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    PS: Anyone ever been to Squire's Castle? Looks like it might be an interesting place to shoot next time.
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    Thanks again John & Dolly for hosting a great weekend! Got to see everybody's fine work, burn 10 sheets of film, and even mess around with the dangerously addictive 7x17.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    PS: Anyone ever been to Squire's Castle? Looks like it might be an interesting place to shoot next time.
    Been there a bunch of times. It's fun, kind of cliche for photos, and will most likely be riddled with kids & families no matter when you choose to go. It's a very popular weekend picnic/recreation/photo spot in the metroparks.
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    The family reunion in Hocking Hills was wonderful. Too bad I missed you all, Dolly & John does a great job of hosting.

    Jeff,
    I've been to Squire's Castle, unique place, I'd rather be in Scotland but for Ohio it's not bad. Early might be nice without all the tourists.

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    Thanks guys. Sounds like it could be an interesting spot, or a complete bust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mat4226 View Post
    ....even mess around with the dangerously addictive 7x17.
    I sent Mat home with Clyde Rogers' For sale ad from the LF Forum for a Canham 7x17, six SS filmholders and some other stuff all previously owned by Sandy King. That should cause some sleepless nights. I told him I only waited fifty years for mine. I have noticed that for some unexplained reason that well meant comment does not lead to greater patience in anyone.

    Glad you all were here.

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    Very sorry to have missed you Saturday. I had to drop off work for a juried show Saturday afternoon in Warren (which I had thought was next weekend). We made a quick detour to Nelson's Ledges on the way over and it started pouring rain so we stopped at Peter's friend "Randall's" in Garretsville for food - he gave us the boot because reservations are now required on weekends! So... we ended up at the Brewery in the old mill next door and the rain never stopped. We wussed out and headed back home... It was our loss as I regret not seeing everyone's new work!

    The good news is that both of my 4x5 prints were accepted in the show at Warren... I had not entered or otherwise shown anything this year so was glad to have something to put on the resume.

    I'm planning on a fall sunrise shoot or two at Nelson Ledges once it cools down a bit so I'll be sure to post when I'm going in case any of the locals want to join me. (We've done this before and had a great time.) Maybe we can make reservations for lunch at Randall's again!

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    Things keep getting better, new faces, carbon prints, more Atget, development by inspection, new ice cream place....Thanks John and Dolly!

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    Thanks John and Dolly for hosting another great event. I was only there Saturday, but that was quite a bit of activity to do in one day-very nice!

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    I'm sorry to have missed it but got stuck in the SQL Server upgrade from hell. Hopefully next time...

    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs View Post
    I'm sorry to have missed it but got stuck in the SQL Server upgrade from hell. Hopefully next time...

    Mike
    Sorry Mike. We missed you.
    We are tentatively planning the next gathering for Fri 9/30, Sat 10/ 1 and Sunday
    !0/2. Hope you and all the rest can make it.

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