RE: NANFA-- chillin'

Bruce Stallsmith (
Wed, 08 Dec 1999 12:08:41 EST

It's Down East because the coastline starts running northeastwards, not just
north, so if you're in Rockport you're pretty far east relative to, say,
Boston. . .

--Bruce Stallsmith
in the east of Huntsville, AL

> > This may open up some "cool" possibilities.
> > Scott
> > from up where the fish like it cold
> > Down East that is.
> > Trivia, Jay
> > Why is it called "Down East"?
>Cause it's so c-c-cold you need to wear a down jacket?
>Jay DeLong
>Olympia, WA

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