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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27th, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments
Rainbow at the Ranch  a couple of days ago

Rainbow at the Ranch a couple of days ago

This picture was a couple of days ago, but it set the scene for today’s Thanksgiving.

Vanessa and her sister Ginger spent 24 hours cooking a magnificent dinner in the Beatrice Love Kitchen at the Fur Peace Ranch. Friends and family… a perfect day!

The Kaukonen Boys see dinner coming!

The Kaukonen Boys see dinner coming!

Yeah… it was a repast to remember… and we do not forget the many blessings we enjoy individually and together!

The scene of the crime...

The scene of the crime...

Not much more to say right now, except a very happy Thanksgiving… one and all!

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  1. November 27th, 2014 at 22:18 | #1

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. johno
    November 28th, 2014 at 11:54 | #2

    Happy Thanksgiving Jorma – Thanks for everything. You really are a great guy.

  3. carlo pagliano
    November 28th, 2014 at 12:30 | #3

    The oustanding features of the Kaukonen Boys featuring Zach and Jorma as the two profiles on the horizon of New Americas.
    Steady As She Goes Jorma and Zach!

  4. John B
    November 28th, 2014 at 18:07 | #4

    Thank you Jorma. I hope that Thanksgiving with your family was all that it could be . How are you and Zach coming along with I See the light? Will see you soon at the Beacon and hoping that get a Holiday Marmalade?

  5. chuck newman
    November 29th, 2014 at 02:48 | #5

    Beautiful rainbow photo and good looking family. Hope it was a blessed Thanksgiving. There’s no such thing as too much turkey and dressing.

  6. Joey Hudoklin
    November 29th, 2014 at 11:18 | #6

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Jorma.
    This is my favorite holiday. Sharing food and having gratitude with others should not be taken for granted.
    Before I moved back to NY in 2000, I always made the trek back here for the annual pre, or post T-day Tuna shows, Irving Plaza, Tramps, The Beacon, etc. I’m really excited for the Highline shows. I don’t have my Beacon ticket yet, but I’ll find a way.
    This Jan. I’ll be moving back to Cal. Ya never know, but these could be the last holiday NYC shows I’ll attend. With that in mind it will be special for me. As if they’re not ALL special. Get lots of rest, Jorma & Jack, and thank you for always being there. I love you guys.
    Joey

  7. Ham n Eggs
    November 30th, 2014 at 10:09 | #7

    Happy Thankgiving
    Saw Mr. Balin last night in NY at the Cutting Room
    Imagine NOT hearing Miracles,Volunteers or Caroline and still being completely blown away. Jamaican me crazy indeed. He did some great new ones slipping in “Gold” and then smoked through an Airplane set that was mind blowing. Just random memories ,not in order “Today”, “Comin Back to Me”, Blues from an Airplane”, “Fat Angel”, “Young Girl Sunday” ‘Come up the Years”, “It’s no Secret’ “Good Shepard” “Summer of Love”,”Funny Cars”, “3/5 of a mile”. Starship songs beside the aforementioned Gold-“Papa John” with a nice story about Papa and Hubie Blake at the house,”Count on ME”, “There will be love” ” Runaway” “Hearts (from solo times.).. and “Stripper” and four or five other new ones
    Gets you there on time indeed.!!
    Thank you Marty and the band.
    Looking forward to the Beacon , everybody enjoy the next two nights they should be really special.
    Peace
    Love All Ways

  8. Mick Blue
    December 1st, 2014 at 00:15 | #8

    That sounds like a mighty gig. Marti’s voice was always so full of emotion and energy!@Ham n Eggs

  9. HOGAN
    December 1st, 2014 at 11:53 | #9

    Hey Jorma,

    Heard I missed a really good show last night, awesome set list…I’m sure tonight will be just as good. Sorry I have to miss it but looking forward to the electric shows this weekend…
    Have fun with your old buddy Jack…
    Safe Travels
    Hogan
    🙂

  10. John B
    December 1st, 2014 at 16:59 | #10

    At the Beacon I plan on buying an official Hot Tuna hat.