Member Locations


#1

Here’s the link to our Member Location map on Google.

Any chance it could be made sticky, Ben, so that it stays near the top of the forum?


#3

Wow, we’ve got 46 people on the map from 5 countries!
The forum lists about 80 members, so there are still a few that aren’t listed.
jim


#4

Wow, a lot of members in the south and east. Looks like someones gotta move to CA or we need some members from here so I can get some jammin in.


#5

Yeah, isn’t it funny how we’re all grouped up, from the mid-west to the east coast.
I know there are more pickers in the west, where are they hiding?
jim


#6

We’re clustered around the Appalachians. Most of our families hain’t drifted down from the mountains long enough to make it all the way to Californy.


#7

It was good enough for Jed! :laughing:


#8

Good old germany

maps.google.de/maps?q=schwabach, … ayern&z=18


#9

Added myself :slight_smile:


#10

— Begin quote from “Reefda”

Added myself :slight_smile:

— End quote

Hey Reefda, welcome to Ben’s site. How are things in Sweden? What instrument do you play?
jim


#11

We were getting quite few unlabeled placemarks on our map. I’m pretty sure they were just placed in error (some were out in the middle of the ocean), so I deleted them. Hopefully, I didn’t delete any members (maybe somebody really does live in a submarine out in the Pacific Ocean), but if I did just re-mark it with a label other than “Placemark”.


#12

— Begin quote from “Stich”

Wow, a lot of members in the south and east. Looks like someones gotta move to CA or we need some members from here so I can get some jammin in.

— End quote

A bit South of you: Mojave Desert - Inyokern, CA.

Dan


#13

Great Gator, we’re getting closer.


#14

Nice area of California you are in. I suspect there is a little bit of gold around there. We have plenty here, too, but you have to eat some dust to get at it!

Wasn’t always a desert rat. Thirty years ago I spent a few years just south of ldpayton, in good ol’ Gainesville, FL. And way before I finally got smart and learned the joys of Banjoing, I remember seeing Red and Murphy Henry playing for free at the little student pub on campus (the Orange and Brew). Yep, those were the days!


#15

All right! Nice to have a fellow Gator on the site.


#16

New member here, and added myself as well. I see that west of the rockies is not very well represented, so I managed to improve that by one.

Max - Prescott, AZ


#18

Thanks Ben, it’s good to be here. I’ve been playing guitar for just over a year now, and being retired I’m able to put in plenty of practice time. I’m always looking for more progress!


#19

— Begin quote from “canyonhiker”

New member here, and added myself as well. I see that west of the rockies is not very well represented, so I managed to improve that by one.

Max - Prescott, AZ

— End quote

I know a picker in Prescott - Len “Scrubby” Lebow. He plays 'em all: Mando, Git, Banjer. Even saws on a fiddle on rare occasions…

Dan


#20

how do I get my location on the map,Ive put it in profile is there some other place to enter info ???


#21

Hey budman,
You have to be logged into your Google account before you can edit the map. I went ahead and stuck a marker for you right on downtown Williamsburg. You can go in and place it more precisely, or add extra info, if you want.


#22

Howdy folks - new member, on the map now. Australia just caught up to Sweden!