About the AuthorThe founding member of TCM, Scott is a guitarist, composer, educator, hiker, and now (!) a blogger. He believes that nature has a profound influence over us, and hopes that his work will point people in the direction of the natural world that is all around us. You can email him at email@example.com. Just take out the hyphens so I know you're a human (trying to avoid s-p-a-m in my inbox!!).
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Monthly Archives: December 2012
How Good is Your Resolution?
Let’s start the new year with a wish and a purpose. The wish: Happy New Year!!! The purpose: What are you going to do with it? My son tells me that the gym will be crowded with people every day–for … Continue reading
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Jigsaw puzzles are under-rated. After all, what’s fun about dumping out a box of cardboard bits, then spending hours turning them upright, sorting them by color and texture, and trying one pair after another in search of a match? It … Continue reading
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Rockin’ Out for the Holidays
The Inukshuk, stone faced sentinel of the arctic circle. The Inuit and other northern tribes used it to do the job of a man–to mark out trails or determine boundaries. If they ever learn to drive, modern man is in … Continue reading
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Once again, you can see me at Urban Beans on Saturday morning from 8:30 to 10:30. I’ll be away the week after, so if you feel the need for good coffee, good conversation, and music as nature intended it, join … Continue reading
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Pie is for Piper
Young children are attracted to music like steel to a magnet. I have never seen a child that wasn’t, and I have been playing music for many years. When they come into a place that has live music, they can’t … Continue reading
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Nature Nurtures What??
When I say that Nature Nurtures Naturally, I am reminding you of our roots. We are a product of this world. We’re made of the same stuff, and we are connected to it in ways that have yet to be … Continue reading
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What is Nature?
As a thought experiment, let’s say that Nature is everything that is left when humans are taken out of the equation. If that were the case, there is a lot left to describe, and it’s not all pretty. In fact, … Continue reading
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O the Urbanity!
Someday, I hope that my music will be able to reach everyone throughout the world–I am a guitar player after all–and since turning up the volume obviously isn’t going to work, you’ll have to come see me at Urban Beans … Continue reading
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Sedona After Dark
There is nothing quite like an evening walk in Sedona in the winter. When the sun sets, a chill quickly captures the thin air, reminding you to dress in layers and keep moving. Though you are securely nestled among the … Continue reading
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It’s Almost Winter . . .
. . . And a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of Polar Bears. There is a place where you can go to see them in the wild–Churchill, Manitoba. There are only two ways to get there, train and airplane, … Continue reading
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