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Mini-Herf and BBQ
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SenorPablo
Posted 6/10/2007 4:46 PM (#86)
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Since there have been no posts on this forum yet, I thought i'd share an "event" - a mini-herf of sorts. Kind of a last minute thing where we all piled into a car and headed to a buddies house (Ted on this forum - tnt956) for some grillin and cigars with a bottle of tawny port. Good company, good food, and good cigars and drinks. Crazy kids running around. Fresh Tuna from Bob! Dusk rolled around and the guys hung together for a good smoke of some fine cigars. I had a CAO Mx2 Toro, which was a bit pricey but only still a decent smoke - see the review. Ted raved about his (claimed it was 5 stars) so we should see his review soon. May have talked Bob into joining the site and putting up a review as well. It might have been thrown together quickly but it came together great. Definitely need to do it again soon!

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Posted 6/10/2007 6:12 PM (#87 - in reply to #86)
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Sounds like a good time! Nothing better than hanging with the homies. We had something similar. It involved bikes a camp ground and NO kids! It wasn't exactly a kid friendly party if you know what I mean.

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Posted 6/11/2007 12:39 PM (#92 - in reply to #86)
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It was a great time! It's always nice just to hang out in a relaxing atmosphere with a good cigar and good friends!

I'm still recovering from tawny port (since I don't drink liquor that often!) and a 7:00am tee time the next day at a course that was 45 minutes away! Needless to say my game was not very good.

I had the Romeo Y Julieta Romeo y Julieta Reserve Maduro Churchill and it was excellent! Bob had the Montecristo Double Corona and was very happy with it.


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