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Sean Sheehan
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Sean Sheehan replied to Maurice Nyman's discussion What book are you reading?
"A book you might like, "Culture of Complaint, The Fraying of America", by Robert Hughes.  An Irish Australian/American. Written in '92 offer very interesting and relevant contrast with today."
Mar 23, 2013
Sean Sheehan replied to Maurice Nyman's discussion What book are you reading?
"Like your blog, brought back some memmories. Spent 1968 at Ft. Ord, and have walked about every where you could walk there, also spent some time at Ft. Hunter-Ligget on the old Hearst Ranch.  Spent a lot of time in the Sierras as a youth, back…"
Mar 9, 2013
Sean Sheehan replied to Maurice Nyman's discussion What book are you reading?
"In doing some reading found I needed to Correct the origin of the "Doors" referance, Morrison is said to have taken it from William Blake, maybe Huxeley found it there too.  Currently reading "The Comming of Cuchulain" by…"
Mar 9, 2013
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Jan 23, 2013
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Jan 9, 2013
Sean Sheehan replied to Maurice Nyman's discussion What book are you reading?
"Maurice August of 1965, Marty Balin and Jorma Kaukonen, and Paul Kanttner gave them a folky background.  Kaukonen is still popular making folk rock here. I have found that I have actually heard more of the groups in the book than I initially…"
Jan 9, 2013
Sean Sheehan replied to Maurice Nyman's discussion What book are you reading?
"Jefferson Airplane predates "Revolver", I grew up in California and it had something of its own scene.  Currently reading "Built for Speed, a year in the life of Pronghorn" by John Byers. A really excellent  natural…"
Jan 8, 2013

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CODY, WYOMING
About Me:
Naturalist/wildlife Biologist/tour guide/environmental activist/horseman/knife maker
Website (If any):
http://www.naturetourswyoming.com
Favorite Music:
Kila, Dervish, Dalores Keane, Dougie McClean, Bohinta
Currently Reading? (Books Magazines etc)
Traces of an Omnivore, Paul Shepard

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At 10:14 on October 22, 2012, Bernard Reynolds said…

Hi Sean ,

I would like to see more pictures and prices of your knifes.I carry a Swiss Army multi-tool and a Leatherman folding, lockable pocket knife but I find the Leatherman does not keep it`s edge very well. All I need is a good knife with about 2" to 3"blade.It could be folding, lockable, or fixed blade.

Love your photos of Wyoming.You have a wonderful lifestyle by the looks of things.

Was always a bit of a cowboy myself! Loved "The High Chaperal"as a youngster.

All the best,

Bernard. 

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At 16:48 on December 30, 2009, Sean Sheehan said…
Hi Pitti

Listened to your groups Youtube recordings. The Feddigans have a very nice sound. I was especially impressed with how together your band sounds, you must have been playing together for a long time?

I used to own a nutrition store, and try to pay a lot of attention to what enters my body. I am 65 I still get around in the mountains on horse and foot as much as I ever have just some what slower than 20 years ago. I plan to keep doing what it is I Iike until I keel over. My idol in that regard was a cowboy named Tom Blasingame who at the age of 92 was riding fence, got off to check some downed wire, and keeled over dead. I have only gotten to Ireland once, and toured Megatlithic sites from Clare to Meath. I very much enjoy archeology as a hobby. I have ancestors from Rosscommon, Galway, Kilkenny, Tipperary, and Cork, so I have plans for returning. There is some interesting information about where I live on my website www.naturetourswyoming.com. You might find the native American petroglyphs especially interestintg.

Have a happy newyear: Sean
At 11:08 on December 25, 2009, Pitti said…
Hello Sean,

thanks for your comment. I had a bright Holy Night with my family. Good to know that other people take care about what they are eating and respect animals. Although the duck that was cooked by my wife was excellent.

I wish you a good Christmas Time and a good new year. I`m 51 and I got to work as a family doctor for some years. But I like it, I often use biological medicine. If you like visit our webside www.the-feddigans.de. It is the page of our Irish Folk band. I am the guitarist. You can hear some tunes on youtube. Take care! Pitti from Germany
At 18:49 on December 22, 2009, Pitti said…
Hello Sean,

I read your comments on the hunters group. I am from Germany and I am also a hunter. I love and respect nature and the primary cause to go hunting is to get some food. I try to avoid to eat "industrial meat" of animals which had never seen the sun or sky. I also love the Celts. In our region in the south of cologne (60 miles away from Cologne) we have a lot of archaeological refunds of the Celts. Some days ago I passed a grave of an celtic duke in form of a little hill. We can learn a lot from the old folks.
Greetings from old Germany. Pitti
At 16:53 on December 8, 2008, Barbarosa said…
Hey Sean,

Used to live in Greybull and wish I still did. Hope things are good in the Big Horn Basin.
 
 
 

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