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Spring migration  

Heading back to the park after an awesome journey to visit friends and family, an amazing course in a healing modality called Zero Balancing  (www.zerobalancing.com), and a really nice recording sojourn in Austin Texas with David Lauterstein. We will have a new CD out at some point - this one is geared especially toward massage therapists. The idea is for it to be very soothing. If you have enjoyed my layered cello improvisations in Yellowstone, then you will probably like this CD, whether or not you are using it for massage therapy music. 

So who will I get to see in Yellowstone this summer?? Show hands!   I will be starting the new season with the opening of the Old Faithful Inn this friday, May 4th. Can't believe the opening of my 19th season is coming up so quickly!!!  I look forward to seeing you!  Much love. 

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  1. Tarbolton Lodge

... And another request for transporter beams.... 

I believe posting  from a little over half way on my journey from CT back to the park in December is becoming an annual tradition.  Last year I was hemming and hawing about needing a bigger car. This year I have one. Yay!!! Still would be easier to just beam over, however...  December is always an interesting month to drive across country -- the weather being so completely unpredictable. I believe last year I found North Dakota to have a slight hint of winter --- it may have been just below freezing and a sliver of snow on the ground. This year I drove through  blizzardish white out conditions with wind chills well below zero. Glad I didn't opt to camp and it sure will be nice to get to my favorite hot springs in a couple of days! Happy Winter to you! May Yellowstone get lots and lots and lots and lots of SNOW!!!!