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Thanksgiving by George Paolini. There is so much to be... 

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Thanksgiving by George Paolini.

There is so much to be thankful for, including the fact that we have been making music all year and are about to release a Christmas EP!

💯% of pre-sales will go to Camp Fire relief efforts. Go to 23rdhr.com to pre-order the EP and support fire evacuees with us.

#thanksgiving #givingback #campfire #salvationarmy…

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Many times, we thought we were on a pedestrian street. Then, out... 



Many times, we thought we were on a pedestrian street. Then, out of nowhere came a cute little car. It was hard to know where you’re allowed to drive. It seems to also change depending on the time of day! One guy walking ahead of us stubbed his foot on a rising metal rod that prevents cars from driving through. That must have hurt lol. That said, we loved walking these little streets. #oldeurope #seville #porto #lisbon #travelcouple #travelingmusician (at Seville, Spain)
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What do you look for in a guitar? . . Whenever possible, we... 

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What do you look for in a guitar?
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Whenever possible, we like to check out local guitar stores when we travel. We fell in love with this beauty at Casa da Guitarra in Porto. It’s made in Portugal by Antonío Pinto de Carvalho. It’s got a nice low action, nice tone, pretty etched design on the sound hole, thin body, and is super light! It was also very affordable. We…

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What else would a guitarist do on vacation? Here’s George trying... 

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What else would a guitarist do on vacation? Here’s George trying a handmade flamenco guitar in a luthier’s workshop in Sevilla. Andres Dominguez Guerrero started as a touring guitarist before devoting 100% of his time making custom guitars for the flamenco greats. In his unassuming workshop, he continues to work on his next project while we try his guitar. Visiting his…

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Chapel made of bones. This is the first time I ever saw a real... 



Chapel made of bones. This is the first time I ever saw a real human skull. Very creepy? Yes. The bones belong to deceased monks who used to serve this neighborhood. It used to be common practice that 10 years after burial, bones would exhumed due to shortage of burial space. If you are a monk, then the most venerable resting place would be for your bones to be used in a chapel wall like this one. 🤯.
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#faro #oldtownfaro #weirdthingshumanscomeupwith #humanskull #bonechapel #wallmadeofbones #portugal (at…

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