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T.J last won the day on September 1 2019

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About T.J

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    Celtic Wannabe
  • Birthday 07/18/1952

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  1. Hi TJ.  Your "Celtic Wannabe" caught my attention.  I'm a three-week old Guitar Geek  and interested in finding members who play Irish/Celtic music.  Let me know!

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      T.J

      First, welcome to TAC.  Second, I would be very interested in playing and exchanging music.  

      Let's connect some way (phone, zoom, e-Mail) and figure out how we might be able to help each other.

      Where are you geographically?  I am in the mountains just west of Denver, Colorado (Golden)

      my phone is (303) 526-0214

      my e-Mail is tjc@carneylaw.net

      Oh, and, if you care to come in to watch or play, I am co-hosting a VOM tomorrow, 1/24, at 1:00 Mountain Time, and here is the link:

      Join Zoom Meeting
       
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      Hope to see you soon.
  2. For some reason I got removed from the Mile High Jam Club - not sure why, but I'm interested in joining again.  

    1. T.J

      T.J

      Checking, as I have taken no one off, but TAC is going through upgrades, and that may be an explanation.  If I cannot readd you, I will send you an invitation.

       

  3. The name of Greywolf came to me because I used to bread Hybrids that contained contained so much of the traits it was hard to tell them from the real thing. I would take them out into the wild to exercise them (under control of course) and the people that new me gave me the name. I study Medieval History and belong to a world wide organization that recreates its, in case you were wondering about the grab I was wearing in my profile picture. 

    Ty for the welcome to the group. I hope to post Vids some day soon. 

    1. T.J

      T.J

      Great story and avocation, and as for medieval study, I am doing some, but not game enough to recreate or do living history things.  I have to get better at guitar and then learn the lute for that, I guess.

      Again, welcome, and thanks for the information. 

  4. CJ

    Hi T.J, thank you very much for the kind words. If you have an interest, we have our photographs published on our website Link here.

    We were actually supposed to be State-side this week for 14 days, but sadly our trip was cancelled at the end of April. We had planned to travel to Wyoming and Montana to visit Yellowstone, Tetons, and Glacier NPs; .... maybe another year.

    We were 'hosed' after BA & AA cancelled all our flights, hey-ho, understandable I guess, given the circumstances. We have been lucky with our car rental and accommodation bookings as they have all waived their "non refundable" deposit policy written in their terms. That is with the exception of Historic Tamarack Lodge, in Hungry Horse, Montana, who are keeping half the cost of 6-nights rental of a cabin, quite a few hundred buckeroos .... ouch. Can't really do much more now than spread the word about how they treat people in trying times.

    Have a good evening, Sir

  5. Thank you for the kind words.  Mind if I follow you.  This place really matters to me and I wish to make it count.  I believe that you understand.

  6. Does playing along count as playing with others?

  7. Hello,

    Just finished with day 2.  Can do the first blues strum @90 bpm with no errors.

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