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Thread: Organ grinding at Artsfest (day 2)

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    Organ grinding at Artsfest (day 2)

    Here are a few pictures of Saturdays Artsfest. We got lucky it only rained for about 10 min and we grabbed the Organ and headed for cover. After that it was a great day Busking and here's proof

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    Day 2

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    I even get sophisticated ladies to stop and look. Click image for larger version. 

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    And the look on the little boys face that is standing by his mom says it all. Click image for larger version. 

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    Hope ya'all enjoy these. I know I had a blast.
    Jay
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    Looking good!
    The fun part is when their mouth falls open when you tell them you built it yourself.
    Actually, the real fun part is how happy the music makes most people.

    Bob

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    Boy you got that right Bob. I have a sign that tells everyone how many parts and how much time it takes to build it and when they realize I built it there mouths just drop. It a lot of fun for sure.
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    Looks like a great day Jay! And hey, that's a nice little cart you made too...

    I bet that's a lot of fun, standing there. You just need a monkey!
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    Those are cool pics Jay, and the kids seem to be really interested, it must feel really amazing to find a thing that doesn't run on batteries and that doesn't have touch buttons or joysticks.

    I have a question though, what is that white cylindrical thing laying on the floor at your right?
    Best regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta View Post
    I have a question though, what is that white cylindrical thing laying on the floor at your right?
    That's the bubble machine Toni
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    I like your other monkey.

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    New pictures added

    Ya Chuck but he moved away and he wouldnt work for peanuts, he wanted barley pops
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    It looks like it was an instant hit with the Kids and adults alike.

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    Looks like a great event.
    Where was that? Republic?
    Need to plan for it next year.
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