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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Petoskey Friends

 
I am in Petoskey with my good friends Doug and Pam. This was just a "little" walk down to the recycling station, but it's really quite a big deal. Doug has survived cancer this past year, and is very much in the still adapting to walking again stage. It's SO good to see them!

two people walking in snow

I couldn't resist taking a picture of this pile of yummy ingredients for the dinner. It looks so great, and smelled great too.

chopped raw vegetables

Pam cooked them up and mixed in baked spaghetti squash for a really wonderful vegetarian dinner.

cooking a one-pan meal

Then Pam and I got right into the music. We did accordion and guitar for a while. No picture. Maybe tomorrow. Then we switched to harps. Pam can do ANYTHING musically. But a few years ago, she went nuts for harps.

playing Celtic harp

She even got me playing. We played the "Going Home" theme from the New World Symphony. Yes, with two hands!

playing Celtic harp

Awesome evening. More tomorrow!

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2 comments:

Ann said...

Sounds like a great day.

The Furry Gnome said...

I've always loved the harp. good work to play two-handed!

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