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Favorite Flatpickers
David Grier, Bryan Sutton, Norman Blake,
Django and Jay Unger
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Third Eyebrow - Robin Kessinger
Bossa Dorado
Favorite Guitars
53 D18, Collings OM1EC, Shelley Park Modèle Elan 14 - http://parkguitars.com/elan14, and David Dugas's 1939 Martin D-18
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At 8:32pm on May 9, 2008, Coy Wylie said…
Hey Gus, glad you are alive and well!
At 8:55pm on May 9, 2008, Coy Wylie said…
Man, I thought DD was serious. I got a text while I was driving and for a few minutes I felt so bad. I thought, "Man I barely know the guy and he died!" Don't let anybody saw off your legs! :-)
At 5:34pm on May 11, 2008, Gerald Jones said…
Hey Gus! I think Brad is going for the teeny tiny sleeves now instead of sleeveless...

Let's pick!
Gerald
At 11:41pm on May 11, 2008, Thorsten Jakobsson said…
>You coming to Kamp this year?
Sorry, I have to wait until my kids get older, but I have started counting. I have 3 daughters and if I go, they want to do something that cost the same, that is more than I can handle.
But, you may run into my oldest daughter at festivals in the fall. She will start studying at the Bluegrass Program at ETSU, Johnson City in august.
At 12:57pm on May 13, 2008, Keith Yoder said…
Hey Gus, that's awesome, looking forward to seeing you at kamp, we'll have to do some twin fiddling. Keith
At 5:49am on May 20, 2008, Mark Cosgrove said…
Hi Gus,
It should be a great year on Kampus. I look forward to seeing you there!
Best always, Mark Cosgrove
At 8:19am on May 21, 2008, Steve Kaufman said…
It just proves that you've got class!
See you in June!
SK
At 5:34pm on May 24, 2008, Lisa Flowers said…
thanks.....
haveing problems with my page and not being able to get help..maybe you can
At 4:15pm on May 28, 2008, Hazel Johnson said…
Hey Gus,

Good to hear from you, I am doing fine. I haven't been anywhere in along time, too many animals to see to.
I am still picking, and hold a jam every Sunday afternoon here at the house, which is alot of fun!
I am teaching some guitar lessons and mandolin lessons, here too. I wish I could make it to Kamp and see everyone, but things get in the way!
Come by anytime you are over this way, I would like to see you again.
Best Wishes,

Hazel.
At 5:42pm on May 28, 2008, Lisa Flowers said…
I can comment and so on, even add photo's, but just now I tried to add you as friend, it goes back to the top or to my page...I have a friend request pending and I haven't been able to see or add it....I have a constent error when I'm on my page? Mayhap the page owner can help? I really want to be able to use this page...lot's of great people on here..

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