So this summer I have been doing lots of virtual clinics and workshops . Most of what I do have been virtual Natural horsemanship clinics with the Parelli's. It's been a great opportunity to study with Linda and now next month Pat Parelli. I have been working with a challenging horse and have learned lots from them. Mister Tucker is the master of no but he is getting more relaxed and willing.
Bill Evans has done a number of interesting workshops and I have so much material to work with I'll never run out! yesterday was another workshop. Bill really addressed study habits and learning ideas. I think I needed to hear all this as I have been floundering for a bit with the learning. I learn tunes from tab and he gave me good reasons to get away from the tab and learn the tunes before I look at the tab. So last night I listened to a tune over and over that I have been memorizing. I had a better time with it last night and it is sounding better.
I have never had the opportunity to jam with others so I bought Dr Banjo's Jam session DVD's starting with the first one and working up to the faster one. I am really enjoying playing with them. :)2 comments
Judith511 has 7 friends.
JanetB commented on a blog entry 'ON "STOLEN LOVE" - THE RED CLAY RAMBLERS 1975 LP' 5 days
Frisco Fred replied to topic 'From Tom Selleck to the United States Space Force' 5 days
Playing Since: 2016
Experience Level: Intermediate
Judith511 has made 4 recent additions to Banjo Hangout
Occupation: retired city bus driver, now drives school bus, natural horsemanship coach and horse trainer.
Guitar, Banjo, a bit of mandolin.
Leonard Cohen, TheOsborne Brothers, Molly Tuttle, Doc Watson
Classified Rating: not rated
Rate this Member
Visible to: Public
Last Visit 10/21/2020
Played guitar as a teenager but didn't play for a number of years. Started playing banjo in 2016 and am now addicted. I also am playing guitar again. I take lessons via Peghead Nation.
'CHAINSAW EXPERTS' 2 hrs
'Keeping Nickel Shiny' 2 hrs