It's been a little while since my last post, so today I've got all sorts of stuff for you!
It's finally wintertime here in southwestern PA. Pittsburghers spent yesterday getting ready for the first big snowstorm of the year - getting all the shovels and salt and Christmas decorations ready.
I went to the Strip District to stock up on provisions. For those of you who don't know, the Strip is the
place to get good quality food in Pittsburgh. There are five or six blocks of locally owned supermarkets selling food from all over the world. My favorite place is Penn Mac.
They have the best cheese and bread in Pittsburgh...in fact - and I say this with complete authority - they have the best goat cheese outside of France.
In any event, it started snowing last night around 8, and it is still snowing a bit now.
I don't think I'll be driving anywhere for a few days. It's kind of relaxing to know that I can't go too far. I'm glad I bought two pounds of bacon in the Strip.
I have been doing some
work despite all of these adventures. I've more or less finished a little sound documentary that I will post in a few minutes, I've been writing lots of sketches for a future album, and I'm doing all sorts of secretive Christmas-present projects. As usual, check back soon for updates.