Text Portion updated 5:15 PM EST 3.1.08
Sunday we begin to see moderating temps with afternoon highs in the mid & upper 50’s valley warming to the upper 60’s by Monday. Rain enters the forecast again by Monday night.
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Your Nelson County Life custom area forecast including: BRP, Lovingston, Nellysford, & Amherst
*OVERNIGHT: Clear & cold. Lows valley: 22-25Â° : Mountains: 23-26Â° : Winds: NW 5-10 MPH & gusty.
Sunday: Sunny and milder.
* Highs Valley: 58-61Â°
*On the mountains: 49-52Â°
*Winds: N 5-10 MPH becoming S in the afternoon
*OVERNIGHT: Mostly clear & milder. Lows valley: 33-36Â° : Mountains: 32-35Â° : Winds: Becoming S around 5 MPH..
By next week: Monday temps are even milder in the upper 60’s to around 70Â° with rain back in the forecast by Monday night.
As promised The Red Drum Ramblers take out with Honey Babes from their CD cut in February of 2008 @ Jess & Jen’s.
Have a great Weekend everyone!
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Here’s how Jace describes the makeup of The Red Drum Ramblers in his own humorous words!
Wow! That fiddle will blast open your eyelids faster than yesterday’s coffee re-heated over an open flame, eh?!
I caught the initial Red Drum Ramblers offering this morning, and wanted to contact and update you Here’s the scoop: The Red Drum Ramblers are Jace Goodling (fiddle and vocals) and Tim Scruby (pronounced just like it’s spelled, kind of rhyming with Scooby, as in …Doo, but with an “R” thrown in) clawhammer banjo. That’s our “normal” line-up. We are both actually certifiable “Natives” to the area. Tim grew up in Waynesboro and lives just over the county line (on the Albemarle side) in Afton. I grew up in an apple orchard just on the other side of Batesville and have lived the last twenty one years in Afton. (You know the story: grew up, went to college, learned “go west, young man”, and made it seven miles to Afton….been here ever since)
For this recording, we were fortunate enough to have our good friend and excellent musician, Jesse Fiske, accompanying us on guitar and harmonica. Jesse is one of the original members of the band, “The Hackensaw Boys” from Charlottesville, currently touring all around the western part of the United States. Jesse did the recording for us at his house (thus the note, “Jess and Jen’s” on the CD,,,, his girlfriend, Jen Fleish, plays acoustic dog house bass for “Jim Waive and The Young Divorcees”). We’ve actually never recorded an official CD, as in a commercial venture worthy of commerce and trade, so you have the “original”…..and as I mentioned, they’re all “one takes”: something that Monkeyclaus folks probably shudder to think about. HA! But even if there is some demented soul out there that would want to hear more of our music, he’d have to come see us “Live”. In addition to the Nelson Farmers’ Market, we perform at Stone Soup Cafe, a neat little book store/ cafe’ on Main street in Waynesboro. We’re also available for house parties and barn dances. We play “old time” music, NOT blue grass, and we like to stay fairly loyal to the old time mountain music songs as we learned them: ragged but right.