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Date: 12/02/18 06:15
11-10-18 Heritage Rail Alliance=Air=Lobato=2tone
Author: Wacky-roger1942

2nd attempt = 2 Tone Video. IMHO: I still need to figure out how to make some more adjustments.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
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Date: 12/02/18 07:21
Re: 11-10-18 Heritage Rail Alliance=Air=Lobato=2tone
Author: Mudrock

Great music and drone work. Thank you Roger you put a smile on my face this morning.

Chris
 



Date: 12/02/18 08:20
Re: 11-10-18 Heritage Rail Alliance=Air=Lobato=2tone
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Mudrock Wrote:
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> Great music and drone work. Thank you Roger you
> put a smile on my face this morning.
>
> Chris
>  

Thank you for your nice comment.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 12/02/18 16:29
Re: 11-10-18 Heritage Rail Alliance=Air=Lobato=2tone
Author: Cumbresfan

The music is "Annie's Song" by John Denver.

This past July I was on the Sunset Dinner Train and Chris Collins (who recreates Denver's songs) was playing at the Pavilion at Cumbres Pass. There was a couple who got married out on the knoll behind the Pavilion and later the wedding party came in for the dinner. Chris asked them to take their first married dance and he played that song while they danced. I took a short video of it and Roger was there too filming. A very special moment for them I was privileged to witness.



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Date: 12/02/18 19:10
Re: 11-10-18 Heritage Rail Alliance=Air=Lobato=2tone
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Cumbresfan Wrote:
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> The music is "Annie's Song" by John Denver.
>
> This past July I was on the Sunset Dinner Train
> and Chris Collins (who recreates Denver's songs)
> was playing at the Pavilion at Cumbres Pass. There
> was a couple who got married out on the knoll
> behind the Pavilion and later the wedding party
> came in for the dinner. Chris asked them to take
> their first married dance and he played that song
> while they danced. I took a short video of it and
> Roger was there too filming. A very special moment
> for them I was privileged to witness.

That was a fun evening and we sent them a DVD of the whole thing.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



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