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Old Man And The Guitar, Young Man And The Sea

January 22nd, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments
Old Boys And Guitars

Old Boys And Guitars

Well, Brett Thompson back at the the Fur Peace Ranch sent me this shot and I thought, what an affable looking bunch of old pickers. That was a good start to the day. Later that day, I was walking to class and Vanessa caught me thus:

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What a place to be after what coninues to be a long, strange, trip. Well, the trip headed for the deep blue out of Lahaina Harbor yesterday as we boarded to Jayhawk for a day trip of deep sea fishing.

Captain Steve Shultz And Zach

Captain Steve Shultz And Zach

Captain Steve
and his sidekick Peter, walked us through every step of this grand fishing day (mixing metaphors I know) and what a trip it was.

We set out for what would be over a one hundred mile journey. First we headed out to Kaho`olawe Island… no fish but beautiful weather. Onward we motored, lines trailing. We headed around to the backside of Lanai.

Well, my son Zach, landed a 20 pound Ono… his first deep see fish and I’ll hook onto his coattails… mine too. We’re going to be eating that fish tonight… barbequed ocean side.

That’s what I’m talking about. Off to dinner…

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  1. Cyndy Consentino
    January 23rd, 2012 at 09:36 | #1

    Dear Jorma,

    Wonderful pictures! Love deep sea fishing!
    Zach looks just like you back in the day!
    Enjoy the rest of the trip and stay well:)

  2. carlo pagliano
    January 23rd, 2012 at 09:59 | #2

    Dear Jorma, You must have taught Lady Vanessa your touch working wonders, that terrific super snapshot is more than a Hitchcock’s frame altogether, indeed.
    One can breathe the Young Lion’s (Young Jorma) blue air comin’ in from that boat.
    The beautiful painting set on the cover of the Big City Rhythm & Blues zine represents a reassuring world for sure. The New Magnificent Seven Ride Their Gliding Eagles.
    Thanks Jorma for this precious opportunity. Thanks for these wonderful moments.

  3. Frank Marino
    January 23rd, 2012 at 19:49 | #3

    Jorma, I’m so happy your having a great time with your family and life. I know you surely deserve it all. We all came along way.
    your friend,
    Frank Marino NJ’s Hottunaman

  4. January 25th, 2012 at 02:06 | #4

    Aloha Jorma,

    We are SO looking forward to your show in Kona – great seaside venue. If you would be so kind as to play Genesis, I’d be much obliged. It’s “our song” – my husband, Tane, and I’ve been married 21 years, living a happy life together in Kona on our organic farm. We’ll be there with our daughters, Amber (20) and Saffron (14), to introduce them to your legendary playing.

    Cheers – and mahalo nui loa for playing Kona – we love you!!
    Maureen Datta