Moving right along, it was a pleasant saunter by the creek and on up through the native bush to the falls.Gentle drops of ‘water-jewels’ fell from the cliff top to give us a lovely, albeit small, display. 100% Free Online Dating for Kokomo Singles at Mingle2Our free personal ads are full of single women and men in Kokomo looking for serious relationships, a little online flirtation, or new friends to go out with.When Dwyer, a friend of Geggie's, suggested Taylor also make a stop in Ottawa, the bassist contacted the Ottawa Jazz Festival's Executive Producer, Catherine O'Grady, and she moved quickly to add the show to the festival's Fall/Winter series, the whole event coming together in a matter of a couple weeks.It was a good call on O'Grady's part, since Geggiea fixture (and treasure) on the Ottawa scene for many years, between his own series and running the jam sessions during the festivalwas truly the only bassist in town with the chops, reading skills and sheer confidence to jump into a situation where the only rehearsal took place at the sound check.It was, in fact, Wheeler who was supposed to be in Canada, to work with Canadian saxophonist Phil Dwyer.But circumstances prevented the iconic expat Canadian trumpeter from making the trek to Canada this time around, and so Taylor came in his place (I'll be Kenny for a short bit, then," said Taylor when he explained the genesis of the show to an appreciative audience).
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9 August 2009Whispering Falls & The Chromite Mines – Mt Richmond Forest Park Organiser: Robyn Walsh Our day together began at 9.30am outside the Stoke Post Office which included a happy catchup chat. A very good frost was still evident on Aniseed Valley Road with numerous white patches in the shady bits. Over the first hour, we split into two groups, resulting in a segregated morning tea stop at the Falls Track junction.
The leading group was ensconced on the picnic table, while the back group sprawled on the ground nearer to the main track.
Lunch time approached, so we headed back to the junction, and on to the Chromite Mines track around 12.15pm.
As always, it was a hot climb through this sheltered, sunny gully for 30 minutes. Prior to lunch, we found the short mine cut into the hill, just above the track.
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It was only after Geggie mined the harmonic range of a single notethrough meticulous bowing and creating delicate tensionthat he moved on, for a gentle release that showed his strength at combining lithe dexterity with a firm sense of construction.