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Train barn

Train barn was at his ranch, Plywood Digital. Neil started building train sets with his son, Ben, and had great memories arranging the landscape together.

Feelgood's Garage

Feelgood's Garage was full of music equipment and cars. His beloved 1953 Buick Skylark was there, along with a conference table and a whiteboard. Other cars that were in the garage were a '47 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon woodie, a '54 Corvette, a '57 Eldorado Biarrritz convertible, a '57 Jensen 541, and a 1913 Baltic Trader. His 1963 Avanti was not there yet because it was in the shop getting ready.

The Bridge School

The Bridge School started in 1986. Students with severe speech and language challenges were taught there. Pegi started the Bridge School.

Fort William

Fort William was in Ontario, Canada. It was located at the head of the Great Lakes. Neil's first band, the Squires, first played at the Flamingo Club...

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