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I believe the dude in plaid was Bill Walco...  bought the marine grade Jubilee's and put them (outdoors) at his mountain top restaurant in Colorado.

 

I think it's Natalia's in Silverton but.....  it's been a couple sleepless nights since I was told

 

You know how the memory thing is.

 

http://www.natalias1912.com/index.html?utm_source=tripadvisor&utm_medium=referral

 

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On 7/23/2019 at 2:37 AM, dtel said:

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That should be the back of Rigma's (Marion Brown) head

 

Proof positive that he's got no male pattern baldness problem.

 

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4 hours ago, Coytee said:

I believe the dude in plaid was Bill Walco...  bought the marine grade Jubilee's and put them (outdoors) at his mountain top restaurant in Colorado.

 

I think it's Natalia's in Silverton but.....  it's been a couple sleepless nights since I was told

 

You know how the memory thing is.

 

http://www.natalias1912.com/index.html?utm_source=tripadvisor&utm_medium=referral

Thank You, your right I could not remember his name, sorry Bill.

 

The day we all went to lunch at old Washington he was at the table with us and I still forgot his name. It's the memory/age thing.

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@dtel thanks for putting names with faces that I have not had the pleasure. Perhaps one year they will come to the pilgrimage again. If not we will meet with PWK in the great celestial hall.

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That was such a great event! I learned a lot and met some great people as well. Hope we can do it again!

 

Coytee, good memory!  After 12 years, the Jubs still get a workout every day on the patio with live and recorded music. They look and sound like new, a testament to their design and construction quality. We are really glad Klipsch built them in marine - grade plywood for us.

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Ahhhhh great pics. I have 3D pics from this weekend somewhere......

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Pics from 2006 museum basement!!

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2007 Holiday Inn Express

How much gear and people can we put in one room.... La Scala's in there somewhere...

 

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41 minutes ago, Bill W. said:

That was such a great event! I learned a lot and met some great people as well. Hope we can do it again!

 

Coytee, good memory!  After 12 years, the Jubs still get a workout every day on the patio with live and recorded music. They look and sound like new, a testament to their design and construction quality. We are really glad Klipsch built them in marine - grade plywood for us.

Hi Bill,

Noticed you're closed during the winter? Come to the pilgrimage next April(?)

Is there a picture of the Jubes on your patio on your website?

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So I B Slammin needs limiters engaged when he's in control of the volume?..... Allrighty then.....

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Yes open May through October, closed in winter.

 

We have been trying to make the pilgrimage, always have schedule conflicts if the event is too late on the calendar.

 

You are right, no Jubilee pictures on the website, guess I have to fix that! (Don’t tell Coytee, he will probably faint if he sees pictures after all this time)

 

 

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He'd just figure a way to circumvent them. When he says "My house rocks.", he means it literally.

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1 hour ago, Bill W. said:

That was such a great event! I learned a lot and met some great people as well. Hope we can do it again!

 

Coytee, good memory!  After 12 years, the Jubs still get a workout every day on the patio with live and recorded music. They look and sound like new, a testament to their design and construction quality. We are really glad Klipsch built them in marine - grade plywood for us.

Sorry I couldn't remember your name, I thought it was you with the restaurant in CO but was not sure enough to say that possibly being wrong.

 

34 minutes ago, seti said:

Pics from 2006 museum basement!!

Thank you Seti, I just figured since it over 10 years ago why not everybody changes.

 

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22 minutes ago, dtel said:

Sorry I couldn't remember your name, I thought it was you with the restaurant in CO but was not sure enough to say that possibly being wrong.

Oh, no worries, dtel, your memory is doing just fine!

 

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Not meant to anyone’s post or pic. Just a funny pic I took yesterday as I was driving down the road
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This kind of picture makes me realize how long ago this was, even if it does not feel like it was.

We had our grandson with us, he is 19 now.

 

Time passes fast.

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