“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” –Victor Hugo
Well, they say that man cannot subsist on bread alone, nor should he want to, and I suppose I’m no different. You all know I’m a big fan of music, particularly live, and with outstanding musicianship. You don’t get much more outstanding than David Grisman, who’s been tearing it up for around 40 years, producing some amazing music, like
I’ve never seen him live, and that’s all about to change. Because this year, he’s headlining Northwest String Summit.
This should be a fantastic time; I’ve been a number of times before, and the location/venue is gorgeous,
So don’t be sad that there’s no Friday or weekend post this week, be happy that I’ll be having a little vacation, enjoying a small part of the joys that make this life worth living.
And to those of you who absolutely demand a little bit of science/space goodness, remember how I told you that I write for NASA now? And I’ve got a monthly column in their astronomy club newsletters (some 200+ of them) all around the world?
Well, guess what arrived today to make me feel like a real NASA pro?
So don’t go too crazy while I’m gone — no comments released from moderation until I come back on Monday (probably) — and I’ll see you back here at the start of next week!