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Razyn's Comments

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At 7:24am on December 2, 2008, John Masciale said…
Hi Razyn,

good to see you here!
At 10:23pm on December 12, 2008, John Masciale said…
Hi Dick, I wish I'd have known you were up here. Naperville is a short drive from here.

On my page, under my name and address is a link to change my picture or to change my my theme. You should be able to update your picture there.
At 3:10am on December 13, 2008, John Masciale said…
Do you see a box on the top right hand side of the screen with your name in it on your page? What happens when you click the settings button? There is a way in settings to upload a picture there.
At 3:16am on December 13, 2008, John Masciale said…
Try connecting to this link:
At 2:22pm on December 19, 2008, Carl Anderton said…
I guess the stand vs. sit issue does not apply to that instrument you're playing.
At 5:33pm on December 19, 2008, Tim Twiss said…
Hi. Yes, I remember you. Nice to see you here. Hope you are well! All the familiar faces are showing gathering at the new site.
At 1:29pm on December 20, 2008, Greg Adams said…
Hey Dick, Welcome to the Ning website. It's pleasingly interactive! Hope you are well!
At 4:49pm on March 30, 2009, Troy Nordman said…
I've loved curly maple since I worked for an artist back in high school. He made intricate wooden inlay designs in boxes. I love it, but it's a pain to turn and, in my case, use hand tools on.

I've got an order in to Amazon for Ring the Banjar. For a newbie I understand the learning curve is great. I hadn't even figured that on the shields.
At 6:16pm on March 31, 2009, David Swarens said…
After a few machine mis steps, I have gotten a copy (of the Gumbo Chaff book)to Mr. Tim Twiss, who has cleaned it up a bit, and should have it available to share.
An application to him should get you a better copy than the one I could supply.
Sorry I didn't reply earlier, but getting it sent (to Tim) distracted me, I'm afraid!

David Swarens.
At 9:55am on May 25, 2010, Grace Morsberger said…
Hi Dick,

Yes, I'll be happy to try and post a larger version of the photo on the Harpers Ferry thread. Colin was the young boy and Cynthia Connolly was the woman from Arlington. Other than that, I don't know most people's last names, either, but I believe Melinda was going to send out a list with everyone's contact info.
At 12:33pm on May 25, 2010, Grace Morsberger said…
Oh great! Thanks for all these names!
At 11:39am on May 26, 2012, Andy Gelfert said…

Hello Razyn. Thank you for the welcome. I also have early accordeon tutors, however, if you were willing, I would very much like to see, if you are agreeable, if you have something I don't, and share anything you may not have from my collection. I like your expression "free-reed tolerators" :-) 

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