Are you passing your love for the banjo down to the next generation? I believe it to be one of the joys of the mountain tradition. It is part of your legacy as a musician.
Nice work, making friends, here.
I jokingly required all of my kids to know the names of two banjo players (Earl and Bela) and to this day they can. My oldest would confuse friends at her elite northeastern university by studying to the high lonesome sounds of Del. What began as a joke turned into genuine appreciation for her. My other two, not so much, though they can all sing along to the chorus of Polka on a Banjo or Nothin' Special. I choose to believe they can still learn to enjoy it.
'c, d7, open' 1 hr
'Leaving the Bunker' 3 hrs
'Old Washburn E 329' 3 hrs
'Ten Broeck & Mollie' 3 hrs