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Landscape of Guitar Tour 2018 September 29, 2018

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Food & Drink, Music & Dance.
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Our friends, Julie & Bruce, went on tour in China this summer, using Bruce’s artwork as a backdrop on stage.

While there, they filmed bits and pieces of their fascinating adventure:

Speaking of adventure, they were a tad more adventurous about trying the local food than BFF & I would have been.  Cow, Duck, Chicken, and Bullfrog are not a part of our vegetarian vocabulary or dining preferences.

But, judging from the video of several meals, we wouldn’t have starved to death ~> we would have enjoyed cabbage, corn, curried cauliflower, and tofu bags (16:37).  We also like the looks of the rice cakes, the rainbow cake (30:00), and (just for Kate!) the Starbucks logo.

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Jill Weatherholt - September 29, 2018

You have talented friends, Nancy. I enjoyed this. It was like watching one of the late Anthony Bourdain’s show. Thanks for sharing!

nrhatch - September 29, 2018

They are incredibly talented. And nice. And fun. And adventurous! We get to see them a few times a year when they “winter” in Florida and play on the island. It’s always a treat.

They did a terrific job documenting (and editing) their first trip to China. They are scheduled for a longer tour in China in 2019.

2. L. Marie - September 29, 2018

Wow! I saw on their itinerary that Suzhou was one of their stops. I’ve been there! A beautiful place for gardens. How wonderful that your friends could tour China!

nrhatch - September 29, 2018

How cool for you ~ did you spend much time in China?

They enjoyed the trip and look forward to a longer visit next summer ~> an exciting chapter in their musical career!

3. Debra - September 30, 2018

Your friends are really cute exceptional in my book! I admire those with abundant enthusiasm and willingness to explore food and cultures that aren’t familiar. I’m glad there are people in the world like them to balance out my lack of such enthusiasm. 🙂 They make excellent world ambassadors, and we need more people like them!

nrhatch - September 30, 2018

Agreed! I’m with you, Debra. I prefer to stick closer to home. 😀


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