sent you an e-mail Gordon
hey gordy ... hoping to be in edinburgh soon if ye fancy a meet up ...
Thanks Gordon! Wayne and I are looking forward to meeting you too.
Hi Gordon. Can you tell me how often Peter's Wee Group meets and whereabouts in Edinburgh?
Strange experience this afternoon- a large round sort of shape appeared in the sky and was very bright and the clouds (I think thats what they are ) had turned a sort of blue colour. the wind was still blowing but not as bad as it has been and when you stand in the light you get a sort of warm feeling.Have you had this sort of thing happen to you.
Hi by the way , Gordon were you one of the tall gernts from Scotland at the Spring Thing? Got to go now there's 2 men in white coats waiting with some sort of special jacket they want me to try on .
Hello Gordon. Nice to hear from you. A get-the-gither and a wee sing-song some time would be just rare!
Just need to finish doin' ma accoonts then I'll see how much is left in the piggy-bank for a hauf and a hauf!
looking forward to that - winter days where I can get out in the light!
hi to you gordon ... ive just joined here today n already liking it... as i said to peter fae stobo a wee bit ago... we're practically neighbours and i'm in auld reekie a lot so maybe a meet up et al at a later date ... slainte
Welcome, Gordon! Edinburgh is on my list of places I must visit in my lifetime. My ancestors came from Scotland (my mother was a MacDonald). I am new to the mountain dulcimer but fell in love with the sound when I heard one at a local art fair. Had to have one. I am going through the Jean Ritchie book myself.
Hi Gordon - always nice to see another memberfrom the right side of the Big Pond. There are a few FOTMD players in the vicinity of Auld Reekie!
Hello and welcome to the site.
Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!
Nice to meet you on Saturday, at the Scottish Autoharp weekend and good to hear you play my dulcimers. Thanks also for your kind remarks, they were most appreciated. As you know my very first Obair Na Ghaol autoharp was on display there, and it was a huge encouragement to find that it was so warmly received by so many experienced players.
Hope to meet up with you again sometime,
Hello Gordon, a welcome to you from the UK/Euopean group within FOTMD, glad to have you with us! Who made your dulcimer ?, it would have been unusual to have seen one in a music shop over here that many years ago ?
Hi Gordon, and welcome to the world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn and exchange ideas about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.
Welcome, Gordon, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Hope you enjoy it here.