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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Doogy R » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:08 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:Scratch the Vermillion party from the list, Paul. We've had a family member pass and will be at a funeral tomorrow. Sorry to miss everyone, stay safe and dry!


Sorry to hear the news Ed. You all be safe as well.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Mandy R » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:53 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:Scratch the Vermillion party from the list, Paul. We've had a family member pass and will be at a funeral tomorrow.


Sorry for your loss, I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Deb Hall » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:59 pm

For anyone who hasn't been out this way yet: Hurstbourne is totally clean and dry- as is 22 if you take the GeneSSnyder to 22 and then drop down Hurstbourne.

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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Paul Mick » Fri Jan 30, 2009 1:28 pm

Ed Vermillion wrote:Scratch the Vermillion party from the list, Paul. We've had a family member pass and will be at a funeral tomorrow. Sorry to miss everyone, stay safe and dry!


I'm sorry to hear about your loss Ed. My prayers are with your family.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Paul Mick » Fri Jan 30, 2009 1:31 pm

Deb Hall wrote:For anyone who hasn't been out this way yet: Hurstbourne is totally clean and dry- as is 22 if you take the GeneSnyder to 22 and then drop down Hurstbourne.

Deb


Thanks for the info Deb. You preempted my question about the road conditions.

Also, here's the list so far:

Andrea E and Mike
Mandy R
Tom Holstein+Gina
Nira K
Steve P and Becky
Heather Y
Doogy R+Guest
Gayle DeM
Alan H
Robin and Mary
John and Anne
Cassie and Owen M
Me
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Doogy R » Fri Jan 30, 2009 2:14 pm

Paul Mick wrote:
Deb Hall wrote:For anyone who hasn't been out this way yet: Hurstbourne is totally clean and dry- as is 22 if you take the GeneSnyder to 22 and then drop down Hurstbourne.

Deb


Thanks for the info Deb. You preempted my question about the road conditions.

Also, here's the list so far:

Andrea E and Mike
Mandy R
Tom Holstein+Gina
Nira K
Steve P and Becky
GaryF
Heather Y
Doogy R+Guest
Gayle DeM
Alan H
Robin and Mary
John and Anne
Cassie and Owen M
Me


Not that it's a big deal, but I will be coming alone. I look forward to seeing everyone I've already met and also to all the new forumites I have yet to meet.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby GaryF » Fri Jan 30, 2009 2:36 pm

I probably won't make it- I had a lot of car damage and am on the wait list for a rental. Have a goos time.
Ed- my thoughts ar with you and the family. Keep safe.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Paul Mick » Fri Jan 30, 2009 3:58 pm

GaryF wrote:I probably won't make it- I had a lot of car damage and am on the wait list for a rental. Have a goos time.
Ed- my thoughts ar with you and the family. Keep safe.


Sorry you can't make it Gary. I hope everything works out with your car.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Alan H » Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:20 pm

Paul forgive me, I so wanted to do this offline at Bombay, but I now have 2 managers including myself without power and will be at the restaurant Saturday.I look forward to meeting all next Monday, Alan
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Carol C » Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:00 pm

Paul,
We just got electricity/internet back tonight. Obviously, Kathy did not come this week. I plan on being there tomorrow if it is still possible. Looking forward to seeing everyone and enjoying some good Indian food. Thanks for organizing this offline.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Suzi Bernert » Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:29 pm

Since my trip to Gatlinburg got cancelled and it looks like there are some openings, barring any new problems - still no power at home - Richard and I would like to come. Hope we see you all tomorrow!!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Mandy R » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:25 am

Hooray! I was disappointed when you had said you couldn't come Suzi (you're the only one I've actually spoken to lol). But I just had a thought, I had accidently clicked on the first Offline Bombay Grill thread and was reminded of this....wasn't this Stephen's idea in the first place? Where the heck has he been in all this?

Ok editing here, I am REALLY tired and realized how bad that sounded...I am really sorry you had to miss out on the trip, that is terrible. I was just expressing my happiness in getting to see you again :)
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Paul Mick » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:36 am

I'm sorry to hear you can't make it Alan. Good luck with getting back power.

As for Carol, Suzi, and anyone else, you're more than welcome to attend. There should be plenty of space. I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby GaryF » Sat Jan 31, 2009 2:31 am

Mandy R wrote:Hooray! I was dissapointed when you had said you couldn't come Suzi (you're the only one I've actually spoken to lol). But I just had a thought, I had accidently clicked on the first Offline Bombay Grill thread and was reminded of this....wasn't this Stephen's idea in the first place? Where the heck has he been in all this?


My first guess- opening Z's. :)
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

Postby Robin Garr » Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:20 am

Ed Vermillion wrote:Scratch the Vermillion party from the list, Paul. We've had a family member pass and will be at a funeral tomorrow. Sorry to miss everyone, stay safe and dry!

Ed, condolences on your loss.
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