Thank you so much Tommy.
Maybe............thanks for listening John P.
JH... so that is you, eh? I'm sure there is an interesting story behind that photograph.
Love the range of stuff you take on Helen John Fahey next is it ?
Ken, just for clarification, that photo is of me ! Our loyal leader has the memory and the ability to be able to resurrect 'that object which suits !' every time. Thanks a bunch Strumelia !!!
Apology accepted Mr Backer, lol
Lisa, what a great photo. Only thing missing is bird on the shoulder. I'm sure Helen would have lent her feathered friend for the picture.
JH, sorry for the "drunken English sailor" thing. I really meant noble and outstanding in conduct brave and true English explorers. I grew up in the flat land of North Dakota. In the upper central part are the Turtle Mountains. What they really should be called is "the slightly higher than the surrounding land hills".
Thanks for sharing with us. I enjoy using the Capo (sometimes). Keep up the good work.
Thanks for watching Cindy.
Mount Blowhard is aptly named..............not a tree on it and at the end of a long valley that winter winds howl up (well howl by our standards.....again, nothing like US and Europe..........but we've got a big rock in the middle of us, that counts for something doesn't it
Arrrrgh Ken and John and Strumelia, they be drunken miners!
Sounds so pretty Helen! Got a great "mountain" song there eh???
Sorry, I couldn't resist
Sorry Helen, had to get that out of the way !!! Very nice, thanks for sharing
I heard that Ken Backer ! Drunken English sailors indeed ! As if !
Was it drunken English sailors that named those mountains near you? When you are "tipsy" anything can look pretty high.
Helen, your creative juices are a'flowing. Nice tune. How's about an Aussie name like "Dawn Over Mt.Warning".
Helen, that's a sweet mellow tune. You've been coming up with some good ones. I wish I could do that.