Posted by DIV on Sunday, January 10, 2010
I just got back!
For many of us, it was quite an adventure getting to the event, but that made it all the more memorable. For those who couldn't make it, we'll try to get you guys caught up. I've posted some of my photos here:
Also, thanks to my good friend Ken Hamilton who was my wheels and room mate. I'm glad you made it back safe!
Saturday, February 13, 2010 @1:58:10 PM
Just browsing around and noticed you're interested in archiving Ome Banjos. I have a 1978 Ome Juggernaut Ser# 2065, purchased in 1978. I played many (did I say MANY?) years ago (late '70s-early '80s) with a small group, prior to marriage, raising 3 kids, my "real" job as a nurse. It mostly been unplayed until the last year, when my son became interested. I still basically just play around with it, but nothing with audiences involved. I'm hoping to drop into Boulder one of these days to have them give it a once over (although I'm in the metro Atlanta area). Glad to have a couple of contact names there. I'm excited to be back into the banjo world, even if just as mostly a spectator!
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