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March 27, 2011


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Doug Zielke

Good to hear Phil is podcasting "Birdflight".
I'll load a few episodes into my player and go for a l-o-n-g walk!

paul wood

the album cover may be even more oddball than the music although I doubt it. my wife says she wishes everyone would still dress as tastefully and stylishly on the hill as these two. anybody seen the snowboarders' wardrobe lately? makes one want to give up skiing.

Jery Rowan

Nothing really oddball about the album cover, Marc -- other than it's on a record album. Just one of those magic winter moments when there's no breeze and the sun bakes the valley.

But hooking up your skis and poles to make an incline board that doesn't collapse on you, now THAT'S the trick.

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