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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #15 on: April 07, 2011, 06:43:25 AM »
Got my scoresheets today. That was fast! :o True pros at the NHC! I couldn't quite break the 40 point barrier. It's a PITA. LOL!
Actually, that would be "True pros at the regional organizers" where you entered.  And yes, that is fast.

Uhmm...Ok. Thank you Seattle region!

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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #16 on: April 07, 2011, 09:44:47 AM »
Next time make the trip and you can help judge. :)  Three guys from Snake River Brewers came over to judge Friday and Saturday, are you in that club?  I heard they had a good time, and they even went to a brew session Sunday before heading back.
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #17 on: April 07, 2011, 09:51:04 AM »
Next time make the trip and you can help judge. :)  Three guys from Snake River Brewers came over to judge Friday and Saturday, are you in that club?  I heard they had a good time, and they even went to a brew session Sunday before heading back.

You're asking Ryan, right?  I did judge.  :) 

Next judging - April 29-30 at Larry's Warehouse Brewing Supply in Kent, WA. 
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #18 on: April 07, 2011, 09:56:37 AM »
Next time make the trip and you can help judge. :)  Three guys from Snake River Brewers came over to judge Friday and Saturday, are you in that club?  I heard they had a good time, and they even went to a brew session Sunday before heading back.

You're asking Ryan, right?  I did judge.  :) 

Next judging - April 29-30 at Larry's Warehouse Brewing Supply in Kent, WA. 
Yes, I was asking Ryan.  I know you judged. :)

Snake River Brewers are int he Boise area, so is Ryan . . .
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #19 on: April 07, 2011, 09:59:17 AM »
Next time make the trip and you can help judge. :)  Three guys from Snake River Brewers came over to judge Friday and Saturday, are you in that club?  I heard they had a good time, and they even went to a brew session Sunday before heading back.

You're asking Ryan, right?  I did judge.  :) 

Next judging - April 29-30 at Larry's Warehouse Brewing Supply in Kent, WA. 
Yes, I was asking Ryan.  I know you judged. :)

Snake River Brewers are int he Boise area, so is Ryan . . .
Idaho scares my wife.  lol
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2011, 03:42:41 PM »
Not officially a member, but I hang out on their forum a lot.  :)  What's so scary about Idaho? LOL.

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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #21 on: April 07, 2011, 04:04:27 PM »
Not officially a member, but I hang out on their forum a lot.  :)  What's so scary about Idaho? LOL.
You'd have to ask her.  It just makes her nervous for some reason.  lol
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #22 on: April 07, 2011, 05:42:52 PM »
What's so scary about Idaho? LOL.

da Weaze, that's what
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #23 on: April 14, 2011, 02:50:01 PM »
If you entered in the NW (Seattle) then your score sheets went out this morning.

I can't take any credit for it at all, I didn't organize it or even get to judge.  I'm just passing along the info.  The organization and fast turn around credit goes to Tim Hayner and Peter Twigg, along with some others most likely.

I see that the score sheets for Seattle were sent out early last week and and that several people on this thread received their scores by the middle of last week.  I still haven't received my scores and was wondering if there might be a reason I hadn't received mine yet.  A week and a half seems like a long time for mail to get from Seattle to Idaho.  I'm not complaining, just excited to get the feedback.  Anybody have any insight?
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #24 on: April 14, 2011, 02:52:05 PM »
If you entered in the NW (Seattle) then your score sheets went out this morning.

I can't take any credit for it at all, I didn't organize it or even get to judge.  I'm just passing along the info.  The organization and fast turn around credit goes to Tim Hayner and Peter Twigg, along with some others most likely.

I see that the score sheets for Seattle were sent out early last week and and that several people on this thread received their scores by the middle of last week.  I still haven't received my scores and was wondering if there might be a reason I hadn't received mine yet.  A week and a half seems like a long time for mail to get from Seattle to Idaho.  I'm not complaining, just excited to get the feedback.  Anybody have any insight?
Have you contacted the organizer to verify that your mailing address was correct?  You should have gotten them by now.
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #25 on: April 14, 2011, 03:01:38 PM »
If you entered in the NW (Seattle) then your score sheets went out this morning.

I can't take any credit for it at all, I didn't organize it or even get to judge.  I'm just passing along the info.  The organization and fast turn around credit goes to Tim Hayner and Peter Twigg, along with some others most likely.

I see that the score sheets for Seattle were sent out early last week and and that several people on this thread received their scores by the middle of last week.  I still haven't received my scores and was wondering if there might be a reason I hadn't received mine yet.  A week and a half seems like a long time for mail to get from Seattle to Idaho.  I'm not complaining, just excited to get the feedback.  Anybody have any insight?
Have you contacted the organizer to verify that your mailing address was correct?  You should have gotten them by now.

Tom,

No, I haven't contacted anyone yet.  I checked the info on my entry labels (I made a copy) and it's all correct.  Who specifically should I contact? 
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #26 on: April 14, 2011, 03:02:50 PM »
Nevermind my question. I see on the label sheet that Tim Hayner is the organizer.  Thanks for your help Tom!
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #27 on: April 14, 2011, 03:03:22 PM »
Tom,

No, I haven't contacted anyone yet.  I checked the info on my entry labels (I made a copy) and it's all correct.  Who specifically should I contact?  
Peter Twigg.  I'll PM you

<edit>Tim's job keeps sending him to Canada, he was here for the first round but he's back up there as far as I know.  I'll send you contact info for both.
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #28 on: April 14, 2011, 03:11:01 PM »
Tom,

No, I haven't contacted anyone yet.  I checked the info on my entry labels (I made a copy) and it's all correct.  Who specifically should I contact?  
Peter Twigg.  I'll PM you

<edit>Tim's job keeps sending him to Canada, he was here for the first round but he's back up there as far as I know.  I'll send you contact info for both.

Thanks again Tom!
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Re: NHC First Round Results
« Reply #29 on: April 15, 2011, 07:46:49 AM »
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