Aug

25

:: xCountry: day 111 (thats binary for 7) ::

Today kinda sucked. Correction: today still kinda sucks. 1.5 more hours to buffalo. Local(e) listenings: NPR

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Aug

24

:: xCountry: day |||||| ::

have you ever had weeks that feel like days and days that feel like weeks?

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Aug

23

:: xCountry: day cinque ::

Custer state park started the day in south Dakota. Complete with a heard of one bajillion buffalo. (yes that’s an exact count). It wasn’t those massive beasts that put the fear of god into Cole though. It was a burrow. Even though he was the one who rolled down his window and called the overly-friendly [...]

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Aug

22

:: xCountry: day four ::

The rest of Wyoming (after yellowstone) was like someone picked us up and dropped us back at the beginning of Idaho again. Except they replaced the fields with mountains. That will make little sense unless you’ve driven through both. The day wasn’t without excitement though. Somewhere on one of those beautiful plateaus, I really thought [...]

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Aug

22

:: xCountry: day 3 ::

yellowstone. booya. we arrived about 2.5 hours later than expected (because of a seasonally closed road within yellowstone) and angie and cole got ready to crash and i took the about-to-scratch-a-hole-in-my-leg puppy out for a walk. we walked up to the edge of a bluff on what was supposed to be a five mile animal [...]

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Jun

22

:: times like these… ::

times like these… call for new tunes.

i’ve been really bad about keeping fresh stuff up here, but things are crazy busy on all fronts.

as my way of apologizing i’m not even going to make you dig for these tunes, i’m just going to give them to you

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Jan

18

:: on the radar: volume 1 :: blind pilot + loch lomond + old belivers

ok so here’s the first installment of music ramblings which i’ll call “on the radar”. the bands mentioned here have come to my attention in one way or another (live, commercial recordings, indie recordings, recommendations, whatevs…) and i figure they’re worth writing about on some level.

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