You're welcome.Thanks I tried to get some good ones a few look like I might be mad in them but really I wasn't the crowded room and sitting around for over an hour in line to each one had my lips dry but figured I better stay in line so I don't miss anyone this was the first year I was able to get to all of them before they left except for James Best he left before I got close enough for an autograph
Well, I met some of them at a Mayberry event at OpryLand back around 1991 (I think). Then a few years later I met Hoke Howell (Dud Wash) and he talked me and a couple of friends to come out to Hollywood for a visit. He introduced me to Rance Howard and Denver Pyle and we also met Richard Linke that year too. Since then, I've made 10 or 12 trips to Hollywood and we always try to meet someone while we're there. I also was involved in the process of getting Don Knotts nominated for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was invited to the party following the unveiling of his star. That's where I met Andy Griffith as well as some celebrities that were not on TAGS. Overall, I would say that I've just been very blessed and I will never forget the wonderful people that I've met.
You can use your own DVD's and head over to BarneyFife.com to download lesson plans. That's the way I've always done it. I think it's better than the "store bought" versions that have come out from time to time ....plus it's free. :)
"Hi Thelscuz, Newspaper (Fayette County Extra) date is July 18, 2001. Sent to my by a friend who knew I was a fan. A great photo of old friends! Those no longer with us: Doug Dillard 2012, Don Knotts 2006, George Lindsey 2012, Howard Morris 2005."
"Good suggestions, Keevy and Steve. Anything's possible, isn't it?
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