Home Guitar Video Lessons Guitar Videos Music Blog Forums Running Download Store Contact Search Donate Advertise
January 30, 2008

Very nasty weather!

Boy, the weather here in Alberta is far from hot... yesterday morning, the car would not start. I checked the temperature once I got to work. Minus 43 degrees Celsius! With the wind chill, it was minus 50 Celsius (-58 Fahrenheit). I think this the is the coldest day I've ever experienced in my life. I'm not exactly laughing either.

When I did my military training back in Sweden at the age of 18, we were out in the bush when the temperature reached minus 40 Celsius. I remember that clearly, it was so cold and all was quiet. Same thing here yesterday morning, the world just stops when it's this cold. Dead silent (except for me cussing about that car that wouldn't start...).

It was hard to not notice the comments from my friends on thefret.net; these guys who live in the south. They were of course quick to point out how nice and warm it was there. Walking in shorts to pick up the mail, yadda, yadda. Just wait until July, when it gets really warm and balmy down south...

Oh well, warmer days will come here too!

I've been working on some new scales videos, some really fundamental lessons about scales and what they are. This chilly weather has kind of frozen my inspiration away and of course, I got a nasty cold on the weekend.

I plan on doing some videos with some theory basics - hopefully well explained - I am working on making my videos better. I am thinking this should be useful to players who never learned these things or beginners who want to learn some basic theoretical concepts.

Waiting for warmer weather and new toys!

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com


Posted by Robert Renman on January 30, 2008

All contents © Copyright 2001 - 2024 Robert Renman