We're flying into General Mitchell on the 18th to see my family. Since I'm
not allowed to make any decisions about the agenda, I'm sure I won't be
there. But at least while I'll delude myself into thinking that I *could*
visit if the stars and planets align.
Heck - I'm mailing back Usinger brats anyway - so what's the big deal if I
box up a RAS too, right?
On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 01:22:38 +0000, Unisaw A100 wrote:
...and lots of folks out west feel the same at the demise of the Oly
Brewery complex in Olympia, WA :-(
Personally, I liked Rainier (long gone) better, but my FIL
(also long gone) worked in the Oly facility for 35 years. Sure do miss
those "short" tours and the FIL.
"If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange apples
then you and I will still each have one apple.
I think I was an early teenager when I went with Dad on some sort of
business call to the plant. I recall walking through the cafeteria - and
seeing cases on both the East and West ends of the beanery.
The ones to the East were full, the ones to the West were for the empties.
I think I asked - and was told it was OK for the crew to have "a beer" over
Over the years, I've ruminated on this and am puzzled, not by the obvious
since my visit predated OSHA, but over refrigeration. I don't recall seeing
any beer in a fridge. I guess they were willing to drink it warm.
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