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Columbus Stockade 1 year 6 months ago #6418

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Hey y'all! Hope everyone's having a wonderful holiday! Jeff and I put two more videos on YouTube. There's no harp in Oh Susanna, but I remembered Jeremy and a few of the very new members have an interest in mandolin, so I linked it here too. Hope you like them!
Columbus Stockade Blues

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Columbus Stockade 1 year 6 months ago #6419

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Excellent, absolutely excellent!!!

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Columbus Stockade 1 year 6 months ago #6421

AAAYYYYYEEEEEE!!!! Thatsa mighty fine playin and singin! Do either of you like to squirrel hunt?

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Marcy says she has a good squirrel dog.

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Thanks so much Jim and Squaks!
Jim's right, I don't hunt, but that dog sure can--squirrels, possums, raccoons, rabbits--she does it all. I better bring her to that hunt y'all go to so she can show you how it's done!

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Columbus Stockade 1 year 6 months ago #6427

Most of the stories you may have heard about the Columbus Stockade are true, I worked in Columbus in the late
'70s-'80s. Many of the bars along the river had trap doors in the floors to drop the unsuspecting drunk or soldier into
the river, and ALL the stages had chicken wire or chain link to protect the bands What an enriching time in my life.
Regards, Reed

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