Kerrville 2010

July 19, 2010

Day One Arrived in Kerrville Saturday afternoon. A “Welcome Home” sign greets me at the gate. I found my way to Camp Sing-Kerr-Nicity. Such friendly folk, as Chuck Brodsky told me they would be. I set up my tent about 3 tents down from their main canopy/tarp. I’m on the edge of their camp. Across […]

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Flint Hills

May 29, 2010

The Flint Hills of Kansas always surprise me. In a state known for endless horizons of wheat, the soft rolling hills, covered in a plush green blanket of grass and dotted with grazing cattle meandering among the hillsides, present an unexpected pastoral scene. A close look at the nearest hillside of grass beside the highway […]

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Day Two – Kansas City

May 27, 2010

A few less miles today, but still a lot. Drove from Columbus, OH to Kansas City, KS. One close call on the highway. Why am I not surprised it happened in Missouri? A truck in front of me, in the lane just to the right, hit its brakes and then started to swerve into my […]

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Enroute to Kerrville!

May 26, 2010

Long day driving today. Left Boston just before 6:30, had lunch in Syracuse, NY and arrived in Columbus by 8:00pm. Wow. 750 miles (approximately). Now back to my room to play a couple tunes, work on a new song that’s percolating, and crash until early tomorrow morning. Tomorrow evening I should be in Kansas City. […]

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Kerrville Folk Festival!

May 24, 2010

Yes, friends, I will be at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas for eight days starting Saturday, May 29th. In addition to all the music, I hope to be doing a lot of writing and blogging so check back here over the next couple weeks for posts and pictures and maybe even a video or […]

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Hello my friends!

November 12, 2009

Hello again from my new website. I figured it was time for an overhaul. I’m using some new tools, though for now most of the content is the same. Be sure to check back periodically for new updates!

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