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Utah Bob #35998

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  1. My son had a couple of electric Epiphones. They were pretty nice. I'm looking for a flat top acoustic.
  2. Nope. Mascots have to move. Logos jest get affixed to stuff, like guncarts, T shirts, whiskey bottles, aeroplanes. etc
  3. Funniest thing about this thread is that the original post has nothing to do with trucks.
  4. I am somewhat handicapped by living in a small town with a somewhat limited variety available to taste.
  5. I feel the same generally. But there's something about thisn.
  6. I hate it when that happens. Especially when it’s my fault.
  7. We drove over to Mendocino from Napa once. Stayed here at this very cool place https://schoolhousecreek.com/ . Mendocino Nat. Forest is close. Big trees.
  8. Coyotes are one of the most adaptable creatures in the world. They increase their range constantly, unlike most other wild animals. It’s gonna take a lot to make them extinct.
  9. I know which guitars are fantastic. I can’t afford them. Note the ‘56 Gibson ES175 in my pic. Dad bought it for 50 bucks when I was 17. Sold it when I went into the army. Not sure how much he got for it. What I’m looking for is a nice sounding flat top that I won’t have to get a loan for.
  10. We spent a few days in Kernville a few years ago. Stayed lovely place right on the river. Many big trees up the road. https://www.google.com/maps/search/sequoia+national+park/@35.9842249,-118.7139868,9.14z
  11. Let me say that have played both electric and acoustic guitars in the past. But there are so many more on the market now than there were a few decades ago it's difficult to shop now. I do not intend to perform with this instrument. Strictly for my 0wn enjoyment.
  12. https://thewhiskeywash.com/reviews/whisky-review-penderyn-madeira-single-malt-welsh-whisky/
  13. I have played before. I had a Gibson.
  14. A. Burgled is correct. B. Don’t take the stand. Like a red said, you don’t have to.
  15. I was thinking about picking up a reasonably priced axe, even though it's been many years since I did any pickin or strummin. Many years. I was looking at an Oscar Schmidt the other day. Seemed to have a nice sound. What do youse professional musicians think?
  16. What do you drink then? And how do you spell it?
  17. As mark said, I have a "warm" setting on my oven. Handy.
  18. Been by it. I’ll stop in next time. Yum. Mz Zips is another goodn.
  19. It’s amazing what you can see when you’re far from the light pollution of the city. I was gazing at the Milky Way last night till it got a bit too chilly.
  20. Okay here’s my opinionated opinion. Having another glass tonight. Without tasting it with the Macallan. As I mentioned, being a Bourbonophile, my best reference is the beloved Southern classic. The Jura seems somewhat like a manly bourbon on first introduction. Tonight I added a few drops of water and the difference was noticeable as it is with many brands of uisge beatha . I think that Jura compares favorably with a good Rye, which I also like. It has a nice smoky quality that’s not overpowering like some too peaty varieties. 80 proof and pretty smooth with a slight peppery quality and, as I mentioned, a bit of campfire smoke key on the finish. The Macallan on the other hand has shares some similar characteristics with a Makers Mark or Basil Hayden. Bottom line is it think the Jura will find a place in my cabinet.... just in time for Jack Frost’s impending frigid appearance. Alba gu bràth!
  21. I shall continue to call them Bos’ns. I can’t call em BMs.
  22. My brother in law drank cheap Scotch and I would drink it with him. I thought it was an acquired taste.
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