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#351 2013-01-11 05:03:12

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From: Madeira Beach, Florida
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Re: Picks Around the World

Cheers Bushy - Email sent. It will be neat to have the package here for Chordiestock!

Whitewater55 - you're next. Email me your addy when you get a chance.


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#352 2013-01-13 02:54:59

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Re: Picks Around the World

Email sent, td - and I hope that Chordie-stock goes well. Wish I could go, but finances won't allow it. Maybe a few of you can venture north this summer - Mrs. WW and I will be camped for the first two weeks of July at Marten River Provincial Park, near North-Bay, On.
If any are interested, would be glad to act as host for visitors.

Sorry, didn't mean to hijack the trhead - if there's interest, send me an email and I will start another thread.
Randy

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#353 2013-01-13 02:57:26

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Re: Picks Around the World

Hey, all,  Just found this thread, and read it cover to cover!  Better than TV.  Can't wait to get in on the action.  Been really interesting to see how the whole thing is evolving!


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#354 2013-01-14 08:09:39

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Re: Picks Around the World

G'day Folks,
                 the Picks package is on the move again, posted this morning to Topdown in Florida, hopefully in time for the Chordiestock "festival" happening soon.

All the best
Bushy


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#355 2013-02-13 03:52:17

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Re: Picks Around the World

Still haven't seen the PATW package - hope it gets here for chordiestock!


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#356 2013-03-16 22:55:15

bushy243
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Re: Picks Around the World

Topdown
            I did not hear if the picks ever turned up at your place or not

All the best
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#357 2013-03-16 23:02:45

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Re: Picks Around the World

I have not received it!!


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#358 2013-03-17 01:22:58

zguitar
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Re: Picks Around the World

OH NO, that's not good! Mid Jan. to mid Mar. is a long time. Should have been here by now. Dare I say that the PATW is dead? Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!


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#359 2013-03-17 02:01:57

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Re: Picks Around the World

I am not in the picks thing but I am hoping it turns up. Seems like we would be losing part of our history that has been around the world several times.


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#360 2013-03-21 22:01:20

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That's terrible, I know I'm not part of the group that got to be involved in the PATW thing, but I did enjoy following where it's been. It was kinda cool to watch, and it was definitely an exclusive Chordie thing. Bummer kinda deal for sure. No way to track it Huh? Hate to see it die that easily.

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#361 2013-03-21 23:35:56

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Re: Picks Around the World

Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? NO! It's not over until we say it's over.

- Senator Blutarski


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#362 2013-03-22 00:19:35

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Re: Picks Around the World

He's on a roll.

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#363 2013-03-29 02:29:30

bushy243
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Re: Picks Around the World

Sorry to hear the picks have not shown up yet. I have some tracking slips of the package at home so will see what I can do from this end. I will not be back home until middle of next week, hang in there.
All the best
Bushy


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#364 2013-04-08 23:23:25

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Re: Picks Around the World

Well Gaahaaahleee! I thought it was dead - Imagine the smile on my face when I opened my small mailbox this afternoon which contained a key to the Big Mailbox and within that a package from Australia!!! It could only be one thing!

THE PATW PACKAGE IS ALIVE!!!

Just opened the box and it strikes me funny as what started out as a handful of different plectrums now contains barely any (well at least in relationship to the rest of the package) - instead we have strings, winders, tuner, guitar cleaning supplies, CD's DVD's, a slide, various percussive instruments, a nose flute ("great for parties" - LOL) and a beer hugger from Australia (pretty sure I'm keeping that).

So almost 4 years since first started, the package continues to evolve and move. Shame it wasn't here for chordiestock, but so very happy to see it arise from postal purgatory. Bushy - don't know if your efforts with the tracking slips made a difference, but if so I sure do appreciate it.

I'll be traveling the rest of the week so won't get a chance to look thought in in detail until next weekend. But I'll be happy to send her on the road again once I get back - First to email their address gets it!


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#365 2013-04-08 23:54:34

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Re: Picks Around the World

Remember your promise to Whitewater when you asserted starter's privilege. 

- Zurf


"Forced means you're painting a train blue."  - Jets60
"If it comes from the heart and you add a few beers... it'll be awesome!" - Mekidsmom
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#366 2013-04-08 23:57:33

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Zurf wrote:

Remember your promise to Whitewater when you asserted starter's privilege. 

- Zurf

DOH! - Of course I don't remember that - it was many months ago.

Whitewater it is - I'll email him for his address!


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#367 2013-04-09 03:26:37

zguitar
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Re: Picks Around the World

YAY!!!!!! You don't hear too many stories about stuff showing up in the mail months later. Like getting your bag lost at the airport, it's gone and never coming back. Glad it made tho.


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#368 2013-04-09 04:52:51

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Re: Picks Around the World

I'm really glad to hear that it's still alive! Yeah!

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#369 2013-04-09 06:14:42

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Re: Picks Around the World

If you dont get whitewaters addy, I will gladly continue on this.  I recon a coupple Lukenbach goodies and a crazy water sticker or two would be interesting enough. Let me know.

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#370 2013-04-09 10:07:44

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Woweeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! So pleased it has eventually returned.

Rog


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#371 2013-07-03 01:37:30

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Re: Picks Around the World

G'day everyone, just bumping this up to see if the PATW is still going around.


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#372 2013-07-03 03:39:48

zguitar
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Re: Picks Around the World

I'm thinking it is in one of three places:

Still with Topdown

Lost in the mail

With Whitewater


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#373 2013-07-03 03:49:12

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This time it's on me - I've been traveling for work the last 12 weeks in a row, 16 weeks out of the last 18. The box is on my desk at home and I honestly have not had the time to go through it or make it to the post office with their limited hours. My travels will be ending soon (couple more weeks max) at which point I will get it in the mail to whitewater.

I do not recommend trying to manage the construction of 3 student housing projects that all must finish at the same time - it's been kickin' my butt.


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#374 2013-07-03 14:47:55

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Re: Picks Around the World

TD, I've been a superintendent / project superintendent on several student housing projects across the states so I know what you are going thru. One is a challange, 3 is headache. Just wait until the students start moving in and things get destroyed - then the owners want corrections made as a "punchlist" item.

Lets keep the PATW going, folks. I think I've had the package 3 different times and I am going to keep my eye out and see if I can get it again.

NELA

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#375 2013-07-03 18:28:29

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Re: Picks Around the World

Jeffro, I'd like to contribute a pick to the collection.


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