[Powderworks] Rob at the Perth Festival 2004
bunge91 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 11 03:00:01 MST 2003
Well, thats what you get for living in WA! :-)
Seriously though, regardless of travel constraints, and debating forever
about if you can or cant go, hearing Rob speak about Willie's and about the
process of writing the book, is a totally different experience from being at
a gig. It's the authors job in this situation to bring the book to life for
those people who are there, and maybe inspire them to buy the next one, Rob
does this brilliantly and its something that you dont want to miss. And if
you do, you really should consider going next time!.
>From: "Jeff and Jane Scott" <jscott at iinet.net.au>
>To: "Jane R" <bunge91 at hotmail.com>,<powderworks at cs.colorado.edu>
>Subject: RE: [Powderworks] Rob at the Perth Festival 2004
>Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 19:11:20 +0800
> > From: Jane R [mailto:bunge91 at hotmail.com]
> > Yeah I must admit the name of the festival is misleading, last time I
> > checked Broome wasnt a suburb of Perth!!???? But hey, its the perfect
> > opportunity to take a couple of days off, head north, take in the
> > beautiful
> > landscape and hear Rob paint a picture about touring and life
> > with the oils.
> > Plus there is heaps of time to organise the holiday!!
>A couple of days? Unless you've got a lazy grand or two lying around for
>the air fare, it's a couple of days just to get there!
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