Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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Eight Song Split

Thursday evening my wife and I were walking on the Ridgeview Trail at dusk. We saw a bobcat approaching us about 50 yards ahead on the trail.  The bobcat watched us curiously, and then headed off. On Friday, a Facebook memory reminded me of an earlier bobcat sighting some years prior.

Saturday I walked in Glendover Park. I kept circling and circling the park.I saw 18 different bird species. I got good photos of a small Red-Eared Slider turtle, of a Red-Bellied Woodpecker, and of Blue Dasher dragonflies. Later I walked in Green Park and saw 10 more species.

I got a little of the family business I wanted to get done on Saturday done. I feel confident that I will do the rest soon. I read a few more pages of "Sonic Writing", but still have some pages to go. Sunday I attended a WW virtual meeting, and set my local church's service up to play on Youtube live.

My afternoon Zoom call proved to be a no-show. I suppose I should get a green screen.  I walked on the Ridgeview Trail in the afternoon.

I solved a lot of chess puzzles this weekend, having discovered this function of chess.com in which one races again time. I also did a competitive version, but it was not as much fun so far as just solving them solo..

Musician Lee Rosevere sent me the tracks from a project we are doing together. We each used the on-line drawing tool Harmony to create four sketches. Then each of us wrote one song for each of the four sketches. This has been a very casual project. Lee sent me his drawings months before I sent him mine. On the other hand, I sent my recordings months before he sent his recordings. The end result sounds good, with two of Lee's tracks really standing out among the set.



from Dreamwidth, because two posts of the same text are twice as nice
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