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Is anyone going to the 9th Annual Whippoorwill Festival in eastern Kentucky?

The dates are July 19-21, 2019

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I may be going.  I've never been, but daughter and her crew are going.

I'd like to attend a session or two hosted by Doug Crouch on forest enhancement.  There is also a Solar workshop by Matt Ellison that interests me.

Of course, that is in prime blackberry season.


 
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My grandmother and I want to attend, and we are close-ish. But it sure is expensive.
 
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It is pricey.  In other days, I would have passed it up.

The schedule has just been posted:

http://www.whippoorwillfest.com/uploads/1/0/7/2/10720378/2019_workshop_schedule.pdf

I'm aiming for Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning workshops.  I really do need to learn more about Solar power, but more importantly, make local contacts.

Ryan, Mooseage me if you do go, and we'll try to meet, eh?
 
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