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» Oldie But A Goodie; Fluting At Salamonie 2015, I Think

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I have no idea why I never put this video up for viewing, but here it is. I'm at the top of the Rocky Gorge area in Salamonie State Forest. If you watch
closely, you can see where I lost my footing temporarily but never lost a beat tongue.gif :

https://youtu.be/XDAN5JRgJLs

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OH, what a gorgeous place. smile.gif Like a rain forest. So beautiful! And your song seemed to be a perfect accent for the birds and other wildlife there - bright and cheerful. Had you not mentioned your lost footing, I would have scarcely noticed. Thanks for sharing!


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I have no idea why I never put this video up for viewing, but here it is. I'm at the top of the Rocky Gorge area in Salamonie State Forest. If you watch
closely, you can see where I lost my footing temporarily but never lost a beat tongue.gif :

https://youtu.be/XDAN5JRgJLs

Ginger



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