Autumn comes to the Woods on Willa Crag

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Closed on March 2, 2011

Hey there SuperSteve,

I read your response that night.. your morning :D but I was half asleep and just couldn't think up a good reply to your epic tale!

Of course you know... that this requires a double change of clothes now and a good towel to the lappy :)) oh and a couple pepsis too LOLOL!!

I have a video response that I think applies well :)))) This is a band that Gord introduced me to and I think you'll get a kick out of em!

A medley of Inebriation and Unicorns

Smiles, GG :D))

Steven Stoddart on March 3, 2011

Hi there GG!! Well that link you gave took the dust covers off a host of memories... In my dim and distant (but not entirely disreputable) past, I used to be part of a troupe of bods that went round clubs doing the Folk scene... apart from the Scaffold's song (Lily the Pink) we did 'em all. Looking at the line-up on the YouTube video, none look like me but the collection of beards could almost belong to the crew I was with at the time : )

I have not played the guitar for years... As I have got older, no thoughts of 10 mega-litre motorbikes have settled in my head... thoughts of buying another 12-string and to learn the fiddle are front and centre...

While we are on the subject of YouTube videos, if you like an acoustic flavour, feast your ears on this...

Have a wizard night's kip....

Steve

Closed on March 3, 2011

WOOO That's pretty cool SuperSteve!

I think you should get another and keep on playin'! Nice smooth music in that thar video! I love blue grass... and generally any kind of guitar playin' but bad LOL! My great-grampaw was a banjo player.. loved to listen to him. and Gord is a guitar feller. He's pretty dang good, just don't tellem I said so.. he'll protest.

I added this oneto the after-party photo.. I thought it was really funny!!

Enjoy! Smiles, GG:)

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