Hometown: Leeds, England
December 6, 2010
No introduction yet
friendly, easygoing & fascinating folks
Hi Gerard. Yes, it was nice talking with you today. And sharing my enthusiasm for the wine flours. They are fascinating ingredients. I know the Edible Marin had an article referring to them I think including the Community Grains flour we are working with. The name of the bakery I work at is called Ponsford's Place and is only open Friday and Saturday. If you come by before about 11, you may be able to talk to Craig more about it. And Whole Vine makes them. Will keep you posted.
Hi, Gerald. You can prepay using Paypal to [masked], or drop a check in the mail. Info on that is at http://concerts.roseavenue.com/jbp.ht... on the right side. As for seating, well, this is our living room, so we have couches, living room chairs, kitchen chairs, and the folding chairs. We even can put pillows on the floor, if that's comfortable to you. Get here early and you'll have your choice of seating. Thanks for signing up!
Maybe in the hairstyle alone, but other than that, I don't see it. But thank you!
Hi Gerard, no, I never watched that show (we didn't have a TV then) but I listen to the hitparade on radio Luxemburg every day, while I did my homework. I lived in Regensburg and saw Casey Jones with his band. He was from England and the star of the show. The other stars were the Lords, a german band.
Hi Gerard! OMG The Yardbirds. Its funny, in responding to all the people signing up, I am being reminded of amazing bands from that era... there were SO SO SO many! Ditto for Spencer Davis group. My band back in high school used to do Keep on Running :-) Welcome aboard and I look forward to meeting you at one of the upcoming meetups! Jon, a "Wild Child from the 60s"!