.... Can we talk about favorite moments at jambo? (1 Viewer)

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Vision

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Jambo was great, kids. Thanks for being awesome and supportive. What a good time! I will be posting photos soon.

ALSO, if anyone finds a small black notebook with my name in it, I may have left it there. Let me know and I will pay for shipping or whatever to get it to me.

Thanks again, fam.
 

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I really enjoyed meeting everyone and I now realize I took zero pics, so I look forward to seeing the ones folks share!
Favorite is hard to nail down, but learning to make cord from @feral wanderer was awesome. Getting to see and hear folks sing and play both at the Range and at the Library was some good shit as well!
 
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My favorite moment was saturday night at the karaoke bar - screaming a bunch of songs at the top of our lungs, and then Koala shows up out of nowhere, wtf?! And getting my 1st vest from Viking was so incredible
 

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Hell yeah it was fuckin amazing! I showed off the vest Viking gave me on saturday and one girl said she wanted to go
^Ya....that shit was pretty epic. I must say

Also:

-Ska Bar/Karaoke Bar
-Getting to meet everyone else
-Watching @feral wanderer get immersed as fuk into this lifestyle, lol
-A-camp.....NOT A-CAMP!!!
 

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Any time system of a down or pearl jam play, @Koala will emerge
It's true. Although this was definitely the first time I have been roused out of sleep (while wearing earplugs!) because I could hear faint inklings of Chop Suey. Glad I heard it, we absolutely killed it with BYOB
 

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Hey everyone it's Willow! It was so great meeting y'all and having such a warm welcome into this community. I loved exploring the slabs & wholesome really is the perfect word. my favorite part was probably all the folk singers at the Range. @croc, there was a song you sang there, I heard other people singing it too, and it's been stuck in my head since then even though I don't know the words other than "I fucked up the timing." Help me out?
 
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@WallyGator lolol none of the songs I played had those lyrics. I played..
Wishing well - annoying
Misanthropic drunken loner - dnd
Cry tunes (cold beer) - Jesse Stewart (cover of a cover lol)

Also, bc I never said mine: my favorite things were the hot springs, how receptive/supportive the crowd was to my set at the range, and the inspiring art at east jesus!
 
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