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Sarah's Iceburg

Friday, October 5, 2007

We were swimming in our pond and decided that our Black & Tan Coonhound named Sarah should join us.  She is not fond of water but is very trusting.  I floated this old piece of styrofoam on the pond and pushed it up to the bank....and invited Sarah to walk out onto the styrofoam.  Being the adventurous and very trusting dog that she is...she did as I requested and I floated her out into the middle of the pond.  She didn't seem to be a bit concerned...and even repeated the trick later in the day so we could get this photo.  Good Dog! 3 comments

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Playing Since: 1994
Experience Level: Purty Good

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Occupation: Engineer

Gender: Male
Age: 67

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Enoch, Fairbanks, Vega, Fawley

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Created 6/15/2007
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I play clawhammer and like to collect and do minor repairs to banjos for fun. I am very partial to the early Fairbanks banjos. I am trying to assemble a collection that includes every shape/style of banjo made (Picollo, Pony, Ladies, Fretless, Minstrel, Banjorine, Cello, Bass, Guitar-Banjo, Mandolin-Banjo, Melody Banjo, Tenor Banjo, Pectrum, etc.) I am buying reasonably prices examples as they become available - and consider it to be a living and breathing collection and will trade up as nicer ones become available. Unfortunately I became fond of the banjo about 20 years too late - and the prices have risen to were I may never be able to get the really unique and desirable models. My wife (Deb) plays guitar and sings Old Time very well.....and she is tolerant of my banjo obsession. She currently is playing/singing in a band called Calamity Rain with Amy Clay, and also in a band named the O.K. Ramblers with Dave Edmonson (Hot Mud Family) and Whit Meade (Rhythm Rats and Companies Comin).

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