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SE>From: Tim Parris <parris@PIPSC.Ca>
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SE>Subject: Re: Rendezvous
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SE>> To all concerned.... rendevous is an American holiday!!!!!!!.
SE>> JRE Ship 1
SE>It is?! What day is it celebrated? It isn't on my Day Timer and that is
SE>relatively good for listing holidays in foreign countries like the US.
That's the best part of the American "rendevous" holiday, you can take
it anytime you want without a lot of pre-planning. Now a "rendezvous".
being french, requires a lot of pre-planning, perhaps an organizational
meeting or two and a sanctioned "plan of the day". You can even take a
rendevous by yourself, if you like good company.
But it is only allowed here in the lower 48 cause everywhere else it is
either too hot or too cold! I wouldn't put it on my day timer either
as it will take a lot of space. HO HO HO!
JRE Ship 1