On the closest shelf in no particular order is: Radical Homemakers
(if you liked this book, we probably have a lot in common), Beyond
Black Bear Lake, Applied Hydrogeology, Mount Misery, The House of
God, My First Summer in the Sierra, Violin Owners Manual, True
Horse Stories, The Solar Home, The Sloughter's History of Schoharie
I don't watch a lot of movies, but I do enjoy them.. I just wait
for friends to have a movie night. I took the TV to the recycling
center. Who needs one with high speed internet? If you think its
strange I don't have a TV, then please please stop reading
The Incredible String Band, Celtic Fiddle Festival, Nightingale,
Martin Hayes, Le Vent du Nord, Genticorum, La Bottine Souriante,
Alasdair Frasier, Elana James and the Hot Club of Cow Town, Sandy
Denny, Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson, April Verch, Bob
Wills, Iris Dement, Norman and Nancy Blake, and The Wailin' Jennys.
Farewell to Doc Watson.. got to see him play a couple of times at
the Troy Music Hall. Johnny Cunningham was probably the best
fiddler I've ever heard.
I like to make meals from whatever is in season at the local farm
stands. I watched the documentary "King Corn" recently, and I'm now
making a conscious effort to nearly eliminate corn from my diet.