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A buddy of mine would like to go Jamaica for JITS next week. DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANOTHER PERSON who wants to attend?  2 are needed to fill a room...please have them contact me asap >   sbixby22@gmail.com

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Have a blast on island-time!  I’m guessing JITS would be right up my alley ..  just a guess though...

 

Safe Travels !  Wave it Wide + High ⚡️

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Is anyone here headed down? I'm here now for the Mule run before JITS, looking forward to Hot Tuna tomorrow. We're trying not to wear out Rob B before California Kind gives him back to DSO, but no promises. The former is a must check out band, btw, nice originals and a great ROR and FOTM on the beach! And Warren sat in with them for an amazing Bird Song>Shakedown>Dew. So Rob will be all warmed up for the next run! Safe travels to anyone going to Jamaica!

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Over/Under on when we hear what’s been goin on?  I’m goin 3 days although I was contemplating no comments until it’s over-and-done...

 

Digging-out from 9-10 inches of snow in a place where schools close due to flurries.   Think I’d rather be in Runaway Bay ... 

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Shoulda taken the over....

Patch those bones and let us know what went down....

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2019 JITS:

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i think id die trying to dance in sand.  Unable to dance I’ll crawl...

 

Have fun on island time Boonoonoonoos!

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