Friday, November 03, 2006

Hello, between today and yesterday andrew and I built this:

We made it all out of wood and a few pieces of wire. (and paint)

This afternoon my brothers and I recorded our music. It was the best we have done yet!
Listen at



Anonymous said...

Hi Peter

Good job on that combined effort
showing all those things that living on a farm entails.

You guys can sure figure out how to build things with little or nothing more than what ever is laying around

All that enginuity will come in handy all throug life.

We are so proud of you guys.

Tell Jonathan we did listen to the music and it was great. That just saved me from having to write replying to JJs email.

The bass really adds to the beat.

Andrew does a great job on the mandolin, I love the way he picks.

Hope you get those snowmobiles going.

How much snow did you get the other day?

Thanks for the blog

Gp B

Aunt Linda said...

Great music- professional sounding to my ears. Thanks for puting it on your blog site.
Aunt Linda

mountainfirekeeper said...

Hi Peter!

Applause!!!--standing up first.

No, not for your music, I haven't listened to it yet. I'm applauding you guys for your creative and imaginative sculptures!!! They are great!

Hope you all are enjoying the fall---errrrrrrrrr---winter!

Marci said...

There are some very creative minds in your house. You guys did a great job. I will get over and listen to your music!!

Cheryl from WA state said...

Great blog! I liked it so well I had to go back and read from the beginning. My son is 10 yrs old and we are homeschoolers that are just trying to get more into country living. It is helpful to us, to read blogs like yours, and learn how others do things. We will be getting some chickens and hopefully a couple of pigs this spring.

I really liked the tree house! Very clever using the old bike frame to weigh down the pulley and keep it upright! I really like your wooden sculptures, and the new barn, too.

Your music is sounding really good. If you all ever record a CD, I would definitely like one. :)