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Jun-19-2005, 1:54am
Just curious I dont have any tixs yet

Fred G
Jun-20-2005, 9:14am
just us tourists

man doh
Jun-20-2005, 9:21am
I'll be heading up tomorrow. Hope to be under #200 in line. http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif

Jun-20-2005, 11:40am
i'll be there weds morning. we will miss the pre-party.
can't wait to go. http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/mandosmiley.gif

Tom C
Jun-20-2005, 1:14pm
I'm going but not until Wed before it starts. Too much to do.

Fred G
Jun-20-2005, 8:41pm
gee Tom, 2427 posts, your really getting up there. I will get up there on Wednesday too. See ya there.

Jun-22-2005, 9:32pm
I'm going for the first time. Not really sure what to expect. I suspect it's a bit different from Gettysburg, which I'm used to. Anyway, I'll be alone this time and expect to arrive Wed. PM the 13th.

man doh
Jun-23-2005, 6:38am
Evets, I'll be driving up from the Reading area. I have been to both and Greyfox is on a larger scale. Make sure you bring your own shade, really isn't any shaded available sites like Gettysburg. I love it this will be # 6 for me.

Fred G
Jun-29-2005, 11:22am
It looks like greyfox on the rothvoss farm is coming to an end. I wonder where it will be next year. There is an anouncement on the main page that the farm is for sale and has prospective developers ready to buy.


Tom C
Jun-29-2005, 12:16pm
<span style='font-size:19pt;line-height:100%'><span style='color:red'>OH NO!!!!!</span></span>

<span style='color:blue'>Hopfully they will find a plce with shade</span>

man doh
Jun-29-2005, 8:15pm
Sad time for me. This is something I figured I would be doing for the rest of my life.

Jeffrey Lewis
Jun-29-2005, 9:29pm
I'll be there. My third year this time. It is the peak of my summer. Who can resist an event with Sammy Bush, Tim O'Brien, Mike Marshall, and of course the Dawg? See you all there. I'm the teenager with a Travletite case with a tomato on it. You can find me at Marty Macica's mandolin tent. http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/mandosmiley.gif

Jun-30-2005, 3:24pm
grey fox is a wonderful experience. but you need to come prepared. you will need a small shovel to dig your camper wheel in on one side to level it. you will need that shovel to dig the rear legs of your chair in so you sit level and comfortably. you need to bring $1 bills for the ice truck that comes aroud a couple of times a day. you will need food and water unless you are buying all your stuff from the vendors there. you will need sunscreen, shade, a hat, and raingear. if it rains, you will be introduced to a strange tribe of people called "the mudd people."

there aint nothin like a saturday night at grey fox!!!!!


Tom C
Jun-30-2005, 3:50pm
You mean these guys?...

No, it's not greyfox

Jun-30-2005, 9:56pm
Tom C,

Where was that picture taken? Appears to have rained a little there http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif

Bobbie Dier
Jul-01-2005, 6:47am
I think it's Glastonbury. In England.

Tom C
Jul-01-2005, 1:32pm
Correct, A friend sent it to me. No flooding at Grey fox as it all travels downhill. -including tents and tarps.