Robert E. Lee O'Donnell, realtor from Gloversville, playing the famous "Silver Bell" banjo at Nestorest. On the guitar is Everett Betler, from Canajoharie, who had a camp next to ours. 

You might remember it.  In its heyday it was a real doll house with sailboats cut into its yellow shutters. Both of these ol' boys have passed away now. Always had a great time playing my accordion with them. If you listen close you can hear us playing "Blue Moon Of Caro.., uh,  Kentucky".

Everett playing in his front yard on Rt 10 in Canajoharie. Around 1989


Everett was a real character. Everything he ever owned he kept. He couldn't stand to part with anything. I remember,  right after his hunting cabin near Pinnacle Mountain was broken into, he got so mad he crawled under the cabin and bolted all his furniture to the floor! The bolts he used were worth more than the furniture!

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