Hi Fellow Strummers and Blog Followers,
This is a note to let you know that Alison and I will be moving to the Easthampton Lathrop Community sometime in the next few months.
That’s only a couple of miles away from our present home in Northampton, but it still means means that we are both going to be busy, busy, busy preparing our Ice Pond Drive house for sale, sorting and packing stuff, and preparing to settle into our new home — a lot of work even if it’s only five minutes away and a lot of ukuleles to move!
Needless to say, this is going to be a big job and is going to occupy a lot of our mental and physical energy until we get settled into our new digs. For that reason, I will be putting my weekly “Ukulele Musings” blog on hold until after we make our transition. Who knows when, but I’m hoping to be back on line sometime this Spring. We’ll see!
You can still access nearly all of my weekly blog postings for the past three or four years by going to nohobanjoandukulele.blog and scrolling down the list—something to do in your spare time! And, I will certainly let all of you know when I begin to post again.
Needless to say, once this pandemic has passed and we can again get together on Saturday mornings, I will be joining with you with banjo uke in hand!
Until then, I have to figure out where to show off my banjo and ukulele collections in a new environment. Looking forward!
So, stay safe, stay sequestered, stay masked, and STAY TUNED! And, of course, “We’ll Meet Again.” Click or tap on the next image for this old musical chestnut. No ukulele here, but something “looking forward!”
Nohobanjo of Northampton, Massachusetts
Soon to be: Nohobanjo of Easthampton, Massachusetts — Still in “The Hamptons,” so to speak . . .