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Thread: Remembering Glenn Frey

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    So glad you got to meet Henry, NYC Fan. A few of us Borderers got to meet him at one of the L.A. Forum shows. We also found him to be very friendly and sweet.

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    Thank you all for the beautiful pictures and memories. I am late posting this, I thought about it on the 18th but didn't make it on here...I can't believe its been 7 years. I love the memorial. I hope to get to LA one of these days and see all the Eagles-related sites, including Joshua Tree.

    NYC Fan, that's a great story! I always thought Henry Diltz seemed like he'd be a cool guy to meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC Fan View Post
    Beautiful pictures and remembrances of Glenn, all. Thank you. Loved the memorial at Cap Rock. I was just there in December. Wish I would have remembered to look for that as we walked around, in case it was still there ❤️ Love Joshua Tree so much. Itís such a spiritual place.

    Thought of Glenn yesterday, as I often do. Canít believe itís been 7 years. Thought Iíd share a story from this past Summer. I got to meet Henry Diltz at an exhibit of his photos at the NYC Morrison Hotel Gallery, and he was such a lovely guy. I told him that I had recently bought two of his photos from the gallery (one of the Eagles, and one of Glenn) and how happy they made me whenever I looked at them. Henry said what a great guy Glenn was, and I said how much I still miss him. He smiled and said he knows Glenn is having a great time on the other side.

    I try to think of that whenever I think of Glenn in a sad way, and it always makes me smile. Iím sure he is 😁
    Awesome that you got to meet Henry Diltz and talk to him about Glenn. Lovely story!

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    Henry was such a nice guy. Would have loved to have talked to him more about the photos I bought; about where they were taken, etc., but there were several people waiting to talk to him, and I didnít want to be ďthatĒ person who wonít shut up.

    You could tell his affection for Glenn though. His face lit up when he said what a great guy he was. And absolutely no hesitation that Glenn is now having a great time on the other side. It was so sweet.

    He was signing album covers. etc. for people, which was so nice. Of course I never thought he would, since it was just an exhibit of his photos, so I didnít have their first album with me. Would have loved that. Hopefully there will be a next time!

    Donít mean to get off topic, but itís cool how Glenn is obviously remembered fondly by so many ❤️❤️

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