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    Default New ideas for the Gorge

    Lot's of things are being kicked around. It looks like we may be having the mother of all raft ups at the swimming hole Sat afternoon. It may be complete with a band and of course the famous drink machine. The A Dock crew is getting pumped.

    Oh yeah, Roadtrip may be arranging some violins to be playing at dinner, (JK on that one).
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    Default Violins ?

    I never knew that the high tone artsy "Wine & Cheese Crowd" drove Donzis on the weekend ?
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    beats the hell out of banjo's

    although, harmonica's would be cool
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    I'm into culture, not cultures, but violins at A-Dock could get a man shot. Twice.

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    I'm jealous... This event is the first day of our 6 week "vacation" at the cottage with new boats and stuff. We can not make it and there is some other stuff going on

    I WOULD LOVE to have a quick 4 in Chatt at that Mexican Restaurant...

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    Well, I guess we could start a new twist on an old favorite for Len and anybody else who can't attend but wishes they could, the remote Bushwacker. Better invite a few friends though, because remote or not, drinking a batch of Bushwackers on a solo basis will kill you.

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    So hypothetically speaking, if one were to show up with say, oh about 1200 watts o stereo power, a mixing board and an I-pod full of music for the evenings festivities, what would the prefered music genre be??
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    There's a couple of days of the year that I get to enjoy "SRV's" "Riviera Paradise" over the sound of a V-8 bubbling through the water....

    ...otherwise I'm "eclectic" music-wise....got any Mozart ??



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    I'm all over eclectic...
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    Mix in a little Waylon, Willie, Patsy, and Johnny with those violins.

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    Get it started, buy her dinner...

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    ....dial it up a little...

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    ...put it up to ELEVEN...

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    ...then crack one and cool down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadPoodle View Post
    what would the prefered music genre be??
    I would think some good old classic rock would be just the ticket!!

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