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  1. #406
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    Benjaman: I would like to ask about this comment:

    "I remember Bismarks. the Best ones were custard filled and dusted with confectioner's sugar. I do not remember them in Colorado. In Georgia all you can get is Krystal Doughnuts and they are nothing but a grease laden doughball whose real purpose in life is to give you a heart attack."

    What size of the bismark are you refering too, the round, as in jelly filled or the oval as in eclairs?

    It's possible to track down a bakery in Indy who specialized in a certian type. Thanks

  2. #407
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolwood View Post
    Benjaman: I would like to ask about this comment:

    "I remember Bismarks. the Best ones were custard filled and dusted with confectioner's sugar. I do not remember them in Colorado. In Georgia all you can get is Krystal Doughnuts and they are nothing but a grease laden doughball whose real purpose in life is to give you a heart attack."

    What size of the bismark are you refering too, the round, as in jelly filled or the oval as in eclairs?

    It's possible to track down a bakery in Indy who specialized in a certian type. Thanks
    This is what prompted me to ask him about Roseyln Bakeries earlier ... a beloved bakery in Central Indiana ... went out of business in the past 5+ years. Hope it triggers something ... mmmm-mmmm!
    Last edited by wadahoot; 03-22-2010 at 03:26 AM.

  3. #408
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    Article or blog titled does anyone remember these Denver Restaurants. Thought Mr. Kyle might be interested in it if he hasn't already seen it.

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/374623
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  4. #409
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    Ben, you mention you like Sean John, Orvis and Filsen clothing.
    Here is what I came up with:
    Filsen Clothing can be bought at these local stores in Colorado:
    McGuckin Hardware, Boulder, Co
    Burlap Bag, Colorado Springs, Co
    Rio Grand Co, Denver, Co
    M.W. Reynolds Traditional Country Sports, Englewood, Co
    Jax Outdoor Gear, Fort Collins, Co
    Zirkel Trading, Steamboar Springs, Co
    Black Bear Trading, Telluride, Co

    There are no authorized dealers in Indiana and would have to be ordered thru a catalog.

    Orvis Clothing can be bought at these local stores in Colorado:
    Willowfly Anglers, Almont, Co
    Arkanglers, Salida, Co
    Breckenridge Outfitters, Breckenridge, Co
    Angler's Covey, Colorado Springs, Co
    Bucking Rainbow Outfitters, Steamboat Springs, Co
    Scenic Mesa Ranch, Hotchkiss, Co
    Kinsley Outfitters, Boulder, Co
    Elktrout Lodge, Kremmling, Co
    Blue Quill Angler, Evergreen, Co
    Fly Fishing Outfitters, Avon, Co
    The Home Ranch, Clark, Co
    Smoking River Guides, Meeker, Co
    The Lodge and Spa at Cordillera, Edwards, Co
    Kirks Fly Shop, Estes Park, Co
    C Lazy U Ranch, Granby, Co
    Broadacres Ranch, Creede, Co
    Gunnison River Expeditions, Hotchkiss, Co
    Capt. Matt Thomas, Aspen, Co
    The High Lonesome Lodge, DeBeque, Co
    Garretson's Sport Center, Greeley, Co
    Gore Creek Flyfisherman, Vail, Co
    Jax, Inc, Fort Collins, Co
    Telluride Sports, Telluride, Co
    Arkansas River Fly Shop, Salida, Co
    Taylor Creek, Basalt, Co
    Roaring Fork Anglers, Glenwood Springs, Co
    Anglers Covey, Colorado Springs, Co
    Three Rivers Resort, Almont, Co
    Taylor Creek, Aspen, Co
    Blue Quill Angler, Evergreen, Co
    Rio Grande Angler, Creede, Co
    Orvis Rod and Tackle, Englewood, Co
    Orvis Company, Denver, Co
    Bucking Rainbow Outfitters, Steamboat Springs, Co
    Pomeroy Sports, Aspen, Co
    Caddis Co., Durango, Co
    Ski and Bow Rack, Pagosa Springs, Co
    North Park Anglers, Walden, Co

    Orvis in Indiana:
    JI Waters Company, Bloomington, IN
    Orvis Company, Carmel, IN

    Ben, I am wondering if you like to fish? Also, do any of these names sound familiar?
    Last edited by carolwood; 03-22-2010 at 12:01 PM.

  5. #410
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    Great list, Carolwood!

    Orvis in Indianapolis (Carmel) just open a few years ago, so that can be counted out.

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    Benjaman.. If you were born in 1948; you were probably into T Rex in the 70's..

    Any thoughts when you hear it?

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUUZL4R4h1s"]Baby Strange - T Rex[/ame]

  7. #412
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    Roselvr, someone born in or around 1948, give or take a couple of years would've graduated high school in the mid 1960s to latter 1960s, as did I. I listened to the clip, and I don't think I've ever heard that song or heard of the band. The most popular muscians we listened to were The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul & Mary, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Janis Joplin, James Taylor among others, and the whole musical sound track from "Forest Gump." As you know, some of these groups continued their popularity into the 70s, so many of us were still listening to the same bands or people.

    T Rex=
    Last edited by justthinkin; 03-30-2010 at 04:02 PM.

  8. #413
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    Here's one you should know. lol

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVEhDrJzM8E[/ame]

  9. #414
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    Quote Originally Posted by justthinkin View Post
    Roselvr, someone born in or around 1948, give or take a couple of years would've graduated high school in the mid 1960s to latter 1960s, as did I.
    I do not think he was born in 48; guess I should have said that as well. I think he's born in the mid/late 50's

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  10. #415
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roselvr View Post
    I do not think he was born in 48; guess I should have said that as well. I think he's born in the mid/late 50's

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    Yes, T-Rec. I was born late 50's. BANG AGONG, GET ON!
    My sister is 10 years older, and mid 60's would include stuff like Johnny Mathis, Frankie Valley (and the 4 Seasons) maybe a little Petula Clark kinda music. Ohhh, yeah, I remember her playing "the lettermen".
    Last edited by Imbackon; 03-30-2010 at 11:57 PM.


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