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#1 to #100

Postby Chris » Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:04 pm

1. Meeting old friends
2. Meeting new friends
3. Partying at/touring the campsites
4. Bill & Kathy - the greatest hosts in the world
5. The G-Fam
6. DRINKO
7. The music
8. Camping
9. Not being at work
10. Uffda tacos
11. The people
12. Staff & security (the crew)
13. Apple Pie
14. Shots - Jello or others
15. Boogie Cat - The tie dye dancing guy
16. That one band you don't expect much from that blows you away
17. Poison making their 2nd appearance
18. Sweet making their 1st appearance
19. Five (or four) totally carefree days to get up, get a drink and rock on
20. New collector mugs
21. Margaritaville
22. Offering a beer to visitors to your camp and having the favor returned when you visit other camps
23. Grilling out every night with your camping neighbors
24. Big party in general camping
25. Singing at the top of your lungs, to songs that remind us of our youth
26. The feeling of sand between your toes and taking it all in
27. Thundherstruck on the mainstage and saloon stage
28. The Minnesota Whiskey Pigzz in the saloon
29. Getting new Moondance Jam clothing
30. Clean porta potties and facilities
31. People watching
32. Drinking beer outside with a band onstage
33. Watching from the VIP Stagebox
34. Free beer in VIP or heck, just beer in general!
35. Having memories of another jam when it is over
36. The anticipation of July 9
37. Bill & Kathy taking the stage the last night and thanking everyone for another great year.
38. Seeing a band for the first time.
39. Styx at the jam for the 3rd time (first since 2002)
40. Kenny Wayne Shepherd at the jam for the 3rd time
41. Razz's Moccasins
42. Moondance Tokens
43. Friday night
44. Fireworks at night
45. Sammy bringing the party early on Thursday
46. George Thorogood possibly hanging out for a few days of the jam
47. Pork chops on a stick.
48. Not being in ____________ (insert your town name)
49. Meet and greets in VIP
50. Free Jack Daniel's Country Cocktails in VIP
51. Moonmobile
52. The nightly "magic bus" parties
53. 80 DAS
54. 55 D@N
55. Being a first-time camper
56. Camping on Leech Lake
57. All the bands we would have never guessed would be playing this year - Sweet, Big Brother, Great White, CSN, etc.
58. Nine bands making their first appearance at Moondance Jam
59. The feeling when the lights dim and the band takes the stage
60. Tribute bands who keep alive the music we love
61. Cups up!
62. Hammerschlager
63. The Gear Daddies reunited
64. Bad Animals headlining the saloon Friday night
65. Laughter around the campfire, after the whole night is through, recalling all the funny/stupid things that were said and done
66. Campfire jams
67. Jean and Don in VIP
68. VIP food and snacks
69. The Removable Tube Tops (RTT's)
70. Big Daddy with pasties!
71. Knowing Willard will ask - "Where are you from?".
72. Beads from Willard.
73. Hairball on the Main Stage
74. Lazy Moon Stage
75. Last call in the saloon.
76. Going to check out bands in the saloon that you've never heard of but become fans of once you hear them.
77. Beer Olympics
78. Beer Pong
79. Hot showers.
80. Waking up, needing a shower, taking one, and realizing you get to do it all again.
81. Bloody Mary's in the morning.
82. Gummy bear drinks from the Bear Camp.
83. Rootbeer Schnapps
84. Cocktails
85. Meeting people from this board and finally putting a face to a name.
86. Meeting other streetteamers.
87. Taking a beach trip during the day.
88. Cooling off at a nearby lake.
89. Heading to the mainstage when the saloon stage band finishes.
90. Heading to the saloon stage when the mainstage band finishes.
91. Band watching from the backstage bar at the Lazy Moon.
92. Breakfast/Bloody Mary Bar at the Lazy Moon.
93. Touring the saloon. Take a stroll through the saloon when it isn't crowded and check out all the posters and frames on the wall that tell the history of the jam.
94. Bellying up to the bar at Camp Howler.
95. Checking out the new 2008 Moondance Jam T-Shirt designs.
96. Staking out a good spot for your lawn chair or seats in VIP when the gates open.
97. The friendly atmosphere of everyone at the jam.
98. Finally getting there and setting up camp knowing what great times are about to be had.
99. Driving to the jam and passing each town along the way getting that much closer and finally going through Walker and knowing you are there.
100. Waking up the morning you are leaving for the jam and knowing it is finally here.
The music brought me to Moondance Jam. The people bring me back.
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Re: #11 to #100

Postby Chris » Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:08 pm

OK - I finally condensed most of them into one thread. I will put in the top 10 after Friday when I post the top three.

Once again, the first 64 all had one vote and are in no particular order, I just tried to pair them up by topic each day.

Also, this is not my list. These were sent to me by everyone who reads this message board. If you can't find your exact entry I may have changed the wording a little to fit into another topic. If I did lose someone's entry I apologize.

I hope everyone has enjoyed reading these the last 40 days or so.

Chris
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Re: #11 to #100

Postby FireHawk46064 » Thu Jul 03, 2008 2:07 pm

Okay a couple questions:

:)

lol

Who has / runs the MoonMobile and what is it??
What are moondance tokens and how do I get 'em ??
Where is Beer Pong played and when??

:)
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Re: #11 to #100

Postby Chris » Thu Jul 03, 2008 2:20 pm

Check #52 and #51 post for info on Moonmobile.

To buy food and beer you need to purchase tokens available in the grounds.

I'm not sure who all plays beer pong. I know they have it at Camp Hippy though.
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Re: #11 to #100

Postby The Jam Web Guy » Thu Jul 03, 2008 2:25 pm

Great list, Chris. I'm going to throw in a late vote for an honorable mention...

The Sizzlin' 17 Jam Pack :D

http://www.moondancejam.com/pdf/jampack17.pdf
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Re: #11 to #100

Postby RichieRich » Fri Jul 04, 2008 8:31 pm

Chris thanks for the list it was fun refreshes a lot of fun times at the jam
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Re: #1 to #100

Postby Chris » Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:04 am

I have now posted all 100 things in one post. Just a couple more days!
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Re: #1 to #100

Postby misspatty86 » Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:33 pm

I am so excited because I am going next year. I cant wait. Itll be great.
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