How much did getting new windows cost you? - 8thyearsenior
I replaced all of em in my 30 year old house with triple pane vinyl and all that jazz. Cost me about $20k. I was told I would save like 30% on my electric bill. I also got a few more feet of insulation blown in to the attic. My electric bill is a few bucks lower each month, closer to 3% than 30%...
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re: FBD: New Year's Eve, Eve.. - 8thyearsenior
[quote]My daughter just finished her first round of chemotherapy for treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma. Her prognosis is also very good. I think we can all agree. frick cancer.[/quote] My 21 yr old nephew finished all his chemo stuff for the same cancer about 6 months ago and is cancer free and ...
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re: Colorado Springs pros-cons - 8thyearsenior
Cons-A bunch of religious folks compared to the rest of the state. Not close to skiing(2hrs). Military folk. Compared to BR? I guess it costs a lot more but it's worth it. We always to people from the south who are looking to move here that you will have less but do more. If having nice car an...
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re: Colorado Springs - 8thyearsenior
Nothing that close to the springs. Your options are Monarch(2 hours) or Loveland(2 hours)....
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re: Making My First Gumbo for a Crowd - 8thyearsenior
Use prudhomme's recipe and make a stock and a roux like he says . If you cant make a stock you have no business doing anything else and the roux done at high heat like Prudhomme suggest take about 10 minutes. He fries the chicken in the oil then uses it for the roux, so making your own roux is p...
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re: Surly Abrasive - 8thyearsenior
Zero reason to pay shipping for it with so many options that are just as good if not better sitting on local shelves....
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re: Question for bicyclist on the board - 8thyearsenior
Buy from the local guys first when they help you then try to get them to price match online prices is how i try to play it....
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re: Question for bicyclist on the board - 8thyearsenior
Walk into a bike shop with your bike and ask them....
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re: FBD - BCBS hunting - 8thyearsenior
[quote]I'm certainly no expert, but since the beer is pasteurized I'd imagine the only thing effecting it will be oxidation. So it's only potential is down with time?[/quote] I'm of the same mind. A lot of places are pasteurizing now(Great Divide, New Belgium). It is a good deal if you like the b...
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re: FBD: Beat BAMA - 8thyearsenior
Tough loss tonight [IMG]http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e377/poonamibaxter/8559BE5A-B05F-49CB-9054-474BB1D41FCD.jpg[/IMG] Karbach? Muhahahahahahahahahahaha. All part of the process.[IMG]http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e377/poonamibaxter/6B77AAD9-DF00-48A9-BC7F-EE63A45DFA12_1.jpg[/IMG] Muh...
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re: Place in BR to re-home a dog? - 8thyearsenior
Your house maybe?...
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re: Recommendations for a cookbook - 8thyearsenior
[quote]Donald Link's Real Cajun[/quote] +1, great book. Easy to execute and food comes out very well....
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re: Just received a job offer - Fairly big career move - 8thyearsenior
[quote]basically a large corporate design engineer and transitioning to the director of business development for a smaller, up and coming company[/quote] You do realize that doing sales for a small company is a grind right? You'll probably be doing a ton of cold calling. I went from operations wi...
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