I recently traded a couple of hide heads with BHO member Guy Wolff ( http://www.banjohangout.org/my/guywolff ). He got new heads for two of his banjos .. I got a couple of his traditional, hand-thrown, flower pots and a great CD. ( I win :<) )
Guy is VERY well known for his pots that grace famous places like Monticello, Mount Vernon and the White House. If you have seen his videos and posts on the BHO, you also know that he is a fine old time banjo player to. I recommend his cd of home recordings. It is well-played and lots of fun.
Check Guy out online: http://www.guywolff.com/ordering.html
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 @5:22:44 PM
Is pot (or pots) legal in Tennessee? Nice pots. David E.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 @5:41:21 PM
These pots might be illegal - not sure. Depends on what you grow in them.
But I hear that the US Justice department is not enforcing those laws now anyway ...
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 @5:43:18 PM
Good news. They are nice. I checked out Guy's website. David E.
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