Friday, 22 October 2010

Home Thoughts from A Broad

To say the last few weeks have been hectic would be a serious understatement. And just to add insult to injury, my home broadband connection has died and I am having serious difficulties getting it re-connected. But no matter, I have flown away from all the stress and drama (for a fortnight anyway) and am writing this from my friend's computer in her beautiful home in San Francisco.

IB and I are here in this lovely city visiting my friend Deborah Oak. On Saturday we are going to see the Rubinoos' 40th Anniversary concert at The Great American Music Hall, and next week we will be fulfilling my long-cherished ambition to attend Reclaiming's annual Spiral Dance. On November 2nd we will join in La Dia de los Muertes (or Day of the Dead) festivities before flying home the next day.

Sadly although I have my trusty camera with me I forgot to bring the cable for downloading photos to the computer, but when I get home I will post plenty of them to make up for lost time. In the meantime, I hope to report back regularly on our adventures.


laoi gaul~williams /I\ said...

oh how wonderful!
san francisco is one of the places i love and have many happy memories of the times i have been there~have the most fantastic time!

Griffin said...

Coo! San Fran. I've been there long ago. Do take a walk along Cannery Row and read Steinbeck's book and Dashiell Hammett's Maltese Falcon, both of which are San Fran books.

Hope you have lots of relaxing fun too.