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SCAA Seattle 2005

Postby Beanie » Mon Apr 04, 2005 9:50 pm

Okay, I've signed up :shock:

kingseven & mattmills have indicated that they are going. Anyone else? Want to meet up?

Cheers,
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Postby Beanie » Thu Apr 07, 2005 4:44 am

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Postby hairy.bob » Thu Apr 07, 2005 10:03 pm

I would have loved to have gone - Seattle in April is great - but I've only just found out about it (thru your posing in fact) and work won't let me go (sob)
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Postby Beanie » Fri Apr 08, 2005 6:20 am

What a shame, HB :( Despite having lived in Vancouver for years, I've never actually visited Seattle proper... only ever got as far as Bellevue (10 min. away) for a girls' shopping spree day eons ago :twisted:

Well, it seems no one wants to meet up, so I should have plenty of time for shopping around... and of course, visit some cafes :) So, here's the offer: if there's something (not too big & heavy) that anyone wants that's difficult to find in EU, let me know and I'll pick it up on your behalf. Shipping from NL should be muuuch cheaper and of course, I'll try to get it "tax-free" ;)

I'm also going to try to make it to Tamper-land. Am itching for an RB tamper and would like to try those Espro thingies too (may be useful for future barista training purposes).

Oh, I'm leaving on Tues., so you have the whole wknd for think about what you want ;)

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Postby Joey » Fri Apr 08, 2005 9:55 am

Hey, did you read the tipps I gave in that other thread? Use the hints ....
Iam in a hurry, sorry, can't help more now.... I mean things as visiting vivace and trying the Vita blend....
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