closing the spontobeat studio

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closing the spontobeat studio

Postby watertore » Fri Jun 01, 2007 7:16 pm

We are moving to Ohio next saturday. I am going home tonight to pack up all my recording gear. The allergey season is so bad this year, I can't hardly get a song worth anything out. I was going to leave it up till late next week, but figure I might as well take my time and pack it all good. I just want to sleep with these allergies... I am looking forward to a long freeze. Out here it rarely freezes, so stuff is blooming all year round. I am not sure when I will get the gear up and running again. We are living in our bus until we find a home we want to buy. It will be weird to not be able to go out back and record anytime I feel like it. See you all sooner than later I hope. Walter

our home till we find one bolted to the ground

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Postby leftyguitarman » Fri Jun 01, 2007 7:37 pm

Thats a mighty nice house you got there! Best of luck in your house hunt.
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Postby ricochet » Fri Jun 01, 2007 8:34 pm

It is a mighty nice house! Especially with Judy smiling out front. :D
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Postby allanlummox » Fri Jun 01, 2007 9:59 pm

All the best in your travels.
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Postby maxx england » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:10 am

You drive better than I live! Good luck with house hunting.

Allergies - I get bad hay fever, I use a spray thing sold here as Nasobec, reduces inflammation of the nasal tissues. If things get too bad, I use an anti histamine too, for the sake of the eyes, but generally the nose spray works most of the time.

Just a frivolous thought here - why not have a box trailer big enough to make some noise in and a generator to run it? You could even make some cash operating as a mobile studio? No? OK, have fun anyway.
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Postby watertore » Sat Jun 02, 2007 4:21 pm

thanks for the well wishes everyone! I have about another hour worth of work to completely empty and clean up my studio. It was sad. I have had a lot of good times out there. We are on our final goodbyes to everyone here. I pray this is our last move. This will be over 30 moves, to 3 different countries, since I started playing. The older I get, the less I like moving, but the adventure of the unknown stills outweights the cons! Life is too short to be somewhere where you aren't happy.

maxx england: Thanks for the ideas. My worst symptom with allergies is fatique. I was in Nevada in March, and it was below freezing. I felt like I was 15 again! 12 years in austin, tx, and 12 here in the bay area, has meant no relief. It rarely freezes for more than a few hours in these places, thus stuff is blooming year round. I am looking forward to a cold, allergy free winter! We have a moving company coming next week to pick up all our stuff, including my studio gear. The trailer idea is a cool one, but our motorhome will be towing our minivan. I am convinced we will find a great home sooner than later. We just bought a laptop computer that has wi fi. We are learning what that means, but I do know we will be able to stay connected to the net at most of the campgrounds. Walter
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Postby stumblin » Sun Jun 03, 2007 7:49 am

maxx england wrote:You drive better than I live! Good luck with house hunting.

I'll second that!

Good luck with the house-hunting. You know we're all rooting for you here.
Have fun on your travels Walter.
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Postby 1dustyeod » Sun Jun 17, 2007 4:49 pm

Good Luck Walter..... I'll miss hearing your new tunes every week. Best of luck to ya on your new house quest.

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Postby slickcat » Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:55 am

Good Luck Walter...Im gonna miss them tunes ya know... :?
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