Cigar Box Guitar
Adventures with 'other' instruments...
Sounds real good , Bob
Sounds real good , Bob
Just staying home with the better half. School is canceled for two weeks, so that means that we have three grand daughters at home with us. They have on line home work to do. But living out in the boonies, leaves little for them to do. Going to have to break out the board games and have some fun time with them.
Just bought a bowed psaltry for my wife for her birthday. So we'll be teaching each other how to play it. So we have things to do. Making the best of a bad thing.
I'm with Robin. I like to hear how it sounds, too.
Hazel, my Great Dane loves the snow.
He sure looks comfy soaking up the rays to warm his bones.
Matthew, good to see you back. By the way, we're usually in the chat room in the morning. Just to let you know.
Hard Times Come Again No More. both by Stephen Foster
I'm thinking of doing "Good Christian Friends, Rejoice". Is anyone doing that one, Ariane?
Is there still room for me to add to the Advent Calendar, Ariane?
I actually made popcorn for my dinner. Ate a big bowl while watching some episodes of "Victoria" season 3.
That cobbler sounds good for anytime of the day, Susie. We're waiting for the raspberry's to come in for Raspberry cobbler...Yum
Hazel's three today. We had a party for her. My grand daughter made her a peanut butter pumpkin cake.
Very nice indeed. Happy for you.
Don't knock it til you try it.
I like playing Time Has Made A Change In Me, and Red River Valley pops to mind, too.
Sorry to hear of Brian's passing. Rest in peace, Brian.
You two done good. Thanks Lisa.
Got a thank you card from Sharon. Wanted to share it with all of you.
It was indeed a sad and unexpected message that I received from Sharon on Oliver's passing. He became a very good friend right off the bat. Talking of his many interests. Getting together at our gatherings was a highlight for him. You will be missed, my friend.
Lexie, thanks for accepting the request to do this for Oliver. You did very well.
John Henry, so sorry to hear of Mary's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
I'd like to add a song to this list....Goin' To Boston...
Finally met Mike Vickey today. Bev and I were up that way and he took us through the vineyards that bordered his property. Looked for for arrow heads. Had a real nice visit.
So sorry to hear of John passing. I first met him at the noter drone jam that Tom talked about and when he came to the Wartz Gathering that Rob mentioned. He was a very kind and giving person.
Very sad to here that John P has passed away. You will be missed.
That is crazy
Staying home tonight with my son and the girls. Not sure they will make it to see the ball drop, we shall see. Having a great time with movie night.
Hope everyone has a very Happy and Blessed New Year.
Thanks for them both Rob. Didn't comment on the first one you posted, but I'll comment here for them both.
I knew I would miss something good when I couldn't go this year. Sounds like a fun time for sure. I know last year was great, so next year will be even better.
Thanks for your imput , Rob. You whetted my appitite for next year.
My first dulcimer I built from a kit I got in Manitou Springs, CO. back in Dec. of 07. I finally finished in early 08, I guess I got it together alright, sounds pretty good. IMHO.
It sure was great to meet Ken and Lin Backer and my old friend Rob at Cracker Barrel last night and the good time jammin on "The Porch"
That pie wasn't too bad at all. Yinz guys can come back anytime.
I made a double dulcimer stand for the two dulcimers I play all the time. it's out of the way of the grand kids, right by my computer table...
Tumbleweed, are you planning to attend this event? If you are, did you hit the Attend Button for the event? It should put the event on your calander.
Nice looking boards there, Bob.
This past weekend at The Dutchland Dulcimer Festival, I had the pleasure of meeting three FOTMD members.
Oliver Odgen, Maryann Lang and Jeff Hamilton. If I missed anyone Let me know. Had a wonderful time in Lancaster.