Posted by jimh269b on Monday, April 25, 2011
well you know there comes a day when you cant pick as good as you use to and i know that,at one point and time us older pickers have set back and let the younger pick it up,it has to happen
Monday, April 25, 2011 @3:35:51 PM
Poor ole Ralph is a prime example I reckin...I intend to put it off...LOL
Monday, April 25, 2011 @6:36:59 PM
Dang those are some big shoes to fill. I would be glad to pick as good as you on your worst day Jim Reed. You are one of my favorites and always will be. Now don't get me wrong, I am after it, I just may never get there.
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 @2:44:49 AM
Jim, i'm sitting right there with ya buddy!!! BUT there's still room for a last hurrar so git pickin!!!!!!!!!!
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 @3:33:33 AM
jim your as young as you feel and a great picker tobooth
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 @4:19:18 AM
Jim, I'm sure you won't have to worry about it for least 30-40 years.....even by then you'll have grandkids and great-grandkids pickin' banjos for you ;-)
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 @4:55:11 PM
yeah big guy you will,the love of it will get you there,besides hell you are doing great donnie
Friday, April 29, 2011 @4:45:21 PM
Hey Jim i will tell you a little Story Mate. I have just been given an Old Lathe out of a local School, its a Boxford made in the early 80s, which makes it about 30 Years Old, the School had it in the Woodwork Classroom, and had been Turning Wood on it. It was real Dirty full of Sawdust, and Cutting Oil (wrong tool for the job) Anyway i cleaned this Beut up fitted the Tool Post, and Tail Stock WOW smooth as Silk, Runs like a Dream, i have another Lathe a Cheap Chinese Job about 5 Years Old., and that Old Boxford knocks it for the Count. The Moral of this Story Jim is a Good Old Un, knocks the Spots off a Modern Imitation. You Keep on Pickin till you cant, dont deprive us of your Fabulous Pickin Jim Reed !
Saturday, April 30, 2011 @1:50:35 AM
Just keep on giving myself & other 'old timers' who are still struggling the inspiration we need Jim.& thanks again.
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