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    I want to play this!

    I have an accordion, but I dont speak French.

    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    Default #8!

    The UPS man just dropped this off for me!

    It's like a tiny toy guitar that plays and sounds great!

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    Cool Beans
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    Fun!
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    I'll be spending the next two weekends + volunteering here (have to be home to work Mon & Wed)

    for the Fourth year now.

    I grew up going to this festival with many friends who did also. Oldest continuous music festival of any kind in Michigan. I have an awesome time working my butt off and helping my old friend and ex-bandmate who took over as promotor.

    I'll spend a few days running a Bobcat; moving picnic tables, traffic control pylons, and vendor wagons, filling dips in roads, setting up day parking, and then I'll switch to tractor each morning for trash pick-up, cruise in a ATV or golf cart giving folks rides between the stage and the campground, etc.

    Somewhere I have to fit in a few hours of practice with some friends I will do a show with in about 6 weeks...They have me playing fiddle...and it's a fiddler's convention...I've much work to do.

    Then the Sat of the festival I play a show in OH about 2hrs from the festival...two sets and then back up to the festival to hopefully set back for a bit (or take a nap)...going to be a very busy 10 days.
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    Kick out the jams!!!

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    Cool doing that, Dave.

    Say hi to Sam Bush if you see him.
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    Sam's not there Jay, he's booked in CO, or I would.

    Been packing stuff today. Haven't decided if I want to rush out of here around noon after work or wait until evening rush hour is over with...being Friday any time of day or night is about as dangerous on the roads, but traffic would be lighter at 4am. Guess I'll play it by ear and go when it feels right.
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    Sounds great Dave.

    I guess its one of those "working vacations".
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    Here's something to get you warmed up, Dave. Wonder if Tony is playing again? I know that you've seen and played with many, but he sure seemed like a phenom.

    Bright days and dark days are both expressions of the great mystery. ~ Oglala Sioux

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