Posted by Clabert on December 12, 1999 at 19:48:15:
In Reply to: Whoops! Go Grab A Cup Of Coffee & Pretend It's Sunday Morning!!! posted by Rich/Mohican Press on December 12, 1999 at 15:54:44:
OK, My guess is that`s it`s our very own Caitlin in her and Jeff`s other hobby get up. And if I`m wrong about the lady, the cloths are still late 1800`s
: OK ... Where was I???
: Just heard from MMMM, as I see you all did via the Board ... I had thought she'd got lost in the wilderness looking for Cameron's Gathering Cabins. Hah! Mere computer woes! Child's play!
: Oh, can you figure out who is pictured in the above photo?? Look HARD!
: Being the Christmas Season (and, in our house, the BIRTHDAY season), we've got not too much time on our hands, so new things have kind of grinded to a near standstill ... We have received a couple more contributions to our Christmas Card Page (see link below), so that is updated. Thanks guys, but keep 'em coming! One of the truly special things about our 3-year involvement with this Web Site has been the interactive part. THAT sets it apart, I think. So, when that dies down, the site looses much of its aura, to my way of thinking ... Soo ... bring 'em on!
: Our Agnes Thrasher auction, to help out the little girl who has touched OUR hearts, has been very disappointing so far. We are thrilled that at the very least we WILL sell the painting and be able to turn over some money to the young girl's family, but we would hope it will be more. I know you guys don't come here to support charities, so I fully understand, and that's why we normally avoid this kind of thing. This one, as I have previously said, just seemed to fit ... I guess because of the painting and its Eric Schweig connection. The auction ends midnight on December 19, so give it some thought and see what you can do. We will match whatever the painting sells for (assuming it's not in the million dollar range! :)), thereby doubling the contribution to Ariel. That is the best we can do!
: Speaking of Eric ... About 2 weeks ago we were contacted by Greg T. Walker, founding member & bassist of the now-defunct Blackfoot band. His new venture, a band called NDN (see our Links Page, is in need of a drummer. Speaking with Wes Studi recently at a function, he was pointed our way. We let Eric know & he became MOST excited, calling us back after he had a chance to think about it for a few moments. He gave us the go-ahead to release his phone number to Greg, they spoke, and ... Lookin' pretty good! Both parties are very excited about the possibilities of this pending liaison ... They'll be meeting, in Montana, most probably in January to see what might develop. We'll keep you posted of any further developments! Listening to the CD (Warrior's Pride), from the promo pack Greg sent along, as I type ... Rock mixed with a touch of Native singing.
: On our DC Page, we've added the scene list from the DVD, if you've yet to get yours & would like to look it over.
: I guess that's enough for now ... Get on with your Christmas preparations!
: One last thing ... Did you figure out the photo yet?
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