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    • #3931
      tadol
      Moderator

      Was going thru some old pics – realized the forum wouldn’t be the same without putting Mad Dog back up here – Maddog Madhatter

       

    • #3932
      Hank
      Participant

      When I joined the “Old Forum” I think Mad Dog had just sailed over his own version of “The Horizon”……I remember

      The above picture….. Maybe the Mad Hatter instead of Mad Dog ?

      Thanks for the memories.


      1993 Martin HD-28 IR/Sitka
      2001 SCGC F Cutaway Maple/German (For Sale)
      2008 SCGC OT Madi/Italian
      2015 SCGC OM “The Tree” Hog/ European
      2016 SCGC 1934 D45 Braz/ Adi
      2016 Taylor K62 CE Limited Edition 12 string all Koa
      2019 SCGC FTC Granadillo/Redwood
      Life is a journey…not a guided tour,
      The Bay,The Gulf Stream , The Open Ocean are particular about who they share their secrets with.

    • #3933
      Old 97
      Participant

      Mad Dog, Bob, was a unique individual. The last time we saw him at home with his lovely wife, Tomi, he showered us with attention and love.

      We miss him still.

    • #3934
      Old 97
      Participant

       

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    • #3936
      Old 97
      Participant

      The previous link didn’t give what is was supposed to, a memorial to Mad Dog.

       

    • #3938
      Chrisakadigdog
      Participant

      The one and only Bob”MADDOG” Rainey. Truely missed and always in my heart..

    • #3939
      Matt Hayden
      Participant

      One of the great good ones. The bass he gave me gets regular usage and always brings back memories of him.

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    • #3941
      Daniel
      Participant

      A man for whom the word ‘inappropriate’ had no meaning.  🙂

      Reminds me of a scene in Hamlet:

      …A fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy… Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment that were wont to set the table on a roar?

      He is missed.

      Seeing his face makes me smile.  Thanks Tad!


    • #3943
      indexless
      Keymaster

      Thanks Tad, wonderful memory

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