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    Hey D thanks were not far from each other I work in winston
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    Hey mando picker,next time your planning going to the DT Cinima lmk i'll see if i can come.Thanks

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    I work in Rural Hall, so yes we are close by. I play with a bunch called Blues Creek, we are a bluegrass band. But love to jam with others, I think I may have attended the jam you are speaking of once. I see too, that they are starting a jam at some library off Reynolda Road in Winston, I read it in the Relish Magazine.

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    WFU here. Howdy neighbors.
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    Lexington here......Hi
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    Quote Originally Posted by (hanknc @ Feb. 04 2007, 15:45)
    Mt. Airy? Try, this:

    1. park anywhere downtown(well, so to speak, but you know what I mean)
    2. walk down the sidewalk
    3. to each person that you pass by say "hey, you guys pickin' tonight?"




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    I tried That in Winston and had about $5 in change bummed off me and gave out a pack of smokes. #

    I know this is off topic but someone told me about this band "COUNTY LINE DAREDEVILS" They are going to be playing at the Lone Wolf Tavern in Winston on the 17th. Anyone of you heard thim before? Is was told that they are a Bluegrass bad but thats all I know.




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    Those instructions were for Mt. Airy use only. Use them in Winston-Salem at your own risk.
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    Yep, exactly.

    Here in the Greensboro area, everybody has a cousin or a friend who plays bluegrass. In Mt Airy, well, that's where those cousins and friends all live.

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    I think if you try that in Northern Stokes County you might lose a tooth. #




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    hey e body , do all of you play only the mandolin or do you play other instruments, just in case if we jam together I play the doghouse bass also

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    Hey donnie do you play with mickey

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    No i wish.I havent been picken but maybe 4 months now.I'm still green.I live right across the road from mickey.

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    hows cullion doin
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    He's been sick,but i dont know how he is doin now.I hope good

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    You talking about Mickey Galyean? Had a terrific jam with him last year at the Mt Airy fiddlers, final night... that boy can do some singin, and a bunch of us (well, Greg Jones and the rest of his band with Joe Hannabach on bass) did about 2 dozen Del McCoury songs in a row with all the harmonies, and Tim Martin was nailing all the Jason Carter licks on the fiddle. I'd love to repeat that jam this year... you're lucky to live so close to Mickey, he seems like a great guy.

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    Nice fellow,do anything for ya

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    Please pray for Cullion Galayan.Hes in ICU in Forsyth Hospital,one of his kidneys has shut down.Keep him in your prayers

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    Next big town down from Mayberry on Hwy 601 is Yadkinville where I think on Tues nights(or is it Weds)they have a big jam session inside a community building in downtown. Anybody know the details?

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    "Next big town down from Mayberry(Mt Airy) on Hwy 601 is Yadkinville "

    We mustn't forget Dobson.

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    Whar'zyore diddy hunt, boah?

    For those who tried that link the image on the right hand side is the famous "Mt. Pilot", or Pilot Mountain, from the Andy Griffith Show.
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    Dobson next big town? Well they do have a nice steak house.
    I think Dobson is one of those towns that has the city limits signs on one pole.

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    mark, i am going on the hill this year, at mount hairy, come up and check it out up there before you commit to the lowland.

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    Yeti said:
    " . . . think if you try that in Northern Stokes County you might lose as tooth.

    I live in southern Stokes County, I don't believe that. we cherish our teeth in Stokes Co. and our mandolins. . .

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    "i am going on the hill this year..."

    Dave, I'm definitely OVER the hill this year, and I'll have the wife and kids with me most all the week... so we'll go for the full hookups. Nothing like electric, water, and sewer connections... I feel kind of guilty, like a old-time/bluegrass festival shouldn't co-exist with amenities like A/C during the heat of the day, hot showers in the morning, and good meals cooked in your own fully equipped kitchen... but I'll get over the guilt somehow. Come on down, and you can pick "Billy in the Lowground" for me.




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    Quote Originally Posted by (dobnc @ Feb. 14 2007, 22:10)
    Yeti said:
    " # . # . #. #think if you try that in Northern Stokes County you might lose a tooth.

    I live in southern Stokes County, I don't believe that. we cherish our teeth in Stokes Co. and our mandolins. . . #
    I'm from Stokes County and I am missing a tooth. Not one of my front ones thank god. It got knocked out in Charlotte so I guess that doesn't count. #




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    Can we wrangle a cafe get-together this year? I'll be 1/2-way up the hill for a few days.

    Maybe we should put together a mando-band for one of the contests! Oh would that rile the judges!

    Z

    ps--i got a tooth pulled a few years back (against advice from my family).
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