Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1999/01/07

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Tennessee/NW Ala./NE Ga photo outing???
From: Bill Grimwood <>
Date: Thu, 07 Jan 1999 09:11:56 -0600

Harrison count me in.  I will bring my Ford van and provide transportation
for the group unless it is bigger than the van will hold.  While we are at
Swanee we could stop at the Mt Eagle Winery and get a few free samples and
make a whole day of it.  There is also the George Dickel distillery but
ther tour ther does not compare to Jack Daniels.  At Jack Daniels they just
love to get some yankee and tease him the whole way through the tour.

I have friends visiting in a couple of weeks from New Jersey, they think
Yellow Label is a new type of whiskey, and I plan to take them on the tour.
 I will inquire about a photo shoot and let everyone know.

I have a pretty busy schedule so I will need to set a date that is convenient.

Let me add to you Luggers that Harrison is a gentleman and a scholar, a lot
of fun to be with.

Bill Grimwood

At 10:23 PM 1/6/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Hello LUG,
>  Yesterday  I  made a post following up on one of Bill Grimwood's about
>  doing a photo outing to the JD distillery.
>  I am not kidding here.
>  1) the area around there is rather pretty, even pretty in winter.
>  2) It would be fun. If there is time I know several photogenic spots
>  around  the  area  (remember my day job is working as a photographer
>  for the company that makes the Tennessee vacation guide)
>  3)Bill  Grimwood  is  one  heck  of a great guy...can't say much for
>  myself  but  I guarantee you would enjoy spending the day with Bill.
>  (assuming Bill comes along)
>  So come on any of you folks in the area want to do it?
>  If not Jack Daniel's maybe Sewanee, a beautiful university on 10,000
>  acres based on Oxford University in England? I spent part of my wild
>  times  in  college  there  a  beautiful  setting and great sandstone
>  buildings....
>  Any other suggestions?
>  Somewhere  the  fellows  from  Atlanta  would be willing to come to?
>  Can't  think  of much pretty in NW Ga, but is there some thing in
>  NE Alabama?
>  If   no   one   from   the  south,  how  about  Ky?   Any  LUGS  in
>  Louisville/Lexington want to come down to the Bowling Green area?
>Best regards,
> Harrison
>preview my book: