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    Quote Originally Posted by teufelhund

    Well, I have several pics of me online but it's best to just imagine my avatar with tattoos and a high-n-tight instead.



    DD
    i used to have a high and tight when i was in the army. Now i have a high and nothing

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    Ah, what the heck... Here is one with my son when he graduated from Great Lakes:

    http://flickr.com/photos/10525574@N02/2624135158/

    And one in this year's Ren Fest Garb:

    http://flickr.com/photos/10525574@N02/2624143514/

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurie_gator
    And one in this year's Ren Fest Garb:
    I'm in love...

    ...with the outfit of course!

    With a grin,
    Pewter

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    Here's a picture of me at Alafia last year camping in Florida. Pre 1840's mountan man, fir trapper type rendevzous with over 2,000 people showing up for a week of fun.

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    Might as well since I'm trying to join this little community of meadmakers...

    If this works, this is me getting chased down by Fox Glacier (pronounced glAseeair) in southern New Zealand, and after I escaped it's icy grasp.
    Last edited by EverGreenman; 11-24-2008 at 05:25 PM.
    He drinks from the empty acorn cup
    the dew that dawn sweetly bestows.
    And taps his cane upon the ground ---
    signals the snowdrops it's time to grow.

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    Another beard! I think I will have to grow some facial hair or risk standing out.

    Do I sense another Jethro Tull fan?

    Angus
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    A feast is no use without good talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angus View Post
    Do I sense another Jethro Tull fan?
    That would be me, just took a while to radiate out from Dubuque to Milwaukee. After all... how many people have the 43 minute "Thick as a Brick" single on CD and listen to it regularly. Firing it up now as a matter of fact.

    Cheers,
    Wrathwilde

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    Good choice Wrath. Awesome double album. I have to confess, I have every single recording of both Tull and Ian Anderson. Currently cannot stop listening to "The Secret Language of Birds". Wonderful tunes to brew to.

    Angus
    Chan fhíach cuírm gun a còmhradh

    A feast is no use without good talk.

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    Here I am preaching to the choir. I have a soul patch and hate to shave. Does that count toward the beard thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRATHWILDE View Post
    how many people have the 43 minute "Thick as a Brick" single on CD and listen to it regularly.
    ::raises hand::

    Have either of you the Isle of White DVD? Simply classic.
    He drinks from the empty acorn cup
    the dew that dawn sweetly bestows.
    And taps his cane upon the ground ---
    signals the snowdrops it's time to grow.

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    This is a pic of me and Misty on our Wedding Day (7-26-0. We got married just the 2 of us @ Tybee Island on the beach at sunset!

    Dave
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    Me and the Mrs. with Tippi at Cunningham Falls State Park, Md.

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    Author of the Amazon kindle book The Clan and the Crown, also search 'Darter Elfgard' and 'Lux Halfhand'.

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    Well, darn. Again. I've spent the last several months trying to hit all the threads on this huge site, and every time I think I at least glanced at them all, someone comes along and dredges up a thread I completely missed.

    Thanks to Darter for stirring up the bottom of the carboy!

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    My wife, Simone, and I are in the first two pics in THIS gallery. Our SCA shire was hosting the kingdom's Crown Tournament in July.
    Dave

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    Things are always more complicated than they are

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    In the carnivorous plant section of the greenhouse


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    Since I wasn't on here for the first go 'round. I'll post a few of me this time.

    This is me with my new kilt and old paintball marker. The beard is not normally that color.



    Here are two of me in Kentucky, a little detour on the way home from visiting our son at Little Rock AFB in Arkansas.



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    The problem with the world is that everyone is a few drinks behind. - Humphrey Bogart

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    Oh, bother. Fine, I'm sure someone must have gotten curious by now.
    From the bonny bells of heather
    They brewed a drink long-syne,
    Was sweeter far than honey,
    Was stronger far than wine.

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    That's funny, you look something like how I expect my girlfriend will look when she's a bit older, tattoos and all.

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    She really needs to learn how to make a proper chai.
    From the bonny bells of heather
    They brewed a drink long-syne,
    Was sweeter far than honey,
    Was stronger far than wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic Alchemist View Post
    She really needs to learn how to make a proper chai.
    Well, she is working on her punjabi cooking (as am I), but since she can't drink chai I don't think it's too high on her priority list! Once I get a decent recipe and the spices I'll try making it with plain soy milk... might be okay, might not. We'll find out.
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