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Continue my traveling education of music from around the world. It began in Guatemala and then Argentina. Now - Spain (to pursue gypsy flamenco rhythms of which I tasted learning Gaucho Folklore) and India (to play tablas in my "mother-land" country).
I like to play music!!! Also, I am on a mission as well to learn spanish, and help others learn english. When the winter hits in the US, I try to find my way into Latin America.
I´ll let you describe me for yourself, since it´s really up to you ;)
But, I´m sure happy to meet you and give you the chance!
Be kind, and avoid personal philosophies.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
We have lots of space on our 10 acres in Oregon, USA, you are all welcome. As well, while traveling I love to meet couchsurfers and locals for a genuine experience.
We have had one awesome couple, "MissEllenSunday". They stomped out in our barn with banjo, a kick drum, and a wooden board.
Also, now a good friend, but far away in the land down under, Mike Brinkworth stayed for a week and we held a show at the house on the patio! Hauled the darn Hammond organ outside and rocked it!
I stayed with several people in Guatemala Capital, all great people except one who still owes me $100. And now I have surfed Rosario. Cowabunga Muchacho!
Playing/listening to music: Our Country rock n roll band:
Also, I enjoy hiking/camping; mountain and road biking; cooking; growing food; learning, teaching.
Music, Movies, and Books
Fugazi; Harmonic,Melodial, Folk Metal like early Opeth; Flying Burrito Brothers; Chacareras de Argentina; almost anything with a Hammond Organ
Life of Pi; Space Odyssey 2001 and One Flew Over the Cuckoo´s Nest; Autobiography of Malcolm X; 100 Years of Solitude;
V for Vendetta;
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Biking the Oregon and Californian Pacific coast.
Teach, Learn, Share
Give a damn, and get enough sleep.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Guatemala, India, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In