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ewww,tequila,even worms can't stomach that stuff,gag gag
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Give this a shot some time:

"A glass of gin with a cucumber in it"


1 1/2 ounce Hendricks Gin
2 more ounces of Hendricks Gin
Ice
1 slice of cucumber

Enjoy!


Repeat as necessary for desired effect.
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Brenda,
Gary seems like a really nice guy and he's a musician to boot, among other good qualities. I'd take him up on his offer if I thought I was you. He'd probably even tolerate those funny cigarettes you like to smoke!

Gary,
Funny thing. I was just down in Marathon. An old friend bought a San Juan 28' sailboat (for pretty cheap) that is at a live aboard marina where he pays $450/month rent. Very laid back place off of Coco Plum Ave on Ave "I".
We also visited a bar/restaurant on Boot Key harbor that had live music and seemed like Jimmy Buffet might not be far away. They had a band of live aboards playing that night but fortunately you could not hear the Banjo player very well. I know you would like this place (off Sombrero Rd.).

Hell, I'd join you for your trip down south if my wife would let me and if I was invited. Nevertheless, it ain't happening for me as I'm not a big fan of flavored rhums.

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Have I got a deal for you! If you can cook, I'll clean the fish, supply the rum (preferably coconut), mix the drinks, and I'll sail the boat, and provide live music. The boat is leaving the Chesapeake's upper reaches October 1, 2012 and will, hopefully, arrive in Marathon Key, FL by November 1, 2012.

I'm halfway though a Green Coconut Margaretta:
2-shots Margaretta Mix (Jose Cuervo traditional lime)
1-shot Melon Liquor
1-shot Coconut Rum
1-shot Gold Tequila

Over ice cubes, lightly stirred--OH YEAH!

Cheers,

Gary
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Thanks for the tips on the bars--I'll definitely check them out. I only do about two dozen Jimmy Buffett songs, but I'm always learning new ones. He is pretty amazing, and what most folks don't know is he's an avid fly angler.

Thanks again,

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My personal drink of choice is easy, either DrP over ice, or Tea over ice with some sugar.........

not sure what some of this other stuff you all are mentioning personally.......
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ehhh, ruhm....

How about:

Sailor's Manhattan

3 oz. bourbon (Knob Creek, Woodford Reserve, or equal)
large pinch white pepper
small pinch grated ginger
two shakes Angostura Bitters
dash sweet vermouth

Shake well with ice and serve neat in rocks glass.
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thats still too complicated,those all sound like acaholics drinks,us ordinary drunks like to keep it simple
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in a mixing glass pour 2 oz vodka
1.5 oz mango flavored rum
juice of 1/2 juicy lime
1 tea sugar

stir

stir

stir

stir

get a chilled martinin glass from the freezer

stir

put a few cubes of ice in it

stir

pour over ice in a chilled martini glass


and


Wheeeeeee!!!!
It seems that the ladies are stiring it again.
BTW - Looks like you sails are luffing
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Wambat Shooters -- 2oz. Dark Rum, 1/2oz. Strawberry Liqueur, 3oz. Orange Juice, 3oz. Pineapple Juice,& 6oz. Fresh Watermelon. In shaker, crush watermelon & add the rest & shake! Gets you 4 shots .....Dale
why would you want to do that to good rhum,next you'll be drinking winecoolers
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It seems that the ladies are stiring it again.
BTW - Looks like you sails are luffing
No way, they're full and drawing!
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