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: ksherman <>
Date: Thu, 07 Jan 1999 09:36:14 +0000

harrison and bill,
would be great fun!  if i can match my schedule with yours, i'm in too.  :-)

At 09:11 AM 1/7/99 -0600, you wrote:
>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
>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: