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Oct 12, 2009 - 5:32:01 PM

whywild

USA

459 posts since 6/6/2006

Stan - you may still hit some traffic on 66 even around 7 in the evening but it should break up by the time you get to Gainseville.....always does. Be careful on 81 until you get south of Lexington....always lots ot "watchful eyes" on that stretch of the road. I made the trip down to Radford this weekend from Alexandria and there were no shortage of cops on 81. Be careful between Christiansburg and Radford as well....they're always hanging out there looking for kids from Tech and Radford. Have a safe trip - see you on Thursday.
Doug

Oct 12, 2009 - 5:42:06 PM

14947 posts since 12/2/2005

quote:
Originally posted by kathy315

Doug,I agree..will check with the gals and looks like the hotel is on..!!
I really can't wait this year..I need Nashcamp!



you have no idea how much I need Nashcamp.

Sure hope I can tear myself away from the Blackberry to enjoy it!

eagleisland

"I was halfway to Old Kentucky when the drugs began to kick in." - Hunter S. Monroe

Oct 12, 2009 - 6:09:06 PM

2857 posts since 8/11/2004

Thanks, Doug
I'll keep an eye out for the Smokies. I take off tomorrow.
See you there.



Stan Robins

Oct 12, 2009 - 6:39:47 PM

11 posts since 6/7/2006

Brenda and I went to see Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers Sunday Evening at the Ryman. The greatest surprise in the world happened when Earl came out and played Foggy Mountain Breakdown during the encore. It was a fantastic show and a dream come true for any banjo player. See everyone at Nash Camp on Friday...Monty

Oct 13, 2009 - 7:53:22 AM

1438 posts since 4/3/2003

Skip,say Hi to the Hatfields..tell Bev I did NOT steal her cow last time...I really am looking forward to seeing you all in a few days..everyone have a safe trip

RB3
massbluegrass.org
Girls Gone Banjo

Oct 13, 2009 - 11:23:13 AM

2857 posts since 8/11/2004

See Ya'll soon! I take off in a couple of hours. My iPod is charged and ready to go!


Stan Robins

Oct 13, 2009 - 6:38:54 PM

14947 posts since 12/2/2005

Nashville-bound in about 9 hours!



eagleisland

"I was halfway to Old Kentucky when the drugs began to kick in." - Hunter S. Monroe

Oct 13, 2009 - 6:44:48 PM

74 posts since 8/3/2005

Evenin'...
I'll see y'all Thursday night at the Station....I'll be the one that looks like a body builder...
I've sure built on this one....youns' drive safe

RE

Oct 14, 2009 - 4:39:50 AM

1438 posts since 4/3/2003

Just printed up my boarding passes...can't wait for tomorrow..see you all then!

RB3
massbluegrass.org
Girls Gone Banjo

Oct 14, 2009 - 6:55:16 AM

23 posts since 9/26/2006

NASHCAMP!!! So stoked. :)

Laura

Oct 14, 2009 - 5:18:21 PM

14947 posts since 12/2/2005

Umm... I'm almost embarassed to ask this late, but where IS dinner on Thursday night, anyway? I know I'm goin', I just don't know where.

Grrr. First day in Nashville and the office followed me here.

eagleisland

"I was halfway to Old Kentucky when the drugs began to kick in." - Hunter S. Monroe

Oct 16, 2009 - 10:33:50 AM

2667 posts since 1/2/2004

Got together with Jason Davis yesterday and photographed his new Chief. WOW!






deanhoffmeyer.com
nationalfingerpicks.com
banjohangout.org/forum/topic.a..._ID=45886

Edited by - DHoffmeyer on 10/16/2009 20:02:25

Oct 17, 2009 - 7:58:05 AM

1147 posts since 12/27/2005

Love that photo Dean!

Bob



Oct 17, 2009 - 8:23:41 PM

2667 posts since 1/2/2004

Jason has a good ear, and always has had a good banjo. I bought his Lancaster because it sounded so good on the Huber CD, but this Chief is pretty special. Makes me want one...



deanhoffmeyer.com
nationalfingerpicks.com
banjohangout.org/forum/topic.a..._ID=45886

Oct 18, 2009 - 6:12:56 AM

Beardog

USA

1685 posts since 8/20/2008

My new maple Chief is really settling in nicely. So far, I'm impressed.

Beardog

Oct 18, 2009 - 5:16:58 PM

114 posts since 11/22/2005

Well, back home now from NashCamp-- hope everyone makes it home safe.. great year once again-- Cathy, now that we have a title to the song, we need to write it so you can sing it next yeeah... Special thanks to Cindy and Sonny for keeping this camp going.. only thing I can find wrong with it is that it is too short....

I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six. Gun control = perfect aim.

Oct 19, 2009 - 6:50:02 AM

Tyler8

USA

2172 posts since 8/5/2005

Yep, I made it home safely, too.

NashCamp was a blast (as usual) and I'm glad I went -- it's so much fun to pick with you guys every year.

I thought the addition of Bill Emerson and Tom Adams to the teachers this year was great. I enjoyed meeting both of them and really enjoyed their picking.

Tyler

Oct 19, 2009 - 7:20:23 AM
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114 posts since 11/22/2005

Tyler, I enjoyed them as well.. true gentlemen in every respect.. everyone was great.

I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six. Gun control = perfect aim.

Oct 19, 2009 - 2:34:58 PM

108 posts since 6/6/2005

Another great camp! Thanks everyone - I miss you already. (Especially Marcia. LOL! My bluejeans are tight.)


Pick more, whine less.
NashCamp Bluegrass & Songwriting Camps, Inc.
615 952 4040

Oct 19, 2009 - 6:12:24 PM

2857 posts since 8/11/2004

I pulled in today around 3:00PM, just in time to cut the grass.
It was great to see old friends and make new ones!
Thanks Cindy, Sonny, Bill and all!



Stan Robins

Oct 20, 2009 - 5:03:57 AM

2857 posts since 8/11/2004

For those of you NashCampers who tried out my Kay bass, here's a link to Jerry Fretwell's website. Doug, I've written him so he can look up what strings were on the 62 M1 that I got from him last March. Take care,

fretwellbass.com/index.php?/main/show/home

Stan Robins

Oct 20, 2009 - 5:37:08 AM

1438 posts since 4/3/2003

..wow..what a time...Cindy,thanks for putting on one of the best musical experiences around..it just keeps getting better and better..good to have Marcia back again! You all are such fun.Will try to get some pictures up soon..Darryl,will figure out those words yet..they are sure to offend! ha.

RB3
massbluegrass.org
Girls Gone Banjo

Oct 20, 2009 - 7:16:41 AM

Tyler8

USA

2172 posts since 8/5/2005

Since camp, I can't stop listening to Sweet Dixie -- that's on the top of my "figure out the break" list now.

Wow -- Bill Emerson's picking is so sweet on that track I can't believe it never caught my attention before now.

Tyler

Oct 20, 2009 - 9:37:17 AM

whywild

USA

459 posts since 6/6/2006

Hey Stan - thanks for checking out the strings on your bass....and thank for letting me bang (you know Kathy, like Bang a Uey) away it this weekend. Its an awesome playing and sounding bass. It was great seeing everyone again this year. Thanks to Cindy and Bill for a great camp.

Chip - how about those Phillies!

Doug

Oct 20, 2009 - 9:40:31 AM

130 posts since 5/26/2005

I'll just add my word of thanks to all who help make the Banjo Retreat such a wonderful time. I have next year's retreat in my calendar already. There are so many facets and so many people that make it such a treat. So many interesting people with so many interesting stories - all of us gathered by our loves of banjos. Thanks again. See you next year.

Rick

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