Summer Harvest

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The fruits of our labor.

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Come help the Bitter Liberals celebrate the new CD!

Did You Know?

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Bassett Hounds are sad that they are not descendants of wolverine hunters who are sad they have no wolverines to hunt.Here is Sophie, sad that Odin is not a wolverine, and she not a descendent of a wolverine hunter digging for …

I want to want a wolverine.

I want to want a wolverine.

 

Farm People go to NYC.

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We see:

Amazing Views!

Amazing Views!

The Statue of Liberty from a boat!

Terrific Humor!

Terrific Humor!

But what is the most amazing thing??

This fella, up with us at 1,227 feet!

This fella, up with us at 1,227 feet!

From a bees' eye view

From a bees’ eye view

Liam Finn at Le Poisson Rouge NYC

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Liam Finn has plenty of charisma and talent to share. Great show in NY at LPR.

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Liam Finn merch

Liam Finn merch

VIPs at LPR in NYC

VIPs at LPR in NYC

FWIW, opening acts were August Wells and Laura Stephenson. Laura is very talented. She really only needs work on controlling the room. August Wells has a French horn.

August Wells has a French horn

August Wells has a French horn

Laura Stephenson at LPR in NYC

Laura Stephenson at LPR in NYC

Electric Triangle

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In a new summer solstice twist, we put together an impromptu electric band. Gina Faber suggested we call ourselves “Electric Triangle,” which we did. We came up with set lists at 3:30pm the day of the party! Woo hoo.

Here is our rendition of Donnovan’s “Season of the Witch”

Electric Triangle ingredients include:
100% Where’s Aubrey
75% The Bitter Liberals
100% All Natural Fibers
100% Joehammed and the Acoustic Martyrs
Red dye number 5
Rum

We prevailed upon Allen Kitselman to play the Ghengis Angus song Rooster against his will.

The world famous staff of Electric Triangle:
Rhine Singleton, guitar/vocals
Clark Hansbarger, guitar/vocals
Allen Kitselman, guitar/vocals
Gary McGraw, violin/mandolin/vocals
Gina Faber, guitar/harmony/ELECTRIC TRIANGLE
Joe Faber, keys
Nick Schrenk, drums
Mike Aaron, bass

Here we are covering Radiohead’s “High and Dry”

Thanks to Jacob West for the video!

Odin the cat. Norse god or, uh…Dark flower..?

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Bloom this.

Bloom this.

Walk Like an Egyptian

Walk Like an Egyptian

Where do solstice fires come from?

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Rocket launch?  No, solstice bonfire!

Rocket launch? No, solstice bonfire!

Solstice fires take several months to build. After a big fire like the one we had July 5th, we start piling up wood for the next solstice six months out.

Here is what the “core” of the winter fire looks like so far. At the very bottom of the pile is a stack of huge locust logs that will cook all night.

1/4 of a winter solstice fire started in July.  locust core.

1/4 of a winter solstice fire started in July. locust core.

And here is the garden. Because, well, just because.

The garden in mid-July.

The garden in mid-July.

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