"Hello Twitchard. My brother used to live in Aberdeen S.D. He was a Lutheran minister for some churches out there. I would not call it the middle of nowhere. It is the middle of somewhere that is very far from anywhere else. LOL"
I'm a highschooler in Aberdeen, South Dakota--that is to say the middle of nowhere. Anyway, I play the mandolin and like Irish traditional music, but unfortunately that is essentially unknown around these parts. It's lucky the Internet exists, I suppose.
Umm, other things about me, I'm a Christian and I also do speech/debate, if that helps you know who I am.
Any and all traditional music of the British Isles
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During the twenty years that my brother spent at little churches in SD I came to really like that state. It is beautiful in a wild and wind swept kind of way. The skies there are wonderful and go on forever. Also the people are very nice. I felt kind of sad when he retired to Minneapolis though I am sure it is a lovely city.
Hello Twitchard. My brother used to live in Aberdeen S.D. He was a Lutheran minister for some churches out there. I would not call it the middle of nowhere. It is the middle of somewhere that is very far from anywhere else. LOL
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Enjoy your visit..! And do not hesitate to drop into the chatroom anytime..! You will meet great people in there... no doubt..!
p,s And being a mandolin player, now I know you're quite close to be a fiddle player..!!! lol So feel free and comfortable to join both groups... the *mandolinplayer* and the *just fiddling around* group...! ;-)