Grateful Dead

Poet's Corner, outpost Vermont

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Greetings, and thankyou dead.net denizens

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Joined: Nov 21 2007
very nice !!

This is a beutiful photo Andy ! Thank you for sharing .

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Joined: Jun 5 2007
Nice

I can look at this photo while I am stuck in my crummy office. Thanks.

"That path is for, your steps alone."

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Joined: Jun 22 2007
Very nice

Like an angel, standing in a shaft of light Rising up to paradise, I know I'm gonna shine..

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oh, yuo likey?

I'll post some foliage pictures as soon as I get a moment.

Thanks for the feedback, my girlfriend chides me for my ability to make a smokey fire, and char the food I cook over it, so I figured I would turn the wet wood into a positive photo op. : ) Kind of makes a cathedral feeling in the old backyard.

Now, of course, the fire has moved inside and is used for warmth, instead of cooking.

The feel of fall in the air, the smell, the colors, all of it has an empty feeling, and will never be the same, since 1995. It's not that we don't enjoy the harvest, and the colors to their maximus, but there was something so magical about fall tour, and somehow Jerry not being around to add his joyous melodic sense to it all, is an empty place that will never be filled the way he did. Fall will never be the same, as example, those two days in Augusta, October 11- 12, 1984, a perfect example. Pure bliss, inside and outside the Civic Center. It will never be that way again. But we struggle through with the bountiful harvest, and psychedelic colors, but we still miss you like hell up here, Jerry, fall won't never be the same.

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Joined: Jul 2 2007
gorgeous

Now that is one fine and beautiful photo! ********************************** Education: that which reveals to the wise, and conceals from the stupid, the vast limits of their knowledge. Mark Twain

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Poet's Corner, outpost Vermont