Now on to the real business. It was Katie’s turn to set the song of the day rules, and this should be fun.. It seems I need to start us on what promises to be an epic journey.
On August 3, 1809, my Great^5 grandfather Enoch Males married Nancy Thomas in Bourbon County, Kentucky. They then promptly lit a shuck for Indiana. I’ve been watching a lot of the show “Justified” lately — if you’re familiar, Bourbon isn’t quite as “in the hills” as Harlan. Just the same, judging by this song I’m glad Enoch and Nancy didn’t stick around.
For old time’s sake, here’s another version to listen to while you ponder the hidden messages about the MagAO life.
2015B is upon us. I’m getting ready to leave in a couple days. My parents drove down from NM for a visit since I won’t be seeing them at any of the upcoming holidays. We hiked to the top of Blackett’s Ridge — a 1700-foot elevation gain — and it was a beautiful day:
A nice way to enjoy fall in Tucson before the summer run in LCO!
1. Every post of the day must have a song of the day.
2. If the post of the day is the first one for 2015B, the song of the day is at the poster’s discretion.
3. If the post of the day is not the first post of the day for 2015B, the song of the day for post N must be related somehow to the song from day N-1.
3.1. The connection must be clearly stated.
4. Any other covers, etc. are allowed, just be clear about which song is the official song of the day.