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Joined: Jul 20 2007
Sold our deli...

after it ruined my life :(
Should of sold it sooner mabe things would be different today...

Joined: Mar 12 2008
maybe I can be a capitalist too...

I wonder if anyone would be interested in buying fresh "seabird guano"? I have good access to it. It is a wonderful fertilizer though I'm not sure if it needs to be aged or not, I guess you could make a tea from it.

Joined: Jul 12 2007
Hey, Mary!

Thanks for the Hey, Mary! Good to see you, too!
Happy Summer!

- Beth
Beth Livingston
Author of Kind Veggie Burritos: The Cookbook
Recipes for Deadheads, all proceeds go to Rex & SEVA
"Without love in the dream,
It'll never come true.."

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Joined: May 26 2007
hey Beth!

nice to see you and the KVB in these parts!

Joined: Jul 12 2007
Kind Veggie Burritos - Touring with YOU this Summer?

Hey now.. lots of grate shows are coming up this Summer. So what are YOU gonna be feeding your family? How about some Good Food and Good Karma?

Now in its 15th year, the one and only Kind Veggie Burritos Cookbook is still going strong and wants to be your tour buddy.

Full of yummy recipes for touring, camping, and home, all proceeds go to the Rex Foundation and to SEVA. No profits, no corporate trips, just good food for good people.

Sold by mail order only (except the good folks at Type B Tie-Dye Studios in New Hope, PA), skip that creepy fast food while you're on the road. Instead, Eat well, Be Kind! Order yours today!

May the four winds blow you safely home,
- Beth

Beth Livingston
Author of Kind Veggie Burritos - The Cookbook
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"Without love in the dream, it'll never come true."
. . . . . . Thank you, Jerry . . . . . . . . . . .

Joined: Jan 11 2009
Vending at upcoming shows

Hey everybody,

I'm wondering if anybody knows what shakedown will look like at the upcoming shows...I'm hoping Camden will rage! What about Coney Island, Jim Thorpe and the Mann Center?? Good vending scene or bust??

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Joined: Jun 17 2010
Psychedelic Gifts & Handmade Artifacts

Hey everyone!
It would be an honor if you would take a moment and visit our webpage - We make chemistry/molecular-based art and jewelry using mixed media like LSD blotter art and other fun things...We are also actively looking for partners in the community to help us vend in other locations - either head shops or traveling vendors - visit our purchasing page to learn about our wholesale opportunities.

All this is still developing through the love and support of this community :) Come grow with us!

Been on tour for many years and recently started up this little shakedown vending thing, born from the community, family and experiences I've had over the past 20 years on the road.

Light and Love,

Shamanic Harmonics
Psychedelic Art & Jewelry Laboratory

Joined: Jun 10 2010
Handmade wine glasses

I found someone's vending wares at the Further Festival at Mountain Air in Angels Camp. 5/10
If you know anyone who lost their stuff please have them contact me to identify. They have a small child too based on other stuff left with it. I am sure they want it back

lamagonzo (not verified)

Post this in the Furthur threads. I've seen one vote for "too much excess" and the rest of the votes have been positive vis-a-vis families with a small percentage of real concerns from parents.

Different venues will have different vibes depending on who shows up.

Joined: Jun 3 2010
Furthur Parking Lot?

I'm taking the family (my wife and I, and 2 boys: 9 and 12) to the Lowell, MA show later this month and am wondering what to expect in the parking lot.

My elder son has been into making wallets, cell phone cases and such, out of duct tape for family and friends. i told him he should embellish them with a lightening bolt or two and try to hawk them outside the show.

I went to 70 or 80 shows between '79 and the passing of Jerry, and to me the parking lot was always almost as enjoyable as the concert. But I've since been on "hiatus", and I don't know what the current scene is like. I remember that, as it got into the 90's, things were degenerating, with lots of yahoos and nitrous and whatnot.

I want to know if this minor league ball field parking lot would be a safe and happy place for the family to show up 2 or 3 hours early, do some tailgating, watch the crowd, and maybe sell some handmade wallets without getting hassled.

What do you all think?


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