January 11, 2019 at 2:23 am #1773HankParticipant
Cold front passed through today and dropped the H20 % to around 35%.
Took the Ramuda out of the corral and let them graze on the dry air…I hydrated on a bottle of good california Red.
Played each of the guitars for about a 1/2 hour each…..lots of ” Deadhead” and S.O.C. pickin.
Low humidity and 1/4 moon over the Gulf + 1 Martin and 4 SCs make for a ZORRO night ride !
Wish Y’All could have been here to Jam
1993 Martin HD-28 IR/Sitka
2001 SCGC F Cutaway Maple/German (For Sale)
2008 SCGC OT Madi/Italian
2015 SCGC OM “The Tree” Hog/ European
2016 SCGC 1934 D45 Braz/ Adi
2016 Taylor K62 CE Limited Edition 12 string all Koa
2019 SCGC FTC Granadillo/Redwood
Life is a journey…not a guided tour,
The Bay,The Gulf Stream , The Open Ocean are particular about who they share their secrets with.
January 11, 2019 at 3:48 am #1774
January 11, 2019 at 9:00 am #1776DanielParticipant
Wet wet wet here in Picardie. Dehumidifier humming in the background. Instruments tucked up in their cases. Heaters on to a significant setting.
Practiced new material with my guitar player, Julien, last night in the Cave. A bit cold as the night wore on and the heater just did not have the power to fight the drafts.
I would relish some time in a warmer climate. I’ll bring some French wine. 😉
California vintners produce some good stuff. When I lived in California I drank it on special occasions or when we went wine tasting in Sonoma or Napa. I have since tasted what we lovingly call ‘Papa’s Plonk’, a common table Bordeaux that my father-in-law buys by the shipping box and bottles for later consumption. I can say confidently I shall not miss California wine.
Daniel (paying existential dues for living the good life in France)
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