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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    I am on my way to beautiful Nashville, Tennessee for my SOLD OUT seminar there tomorrow (Whoo Hoo!!!). Very excited to meet everybody (and thanks for the wonderful turn-out Nashville). I'm getting in to town early and not surprisingly Nashville has a lot of music stores, so I'll be hitting a bunch of them this afternoon. If you're a local and know of a music store I shouldn't miss, please leave me a comment below so I make sure I stop by there. I'm especially on the lookout for cool used guitars or vintage guitars (and of course my search continues for a distressed Fender Strat with a British Union Jack flag painted on it (like this one here -- I've contacted them about getting that exact one --- so far, no reply at all. Not looking good). Anyway, I know finding one in Nashville…

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    We saw a lot of different places, in a very short time — 10-days total, with barely a day in each city (except we had 2-days just in Prague before the 8-day cruise began). So, we started in Prague, then headed off by river cruise boat to: > Nuremberg, Germany > Regensburg, Germany > Passau, Germany > Melk, Austria > Vienna, Austria (just one day there — not nearly enough) > Budapest, Hungary (just one day there, too! Ack!) With such a quick trip, we got to see a little of a lot, but it was so worth it! I put together my favorite images from the trip, including some of the layout spreads from my photo book, over at Exposure.co so if you've got a sec, I hope you'll check them out. Here's the link. Making friends along the way Before I left, I…

    Hi gang — if you were wondering why I pretty much ducked out of sight on social media in the past week or so, it’s because the wifey and I, our friends Jim and Jean, and Kalebra’s mom and dad all snuck off for a vacation that we’ve planning for over a year to celebrate Kalebra’s mom’s 73rd birthday. Her mom had always dreamed of cruising down the Danube river in a “flatboat” so that’s exactly what we did. We started out in Prague for 2-1/2 days, then made our way to Nuremberg, Germany to catch the boat that took us to some very charming towns along the Danube (like Passau and Rugnesberg), with overnight stops in Vienna Austria and ending up in Budapest for a day in the city and then the next day our flight home. Anyway, I have lots to share,…

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