Rick, but I might be a bit biased after all these years together. "-)
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Rick's Martin, of course. =)
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Let me introduce myself. I have been married for 26 years to Rick Williams, the author of Bluegrass Guitar Jam Tunes and Bluegrass Mandolin Jam Tunes. And when I'm not out on a horse, together we operate Running Dogs Publishing LLC and http://www.bluegrassbooksonline.com. Where we provide free samples of tab and Mp3's from Rick's books, plus free video lessons. Hope you will stop by for a visit, look forward to chatting with you.
Leather , lets see, anything from visors to saddles. Even though I enjoyed he ride while it lasted saddle days are over. Not enough time to continue that game. Now, it's whatever people like and I make a pattern (if time permits) and so forth. Been doing it as a hobby since I was 'bout 12 years young. Take care read ya' soon I hope.
Greetings, Carrie I'm sorry sweetie I sold all my saddle making equipment. It was a bit much for me now so... I still do some special order stuff, but not for saddles any longer. When the market changed and new saddle makers graduated from schools I gave it up. I had my fun in the sun for several years, so now I just doodle with it and play my box at some local state functions and that's about it. If I ever get younger or start again you'll be the first to know, promise
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