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Richard Vigeant's picture
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Maybe

moving it to I'm Looking For...

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Hey

I'm the one who ask Marye about SF. It turn to live here, don't know why.
Let's put it in good hand, Marye, please?

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good question

very good question

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question

why is this in the Vineyard?

If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
William Blake

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Money

With the situation of CAdollard vs Usdollard this day, we already buy US money.

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A show for the Badger...

Hmmm, I think I'll speak to the boys and suggest a Furthur gig at the Cow Palace, possibly with a modern reconstruction of the Wall of Sound, as per CB's request to arrange a "show or two". I can't guarantee this will happen, but I'll give it my best shot. They did it once, who knows, maybe they'll give it another go. This one, if they do it, will be considerably more than the $2.00 ticket price for the March '74 show there (DP24). Maybe it could be done as a benefit for the Rex Foundation? Do two shows, or maybe even three, and a sellout is a sure thing. Think about it...

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Cosmic

We'll be there at the same time. Nice place to meet, don't you think?

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Joe Miller walk in GG park

If you want to have a leisurely day in GG Park and then down to the ocean with a bunch of long hairs and other assorted spiritual flotsam and jetsam. It is nominally run by the sufis, but they'reglad to incorporate a little bit of everything. They stop and sing songs, do astrology, feed the ducks, etc..

They start at the arboretum at 9th and Lincoln at noon. A larger part of the community comes out for their lunch hour in the park. Those who have the time continue on through the park and end up in the Sunset district at the beach where Joe Miller, the old guy who started this thing before he died, used to buy ice cream for everybody.

Don't know if any of this still happens but I'm sure the sufis will remember the Joe Miller walk. It used to be one of the juiciest things happening in SF when I lived in the Bay area in the early 80s.

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wow

i should try to be down there...mebbe we can plan a "badger fest!"

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badger!

I hope we have good weather for you!

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