I visited my brother this Christmas and so I needed a present. My brother is interested in guitars and he also appreciates unusual things so I thought I would look for something for him in the guitar realm. Recently, I happened to see in the news that Eric Clapton was selling some more guitars, presumably for his… Continue reading The case of the missing Christmas present
Shortly after the US election, Americans have been caught sneaking into Canada. Canada’s Prime Minister has made the decision to build a wall.
A quick warning: there is precisely zero guitar content in this blog post. I had an adventure last week, jacking up a house, working outside in temperatures of -30 degrees, and some folks asked about the outcome so I am writing this summary. I own a small cabin in the mountains of western Canada. I’ve had… Continue reading How to jack up a house
I was in Seattle for a few days over the holidays and I happened through the EMP Museum. Boy is this a weird place. On the one hand, they have a really great guitar exhibit detailing the history of the guitar, and a great guitar sculpture, two stories high. In the guitar history exhibit, I… Continue reading The EMP in Seattle