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#247 September 1, 2019 from http://www.don-guitar.com
First words (from Don):
I've been working outdoors this week and the 'feels like'
(heat index) temperature has been over a hundred degrees
(F, that's around 38 C) every day for the past dozen or
so days. It's a few degrees cooler in the morning but it
heats up fast. I've only been putting in three or four
hours a day. That doesn't sound like much but it's not
bad for a 70 year old fuddy-duddy and a heck of a lot
more than some fellows my age can do.
And now for something cool... :)
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This is the smallest, cookest Mariachi group I've ever seen.
Ah, romance! Nothing beats it.
Julie Gaulke is a one-woman musical powerhouse. Here's
a lovely arrangement of a beautiful old song.
MozART group TV is four guys who mix humor and good music.
Quoted from the website: 'Established in 2009, Creative Boom is
an online magazine that celebrates, inspires and supports the
creative community across the UK and beyond.'
I don't take vacations. I dislike traveling, hate spending money
and have never been comfortable sleeping in a strange bed. That
being said, if I'm gonna go on vacation I'd sure prefer to go
somewhere off the beaten path. These sound cool.
So do these.
https://tinyurl.com/yxza5ncy [usnews dot com]
Do you have a favorite lesser known vacation destination?
Speaking of vacations, maybe I'd be ok with going to one of
I haven't been fishing in well over 20 years but I've been
watching Leo Sheng's youtube channel and suddenly I want to
go fishing. I've been accumulating fishing tackle at garage
sales, flea markets and on eBay for weeks now. First thing
on Monday I'm going to get myself a 'Resident Freshwater'
fishing license ($12 on account of I'm a fuddy-duddy) and
then I'm going fishing. If I don't catch anything I'm
going to blame Leo.
Lisa's been to far more interesting places than me this
month. Here's her contribution to this issue.
Yosi Horikawa-Searching For Sound.
Museum of Public Art
https://tinyurl.com/y5wqdfes [google dot com]
20 Gentle Quotations from Mr. Rogers
https://tinyurl.com/y2448flf [mentalfloss dot com]
Playing For Change, connecting the world through music.
Visit the Met in 360Â°.
https://tinyurl.com/y667do3m [metmuseum dot org]
Surf Like A Girl Photos
https://tinyurl.com/y6obhtwe [creativeboom dot com]
The Modern Art of Cabarets and Clubs
https://tinyurl.com/y2a2bhed [creativeboom dot com]
Paper Art Animal Sculptures by Calvin Nicholls
Emily Dickinson's Herbarium Online
https://tinyurl.com/yyn9ygmt [openculture dot com]
11 music genres you didn't know existed
https://tinyurl.com/y68dvnb9 [deseret dot com]
Animated Adaptation of BukowskiâTMs Poem âBluebirdâ
https://tinyurl.com/y2j7m62b [brainpickings dot org]
An historic problem for women creatives
https://tinyurl.com/y23v8y6z [theguardian dot com]
Visit Jane Austen's library.
USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection
The Retrovert-a large collection of vintage graphics
Russell Powell Hand Prints.
Stress Relieving Sand Spheres by Olander Earthworks
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Last words (from Lisa):
I've been trying out a new project. I'm starting a walking
program to help my fussy back, gain strength and endurance
and to try to become a morning person. Summer in Texas
requires an early start to any outdoor activity.
I recruited a few neighborhood ladies and now have my
'posse'. It's working on all fronts. Lookout, World!
See you next time!
Don Crowder & Lisa Miller
Saturday, September 1, 2019, 12:05 AM
Buchanan Lake Village
served by the US Post Office in
Tow (rhymes with cow), Texas
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