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Oct 27, 2011 20:56 |  #3916

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Tim Horton is a Canadian brand? :lol: I am not much of a coffee drinker so I don't have a favorite among any of them :lol:

I'm not much of a coffee drinker but when I do have a cup or two, it's always a Tim Horton. LOL (We always pick up a couple of big cans on our way home from visiting Canada :)). All I can say is, it must be different from the regular coffee we have here in the States because everybody who's tasted the TH coffee always comment on how good it is and where we got it.


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Oct 27, 2011 21:04 |  #3917

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I'm not much of a coffee drinker but when I do have a cup or two, it's always a Tim Horton. LOL (We always pick up a couple of big cans on our way home from visiting Canada :)). All I can say is, it must be different from the regular coffee we have here in the States because everybody who's tasted the TH coffee always comment on how good it is and where we got it.

:lol::lol: I see.. since Starbucks is so expensive, if and when I want to drink coffee (which is very rare and usually I want it cold) I just buy a sachet of Nescafe 3 in 1 :lol:

If Martin (FJ LOVE) comes here, I will serve him that since he hates Starbucks so much :lol:


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Oct 27, 2011 21:09 |  #3918

PacAce wrote in post #13317959 (external link)
I'm not much of a coffee drinker but when I do have a cup or two, it's always a Tim Horton. LOL (We always pick up a couple of big cans on our way home from visiting Canada :)). All I can say is, it must be different from the regular coffee we have here in the States because everybody who's tasted the TH coffee always comment on how good it is and where we got it.

Leo i'm convinced there is nicotine in the Tim Horton's coffee because it's so addicting :lol:


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Oct 27, 2011 21:10 |  #3919

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Leo i'm convinced there is nicotine in the Tim Horton's coffee because it's so addicting :lol:

Caffeine is addivtive as in coca cola.


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Oct 27, 2011 21:10 |  #3920

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:lol::lol: I see.. since Starbucks is so expensive, if and when I want to drink coffee (which is very rare and usually I want it cold) I just buy a sachet of Nescafe 3 in 1 :lol:

If Martin (FJ LOVE) comes here, I will serve him that since he hates Starbucks so much :lol:

i'd rather shoot with a noink than drink starbuck's mud :p


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Oct 27, 2011 21:11 |  #3921

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Caffeine is addivtive as in coca cola.

good evening Tony :D


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Oct 27, 2011 21:13 |  #3922

monk3y wrote in post #13317862 (external link)
Tim Horton is a Canadian brand? :lol: I am not much of a coffee drinker so I don't have a favorite among any of them :lol:

In Eastern Canada. They have Tims on every corner of the block. I think "we" in general do not like strong [Barako] coffee. To be honest, I still crave for San Mig. That's why when I order at Tims it's always extra large Double-double (two cream, two sugar).

Took a day off tomorrow. I think I will take the long way to Calgary. 275+ km of unpaved roads. Going to check out the Rockies before the snow really comes. It was already getting below zero in the morning.


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Oct 27, 2011 21:14 |  #3923

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i'd rather shoot with a noink than drink starbuck's mud :p

:lol::lol: come here and lets swap camera and let's see if your focus will improve:lol::p


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Oct 27, 2011 21:16 |  #3924

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In Eastern Canada. They have Tims on every corner of the block. I think "we" in general do not like strong [Barako] coffee. To be honest, I still crave for San Mig. That's why when I order at Tims it's always extra large Double-double (two cream, two sugar).

Took a day off tomorrow. I think I will take the long way to Calgary. 275+ km of unpaved roads. Going to check out the Rockies before the snow really comes. It was already getting below zero in the morning.

why the heck is it Unpaved? no highways between Calgary and your place? :confused:

hehe that's too much sugar, its like cream and sugar WITH coffe :lol::lol: I like the smell of coffee but I very rarely drink it hot, I don't like hot drinks


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Oct 27, 2011 21:24 |  #3925

Canajun wrote in post #13318029 (external link)
In Eastern Canada. They have Tims on every corner of the block. I think "we" in general do not like strong [Barako] coffee. To be honest, I still crave for San Mig. That's why when I order at Tims it's always extra large Double-double (two cream, two sugar).

Took a day off tomorrow. I think I will take the long way to Calgary. 275+ km of unpaved roads. Going to check out the Rockies before the snow really comes. It was already getting below zero in the morning.

we have one on every block where i live :lol:

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:lol::lol: come here and lets swap camera and let's see if your focus will improve:lol::p

you think i will want to try your antique after i get the 1Dx , not likely :p


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Oct 27, 2011 21:24 |  #3926

PacAce wrote in post #13317959 (external link)
I'm not much of a coffee drinker but when I do have a cup or two, it's always a Tim Horton. LOL (We always pick up a couple of big cans on our way home from visiting Canada :)). All I can say is, it must be different from the regular coffee we have here in the States because everybody who's tasted the TH coffee always comment on how good it is and where we got it.

My line of work used to involve calling Northern Telecom out in Richardson, TX for support. The techs are all fellow Canadians from New Brunswick. The techs and I had a deal. I send them tins of Tim Horton's coffee and in return they send me Hooters calendar.:lol: Those were the days.


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Oct 27, 2011 21:31 |  #3927

monk3y wrote in post #13318045 (external link)
why the heck is it Unpaved? no highways between Calgary and your place? :confused:

hehe that's too much sugar, its like cream and sugar WITH coffe :lol::lol: I like the smell of coffee but I very rarely drink it hot, I don't like hot drinks

Unpaved because it's the forestry roads, not enough traffic to warrant paving. It's between Banff & Jasper. I looked at google earth and it's looks like the path are on top of the rocky mountain range. Been wanting to do this and I'm rushing to beat the snow.

I liked Iced Coffee too.


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Oct 27, 2011 21:32 |  #3928

Good evening Martin


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Oct 27, 2011 21:35 |  #3929

FJ LOVE wrote in post #13318084 (external link)
we have one on every block where i live :lol:

you think i will want to try your antique after i get the 1Dx , not likely :p

well I am sure it will be too complicated for you :lol::p

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My line of work used to involve calling Northern Telecom out in Richardson, TX for support. The techs are all fellow Canadians from New Brunswick. The techs and I had a deal. I send them tins of Tim Horton's coffee and in return they send me Hooters calendar.:lol: Those were the days.

awesome!!! what a guy would do for hot women haha

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Unpaved because it's the forestry roads, not enough traffic to warrant paving. It's between Banff & Jasper. I looked at google earth and it's looks like the path are on top of the rocky mountain range. Been wanting to do this and I'm rushing to beat the snow.

I liked Iced Coffee too.

I am having iced coffee right now haha...

wow!! that must be awesome Jun,this is the first time you gonna do this? you sure its passable? :lol: you don't dare do that on many areas here coz you might get in trouble with the rebels haha


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Oct 27, 2011 22:35 |  #3930

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sorry, but here's a photo from last season for you :p

LoL, reminiscent when cloutier was still net minding for the canucks. bw!


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