Eyes, Lungs, Hair, and Clothes
I didn't realize
that after an extended period of days, the breathing of smoke filled
air, would have me feeling like I'm running out of oxygen, (or steam,
pep, gumption, go power).
Of course, it could be something completely unrelated to the smoke-filled skies over Redding. Maybe I need to eat more spinach.
by John's shop and asked him about a bay area violin seller that Marian
had sent me a newspaper clipping about. She thought it might be of
interest to John.
John told me
the story of leaving one of his violins with that violin shop on
consignment, a few years ago. They sold it, but it took several months
before they admitted it and paid John without telling him how much it
sold for, or who they sold it to. After that experience, he told me he
felt that it was a shady operation and he would have nothing to do with
Small world, isn’t it?
Here, (above), is a little yellow rose that I took a picture of on Thursday.
This next picture is the same rose photographed today.
just before I played at Lulu’s for the Shasta blues Society, someone
came up and handed me a picture from the Jefferson State Blues Society,
Sunday jam, that showed me wearing exactly the same clothes I had on. I
guess I will have to write down what I wear and where I wore it, each
time I play.
Phil and John at the Old School Restaurant. (photo credit - Rocky)
around the Treehouse continue to come and go on different shifts. I
know they certainly provide me with hours of enjoyment and
the evacuated residents from Manton and other mountain areas, are being
allowed to return to their homes as the Ponderosa fire is nearly 70%
contained. (Story Here)
are advised to limit their activities in the smoky conditions. I
believe I will begin right now by limiting my activity to eating a piece
of apple pie and ice cream.
Little Grass Shack