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Best Answer GSSucks , Yesterday, 05:02 PM

No. PASR volunteers. We need to keep costs down to keep the beer that Jeff provides free.

 

I was talking to Jeff the other night, he said that PASR will be supplying all the beer for the lot, for the entire season. He is such a nice young man. 

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#21 toast21602

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Posted Yesterday, 01:40 PM

Going to Blue's tent sale Sat.  Probably lay out the pad for the PASR ski shack while i am there.  

 

I'll send you the blueprints for the footprint that it will require. Maybe we can get Jeff to sponsor some money from PASR to expand the pad and give us a nice patio pad.


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Posted Yesterday, 01:47 PM

I'll send you the blueprints for the footprint that it will require. Maybe we can get Jeff to sponsor some money from PASR to expand the pad and give us a nice patio pad.

 

That would be a nice add-on.  That parking lot is such a mess when it gets wet....if the floors in the PASR ski shack look anything like the floor mats in my truck i will be somewhat dissapointed.  


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Posted Yesterday, 02:02 PM

That would be a nice add-on.  That parking lot is such a mess when it gets wet....if the floors in the PASR ski shack look anything like the floor mats in my truck i will be somewhat dissapointed.  

 

Yeah exactly. Thats where the patio comes into play. Maybe we can just hook up some propane heat lamps from the tank that we will be using to supply the grilling surface? Let me know your thoughts and I can modify the design a bit.


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Posted Yesterday, 02:26 PM

Yeah exactly. Thats where the patio comes into play. Maybe we can just hook up some propane heat lamps from the tank that we will be using to supply the grilling surface? Let me know your thoughts and I can modify the design a bit.

 

Do that, but keep in mind then we will most likely need to upgrade the propane tanks, and regulator sizing may change.  I doubt this will be of any consequence to the permits, but i dont want to compromise my waffles being hot and toasty for some heat lamps.    


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Posted Yesterday, 02:28 PM

Do that, but keep in mind then we will most likely need to upgrade the propane tanks, and regulator sizing may change.  I doubt this will be of any consequence to the permits, but i dont want to compromise my waffles being hot and toasty for some heat lamps.    

Why not just run a natural gas line? It should be pretty easy to trench through that parking lot. 


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Posted Yesterday, 02:42 PM

Why not just run a natural gas line? It should be pretty easy to trench through that parking lot.


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Posted Yesterday, 02:44 PM

Is it being built with union labor?



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Posted Yesterday, 02:50 PM

Why not just run a natural gas line? It should be pretty easy to trench through that parking lot. 

 

That would depend upon the pipeline. I'm not letting some pipeline that may or may not go in hold up my waffles.   There is currently no natural gas there.  


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Posted Yesterday, 02:52 PM

That would depend upon the pipeline. I'm not letting some pipeline that may or may not go in hold up my waffles.   There is currently no natural gas there.  

Logical and fair


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Posted Yesterday, 03:20 PM

Is it being built with union labor?

 

No. PASR volunteers. We need to keep costs down to keep the beer that Jeff provides free.


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Posted Yesterday, 05:02 PM   Best Answer

No. PASR volunteers. We need to keep costs down to keep the beer that Jeff provides free.

 

I was talking to Jeff the other night, he said that PASR will be supplying all the beer for the lot, for the entire season. He is such a nice young man. 


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Posted Yesterday, 05:32 PM

I was talking to Jeff the other night, he said that PASR will be supplying all the beer for the lot, for the entire season. He is such a nice young man. 

 

Wow. This is such a gracious donation to the loyal PASR members who have given him fame from this site. I'd say it is long overdue, but that would be wrong. This is a donation being made at the most appropriate of times. 


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Posted Yesterday, 05:34 PM

That's great I thought VTMark was gonna supply everybody with beer then I would know what sobriety was like.
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Posted Yesterday, 05:51 PM

Sold all but 4 items that'll roll over into the Nov. Tent sale.



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Posted Yesterday, 06:44 PM

Moe Ghoul do you still have your Coombas?




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