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We're really trying.

It must appear to our reader that we’re waging a two-man campaign against Chateauneuf du Pape. On this site and on the Wine Society web-site we have both posted negative comments and, to be fair, others have done the same. 272 more words

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Trinity Hill Homage 2009

This wine was the second, fortunately, of two red wines tasted on Sunday. And what a lovely drop it was. From the noted Gimblett Gravels, sub region of Hawkes Bay, North Island, NZ, the Syrah grape produces a drink in the same style as the northern Rhone. 261 more words

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Last of the Big Red

Title: Last of the Big Red
Gear: iPad Pro 10.5 rear camera (1/30 sec, f/1.8, ISO 40)
Camera app: ProCam
Processed with… 22 more words

Photography

A bully of a wine

I think it must be a function of my ‘advancing’ years that my liking for big red wines has waned. However, this is not happening to my fellow sipper who just happens to be more ‘advanced’ than me. 227 more words

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Cornell American Gladiators Training

The Big Red are not fooling around this November.

Everyone wants to be recruited.

Not everyone wants try to beat a double team on astro turf. 25 more words

NCAA

Gear Head Tuesday - Ford's "Big Red" Turbine Truck of 1964

Hat tip to “David P.” for today’s post which is adapted and expanded from LiveTrucking. Also, “B-Squared” supplied the last two images.

“Big Red” was 96 feet long and 13 feet tall. 483 more words

Gear Head Tuesday

My Life in Guitars – Part 7 (the Penultimate Entry)

I confess, I often act under the delusion that if I get a certain type of guitar, talent will somehow rub off on me. It’s kind of like Arthur pulling the sword from the stone—KAPOW! 414 more words

Philosophy