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Linda Woodward said:   May 28, 2017 10:32 am PST
Love this site. Would love some llama kisses. I would love to visit there. Is there a best time of year? Q

Linda Woodward said:   May 28, 2017 10:19 am PST
I came upon your wonderful website and oh what a wonderful site. My father used to be the caretaker of Spavinaw Hills Refuge in the 70's. We had pet deer (Rudolph and Rosebud) who in turn had a baby Buttons. I loved it while we were there. I am an avid animal lover and have 9 baby kittens in my care. They are about 6-8 weeks old and very sweet. It is tough finding good, safe homes for them though. I am sure it is for you and you darling llamas. Bless you all for keeping them safe and give the opportunity for people to see these wonderful creatures. Some day I would love to see them in person AND get a kiss or two.

Sherry Haning said:   March 22, 2017 7:00 am PST
Loved my visit with you last year! Perfect hosts!

Mimi DiFrancesca Heberlein said:   February 11, 2017 7:38 pm PST
Sydney Dove! We lost contact back around 2001. I'm still in Michigan and got to visit with Carol Meilahn up in Copper Harbor and Trisha & Sherry down in Jupiter, Tequesta a few years back. I was wearing the turquoise pendant that you gave me that your mom had made and couldn't stop thinking about you. I hope you are well and happy in Llama land! Write if you have a chance. Much love, Mimi

Carol flournoy said:   April 14, 2011 10:27 am PST
Candace and Dennis, just passing through...love your music track!!! thanks for your hospitality, we enjoyed ourselves.

Ron Roberts said:   January 4, 2011 9:49 am PST
Is it possible to purchase the book of sermons by Bob ball? I am an ancient friend (from Kansas and seminary days) and have a book authored by Bob, but would love to read his sermons.

Buddy said:   December 8, 2010 5:15 pm PST
My girl friend and I sat in a Hotel room with Bhaskar and his partner one night in Texas after his show. We drank...and drank... till the sun came up. I learn a lot that night about him and myself. I was 25, today I am 58 and not a year goes by that I don' t think of that night. The things he taught me in one night will stay with me forever. He will always be with us.

Be Whiting said:   November 27, 2010 5:04 pm PST
Don, Just read a copy of "brave new world" and had to find some way of thanking you for a compilation which spoke directly to me on every page. I'm currently working on a dramatic presentation of my life of (currently) 81years. Life in the theater, life with the faeries, life as a seeker. Thank you for your life as an artist and the art in your life.

Darrell said:   November 9, 2010 3:43 pm PST
I, too, stumbled onto this site and into a pleasant reverie. I first met Bhaskar, the performer, at Jacobâ??s Pillow Dance Festival in Massachusetts when I was stage managing and later as my neighbor in New York City in the West 69th Street/Columbus Avenue area. Both experiences were both enjoyable and unforgettable.

Jere Moorman said:   October 18, 2010 9:27 pm PST
I was at MDPC during this time; these sermons changed my life. I am ever indebted to Bob Ball. I hope he can get this message. I am currently a deacon at the First Presbyterian Church in Napa. I frequently tell stories of my days at MDPC. How wonderful to have these sermons. Who is "mom": is this Marlene? Jere Moorman

Edward in Vancouver, BC said:   October 8, 2010 8:52 pm PST
Dear everyone, I sincerely hope it is ok for a complete stranger to add this comment about Patsy Daigle. I have no idea what possessed me to think about her this evening (the first time in years) and then to search for her on the web. But here I am at your website and staring at a photo of this amazing woman...exactly as I remembered her. My heart skipped a few beats when I realized that it really was her in the photo. Just wow! I met her while she was living in Vancouver. Even at that young age this brilliant and creative girl managed to change my life forever. She opened my eyes and introduced me to the local art scene, Dada artists, performance art, John Casavettes and even Frank Zappa. Just by being around her for a few short days I was never the same afterwards but it was only much later that I realized this. From your own comments it's obvious she's had a similar and profound effect on lots of other people. If I could ever see her again I am sure I would just fall to my knees, clasp my hands together and say..."Thank you Patsy. Thank you for my awesome life. Thank you for making the world so wonderful" - And thank you all for posting her photo. Take care. - Edward

Roger Sowell said:   September 19, 2010 8:10 pm PST
Candace, love the sermons from Dr. Bob Ball! The music selections are wonderful, too!

Nancy Smith said:   August 27, 2010 1:18 pm PST
Thank you for a great "delicious" lunch and interesting visit with my red hat sisters today. You two went all out to provide us with entertainment and great chat.

Beth Biddison Patterson said:   August 17, 2010 4:07 am PST
thanks for posting these sermons!

Milton Luchan said:   August 15, 2010 2:25 pm PST
I acted with Bhaskar in Tagore's KING OF THE DARK CHAMBER in 1959. Now, I'm at JHH hospital on West 106 St. where un beknownst to me Roy passed away. (I played King of Avanti & virupyakash) Subsequently I was in B'wat Company of THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

Martha Felker said:   July 15, 2010 4:55 pm PST
ELEGY TO LDC FROM MTFâ?¦Samson you were a hell of a king, in your high school prom tuxedo, in your Levitz Furniture St. Paddy's Bash (1971?) mime personae, skipping Sunday School for IHOP pancakes, eating peany bunker sandwiches on Memorial Drive Pres Meaux Ranch trip, sitting on my porch on Carrollton Avenue in New Orleans prob the last time I knew your whereabouts in the late '70s. A poet, a gentleman and a scholar, a dancer, a real card, my friend. You won true beauty Candace in the end. As I have found her via Facebook in the year 2010. Too much emotion for a guestbook I guess. Too long crying reading poetry tonight, finally finding my answer: melanoma, 37. Going for the kleenex again. Keep dancin' wherever you may be, Larry. Thank you, thank you, Mad House People, for the amazing journey tonight.

Joan Duke said:   May 16, 2010 12:55 pm PST
Where can I view the picture or get the pattern for the cape with the four foot cables down the front created in the 70's?

Dan Ray said:   May 13, 2010 12:55 pm PST
Very fine article on LD Cooper. A great guy badly missed by all of us who knew him. It's been too long, Larry, too long. Mais on n'oublie rien, rien de rien, on n'oublie rien du tout. D. Ray

Lydia said:   April 23, 2010 3:03 pm PST
I too stumbled upon this site and am very grateful for your information re my dear acquaintance, Bhaskar. I met Bhaskar after his accident. A mutual friend suggested I look him up when I arrived in New York. I had very little information about him except that he was, at that time, quadriplegic. I phoned him and he graciously invited me to tea. I remember that I took some tiger lilies to him as a gift. I visited a few times on that trip and every subsequent trip to NYC. I remember when he started using his arms, when he delighted in telling me of the return of his sexuality (I am sure he would not mind my sharing this) and he always maintained that one day he would walk, and perhaps even dance again. He started writing children's books - quite successfully it seemed. We, his visitors, took gifts of paper and pencils rather than flowers or chocolates when calling. He did "hold court" as you wrote, and remarkably well. I did not know that he was of Indian royalty. While no one would call him modest he only bragged about his dancing prowess and sent me to the Metropolitan Library of the Arts where I watched s couple of films of his dancing. The Cobra was stunning, and well worth the time to watch if you are ever in NYC. I know he is dancing in heaven, for whatever his indiscretions may have been in his youth, he paid by his love of people and his caring of all creation.

lynda johnson said:   March 9, 2010 11:54 pm PST
Love the turtles.

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