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Caernarfon Castle, Wales, UK. This historic Welsh Castle was the scene of the Investiture of the Prince of Wales fifty years ago in 1959.
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@Andrew2 It would be a rather short program of coming attractions!

Other than a black-and-white photo (lost in the mist of time) of me at the single-manual Johnson tracker organ in a church, the six-track tape (also lost) engineered by my late brother was the only record of me at a console. I had recorded music for a friend's outdoor wedding in the very early 1970s. The tape was made at the local "atmospheric" theater in our county, picked up by six microphones located around the auditorium and balcony.

The instrument was a mid-size Wurlitzer, 3-manual (and full pedal s) theater organ with a "toy board" with train engine, doorbells, klaxon auto horns, xylophone etc. for accent sounds when accompanying the original silent movies screened at the time of the theater's construction. The pipes and effects were in chambers on walls on either side of the proscenium.

The tape was played from his 1965 Chrysler Imperial in which he had installed a reel-to-reel recorder/playback unit that fired up 10 external speakers for surround sound from the bushes at the site of the ceremony.

There had been adequate use of weed before the event and half the attendees fell out of their folding chairs when the organ music whaled to life from nowhere. A good time!
The countdown has started for the surgery scheduled (assuming I pass the C-19 test) for the 14th. I have confidence in the medical team's abilities. Other than the forecast of a long-ish recovery with a slate of restrictions only two things somewhat concern age and fear of contracting of another staph infection as I had last year following shoulder surgery.

I expect to be absent from Jigidi only a few days and have already created puzzles that pretty much suffice for the month of daily posts.

I do so appreciate your kind good wishes. Would that we lived closer, I am sure we would have a grand reality friendship. Stay well and safe.


Been there in 1986, and we went to
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndobwllllantysiliogogogoch too :0)
btw: my husband studied a year in Motherwell.


Hi Jerry, I admit I wondered which organ you would be playing with and if there would be video clips for everyone to enjoy!

Actually I am so sorry to hear of your pain and discomfort - I (almost) feel your pain. That's quite a litany of painful ailments you have my friend, so I hope the medical people can get it sorted out for you and give you back the quality of life you have enjoyed in the past.

Hope everything goes well for you and you have a speedy and trouble free recovery and I look forward to hearing that you are once again back to normal, or what you consider is normal.


This photo was taken on our recent coach trip to Wales. This was a special trip by my wife and I accompanied by two other couples and we had a great time together. Our hotel was in Llandudno on the North Wales Coast and as well as the trip to Caernarfon we were taken to Snowdonia and a short rip on a narrow gauge Steam Train.

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