Subject: French Roast, Colombian, *bucks House Blend Decaf From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Message Mistress and Meister) Date: Mon, 23 Sep 1996 09:58:45 -0400 (EDT) Equinoxial Greetings. Indeed we start the Autumn season today, with its yearly promise of bright foliage and cool crisp air so inviting for hikes in the forest. Which have "too many trails," said the Meister's explorer cousin who recently visited from tropical Brazil, and "not enough underbrush." It seems that the abundance of choice that characterizes the consumer markets in the US has spread to nature, and the cousin, overwhelmed by variety, tried permutations of trails in the Holyoke Range for six hours until he made it back to The Notch(*). After which he was a happy, albeit hungry, camper. Unlike him, you needn't go hungry in the critical first hours of the week and the season. Donuts, Bagels and cream cheese, and the renowned, just-in-time brewed coffee to wash them down await you at the lounge at 10. So come on down! How to get there: make your way to the GRC. Go to the main office. Ask Donna or Laura where the MMC takes place, and they will direct you from there. Administrivia: * A "reply" to this message will go to both Message People; the whole Coffee Collective is at email@example.com * To unsubscribe from this list, ask e-mail help from majordomo@cs. (*) Rugged Explorer and two-times winner of the LPR Half Marathon Gary Wallace recommends following the "orange blaze" for the R. Frost Trail at the Notch. Coffee thought: A flying saucer results when a nudist spills his coffee.