Hi Ole ... yes, erin asked me if i met you too. Now we can say "yes" to her.
Keine Angst mein englischist auch nicht das Beste. Schön Dich mal zu treffen. Hab gehört Du sitzt nicht weit weg von mir ... in Dresden?
Ole.You are 100% correct in the name Yedaki.The Aboriginal people in the far North of the State of Queensland use this name although i`m not sure of their tribal name..
I live in the South East of Queensland,about 1600km from
All the best. Alan.
Hello,Ole.I haven`t been to Eumundi,the little town nearby,where the Aboriginal shop is located since we last talked.I`m going there in a day or so & will ask when I`m there.
Incidentally,Eumundi is where we have a succession of Irish musicians playing.Lunasa/Sharon Shannon & others!!
I`m a bit embarrassed to say that I`m not sure if Yedaki is the ancient name for thr didge. There is a shop nearby which sells various aboriginal products & is run by Aboriginal people.I`ll enquire there next week. Cheers.
Hello Ole.It was nice talking with you this morning(Here!)
I`m interested to see that you like the Didgeridoo.I guess you know it is an Australian Aboriginal musical instrument which is very ancient.I like it too!
Looking forward to seeing you soon