St. Patrick’s Day March 17, 2012 Savannah Ga.

If you were in Savannah this past weekend I hope you enjoyed yourself. For those who couldn’t be there, just start planning now to be there next year. Savannah attracted visitors from all walks of life. Many of them were first time visitors to Georgia’s first city. This year marked Savannah’s 188th parade. The video below are sight and sounds of River Street at 2:00 that Saturday. I wanted to give you some idea of what the crowd was like even before the parade was over.

 


The  didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia around 1,500 years ago and still in widespread usage today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet. Some believe the didgeridoo can help sleep apnea and asthma. It is said to release tensions and negative energies trapped in the body. It promotes a deeper relaxation which in turn produces healing benefits. Here Matthew plays the didgeridoo to a welcomed customer.

Matthew

Matthew’s Introduction

Matthew plays the Didgeridoo

The Nutty Bavarian produces perfectly glazed and roasted nuts.

 

Eric Britt playing at the Hyatt Hotel St. Patrick’s Day
 


Until we meet again, may the winds of life blow towards your dreams.

David Coney – The Poet … In Savannah