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well i know there have been alot of posts about the az gathering
so ima gonna make 1 too.the week prior to the gathering was a work week from hell, so it was a greatly needed break from reality..well from the daily mundane reality we all deal with.
man i met and remet so many cool people. and thoroughly enjoyed it.
a few thanks
mndslutty: you did a great job......of organizing, herding, helping.....and the head you gave me....
pris1: your a great guy, very generous and well i wish i had talked with you more.....introversion and brain damage on my part limited that . anyway total pleasure to meet you
everyone that brought and/or played an instrument. THANK YOU...falling asleep both nights has never been better. beautiful
todcasil: thanks for climbing up the ridge that morning. i saw and followed. what a cool moment in time we shared i felt. your a good soul.
thanks to everyone else.....<3
my favorite part of gatherings is as everyone is moving to and from little groups. as time went on i kept ending up in the small groups talking, chatting, smoking, eating....they were hardly ever the same from time to time. its when you get to know people alot better....and try something new and cool...be it a drug, and idea or a knowing smile.
anyways yall rock. been on vacation lately so my 1st chance to post
Great meeting you oDin, was happy to have the chance, and i hope to do it again someday.
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