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"Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere."
-Carl Sagan

I haven’t even had the time to tell you all that I had the chance to work and stay on the Hog Farm for 4 days. It was amazing, like stepping onto sacred ground, and I still can’t believe it happened.
Most importantly, while there at a festival a few weeks back, I had the chance to see Wavy Gravy and Tom Paxton sit down at 4:20, for what was essentially story time, and for two hours I sat in amazement at what was happening in front of my very eyes. Also, Joan Baez played later that night and really capped off my excitement/happiness/fulfillment quota for the day. 

The dog days are over.
With all of the Burners making their way back home, the various pits being looked over by us have been returned. Sok was the last to go, so we treated him to a foggy morning at the beach.

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"Every drummer I’ve ever spoken to or read an interview with – my dad is always in their top three,” Bonham said, proudly. “I’m honored to share his name and represent him all these years after he’s gone. It’s been fantastic." "I don’t think he even realized that 33 years after he died, he’d be an icon in the drumming world and the band became what they did—bigger than ever,” Bonham said. “He’s such an icon and yet he was such a simple, regular guy when he was at home.” - Jason Bonham talking about his Dad.