In Alphabetical Order:
Atara Clothing - Atara Clothing is a recently established clothing line created by some of our friends from Rochester, NY. They've got some cool designs going, and are worth checking out.
Austin Vee Dub - If you've seen GBA Episode #14, you'd know why we have this site up. We snapped a clutch cable, and they were there to not only get us the part, but to assist us with the repair if we needed it. We can now know a tiny tiny bit about our bus if that were to happen again. Great people, great shop. Open since '76.
Closure In Moscow - Thinking we might see our friend Jeremy Burke for a couple of hours at a small show turned out to be anything but. The Australian band, Closure In Moscow, were kind enough to let us follow them around for 5 different shows. Hanging out with a band for a few days is something we never planned on. They are the funniest/nicest people, and are extremely talented. Our time with them was far too short, but we're so grateful we had the opportunity. We hope their trip to the U.S. makes them mega stars.
Full Moon Bus Club - Stranded on an island? No problem. We'll find you and help you out. 'Life savers' is the first term I think of when looking back on our time in South Carolina. The founders are genuinely nice people who enjoy simple things: VWs and camping. If we had all the time in the world, we would've camped together.
Mansfield University - The school that Josh attended was kind enough to write a full article about the Green Bus Adventures. A small school located in Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Josh competed for them in both Cross Country and Track. You can see their sports page here. Thanks, Mansfield! Go Mountaineers!
Matt Sengbusch - Matt is one of our old friends from Rochester. An extremely talented guy in so many different fields ranging from painting, to web designing, to mechanical work for starters. Matt's site is just a small glimpse of the many projects that he's done. If you need help with something, chances are Matt is the person to ask.
Matt Nauman - Matt is a native of Mansfield, PA. His good friend growing up became my college teammate at Mansfield, where Matt and I met. His woodworking is phenominal - being both extremely detailed and original. If you are in need for sleek furniture and unique work, look no further.
Paco Camino - 'Dear Lisa' letters, vintage clothing ads, and oddities of anything from the 70s can be found on our friend Craig Curtice's site. If you think you know you're music, you may want to take his frequent quizzes and test yourself. It's not what you'd expect, but also worth a laugh. Paco Camino = vintage.
Vintage Auto - Our local mechanics who are fun to talk to, and are largely responsible for our bus being so reliable. We brought them a sad bus, and we left with what felt like a new vehicle. They've always got a cool project going, and we couldn't be happier with what they've done for us. Thanks a million!
R-H Running - Rush-Henrietta is the school district that both Kim and Josh attended, and also coach for. As each year passes, the team grows larger and more competitive. The girls Cross Country team recently won the Section V Championships for NY this past fall to reach the State Championships. As for the boys, they finished a solid 3rd, and look to improve on last year's strong team. We may be traveling in the spring, but we can't miss a season of cross country. The team is too fun and talented to be away from for that long.
Quinn Innovations - VJ Quinn is the man responsible for designing this page. He wouldn't settle for us having just a blog page or just a flickr type page, so he created this to house all of our pictures, videos, and text. Whatever can be done with the web, VJ tries to incorporate into our site. We owe him greatly for all the hours he's put into this. Thanks, VJ!