More Home-Brewed HAH Shows

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted here. After we got back from our southern trip, I settled down to recording ‘Home-Brewed’ HAH hours for our current two-hour shows, amidst various family activities, so not much to report. I’m told they don’t sound too bad for a makeshift home studio. Debating now whether to upgrade equipment. Let me know what you think.

This past week we drove up to Lake Winnipesaukee where we mooch-docked our Escape 21 trailer at friend Sheila A’s house on Winter Harbor, and played tourist. Investigated the Clark House Museum and the Libby Museum of Natural History in Wolfeboro, and drove around the lake to Weir’s Beach to catch one of the twice-daily Mail-Boat cruises, this one on the Sophie C.:

The Mail Boat Sophie C. Reserve HERE.

No more trips planned until Labor Day weekend, to the Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival, and then up to Acadia National Park for a few more days of playing tourist.

Hope you’re enjoying the current series of shows, “Home-Brewed for your tasty listening pleasure.” /CL

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4 Responses to More Home-Brewed HAH Shows

  1. Ken says:

    Sounding good down here in Memphis… enjoy the rest of your summer!

  2. Bill Nowlin says:

    Today’s show sounded fine to me!

  3. Cindy says:

    Thanks for update Cousin Lynn! So glad you have been able to enjoy some time away with family. Lake Winnipesaukee is so beautiful this time of year. I love it there! The Program is sounding great! Thanks again for keeping HAH going all these years, especially during this difficult times!

  4. Byron Marshall says:

    very good!



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