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Trivia questions, who wrote that song, when was the last time the Dead played Deer Creek, etc.

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lazy river road

Thank you very much.
I like this song very much and I think the lyrics are maybe the best of the Dead.

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re: studio version of Lazy River Road

It can also be found on the 'So Many Roads' box set, on cd 5. http://www.dead.net/store/spring-1990-shop/so-many-roads

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Lazy river road

Hi. I am sure that once I've heard lAZY RIVER ROAD in a studio version.
If someone knows the name of the album . I will be very Grateful.
Dani.

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Florida GD Tribute band, Crazy Fingers

Florida GD Tribute band, Crazy Fingers, seeking an experienced and professional rhythm guitarist/vocalist for full time work. Must have a track record of playing GD music. Video auditions by way of youtube only to begin, possible personal audition to follow. Email the link to video along w/ your information to : fingeraudition@gmail.com

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sorry double post

Teachers open the door, but you enter by yourself.

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My 2 cents, while the Grand Canyon was quite international,

my wife and I really enjoyed heading north to the variety of delights in Utah.
Bryce Canyon was transportive, so magical, much more intimate,
sparce crowds, and you can wander down
into these towering psyhcedelic spires morning or night.

Zion and Arches were spectacular as well.
Again quieter, but with astounding and spiritual vistas.
We definately want to return to those Utah sites/sights again.
Those Utah parks were intimate and wonderful.

Teachers open the door, but you enter by yourself.

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Wilfredt

Thanks for the info. I'll check these books out.

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tphokie

You might look at books like Route 66 Backroads by Hinckley, Bowers et al. or 20 West by Mac Nelson for tips. I for one would visit the Blue Hole in New Mexico.

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Anna

Thanks for the input! Some very helpful advice! My primary focus is a spiritual journey (using a very broad definition of that word). The Hopi's Third Mesa is an intriguing suggestion! Do you know where I could find more info on this?

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Wow, 18 days. Wish I had the time to do nothing with my child while on an odyssey cross-country.

My advice would be getting off the interstate for certain selections of your tour. The Interstate has ruined our experience of America. Don't make advance reservations at chain motels. Some times that night's rate without a room sold is quite cheap. The Grand Canyon is nice, but I have seen it many times and I would go to the Hopi's Third Mesa,which is a sacred community of elders near Flagstaff. Sometimes it's not a good time to visit for white people.In the same way, I would think you should decide what themes are important to you and your son and plan accordingly. Are you more predisposed to Mount Rushmore or Devil's Tower (sacred to American Indians)?

San Francisco is not cheap and I would find a place to stay near the city and explore by day. Motel 6 is up to $120 in SF.

Unless money is no object, I would make a bee-line home and get in the way of whatever is interesting. Escalante and Capital Reef and the other "Grand Circle" of National Parks is always worthy!

Good luck! Whatever happens is the perfect thing. With that attitude no bumming is allowed!

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