I was interested, but it would save peoples time if you mention that you
are referring to course having tuition which is in south-west France. I
was thinking of getting the somewhat pricey book on violin building by
Courtnall and Johnson and the price of a trip to France makes it look
cheap! How do you know Ms. Alexandra Apenberg? Maybe she could publish
a video for the Internet?
You're perfectly right. As an excuse I must say that I don't know the
location of the people on this forum.
I know the book you're mentionning but not its content. All the
interest of a one to one tuition is to listen, see and being
supervised. I don't know where you're from Bill, but book + Wood +
tools can all together become as expensive as a lovely trip + course
where everything is provided.
Anyway I understand your point. You can always ask us questions (we're
wife & husband) and we'll answer with pleasure.
Yes - there was about an inch accumulated on the balcony railing when I
looked out. I was glad to see it end because the trees here haven't
dropped their leaves yet. It was all melted by noon and the streets were
dry by mid-afternoon.
Usually this area doesn't see enough snow to measure until around
Try http://www.bing.com/maps with your long & lat. The bird's eye
view is spectacular. A GPS and internet maps are the "Ted Bundy" find
'em kit. Don't get anyone excited till the message thread cycles off
usenet. <big evil grin> Woops, Google is fixing the archive and it
will be around forever. At least the woodowrking groups are a lot more
civil than the gun control, animal rights, or other alt.talk groups.
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