Notes from the Studio

The past two weeks has finally heralded the dropping of the leaves. When you got 3 ponds and a lot of fish and ducks, this time of year starts getting busy. Leaf patrol which included burning and mulching (separately of course) was 4 hours, with help. The ducks need to be protected from wild birds during migratory periods (avian flu risk) and we have that blasted heron after the fish again. As if having a job wasn’t enough.

For some reason I really felt inspired during the preparations for this show. I’ve been transitioning from older vignette themes to a new round, and oh. my. I’m really happy with what’s appeared, and because there’s enough in the studio to work with, I’m not worried about missing something. I might forget to play something, but I hope not. In any case I hope you listen in and agree with me. 

As usual, I will be virtually performing in Second Life in the Orlov region, and in Opensim in the Dome, now in the Sharing is Caring Family grid. You don’t have to go to either, but if you’re inworld, feel free to stop in. Otherwise, simply tune in to and listen in, all ears are appreciated.  

 And we have our Discord chat, if you want to hang out there, I think it’s turned out much better to use Discord, it certainly works better for me. 

Thanks for your continued support. We at RadioSpiral appreciate all of your listening time, and wish you a happy weekend.


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