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Why are you moving? I hope it's for a big pay raise and a pretty lady!
You can come sit in with us if you like - we enjoy having another player around! However, I would need to see if there is a way to get you in, because walking from parking through the front gate to back where we are is quite a hike with a 30 pound instrument to tote. But ren fair is a blast, and when you're done playing around with us, you must go see the sword play performed by our friend Alan Hutton, and the Wenches do their show in the Sea Devil Tavern - ohhh, fun!!
I'm still struggling with playing an alternating bass on a small 12 bass accordion with my left hand. Oh, the agony of learning a new thing! Makes my arm hurt. I don't know how y'all do what you do, but I'm glad you do!
Hi - it was a fun time, and good to meet up with Shelia. Jenny was asking if we're going to be on TV and when, and I told her I didn't really find that out yet.......whether the recording was for TV, other promotional things, or whatever. So I guess I need to find that out! I'm just not a nosy guy...... we don't start the new position until March 1st, when our trainer gets back from a vacation in Germany.
Missed you lately. I hope you had a good holiday season. Did you find the German shirt, and also, I do not think we have a German dress back? We will work more on the inventory on Saturday!! The accordion repair person is Richard Fry. His in a member of this network and is on it freuquently. He repaired on of my Horner accordions a few months ago. He did a good job. He did have to send to Germany to get some parts, which took a few weeks.