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My bag are all packed, my chores are all done. Tomorrow I will spend the night in New Jersey…..But first, here are a few pictures I took yesterday
I just got a new Youtube plugin that makes putting videos on this site a little easier. That being said here’s a song from when Band of Horses played at the Filling Station in November. Keep in mind this was recorded with a hand-held pocket-sized camera so if you are an audiophile or whatever is the analogous term for videos do not watch it.
Incidentally, their album “Cease to Begin” was recorded at Echo Mountain studios in Asheville, NC. And playing with the band were local Asheville musicians Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds.
Yesterday some folks got together and took a tour of the Lewis and Clark Caverns organized by the ever-vigilant Luke Shorty. It was the first time I’ve been in a cave in a long time and a really excellent experience.
It was the last day the caverns were opened for the season and as an added bonus the 2nd half of the tour was conducted by candlelight. They were nice enough to provide cookies and hot chocolate in the visitor center and before we left our multi-talented tour guide was nice enough to sing us a few Christmas carols as well.
Bridger Opened last Friday, but due to school I wasn’t able to go until today. They are reporting 80 inches of snowfall so far for the season, which is roughly a third of what fell all of last year.
Also, I have some pictures from Thanksgiving at Brett’s house here. Many thanks to Brett and Luke for organizing that.
I don’t get to see that much live music out here, so it is nice when a good band comes though. Especially when the band included two folks from Asheville. They did two shows that night because the original show sold out rather quickly. Tyler Ramsey played 4 shows because he opened each time as well, whoa!