Best wishes to you for whatever path opens up.
: Good to hear from you Eliot. And good luck with all your endeavors! I met you and tour
: Dad at my first Fantasy Camp in 2007. Hard to believe it's been ten years already!
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: Hello all, hope everyone is well, I know I don't post here a lot as much as I used
: too, although I do check in here, I used to write in here a lot when I was younger
: which I loved and I still love to here stuff about the Kingston Trio. But now I am
: not as young as I used to be, I am now 20 and finished my first year of college at
: Wittenberg University in Springfield Ohio, close to where Paul Rybolt lives, which
: is in Yellow Spring, so I saw Paul a little bit while up there and that was awesome.
: I decided to take a year off this year and am now in Eliot Maine serving at the
: Baha'i Center here, I decided to take off partially to take a break from school as
: well as maybe get some ideas of what I want to do, which I still don't really know
: yet. A lot of things have changed but a lot of things haven't one of which is my
: love for the Kingston Trio, I even told one of my friends who I am serving with who
: happens to be from Germany about them, he listens to Screamo music as well as a
: variety of other stuff, but sometimes he will play the Kingston Trio. I am still
: playing here and there, I even took a guitar class my senior year of high school, so
: now I can play a little guitar. one of my favorite songs to play on the banjo is
: "Back Home" by Andy Grammer who is the son of Limeliter member "Red
: Grammer" so if you haven't heard it I would recommend it, and also Noam
: pickelny came out with a new CD, so there is a funny video that I will post. So that
: is how I am doing. Folk on !