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A Note from the Toyota Motel
Itís a hot July night, Lyle Lovettís "If I Had a Boat" is blaring from the CD player and Iím contemplating an uncertain future. Driving my husband Patrickís maroon Toyota pickup across Highway 50 and heading east out of Fallon, Nevada, the immediate future looks pretty good. Iím on my way to Kanab, Utah, to meet my best friend Mean Vick and attend the Fourth annual Kanab Bluegrass Festival. If there are three things I love in the world (after Patrick, of course), itís Kanab, Mean Vick, and bluegrass. The weekend promises plenty of fiddles, beautiful redrock cliffs, and maybe a cold beer or two on the festival lawn.

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Added on January 30, 2003

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