That pick is providing a nice strong tone Steve Have you tried working off of an in-strum lead stroke - so the beat falls on an in-strum rather than an out-strum? It is a little difficult to make the switch to in-strum lead if you have always played out-strum lead but it will give you another tone and rhythm as a possibility, plus coming off the melody string last on your stroke with a quill can emphasise the melody. As I said, switching lead stroke is not easy at first (it will feel really strange ) but it can be a very useful technique for noter drone players.
Great! What tuning are you using? Also, a suggestion is that maybe you could do a YouTube page, and then do the link from there, instead of a direct upload. Just a thought for what it is worth.
Steve, you did a fine job on OJC. Another favorite of mine. I'm glad to know we aren't the only ones with flocks and flocks and flocks of Canada Geese. Most of ours don't fly north anymore. Our local game and fish department designates them as resident geese (deserves designation as a nuisance species as far as I'm concerned). They have given hunters generous bag limits on them. And yes, they leave lots of feathers behind among other things, LOL