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Old Oct 10, 2014, 10:34 AM   #1
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After my long walks and excursions in Utah I always finish the day with a big glass of beer, but if you are in Utah you can have two or more if you want :-)




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So how many did you have Marcello?
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G'day mate

Polygamy - yeah, a great way to travel
Hope you enjoyed the bubbly brown stuff as much as the logo on the glass

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So how many did you have Marcello?
Hi James, I had two after every hike, those IPA's are really good..!!

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G'day mate

Polygamy - yeah, a great way to travel
Hope you enjoyed the bubbly brown stuff as much as the logo on the glass

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It was an amazing trip Phil,

Utah has one of the most beautiful views in the planet and the best beer.
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.....and all the wives you can stand
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Hey Greg .... Polygamy is lovers, not wives ~ sometimes more fun than photography

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