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Haha, oh I love camping. Lots up great spots in Northern Minnesota. Sadly my wife much prefers camping at KOA's and other such camp grounds where there's a shower, bathrooms, kids running around, etc. I much prefer hiking way out into the woods, setting up the tent and not seeing anyone else for a few days.
I just can't get over how beautiful that is. Someday I'd love to get a big plot of land with woods and water running through and just escape city life every once in awhile.The wonderful thing about being self employed with no children (yet) is that I've been able to do this since I got out of high school. Sadly in a few months it's going to come to an end.
Haha, that's where you lose me. I've never heard of those names. I'm a late 60's-early 70's prog/psych guy. Can spot that stuff a mile away. I appreciate classical music and know the well-known composers but when it comes to classical records and such I'm lost because I;m not very interested in it.I couldn't agree more on that last statement. If you enjoy a certain genre, you can obviously pick the valuable titles because you probably are after them yourself. If you have...
^^ Cool! Wonder how well it works...
I still cannot grasp classical records. Shaded dogs and all that. Just can't figure them out....
How badly warped are they? I have a few high dollar LPs that are warped and I was going to try the glass plate method on but never got around to it. Might be worth a shot.http://www.discogs.com/groups/topic/158063http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-a-Warped-Vinyl-Record
That jacket is made by Norman Hilton. That sheep weather-vane is their logo.Love Ibex!
Yep, he was one of them. EBTX66 was the other one. Both of them constantly found mind-blowing stuff for really cheap. Not sure what the current Dallas scene is like though as this was like 2-3 years ago.
I know a member who used to live there and find insane stuff. Kiton, RLPL, Brioni, etc all the time.
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