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 Post subject: Guruland is up
PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2003 1:37 pm 
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Yup - you can access it at

http://johnlsayers.com/Guruland/index.htm

Kev is in pause mode at the moment, there's just the doors and the carpeting to finish off. He's currently trying to deside what gear to add, major decision time :):)

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wow. what does a studio like that go for?
excluding the outer shell.

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Great picture of you, John! 8)

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--Keith :mrgreen:

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Thanks Keith but that was 5 years ago I"m going downhill fast ;)

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That's great, John - that means you don't have as much climbing to do anymore! ;-)

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