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Offline Rip Van Dan

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Re: Rip Van Dan ancient history
« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2015, 05:19:17 PM »
Thanks all!

Yeah, I was surprised to find them.  Was a real hoot when I did and even more fun when I found the old shirts in the garage as I was getting ready to move.   

I'm actually in Duvall, WA now though all my stuff won't get here for another couple of days.  First thing I have to do when it gets here is sell some of my non-Eden gear.  We don't have nearly the room we did before.  Internet is really limited at the moment because the only computer we have to connect is my wife's mini-laptop.

It sure is pretty here though and word is the music scene is very active.   I'm looking forward to that.

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Re: Rip Van Dan ancient history
« Reply #16 on: April 21, 2015, 11:48:42 AM »
Post some pic's of your new whereabouts when you have settled in.
Moving like this is like moving through the whole Europe, kind of. Old World is a tad smaller, if yu don't count Mother Russia.  :D
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Re: Rip Van Dan ancient history
« Reply #17 on: April 21, 2015, 02:12:14 PM »
My wife and I flew into Seattle late Saturday night.  My brother, John, and my brother-in-law, Steve, are driving the 26' U-Haul truck with our Dodge van on a trailer behind it.   They left late Friday and expect to roll in here about 10 PM tonight.  They've had more than a few interesting experiences along the way including narrowly avoiding a 45 car/truck pile up in the snow on Interstate 80 near Laramie, Wyoming.

I expect to unload everything tomorrow so I will finally have my gear back in my hands then.  I'm online using my wife's mini laptop so everything is going pretty slowly.  Once I get my computer back up and settled, I'll send along some pictures.  It's really a pretty area!

Dan
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Dan Gracia
'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
5-string Rogue LX405 Pro (Surprisingly good "no-name" bass)
WT500/800 Highwayman (signature model)
D.N.S 410-8
Line6 X2-XDS wireless
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spares:
Eden RS400, GK BK250, GK 115 cab, acoustic B410 cab, Sunn Beta 202 (2x12)

Offline TobiasMan

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Re: Rip Van Dan ancient history
« Reply #18 on: April 22, 2015, 11:45:54 AM »
Hope the move goes smoothly, Dan.
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