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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
by adg on Sat Jul 23, 2022 6:37 am
July 23, 2022 - Washington, MA - The Farm

Here we are Late-July. Hard to believe but we’re speeding through summer. It doesn’t seem to last as long as it used to. We’re already gathering little tomatoes from the garden, and any day now we’ll start taking a look at the garlic. Flowers this year are blooming profusely. Some years are better than others.

We got through most of the birthdays (there was a lot in July), without a hitch, which reminded me that October seems to have been a pretty frisky time for people in my family. I knew there was more to the month of October than just the leaves, or maybe it’s related.
Mid-June 2022 - It's Summertime!
by adg on Fri Jun 17, 2022 1:17 pm
Well, it's certainly summer at this point. Mart & I returned to the farm after spending a few days meeting with friends and family in Woodstock, NY. Nice to get out and about without having to work. I could get used to this. It's a hot day (in the sun) up here in the Berkshires. And I'm making the most of it. I think Jackie & I put the cement pond in the ground somewhere back around 1985, and we kept saying it was the best thing we ever did. It probably wasn't but we kept saying it anyway because it was really good. Having our kids was probably the best thing we ever did, but the pool is still here and working.

At some point late September I'm scheduled to become a great grandfather. That'll be fun, and we're looking forward to getting to meet the next generation. Meanwhile, we get to enjoy the summer breezes and occasional rain showers. Nothing quite like it. It's the world people around the world are struggling to make real for everyone. It's a dream for some, a hope for others and pretty real for us here. Nice to know it exists somewhere.
Mid-May 2022 - Spring Finally Here
Officially On The Hill - Back Again Spring 2022
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