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Hasta Luego Party at the Green Room ::: Durham, NC

We had our Hasta Luego party at the Green Room in Durham.  About 50 friends came out to wish us un buen viaje.  It was great – so great that is was a little rough moving out today (I couldn’t turn down the PBRs that people bought for me… that would have been rude).  We are now out of the house and our gear is a bit more organized.  But don’t be fooled! We will still be in Durham for at least another week.  Our trip is a bit delayed due to a hold up with a few truck parts.  I’ll keep you posted, of course.

A bit about the Green Room:
If you haven’t been to the Green Room and you live in the Triangle, you should definitely go.  The Green Room is somewhat of a Durham staple.  You can take your pick playing shuffleboard, darts, or pool while listening to the music you chose on the jukebox.  Is there really anything better than that?

Mike, the owner, is extremely welcoming and was more than accommodating at the party.  I called earlier in the week to let him know about the crowd coming in, and he made sure we were well taken care of.

To learn more about the Green Room, go to their MySpace page at
http://www.myspace.com/greenroomdurham
The Green Room | 1108 Broad St  | Durham, NC 27705  | (919) 286-2359

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  1. GOOD RIDDANCE!

    1. Boo Shankly on February 4th, 2009 at 12:00 pm
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