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Old 03-09-2017, 07:44 PM
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There's an overnight cub scout event on Saturday at some "Wonderworks" place in the mall at Syracuse. Has all sorts of climbing things, and rope bridges and other activities. Couple times we've seen it G cried because we didn't have time to let him do any of it, so he's really excited. I wasn't particularly excited about an overnight at a mall, but I just caught a break. My son in his sweetest voice and biggest eyes asked his mom as polite as he could muster if she could take him instead of me. She agreed. I tried to act sad about it. Woo me!

Means more brewing for me on Saturday. Oh yeah!
My son's 8th-grade class was just at Wonderworks. Good fun for the kids. Have you ever been to the MOST? They have some cub scout camp outs as well. Kids even earn a few badges.
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Battening down the hatches.
T- shirt weather today. Mid 50s.
Expecting half a foot of snow overnight.
All plans cancelled.
Waddaya kiddin' me?!? You're in the Poconos! Head on down to Camelback and hang with all the Jersians on the slopes.
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I hear Camelback has a beach. That would be more style.
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Taking my son to see UCONN tomorrow. Other than that not too much going on. I plan to keep plugging away on the gym finishing job. Moving my wife's wine fridge is going to be fun. UHG!
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My son's 8th-grade class was just at Wonderworks. Good fun for the kids. Have you ever been to the MOST? They have some cub scout camp outs as well. Kids even earn a few badges.
Nope, haven't been to MOST, actually, I don't even know what it is. Care to enlighten me?

He's just now sort of getting in to the scouting thing. Been doing it since October or so and it has been highs and lows with him. We just got something in the mail the other day about a ton of summer camp stuff, but he didn't express too much interest, except when he saw the picture of the kid doing archery.
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Wise@$$.

http://www.skicamelback.com/

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I'm looking forward to this weekend. It's the third annual "Bacon on the Lakein". A lot of the area wineries do special tastings of select wines paired with various bacon dishes. So each winery has a different bacon dish. It's a great day of driving from place to place and trying stuff out. The price of the ticket covers all the tastings at each place, 14 wineries I think, over 2 days. It's also nice that we have someone to watch the kids so we get to actually pretend to be adults for a little bit.
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I'm looking forward to this weekend. It's the third annual "Bacon on the Lakein". A lot of the area wineries do special tastings of select wines paired with various bacon dishes. So each winery has a different bacon dish. It's a great day of driving from place to place and trying stuff out. The price of the ticket covers all the tastings at each place, 14 wineries I think, over 2 days. It's also nice that we have someone to watch the kids so we get to actually pretend to be adults for a little bit.
This is an odd time of year to do that - even for ice wines.
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