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Silas' Rainier Beer Skis 8^}
« on: 06/11/17, 07:08 AM »

I was poking around Silas' garage Friday
and saw some gems hanging from the rafters.
Silas was in a pretty good mood so I asked, 'will you will me those'. Without any hesitations he said, 'yes'. I should have took a pic cuz they are so cool.
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Re: Silas' Rainier Beer Skis 8^}
« Reply #1 on: 06/11/17, 07:50 AM »

Sneaking into the inheritance I see. Stay out, you weasel!
Okay. You can have the Tercel collection...
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Re: Silas' Rainier Beer Skis 8^}
« Reply #2 on: 06/11/17, 07:55 PM »

"garage" You mean Tercel carriage house
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Re: Silas' Rainier Beer Skis 8^}
« Reply #3 on: 06/12/17, 09:02 AM »

I was poking around Silas' garage Friday
and saw some gems hanging from the rafters.
Silas was in a pretty good mood so I asked, 'will you will me those'. Without any hesitations he said, 'yes'. I should have took a pic cuz they are so cool.

Did he let you into the house to visit the "strategy room"?
The books, maps, photo albums, etc. in there should seriously be willed to some historian or club!

"garage" You mean Tercel carriage house

It's no longer up on blocks in the driveway?
(And in a very nice & neat neighborhood too!)
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Re: Silas' Rainier Beer Skis 8^}
« Reply #4 on: 06/13/17, 05:32 AM »

it all began when he asked me if I wanted the hammered tercel.
after respectfully declining, he walked away long enough for me to enter the museum.
before he could 'escort' me out, I spotted the gems and knowing this may be my one shot at those skis, meekly requested them for my museum.
Probably smart on Silas' part not letting me in the house.
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