Happy New Year, Ladies and Gentlemen. My recovery from the thumb surgery is on track. I expect to be back to normal by March or April. At the moment, I can only play cowboy chords, no barred ones. Wishing everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day!!!
Bill is undergoing reconstructive surgery on his left hand come December. Therefore, he is unavailable to perform music until late March at the earliest.
I wrote this one yesterday. It’s a moment in the life of two 17th Century emigrating Scots.
Sunset on Bantry Bay. Taken with a Pentax K1000 manual focus SLR film camera some thirty years ago. The view from The Bantry House. This is where the French army landed during the United Irishmen 1798 Rebellion. For more of my photos of Ireland from my travels to there, click here.
The clear J-100 pick guard I ordered from Greasy Groove in Canada arrived today. You can barely see it but it’s now on my CJ-165. No pick guard was installed in the Boseman factory. I wanted a clear one so the abalone inlay around the sound hole would remain visible.
From Great American Pub to Tir na nOg
Bereavement Luncheon in Conshohocken. Good time at a smashing place.
Andrew sets down the fiddle to play one on the guitar.