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Beyond Groundhog Day 2024
by adg on Sat Feb 03, 2024 10:22 am
OMG We're into February already! Time is going by. Before you know it, we'll be back in The Berkshires, playing in the gardens, and hunting insects (just for pictures). I've been in Florida, and it's been on the cool side. Cool for Florida, which doesn't mean much to anyone in New England where it's been down right cold. At least there's some blue skies, and green things growing down here. The older I get, the more I appreciate that kind of stuff. It isn't gray and gloomy like back at the farm. So far, so good. :)
Happy New Year 2024!
by adg on Fri Dec 29, 2023 5:51 pm
Okay it's a little early but I wanted to get a head start. Welcome to arlo.net and the year 2024. So far, so good! Although a lot of arlo.net doesn't even work anymore, there's still no ads, or suggestions, or marketing. It's old school internet. arlo.net is about 25 years old, and been around long before social media took over the online world. It's still FREE for anyone who wants to sign on, and we don't sell personal info to anyone.

There're conversations and comments that go way back in time. We keep it going because it's a good resource for anyone interested - Our schedules are still the best online reference, although the mechanics are a little outdated, the info is up-to-date. In other words, we haven't figured out how to screw it up. :)
Merry Everything 2023!
by adg on Tue Dec 19, 2023 9:03 am
It's almost Christmas, and New Year's Day is not far behind. There's all kinds of celebrations going on around the world. Every culture seems to have its own. I'm all for it. The more the merrier! Personally I just send out good loving thoughts and wishes to everyone, whatever the season, but it's especially important now. So happy holidays to anyone who celebrates something, and for everyone who doesn't, all the best to you too. :)
Happy Thanksgiving 2023!
by adg on Mon Nov 20, 2023 3:18 pm
In other places around the world, people celebrate their own version of Thanksgiving, generally around this time of year. I had a long-standing tradition of going to New York to play Carnegie Hall then within a short time make my way to warmer climates. Although time and circumstances have changed, Marti & I are back in our home in Sebastian, FL for the up-coming holiday, and we'll be here until it starts thawing out on the farm. It's a good time to be here, until it's better to be elsewhere. Without the pressure of concerts and traveling, life here is good. Some things get modified, rather than completely changed. In other words, being here is not unusual around this time of year. Tradition.

Warm and wonderful wishes to everyone, wherever you are, or are planning to be this Thanksgiving! With friends, family, neighbors near and far - Just about everyone - We wish you all the best. 'Tis the season.
Winter Is Here 2023
by adg on Fri Nov 03, 2023 7:02 am
Well, winter was here. Didn't last very long but we had a few inches of snow on the ground. It'll come and go as usual until it sets in. But by that time I'll be home in Florida. I love my little town of Sebastian. For the last 4 decades (since the late 1980s) it really didn't make much difference where home was, as we were constantly on the road, everywhere but where I'd call home. Generally if we ended a leg of the tour near Sebastian, we went there. If we ended a tour near the north east, we went to Washington, Massachusetts. The was no routine or preference, it was just whatever made sense. These days Florida makes sense most of the time - Except in summer when it's just too hot and humid. Christmas carols under the swaying palms.... Yeah kind of silly. But it's fun.
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