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    Hope to see some Grateful Threaders in Lebanon TN next week!

    I'll be camping in the Chartered Club area with New Sweden Riders.

    Anybody going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobs98 View Post
    Hope to see some Grateful Threaders in Lebanon TN next week!

    I'll be camping in the Chartered Club area with New Sweden Riders.

    Anybody going?
    Not this year. Going to the RCR instead. Maybe next year, depending on where it is.
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    RCR?

    Next year MOA is Great Falls, MT end of June.

    What about Green Mountain Rally, 6-8 September?
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    Brief Update:

    Had a Grate Show on June 20 at BB&T in Camden.

    Got in for Playin' in the Sand 2020 in January, Moon Palace in Cancun this time.

    Fall Fun Run (4 shows only) announced and sold out quickly.

    Madison Square Garden 31 October and 1 November.
    We got tickets for both shows.
    Resale tickets are available and prices are all over the place.

    Hampton Coliseum 8 and 9 November.
    May try to pick something up or just make the trip.
    Resale tickets are available and prices are a little lower than MSG.

    Have yet to meet anyone from here at a show. Still looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobs98 View Post
    RCR?

    Next year MOA is Great Falls, MT end of June.

    What about Green Mountain Rally, 6-8 September?
    Sorry, just saw this. Check your PMs.

    I'll be in Canada riding while the Green Mtn thing is on. Sorry!
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    No worries Bob.

    Have a great ride!
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    Dead and Co added 2 more shows, Nov 5 and 6 at Nassau Coliseum.

    We are going on Tuesday Nov 5. Anybody else?
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    Kurt -- Forum Liaison ---> Resources and Links Thread <---
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    Just continuing on his long strange trip. A chance to hook up with Jerry, Pig Pen and others again. The ultimate reunion tour.

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    Not sure how many saw these words by David Lemieux...came through the Dead.Net:

    Fare you well, Mr. Hunter. We love you more than words can tell...

    For a man who provided us with so many meaningful words, the soundtrack to our lives, he's left us a bit speechless with his passing. For more than 50 years, since his first lyrical contributions to the Grateful Dead in 1967, Robert Hunter has been just as integral a part of the legacy of the Grateful Dead as those who recorded the music to accompany his words, those who walked out on stage to bring his words to life. More than 2,000 times 1967-1995, these six (or five or seven) proud walkers on the jingle bell rainbow, plus countless thousands of times since then by other performers, the Grateful Dead have brought Hunter's words to life in front of all of us as their witness. Not a single day has gone by since 1984 that Hunter's words haven't been a part of my world; I've heard Jerry, Bob and others sing his words literally every day for the past 35 years.

    When the final Fare Thee Well show ended in Chicago in 2015, Mickey Hart famously sent us on our way by asking us to "please, be kind," and that lesson along with its lyrical brethren written by Hunter, "ain't no time to hate," and "are you kind?" are some of the truest words to live by. No matter what meaning, solace, lesson you find in Hunter's lyrics, please go out and do some good with them.
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    RIP Robert Hunter.

    His words will live on in the music that so many enjoy, and even more are finding every day!
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