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    Rochester is a heavy agricultural district known for corn, melons, cabbage, apples and cherries. We live on the edge of a huge apple orchard and our son used to get money in summers working in the orchard picking fruit.

    No need to worry about inexpensive carbs! We have plenty here. Fruit and vegetable stands about every mile with some of the finest corn you can eat. And, thank God, no drought here. Just some erratic rain.

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    In Rochester you can get chicken wings like they were intended to be prepared, beef on weck and white hots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Consider "spaghetti with "out" sauce".
    And spaghetti with oil (or butter), cheap vermouth and bacon crumbles makes a nearly authentic Italian dish. A little garlic powder and some grated cheese! Mmmmm.

    I had days like this as a 2nd Lt. in the AF and then as a grad student. Come to think of it, in the early days at EK it wasn't easy either.

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    Good luck. I grew up in Rochester a few blocks from the Eastman house. I still miss the city at times, even though I'm very happy where I'm at. There's just something that feels "right" about Rochester to me (but it's not the lack of sun in the winter).

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    So? I still miss Pittsburgh!

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    Who said film is dead? Analog photography is in good hands
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    The fix is in!

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    How's the skiing in the east? Where's closest/best place from Rochester? I've gotten pretty used to an annual ski trip to the Rockies, but I think this year it's gonna be in the Appalachians!
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe

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    There are 3 or 4 great skiing resorts within about 30 miles of Rochester. In the winter, they show skiing condition updates live on the news.

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    Yes Holmburgers,
    I wish you the very best in upstate N.Y. I was born and raised in N.Y.C. and places "upstate" were as foreign to me as Nepal. Sudying under Ron sounds exciting (I mean intelectualy, not sexualy). Chemical photography will see a rebirth, after all circuitry on Earth is wiped out via sunspots, or Atomic detination in the atmosphere. It can happen!
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    Not alot of skiing in Central Park.



 

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