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Happy New Year 2023!
by adg on Mon Dec 26, 2022 12:28 pm
With less than week left of 2022, it's time to get into the spirit of 2023. While there will no doubt, lots of year in review kind of things will happen shortly. But, for me there's not a whole lot of looking back - Maybe over the last 50 years, but not much this last year. Although covid is still with us, most have moved beyond worrying about it too much. There are sensible means available to mitigate it. Masks are no longer a hot topic, some people wear 'em, and some don't. Aside from covid there's things like the flu where protection makes sense. It's not so political anymore. It was never a political thing for me. It was just common sense.

2023 would be better if more people just used common sense, but for that to happen, the sense has to be common. I remember a time long ago when long hair for men or even mustaches, side burns etc. was a hot topic. We've moved on and now there's a kind of whatever makes you happy attitude - common. We'll see what happens. Many things are really important - until they're not.

With that thought in mind, I wish everyone reading this an important, happy and healthy new year! So far, so good. :)
Happy Merry Everything 2022
by adg on Sat Dec 10, 2022 5:49 pm
Well we finally made it home to Florida. It's warmer for sure. There's green leaves on the trees, and sunny blue skies. The usual. The Thanksgiving season is over and we're approaching the winter holidays. My neighbors here have plastic Santas dressed for winter - It's kind of odd, but I get it. Folks down here get cold when the temperature drops below 50 degrees (F). It sorta keeps a smile on your face. People get acclimatized pretty quickly. 50 would be t-shirt weather on the farm about now. It's a bigger world than we imagine sometimes. We've been kinda stuck up north for longer than we intended, but now we're making the rounds to our favorite people and places, doing everything we missed.

Most holidays are dependent upon what part of the world you're in. Countries have their own, regions, and local communities do their own thing uniquely theirs. So it's kind of wonderful to note that the holidays coming up are world-wide.

So wherever you are, however you celebrate, or whatever you celebrate - I'm with you. I wish everyone reading this a joyous time, and look forward to seeing you somewhere sometime. Happy Merry Everything!

Happy Thanksgiving 2022
by adg on Tue Nov 22, 2022 9:56 am
We're still here in the northeast. Over the past 50 years we've headed down to Carnegie Hall and then farther south. This year is more or less on course to be somewhat the same, without a stop in NYC. But before the holidays get started, I wanted to wish everyone here a fabulous holiday season. That's about it! :)
by adg on Mon Oct 31, 2022 5:31 pm
October 31, 2022 - Here's something that may be of interest to folks reading this. Beginning April 2023 I'll be back onstage. For more info visit our new website
Fall 2022
by adg on Fri Oct 07, 2022 2:35 pm
Well we've been waiting, now it's here - Fall. Most of the butterflies have left the building. Birds are flocking and headed south. Some are staying. We're doing a little of both. Staying for longer than planned, but leaving before it get's too cold. Playing it by ear as they say. The fall colors are stunning as usual. A little less red than expected, but it's there, especially if you know where to look.

Lightning took out some of our electronic gear a few days ago, so we don't have wifi, but we're making due with tethered cell phones etc. It's almost like the old days. Not quite.

Wishing everyone a sensational fall whoever you are (except our friends on the other side of the world, who are going into summer). Lots of love as usual... :)

Halfway Thru Summer (almost) 2022
Mid-June 2022 - It's Summertime!
Mid-May 2022 - Spring Finally Here
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