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It's the inside of The Green Dragon pub in New Zealand. :o)
sorry to learn we will miss seeing you. Hope everything goes well for you and your family in California. maybe next year?
Hi, your zombie pic in the Green Dragon thread's background is Atlanta! LOL.
Jasper, I just was blown away by your post of toto. What is that???

Lorraine from BC
Just a heads up: there is a new thread in Green Dragon talking about a summer meet-up in Victoria? Might you be interested?

Hope to see you Feb. 10 at 3rd Place, 7 pm to talk about Peace Like a River.

Thanks Jasper.

Hey, I think that Maggie and I left the book club start time up to you so please let us know what works best for you.

Hi Jasper,

As the senior LTer in the new Seattle Book Club, I was hoping you can answer an etiquette question for me.

Would it be considered spam or rude, by LT standards, to send personal comments to the members of the Seattle group telling them about our new reading group?

I would love to have more involvement in our group...but I don't want to do anything annoying either.

Please let me know what you think.

Hey, Jasper, CarolO & I are talking about starting a book group. Maybe at 3rd Place. Any interest? We are talking in the Seattle group.

Fun meeting you. Thanks for your participation.
I'm so glad I got the chance to meet you. The meet-up was great fun. And I really appreciated the chance to try the little steamers at Ivar's. This Nebraska cow-country girl had never tasted them before. (Ask me about bull-fries. That I know.) I enjoyed the clams, the hospitality, the laughs and the books. Thanks again for a great weekend.
Ah HA! Now I see why that Mad Book appealed to you so much!!!! lol :-)

Just wanted to thank you so much for the delicious clam appetizer you treated us all to at Ivar's. You're right, it was something not to be missed. I'm so glad we were all able to meet, I really did have wonderful time. Now when I read these books and look at them it will always bring a smile.

Thanks Jasper :-)
I thought Fremont was the Center of the Universe, then I noticed you said Burien was the Center of the Known Universe. Interesting distinction.

I'll enjoy meeting you this summer.
I had to laugh outloud. I was reading the thread about where do you live and your comment that it was the bestest place made me think, hmmm, where does he live? because I know I live in the best place. And here I live in or near Seattle! as do I. I live between Bothell and Woodinville because I can't afford Seattle proper anymore. Such a laugh! It is the best place in the world, without reservation.

On a different topic - were you thinking of join us for the summer Green Dragon get together? There is a thread for the Pacific NW and I hope you have had a chance to consider joining us. The more the merrier.
Nice profile picture! ;o)
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