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Ok I’ve never posted before but it’s about time I did. Sooo I went to South Africa a few years back and saw some amazing things and met some incredible people and I thought I’d share a few snapshots.

Reviewing the golfing experience at The Golf Club at Oxford Greens in Oxford, Connecticut by a course member and golf enthusiast.

Gary Napoli, Frank Ciancio, Angelo Carlucci, Sal Melchiore at Oxford Greens Member/Member Tournament.  Photo: oxfordgreens.com

Member/Member Tournament Results

About the Course

Delicately carved from the woods west of Naugatuck State Forest, the Golf Club at Oxford Greens is one of Connecticut’s most impressive golf courses and has been named the “3rd Best Public Course in Connecticut” by Golfweek. Taking full advantage of more than 680 acres of natural beauty, breathtaking vistas, and ever-changing terrain, The Golf Club combines New England’s greatest resources with a neoclassical design. Read Full Article →

From original photos and art. Featuring “Arcadia” by Apparat and “When I’m Small” by Phantogram.

Photos taken circa March 2009- June 2009 in Austin, Texas: my home for exactly two years. This is a random slice of time that skips around a bit and does not include all photos from that time period. In the future, I hope to go back and put together a video for the rest. I loved my time in Austin and wish the best for everyone who was a part of my experience there.

So  Monday August 9 marks the 15th year of the passing of Jerry Garcia and it really got me thinking about the precious amount of time we all have on this earth and how it really just melds together in our own daily life, drama, work, love, family, triumph’s & tragedy’s and all the other crazy shit we all cram into a 24 hour period.

In the past 15 years I have loved, lost, been homeless, lived in 5 star hotels, ate at 5 star restaurants, been to jail, panhandled change for food, bought a house, had 2 great children and have met some of the greatest friends along the way. In some strange way or another it all comes back to Jerry.

Some people grow up with hero’s. I never had one myself. but in 1994 when I saw my first GD show I knew in my heart that this was something that was going to stick with me the rest of my life and it has in one way or another it has.

Now that I am growing up and trying to be the best father I can be for my 2 little girls I don’t get to tour as much or see old friends, or get to reminisce of the many friends have lost along the way. So I figured I’d post some videos to share with you all as I take a trip down memory lane.

(R.I.P. Jerry, Katie, Little Dave, Issac, J.B., Keith, Snickers, Damien, Ryan)

Here are some great clips to check out enjoy everyone!

standing on the moon

Terrapin

last dead show ”So many roads” part 1

so many roads part 2

I SAW THIS!!!!!

tribute

Last Gd song I heard

Words to live by!

goodnight enjoy!