[tcb] Re: What theme should I do?

  • From: Dan Martin <danandkatrinamartin@xxxxxxx>
  • To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 14:45:01 -0500

Dude a perfected "Ladies Man" with shinny new paint!
That might be TOO COOL
You would probably have to really keep the ladies out!
I think the "have you been experienced" (I prefer the DEVO cover) bus 
is a must do.
And it would tie in with Katrina's Psychedelic theme for the camp out.
But I don't know how cool that would be with shinny new paint.
The Hawaiian theme sounds pretty cool as well.
I guess the fact that I have never seen you in anything but a Hawaiian 
shirt and the seat covers makes it all seem so natural.
I think if I have to choose (it is a 3 day event plus a pre show camp 
out! you could do ALL THREE! but probably not get anything done)
I would go with the "have you been experienced" theme.
Mainly because we "worked " so hard on it at the camp out, and it just 
did not come off just right. (because I would not let him get anything 

On Jun 29, 2004, at 1:14 PM, Dennnis Dosdon wrote:

> Katrina asked me what theme I would do at the Eureka Springs show. For 
> most of you who probably don't know who I am, at the last Eureka and 
> at Paul's Bugtoberfest I was "The Ladies' Man" with a red satin and 
> velour interior whith a working fireplace and Frank Sinatra music.
> I tried to do a "Have you been experienced" bus with a tie died and 
> beaded interior including smoking hookah and "I Had Too Much to Dream 
> Last Night" by the Electric Prunes. That one never got finished 
> because Dan kept interrupting my work, so I couldn't get anything 
> done.
> I have considered a Hawaiian theme with lots of palm fronds and such.
> But I am leaning to do the Ladies' Man again with improvements such as 
> a small chandeliere I found. Now that the bus has been painted it will 
> work in a whole different way. But the Psychedelic bus could be pretty 
> damn funny...
> I'll leave it up to a vote, I need opinions, I have to get started 
> because I often can't get anything done.
Dan & Katrina Martin
1971 VW Bus

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