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wheatpenny

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I just joined. My name is Jeff. I'm 58 and married with 2 kids in their 30s.
I'm originally from California, but have lived in Pennsylvania since 1984.

I played Baritone and Soprano ukes years ago but I stopped for about 20 years and completely forgot how, so I recently acquired a Caramel CB402 baritone uke and have set about relearning it.
 

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Hi Jeff! Welcome to the UU Forum.

I believe there are quite a few uke clubs in your state. As well as several uke festivals. A lot of fun playing with other people with the same interest.

I'm sure it will all come back to you quickly. Enjoy your Caramel Bari.
 

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Welcome, Jeff! I hope you enjoy your baritone.
 

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Welcome to UU. Interesting moniker you have there. I have several wheat pennies in a clay jar. I don't know why.
 

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Welcome to UU. Interesting moniker you have there. I have several wheat pennies in a clay jar. I don't know why.

I use this name on every forum, website, etc that I join. When I was a kid I collected coins and amassed tons of wheat pennies.
 

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I use this name on every forum, website, etc that I join. When I was a kid I collected coins and amassed tons of wheat pennies.

The wheat pennies are solid copper. Unlike the modern pennies that are copper-covered zinc. So, they might actually be worth a penny in materials.