Thanks for the great welcome. I look forward to getting to know my new instrument and the group!
Thanks for the welcome. Looking forward to learning, listening and meeting some great folks.
Thank you. It's good to have my dulcimers in my hands again.
Thanks very much for your kind welcome ~
Thank you very much, Ben!
Thank you, Ben, for the warm welcome. I too love Scarborough Fair and listened to your performance of it. It was very enjoyable.
Nice to meet you Ben, thank you for the warm welcome!
I just noticed that you are in Northern Maine. We have a cottage in Bar Harbor. We will not be up again the year but we probably will be up next year in early summer and perhaps in the fall. I will try and remember to let you know. Maybe we can get together.
I has been nice to have so many welcoming comments.
Thank you, Ben! I'm so happy to have found this site!
Thanks for the welcome-my husband and I have spent hours discovering great info on here!
Hi Ben, thank you for the welcome. I am so happy to be here.
Thanks Ben for your greeting. My wife and I recently joined the local dulcimer group here in South Florida and are looking forward to the great music and fellowship.
Just completed a Folkcraft hourglass kit for my wife and am underway on a scratch built for myself. Great retirement activity and enrichment.
Hi, Ben! Thank you for the welcome! And, yes, I'm down the 95 from you and look forward to connecting with others as I learn this wonderful instrument- one of few that I can manage! How're things on Kathadin?
Thanks for your friendly welcome, Ben.
I joined two dulcimer groups in February:
Off the Wall Dulcimer Society in Mechanicsburg PA,
taking lessons from Becky Askey there;
and Strung Out Dulcimer Band in Mifflintown PA.
Neighbor Jim Hamilton in Neelyton made my dulcimer.
I look forward to learning from some of you long-time players.
Fret-full (not fretful)
Thanks for the kind words, Ben. Looking forward to exploring!
Hello and Thank You for the cordial welcome. This looks like a wonderful site that can help me along.
I know that Pam Weeks teaches Mountain Dulcimer at the ME Fiddle Camp every summer. She does a whole week-- which is hard for me, since I still work full time.
I am in a ukulele group, and 2 people occasionally play, but not on a regular basis.
If I see Pam-- I may try to ask her as well.