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  1. #1
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    that rattler knew better than mess with grizz

    we went out to Oak glen but the rattler from last week apparently thought better of challenging grizzly this week.
    We took two of JoAnn's nephews with. It was a nice hike and the poppies were still blooming. I had made a new sporran but it had Norse symbols on it so made another with Scottish symbols. Plus I made a different bag style. (I also made the cover with a soft bag also. I'll get around to posting them.
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    These were the Nephews with JoAnn
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    and of course the flower child, Grizz
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    and his daredevil fence sitting
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    Next week they are starting their chicken dinner and country Jamboree. We are excited because it's a great meal and a wonderful family folk/bluegrass entertainment. Plus after wards they have anybody who wants to stay and join in as the entertainment. I love opera but it's so nice to occasionally get to sing folk, country and the Celtic music I grew up on.

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    Great pics as usual.

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    As always, delightful pictures. Good to read your comment about singing different genres. I love hosting my bluegrass/etc. jams,
    though sometimes almost seems like work. Musicians herd about as easily as cats. I do enjoy, too, getting the chance to switch
    into opera, show tunes or liturgical.


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