The Paul Moeller Studio was built by a group of volunteers and is still part of my responsibility as the President of the Board. We just bought new equipment and one piece was excessively noisy. I went to check it out.
We settled on a fix for the noisy playback equipment, pretty boring stuff. I don’t program anymore. The one change I admired that I hadn’t seen before, was Ed Lark, our manager, put up pictures of people who have made over 100 programs. I thought that was a nice touch. Jim programmed and made 95 productions for Olympia, WA. public access studio. I worked on about 80 productions when I was active. I’m not sure of the exact numbers, but it was one of the things we had in common when the dating service paired us up on Senior People Finder.
When I visit San Andreas, I like to stop by the local Arts Council Gallery which is currently hosting their annual Student Art Show. They had some pretty nice pieces.
Student art is very affordable, and what a wonderful thing to happen to a budding artist is for someone to pay money for their work.
If you’ve never visited the gallery, it is an ever changing scene of local talent. I try to get there at least four times a year. Give it a go.
I had other errands, a leak in my power steering, a bit of shopping. It took up half the day. I received the last paper I was waiting for to finish my taxes. It was nice to get out and do something different for a change, especially with the beautiful weather we are having.