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General Discussion / JD the Juggler
« on: April 21, 2017, 03:17:35 PM »
Okay.....for someone who has loved John for most of my life.....I am a HORRIBLE FAN! I did not know John was a good Juggler! ::)
These PHOTOS came from the John Denver Photos And Videos on Facebook.










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General Discussion / Finally someone who agree that JOHN could play!
« on: April 04, 2017, 05:34:32 PM »
This is a pretty cool article.  It's called: So You Think You Know John Denver?
Love how the first thing they say is:
John Denver could play hellacious guitar.

Today, it's easy to forget about this side of Denver. You won't hear it on endlessly recycled studio mega-hits like Annie's Song, swaddled in the cheesy overproduction typical of the era's corporate soft rock.

But he had a broader musical palette, and much more going on as a songwriter and artist, than stuff like that represents.
History is an ongoing process of revising what we think we know. Today, many remember John Denver, if they think about him at all, as a soft-rock schlockmeister. So it's time to flip the script. Below are twelve tracks that capture Denver from some unaccustomed angles—and argue that his memory and art deserve better.


THE REST HERE:

https://web.musicaficionado.com/main.html#!/article/do_you_think_you_know_john_denver_by_genesantoro?invitedBy=yamaha&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=fanpage

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Playing John Denver's Music / 2017 CMA Featuring Country Roads
« on: April 03, 2017, 01:35:31 PM »
Quote
WINNER! Video of the Year: "Forever Country" by Artists of Then, Now & Forever

WHOOHOO!!!! I love this video....and the song!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2pAslx5az8

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General Discussion / Quilters new Shower
« on: March 28, 2017, 01:12:01 PM »
Betsey has sent me the finished photos of her new 'easy handicap shower'.....
I have to say, it is GORGEOUS! I love the color choices! ♥ (And the Moose shower curtain)  ;D








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General Discussion / RevCorbie.....HAPPY BIRTHDAY
« on: March 08, 2017, 11:05:51 AM »

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Forum FAQ / Support / HOW TO POST A PHOTO FROM PHOTOBUCKET to HERE
« on: February 28, 2017, 09:36:32 PM »
CORBIE...I decided to post HOW TO here, as it was easier for me to SEE (preview) what I was trying to show you.


How to post a photobucket photo on JD site

FIRST you have to have your photos uploaded from your computer to photobucket. This is the only hosting site I use..so the only one I know how to talk about. (There are tons of other sites...some you use the little "button" at the top of the REPLY box, that looks like a wee framed Mona Lisa..next to the Earth...RIGHT UNDER the BOLD B.)

MOST IMPORTANT: what I see on my page is slightly different than you will, UNLESS you are a paid member. I had to upgrade when I filled up my free allotment.

AND EVEN if I go look at YOUR page..I see it like I see mine. So your page may vary slightly...but the CODES WILL BE THE SAME..

Once they are there, you can "Grab" the photo in two different ways.

Once on your page you will have rows and rows of photos with code under them.
Best to sort your photos into albums, or if you are like me with hundreds, you can't find them in one giant page.
SO..I just screen capped one row of mine.




This is a closeup of ONE PHOTO...so you can see the code. THE ARROW is the code you COPY...(if you click on that line..it will turn blue...then just copy)



THAT IMG CODE is now copied...or stored in your mouse, etc.(I'm a techno turd..so a horrible teacher)

THEN YOU..simply go to the POST on the JD site. Where you are making a reply or want to post your photo...and you DO NOT have to use any of the buttons there..
JUST PASTE that code you copied...INTO your REPLY POST.


IMPORTANT: Do a PREVIEW of your reply BEFORE hitting reply. YOU will be able to SEE your photo in the reply box, IN PREVIEW MODE. If not...well you did something wrong! LOL :) AND I suck at teaching...

ANOTHER WAY:
Hold your cursor over the photo you want...these options will pop up...you can move, delete whatever...but don't need them. JUST showing you what it looks like.



NOW...actually click on that PHOTO. AND it will open in a new page and look like THIS:


SEE HOW THE PHOTO is large now. AND most important, see the cods off to the RIGHT?


IF YOU CLICK ON THE IMG CODE THERE...WATCH IT...it will carefully..it will TURN BRIGHT YELLOW and say COPIED.
Now you have it copied in your mouse again...same as the first time.

DO the same thing....PASTE that code directly into the Reply box that you should have open, ready to post photos.

I HOPE THAT WORKS FOR YOU!! :)

ANY QUESTIONS....PLEASE SEND ME A PRIVATE MESSAGE...

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General Discussion / John Denver - Healing Time On Earth
« on: January 16, 2017, 12:45:41 PM »
This is probably already here some place..I can be very slow on the uptake! ;D
But, as I am sitting here in tears...well, so can you...
Just beautiful...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKc0wEmwmYc&feature=youtu.be

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General Discussion / HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
« on: December 31, 2016, 12:58:08 PM »
JUST HAD TO WISH YOU ALL.....A HAPPY NEW YEAR. AND I LOOK FORWARD TO A NEW YEAR AND MORE WONDROUS INFO AND STORIES AND PHOTOS FROM YOU ALL!


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General Discussion / Grandpa D...and the Christmas Bells..
« on: December 19, 2016, 03:34:38 PM »
Grandpa D (Dale) put this little video on my Facebook page and I HAD to figure out how to get it here. I've never been able to SAVE someones Facebook Video before..but after some research, I think I got it! ;D
Then uploaded it to MY Youtube channel and BAM! Linked you all up.. ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aY7Kb9aWps&feature=youtu.be


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John Denver's old Aspen-area home sells for $2.75 Million

http://www.aspentimes.com/news/john-denvers-old-aspen-area-home-sells-for-2-75-million/

The new owners of the Aspen-area home originally owned by John Denver have no plans to raze and replace it with a new one....
That’s according to Jim Bineau, who along with his wife, Anita, represented the buyers of the home. Public records show Kilfinnan LLC, controlled by local couple Denis and Kelly O’Donovan, paid $2.75 million for the 570 Johnson Drive property. The guest residence was not sold as part of the deal, which was made public Dec. 8 by the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

Jim Bineau said the couple plan to renovate the home, which originally was built in 1972 and remodeled in 1985. The home has a total heated area of 6,849 square feet with five bedrooms and 51/2 baths, property records show.

“(The new owners’) goal, from my understanding, is to redo it,” he said. “They like the features and the architecture but they’re interested in bringing it up to date.”

While not technically historic — the property is not listed on any historic registers local or national, said Cindy Hoeben, Pitkin County’s director of Community Development — it is a treasure trove for Denver fans.

“John’s spirit is there, I’m sure,” said a member of the Facebook page “Fans of John Denver Around the World,” which broke news of the sale Monday.

It also was one the first homes built in the gated Starwood neighborhood around the peak of singer-songwriter’s fame.

Dillon resident and radio personality Willie Hoevers told The Aspen Times in January 2015 that he was seeking investors to buy the property and convert it into a sanctuary for global peace talks. Hoevers said Thursday that the idea didn’t gain much ground.

“As a John Denver fan, you can’t hang onto everything forever,” he said. Rumors had been swirling on social media that the new owners would tear down the home.

“I know in the world of John Denver, people are up in arms,” Hoevers said.

Some members of Fans of John Denver Around the World clung to hopes that the property will remain preserved.

“I hope whoever bought it has appreciation for John and doesn’t change it,” said one person on the Denver fan page. “I’ll never see the place, but it’s comforting to know that John’s aesthetic influence on the property remains.”

Bineau, a broker with Coldwell Banker/Mason Morse, said Denver fans can rest easy that the home won’t be torn down.

“I would be frankly shocked if (the new owners) did that,” he said. “They’re into the history of the house and they love the house.”

Suzanne Wolff, assistant director of Community Development, which processes land-use applications for the county, said Thursday all that she was aware of for the property is a pending septic permit and a possible redesign of the home’s interior.

The O’Donovans once owned and operated Finbarr’s Irish Pub and Kitchen in the Hyman Avenue Mall.

Denver died in October 1997 after a private aircraft he was piloting crashed into Monterey Bay near Pacific Grove, California. He was 53.

Survivors of Denver sold the estate in February 1999 to New York-based entity DBZ Trust. At the time, main home sold for $2.38 million and the guesthouse brought in $1.3 million.

While DBZ sold the main home, it still has possession of the guest residence. Heidi Houston of Compass represented DBZ in the transaction.

rcarroll@aspentimes.com

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General Discussion / Queeny's 2016 Xmas decorations, etc.
« on: November 30, 2016, 02:02:36 PM »
SO...this is my 2016 Holiday decorations..

Starting outside...

The surrounding mountains..(look waaaay past everything, they are ALL white with Snow!)



Today...backyard.
 




Now lights...













TREE..(and Misty)



Entertainment center



Top of entertainment center



Closeup of Swag greenery



Entertainment center shelves...

TOP RIGHT..



Middle and bottom RIGHT



Center BOTTOM behind glass



Center TOP under deer, above TV



Entertainment center..SHELVES LEFT SIDE

TOP LEFT



Middle LEFT



Bottom LEFT



Stand alone Side table, FULL



MISTY was helping..



Side Table RIGHT side



Side Table LEFT side



Side Table, closeup of large Santa



Dining room table...this is an antique wooden and brass sleigh and reindeer. It comes completely apart. (The little stuffed santa and packages did not come with it..)





To the LEFT of the Entertainment center..we have this picture.





AND New this year..a wreath made from a cowboys rope...bought at the Weiser fall Bazaar.
(It is easily 4 feet around)



Just past the rope wreath, is a wall behind the dining room table.





Kitchen Island/bar
(With Yule Log my Dad made the log for me, I decorated it...last time he used his big power tools.[/b]



Closeup of kitty candy dish on "red candle" side of Yule Log.





Close up of now, candle holder sleeping mouse, on the "green candle" side of Yule log.



ChrisMoose on small blue end table we bought for kitchen



My card holder..it's by the front door, and another 6 inches or so longer



More lighted pictures






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General Discussion / Happy Birthday GRANDPA D
« on: November 07, 2016, 05:10:56 PM »
I'm so sorry this is late....I have no excuse except that I was crazy busy!
But I already had this graphic made up....SO BIG GUY!! I'm USING IT... ;D


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General Discussion / GRANDPA D...ASPEN IN OCTOBER 2016 PHOTOS
« on: October 19, 2016, 07:59:57 AM »
Just sharing the photos Grandpa D shared with me...I feel honored that I got to see them first! ;D





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I found this guy doing ANNIE'S SONG...and the instrument is so unique, that the video/music is just stunning..♥

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7VbU9BtHFM

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General Discussion / Virginia's Scanned JD Articles
« on: August 19, 2016, 02:48:46 PM »
Thank you Virginia for sharing these with us..











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