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 Post subject: First to say thanks
PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:36 am 
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Well, seems I'm the first one who had to go home. Quite sad, 'cause I sure could have lived with some more of that stuff :wink: .

Thanks for having us, David and Patricia! You've done a great job... again 8) !
Thanks for eating all the fondue I brought (3kgs of cheese plus 3kgs of bread)!
Thanks for letting us enjoy the nice (haha), weather!

Above all, thanks to everybody for the good spirits, laughter, jokes and funny dialects (eh, Anndra :wink: )!

This will be a memory worth keeping :) !

Looking forward to seeing more pics flowing in!


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 4:44 pm 
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Well, I'll second that -

Having just flown back into a dismal heathrow and peeing it down rain -

The whole thing seems like a dream already -

David - thanks dude - an amazing experience - also thanks to your beautiful wife and your kids who all put serious effort into the most amazing hospitality I have ever encountered.....

What a bloody amazing bunch of
1) People
2) Musicians that you managed to pull together -
I'll tell you what - there aint many people that could have organised that...

I aint gonna forget this and all the ecouragement and effort you made with everyone....

I will always remember to squeeze the cork dude :D

Damn - I didnt have time to take any photos........

Have to wait for the the scottish diplomatic team to get 'em up on line :)


And thanks again


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:09 am 
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Third one back to reality with a bump here (literally as it goes, the pilot on the Frankfurt - Heathrow leg touched down hard).

I can only echo what has been said above, Thanks thanks thanks to you David, Patricia, Cici, and Nathan for everything you have done. This was a very special experience for me and, though I'm back in reality now, I'll always have a little bit of NiceStock in my heart.

So many good memories, floating around my head on the flight:

The stunning scenery, meeting old friends, meeting new friends, talking philosophy by the pool, lost baggage, eggy bread, coffee like you've never tasted, venus rising, sun rising, drunken insomniac bell ringers, the Scots accents (allez l'Ecosse!), James Bond, Cap'n Jack Sparrow, and little Tommy Cruise, un packet du Marlboro light du cent si vous plait, azerty keyboards, figs fresh from the tree, uppity frogs (in several senses, eh Mme Beyatch?), cicadas, jamming on the terrace, jamming in the live room, posing by the wall, kissing by the pool.

Jusque bientôt à mes amis.

"Saying you're an adult would make you an IM-poster." - Robbie jan 2006

I will use my robot hand for good.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2006 4:46 am 
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Third one back to reality with a bump here (literally as it goes, the pilot on the Frankfurt - Heathrow leg touched down hard).

In the flying business , we call that an "Arrival". (everybody on the airport knows you landed)

:lol: :lol:


Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.

 Post subject: nicestock blues
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 8:20 pm 
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it's over
back to another reality

don't have the words to adequately say thanks to you DC, Pat, Nathan, and Cici. And to all the great musicians and new friends i met.

i'm trying not to be sad its over and smile because it happened, but ...

Have to say I'm liking that idea of a musical commune more and more.

Respect to all

what would you save from the burning building?

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 9:47 pm 
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Well back home safe and sound in Edinburgh, And missing all you guys already its 830 here in UK and you guys are probably sitting down to dinner right now.
Nicestock was a life changing experience for me being able to meet all these wonderful people just like at Texastock.
The Jams, The Food The Chateau and most importantly...The People all came together, David My heartfelt thanks to You ,Pat CiCi and Nate for making me feel so welcome, I look forward to returning the compliment.

Off now for a shower and an early night.

Talk to yuo guys soon

Love Ross

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2006 10:26 pm 
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Hey Guys!

Im back from the canarian Islands and it was amazing. three girls.... thats fun ^^

I hope you had fun too and worked well.... with enough beer and food :D
I wanted to thank Dave, Patricia, Nathan and Cici, too!
It was a wonderful week with you and I had much fun. just sad that we had to leave so soon. But we will see us in two years :) ...I hope so 8)
And im really waiting for the CD.... ;)

big kisses

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