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The XO is quite nice (as are, IMO, pretty much all of their offerings). Not long ago my daughter was out in California at Ledgers Liquors in Berkeley and brought me back a bottle of the G-R Heirloom Apple Brandy as well as (yum) a bottle of the 16-year-old single barrel brandy that was- in this case - distilled from Semillon grapes.
Payment sent for two bottles.
Interest Check - Have done a lot of buying here but this is the first time I've tried anything on the selling side of the equation. I recently acquired a 250 ml flacon of Creed’s discontinued fragrance Orange Spice. This was an unopened bottle, originally from Bergdorf’s (see pic) and – while it’s a wonderful scent, especially for the cooler months – 250 ml is more than I need. After decanting a 50 ml sample for me and one as a Christmas present for my brother, I’m...
I'd be down for two bottles (shipping one to MS and one to GA, or else both to GA, depending on what's easiest for you.)
As a retired gentleman, the occasions when I need dressier shoes come less often than previously, and while I liked the looks of the CU shoes on their site I was more intrigued by the suede Barcelona driving mocs. Living in Atlanta I popped into the store a few weeks ago and was so impressed by the products and the people that I picked up two pairs. Very nice shoes at a fair price.
Would be in for 6 bottles if this comes to pass.
Daughter is located in the Emory area currently though may be relocating just outside the perimeter closer to Norcross. Car is a 2008 A4.
My daughter's Infiniti G37 was totaled this week and among the possible replacement cars she's considering is a used Audi. She had been using a very good independent outfit (T3) for her maintenance since they handle both Infiniti and Lexus. But was just curious if any of the forumites might know about and recommend a non-dealership provider of car maintenance services for German vehicles in the north (preferably Northeast) metro Atlanta area.
Thomas - While the hills above San Antonio are no treat, the courses around Atlanta (where I live) have their fair share of hills, heat, and humidity. Pulling me back to San Antonio (where I have friends and family) at least twice a year for races is the fact that (unlike Atlanta) the SA running club gets points in the plus column for (a) cheap entry fees, (b) good shirts, (c) beer and breakfast tacos as an incentive to finish.
15.5 (25k) at the San Antonio Endurathon on Saturday. Not an outstanding performance. Totally aside from the fact that my glory days as a distance runner were 30 years ago, the air seemed to be full of pollen, there was a fairly stiff breeze and the course organizers had reversed the course this year so that there was a 7.5 mile stretch of fairly flat terrain followed by 8 miles of the innocuous-sounding 'rolling hills' at the end. The Hill Country should be renamed the...
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