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What a fantastic interview. How nice to know more of you. I so enjoyed your photos and your writing. I also have enjoyed meeting you on the forum. I love that you play to the ghosts and the wind and trees ... To nature. It is very lovely and considerate!
Have a great week.
Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato
Beautiful story, Georganne, nice to know You better! I love North and want to visit it someday (LOL, yep that is one of my things to do "one day"=)).
...My instructor says I’m a bit obsessed with it but I figure that’s a good thing when starting this late in life...
Same here =) I guess, it's normal then
Sweet story 1stimestar
Love the image of Alaska in my minds eye...Takes a certain type of person to live out that way for sure...But the freedom cannot be matched i assume
Ever been to the bus from the movie Into The Wild? One of my favorite movies ever..
Keep on keeping on
Yes the freedom is amazing. I could go on and on about it... I see the posts from friends saying they are not allowed to build a fence, porch, shed, what ever on their own property and realize I can never again live in the lower 48.
Ah the Magic Bus. Some of us love that it is there, most of us do not. I have never gone there and don't ever plan to. It requires a major river crossing and that is one thing I try really hard to avoid! Plus, there are so many other fascinating places to trek to. The problem with the bus being famous is that so many tourist try to go and end up needing rescue. The majority of Alaskans think Chris McCandless was an idiot. I just see him as an idealistic young man. And really, do we not WANT our youth to be idealistic? I do. There is (normally) plenty of time later in life to be realistic, why rush it.
I read the book years ago. I was surprised that I enjoyed the movie so much (you know, movie after book syndrome). I own it as I collect movies on Alaska.
I might have come a bit late, but that was a really nice interview. I really like to see your determination with the violin, and I'm pretty sure you've improved a lot by now. Nice to meet you!
Skype: augustoad Email: email@example.com Phone number/whatsapp: +55 42 9861-4084. I'd be happy to talk anything fiddle-related to anyone! :)
Thank you Augustoad. Yes I am quite a bit better then I was then, but still no where near where I want to be. Lol I'm sure most of us are on that same wavelength though.
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