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    Quote Originally Posted by luv2hunt
    Jim.....Jim.....Jim......You left an $85 Tribute on the shelf?!?!? Oh for heaven's sake!! Go get it for me!!!!!

    Dawn
    Dawn,

    Should I try and interest Barb in a trip to Lookout Mountain next weekend (sorry can't do it this weekend, grandson is being baptized)? We were planning on going somewhere for Labor Day weekend anyway. It worked with Niagara Falls/Buffalo for the OLRV15 <G>.

    Tom

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    Tom,
    LOL! You think she'd go for it?????
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    Nashville

    Dawn,
    I've already been chastised for leaving the $85 Tribute, but I still see that item, at that price fairly often in the southeast. Not being a big Wild Turkey fan, there's other products I'd rather spend $85 on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luv2hunt
    Jim.....Jim.....Jim......You left an $85 Tribute on the shelf?!?!? Oh for heaven's sake!! Go get it for me!!!!!

    Dawn
    I know Dawn. I know. I told him the same thing. But, I don't know which is worse: Jimmy not picking up the Tribute, or Jimmy picking up the Tribute just to let it sit on his mantle un-drunk for the next 30 years!

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    Thanks for all of the suggestions. Didn't find Stagg or WLW but did purchase 2 bottles of VW Rye - good stuff. Also found Ezra B. and VOB 100 that can't be found around these parts.

    Unsuccessfully tried to find the Dickel distillery. Makes for a good excuse to plan a trip to KY.
    Tom Sangster
    Winterville, GA

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsangster
    Unsuccessfully tried to find the Dickel distillery. Makes for a good excuse to plan a trip to KY.
    It should be a little off of I-65, south of Nashville.

    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratcheer
    It should be a little off of I-65, south of Nashville.

    Tim
    Closer to I-24, and requires getting off of main roads to do the last few miles. Still, you can do Jack Daniel's, Prichard's (requires phoning in advance) and Dickel in a fairly leisurely day, since they're only about 25 miles apart end-to-end.
    Tim

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    Unsuccessfully tried to find the Dickel distillery
    I've had the same problem. Next time I'm taking a map!
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    I can't believe you guys couldn't find Dickel. If a couple of Yankees like us could find it, what does that say for the southern ability to read road signs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BourbonJoe
    I can't believe you guys couldn't find Dickel. If a couple of Yankees like us could find it, what does that say for the southern ability to read road signs?
    Joe
    You mean I have to actually read the road signs? I just look for the unique shapes and colors.
    Tom Sangster
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