posted on July 14, 2006 at 2:36 am

fifteen bushells of fun @ blah blah blah
three furlongs of fury @ blah blah blah
21 moments of eternity @blah blah blah
seven and half hundredweight of wait @blah blah blah
would like to deduct all monies pertaining to pam n perry potter
due to extraordinary circumstances, mercury in retrograde etc
i hereby acknowledge the real purpose of all this is to love each other
and have good haircuts n drive a nice car
actually a good set of gulf clubs wouldnt hurt
and the gucci shoetree
and
where was i?
im waiting for a guy to interview me
but he’s either late
or confused as to what time it is here..
hopefully he wont ring at 3 am
hopefully……
the pool was very turbulent today
it smelt of fish and drowned sailors
the water slapped you round
like an angry wet mother
i got seasick just tryin’ to do my laps
in the sauna a russian dude
tryin to get the sauna nice n scalding
chucked half a gallon of eucalyptus spiked water
on the hot rocks
sending out a roiling wave of steam
which nigh on peeled off my beard, eyebrows n eyelases
such was its intensity
a moment later the steam hit my long sufferin’ lungs
like a punch in the guts
or seeing your sweetheart in the arms of a. nother
or getting yer credit card cut in 2 in kathmandu
insert own thing here
i have spring in my stride
tho my status is stricktly autumnal
i am endeavouring to remember everything
seasons of wither, fiendss
but the golden clean air of los angeles
will no doubt rejuvynate me
i’ll be young again in no time flat
i’ll be the old me before i was the olde me
i’ll turn back that clock as i prowl down hollywood blvde
callin’ out hey la
sk is back!
cmon la
we were made for each other
you need an undieground type like me
to inject some fuckin’ pizazz into yer sorry carcass
you will have access to my brain for 1 million bucks a day
(and it’ll take ya years to rummage round in there)
so book me a nice hotel now
nothing fancy
you know round the 5k a nite mark
i hope theres a chauffeur at the airport
with a big sign saying nevets yeblik
with a nice peaked cap and polished buttons
and i hope in the limo
is a bottle of champers n a cigar
n a copy of the latest billboard n financial times
n we’ll do dinner at some cuisine nouveau joint
that chuck a bean on yer plate
and dare ya to complain
and they said marty cant come in cos he hadda hole in his jeans
and you, l.a., said i own this fuckin’ restaraunt
and then we were in a car driving between melbourne n adelaide
in 1982
on the coast road
in the forest next to the sea
richard was in the back rolling away
kangaroos hoppin’ out of the darkness all the time
and it was so dark and so quiet
when we stopped
and ummagumma stopped in the cassette player
in the ford fairlane
and the prehistoric forest with all its storeys
n stories
the violent day to day life of the beasts
the unseen carnage
ants versus termites
birds versus snakes
the wind versus the soil
the night versus the day
suddenly remembered something
anyway
in the stillness of this national park forest
the last gig still ringing in my ears
having a piss in the blackness
smokin’ yet another reefer
the night silenced our chatter
which was
mainly about if such n such
was so n sos best album or not
or where we were on some chart
and how bloody rude it was that we werent higher up
than that
and which op shops we were gonna hit
on the way to adder laid
in the springtime of life
sweet burred of yoof
paisley shirts?
i hadda mountain of em
who was digging all this?
someone out there i guess
theyll all come out of the wouldwork
when its time for them to come on the stage of my life
the forest drips in the night
its air is cool n sweet
i love forests fiends
i love forests
sk

57 Responses to “tax invoice”

  1. avatar
    steve kilbey | 14 July 2006 at 3:37 am #

    i love forests

  2. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 3:41 am #

    You made enough video clips in forests SK – musta spent a large part of 1982 in em.
    Ploogie and Ummagumma makes me think of Syd. 2 crazy diamonds.
    yfleb

  3. avatar
    between planets | 14 July 2006 at 4:12 am #

    Thanks for the memorys

    Know wha’cha mean

    I grew down in the mountains
    (born so high there w’zknow where to go but down)
    ’twas round the volcano up the gorge in blue hills of th nor’eastern outer reaches of most western bohemia
    surounded by forests
    t’twas near impossible to see ’em at the time for all the trees

    I gotta go visit sometime soon

    Excuse me….
    I know this aint supposed to be about me
    I just wanna comment so’s you know I’m hear anda luvin it

    B.P.

  4. avatar
    salim nourallah | 14 July 2006 at 4:20 am #

    i liked this one a lot

  5. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 14 July 2006 at 4:35 am #

    Nevets yeblik, the first to comment today!

  6. avatar
    Galamor the wizard | 14 July 2006 at 4:38 am #

    Have you still got those paisley shirts? I’ve kept my one favourite that I bought for my 21st birthday – purple with turquiose and Sgt Pepper red paisleys strewn across it! I usually drag it out if the cruchh tour. What about the winklepickers too?!?! Black suede of course! And with all this mention of things psychedelic, you haven’t mentioned Syd Barrett which has surprised me as I thought today would see a eulogy or an elegy or maybe both.

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 4:41 am #

    I love the forest too. Id rather like it cold than hot, where I am at now in texas. Its really hot. Maybe I miss the heat in the wintertime, just a little. But back to the subject. forrests are teeming with life of every form, and to feel that and the cold dampness or dryness… depending on where you are, and to see the stars, cause you cant hardly see them in the city anymore, and to know that there really isnt anyone else around. I think somewhere better than that is the fine line between reality and magic. Not a moment in time for me now, but in the future i wish.

  8. avatar
    Cameras 4 Eyes | 14 July 2006 at 5:15 am #

    the temptation to hang around lax with nevets yeblik sign falls to a in the woods.
    Which reminds me; A young deer ran across the suburban road many were travelling to work. All the cars stopped whilst adolescent Bambi sprinted about abit confused. Eventually decided on north. After a moment the cars continued on their important ways.

    Thought of you, Steve. You make me cherish moments.

  9. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 14 July 2006 at 5:42 am #

    Steven,
    How beautiful.
    You make me long for things
    unseen, unlived…undone.
    I told you my most beloved lead singer
    and bassist and poet and artiste and
    dreamer and lover of all life…
    I will come to the airport for you
    if customs gives you grief –
    alas though, I have no limo. 🙁

    L.A is not that bad actually…
    it’s worse. Hahaha.
    But for a moment or two
    it will be transformed into
    the bees knees
    a lover’s paradise
    the garden of eden
    the icing on the cake
    a primeval forest
    a true city of angels
    when you arrive
    and cast your magical, mystical
    musical spells upon us.
    d.
    xxoo

  10. avatar
    Tony Pucci | 14 July 2006 at 5:43 am #

    i adore forests too
    right about the time
    you were taking your
    springtime
    nighttime
    whiz in the forest
    such a song by mr. smith
    was throbbing in my brain
    the usa was not yet
    considered conquered
    by the hcruhc
    but now you’re a different man
    and the same old sun
    loveya man
    good luck on the tour
    i regret i’ll miss seeing you
    but i’ve bugged you enough
    these past two years
    you don’t need
    puccifish in person
    chirping on about the same ol’…
    patience
    dawn is ar riving soon enough
    for all of us
    go killa!!!

  11. avatar
    mattdavison | 14 July 2006 at 5:56 am #

    Asked Malcolm Maclaren if he had heard of ya today at the Influentials..Sir Bobby Geldof was there too and some other fucers from da ad world…Malky said…… “Kilbey… ‘did you say??” The Church”…??? Oh yeh! Mmmm like the Waterboys!!! yeh Kilbey from England isn’t he??
    What are they up too now? Oh just released a new album I said. next discussion (wasn’t gonna do my big Crunchh lark…………
    Strange day, Geldof was cool.
    Kops… Is as tall as a tree. ya didn’t find him in one did ya.
    Matt

  12. avatar
    warner | 14 July 2006 at 6:41 am #

    Kilbey is the first comment on his own blog. Alarming and sad.

    Look, come here as quick as you can. LA is fine, a bit soulless, and SF is still alright, a bit yuppified. But really, the US needs a church injection about now, what w/ WW3 pending and GWB (asshole!) saying it’s ok to invade whoever. Save us SK! Take us away for just a moment so we can get some perspective. Please!

  13. avatar
    sockfacepuppetmunch | 14 July 2006 at 7:36 am #

    Hmmmm. I worship you sk.
    Thankyou…………………………………

  14. avatar
    The Other One | 14 July 2006 at 7:47 am #

    The wizard spoke of eulogy and I remembered a beloved (not the 90’s acid-will-be-easier one) song: “Eulogy to Lenny Bruce” from the Chelsea Girl album by Nico.
    “I’ve lost a friend
    And I don’t know why
    But never again
    Will we get together to die”.
    These interestellar friends stay longer than they should…with us.

    Then there’s Paisley. Somewhere in this Ummagumma tale of umma night in the forest (find the girl when you can) there’s the feedback and overdrive surrended like buzzing be’s in love with anotherversetohummingbirds to Barrett. I sense some words are too big to be said, even written. You wouldn’t be able to register the night scent of a sent dream.
    But there’s this mythical Australia of haunted by Can-gurus highways I’ve been writing about for years and years. Noises coming from the backseat, abrupt thoughts of conquest and Venus watching over…the long distance voyagers reaching for success and noble accommodations. [Believing the thrill. Does it make things sweeter or harder?]
    This arid land, this unstoppable bushfire, these Already Yesterday towns, this smell of pan-cake lingering in Echo’s (h)air. This is a strong impression I have in me since my adolescence. Something predicted, something locked.

    ********************

    Then there was this paisley shirt, almost violetone I got from my father in 1993. It was hillge for me but I liked it. Wasn’t aware of Heyday at that time (easy oxydental assumption), just waiting for Starfish. Pandora’s box was meant to be opened just one month ahead. And the months were running races for a freneticlicious prize. Again, I wasn’t aware. 5am nights were even more mysterious. After the cornucopia was revealed every time I wore that fucking shirt… there was a Church CD or some solo jewel arriving at the corner. Calls from music stores as if from detectives. “We knew you were wearing the paisley thing… Goldfish LD is just here”. It was Easter. And Wester. Then, Earthed in Canadian transparent vinyl. “What is this? A solo record??????????”. And many many cases that easily become boring if I list.

    ********************

    A late night drive to a cold town at the peak of hopelessness, 2003. The yellow moon hovering over the radio looney tunes… “Ashes to Ashes” played. Some DJ was willing to ruin it for someone out there but not for me. Thanks, I was saved. The sign read something like “beware of animals crossing”. Praying for some creature to appear in the blinding vapor forcing me to see my theory materialised: forests don’t like roads. They are being crossed, they are being invaded. Mechanical vultures affecting the forest’s harmony which dwells in its principal mystery. I was the invader. I was daring to disrespect the quiet creatures of that doomed forest.
    From the tallest tree the sign read “beware of humans crossing the bridge”.

    To a chorus:
    “Jay Jay Muktänanda
    Muktänanda Jay Jay
    Ganeshpuri Niväsi
    Jagadguru Muktänanda”.

  15. avatar
    sue cee | 14 July 2006 at 7:51 am #

    i love forests too 🙂

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 8:26 am #

    Strictly non secateur ,
    Luv the ‘art imitating…’ painting . Hope prints available soon

  17. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 8:58 am #

    SK,

    Foresta are so inviting. I defy anyone to pass the edge of a forest without thinking ” I wanna go in there”. They bring out the explorer in all of us

    Padders

  18. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 14 July 2006 at 9:02 am #

    If you love forests check out Forests Forever. It’s beautifully done and well worth a look.

  19. avatar
    juniper | 14 July 2006 at 9:13 am #

    Trees and Paisley; both faboo ~~ oh, and little elves, too!!

  20. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 14 July 2006 at 10:05 am #

    What an incredibly sad fact that we have lost over 94 million hectares of forest in the last decade alone.

  21. avatar
    calling down baal and zeusi | 14 July 2006 at 10:29 am #

    eyes like the moon ,.a mind like a razor..lord leave me high on this beggin tree,..something in the warmth of her hair ,.somewhere in the forest im dancin fred astaire in my life,.i see red lights glowin so green ,,.i see the leaves because of the breeze ,..all alone and blowin so fine ,where ya go i go everytime ,..round the trees on elephants golden grass and circus tents in my life…..
    ive made omlettes for isabella rossilini,..delivered coffee to mickey rourke and steve buscemi kissed perry on es cheek as he was comin down the mountain in es cracked leather one piece, (complicated fragility there)all these brushes and power lushes just greasin the monkey,..its only droppin names,..a silver evening shot in the arm of own ego,..were all would be would workers at some point,….what would you like in yer tofu omlette ?…..

  22. avatar
    captainmission | 14 July 2006 at 10:33 am #

    Yeah okay i like forests to but why do australians call it the bush? what an understatement. before i got to these lovely shores i though the bush was, well, a bush, but it’s not, it’s forest.
    i must admit i am not a big fan of paisly, it’s nice in a salad i guess but i wouldn’t wanna wear it 🙂

  23. avatar
    Tadashi Inamoto | 14 July 2006 at 10:37 am #

    The forest is the source of the chimpanzee’s DNA which now reaches into outer space; it is the starting point and the destination of all things.

  24. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 14 July 2006 at 10:47 am #

    warner said…

    Kilbey is the first comment on his own blog. Alarming and sad.

    Not sad at all! I thought it was really funny. Kilbey just having a joke on those that make a big point of trying to get the first comment for the day no doubt.

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 11:04 am #

    too many forests are never enough!

  26. avatar
    megan the vegan | 14 July 2006 at 11:11 am #

    evening Kilbey
    did ya see?
    just posted thee
    a comment…with glee…
    (sound of hippie
    goin “yippee!”)
    so ‘ave a cuppa tea
    – or if ya must- an ‘e’
    and relish the chi
    comin from me
    i.e.
    m.t.v.
    😉
    —see last comment july 12
    if you can be bothered—

  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 11:32 am #

    That video for “Different Man” filmed in the forest all those years ago was so damn cute, but “Electric Lash” was so damn SCARY!

    (That’s not really sk commenting is it???????)

    love
    Amanda

  28. avatar
    Daberhasher | 14 July 2006 at 12:43 pm #

    wadada from my own little deep forest, which owns me…

    aloha,
    ee

  29. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 1:02 pm #

    SK being the first to comment is not what is alarming and sad. The fact that he was first 1 hour and 1 minute after the fact is, perhaps. C’mon Zealots, lift yer game. Standards are slipping…

  30. avatar
    Samosanx | 14 July 2006 at 1:29 pm #

    o so that’s where your pic went….

    looking forward to the news from that cracked facade of chicken wire and plaster, all cockroach infested and grimy, car bumperbar smashin’ all night west unholy-woulda coulda been

    my fave forest the one where Erskine the Magician encounters the albino negress with the pterodactyly sqwauker …hmmm, maybe it was unholywould?

    greetings from the croc infested north

  31. avatar
    Renee | 14 July 2006 at 1:29 pm #

    Night Ride Across the Caucasus

    In the velvet of the darkness
    By the silhouette of silent trees
    They are watching, they are waiting
    They are witnessing life’s mysteries

    Cascading stars on the slumbering hills
    They are dancing as far as the sea
    Riding o’er the land, you can feel its gentle hand
    Leading on to its destiny

    Take me with you on this journey
    Where the boundaries of time are now tossed
    In cathedrals of the forest
    In the words of the tongues now lost

    Find the answers, ask the questions
    Find the roots of an ancient tree
    Take me dancing, take me singing
    I’ll ride on till the moon meets the sea

    Loreena McKennitt

    I visited the Cherokee Indian reservation in the Smokey Mountains of NC a few years ago.
    The mist hangs like a thick white blanket just above the trees.
    The forests look as though their smoldering.
    Dark primordial evergreen forests, very beautiful.
    I could really feel the power in that place,and I felt very drawn to it.
    The Native peoples possess the knowledge of the forests, there is much to be learned from them.

  32. avatar
    gavgams | 14 July 2006 at 1:33 pm #

    Great blog, Steve.
    I knew a wise person who said that everybody has a story of a favourite tree. True, methinks. And I think Churchey lovers might be partial to a bit of the ol’ deep ecology, vegies or not.

    I love the forests around the Otways (where SK was) and stay at a friend’s “pad” amongst the towering Southern Blue Gums up the mountain off the ocean at Wye River. It’s lke a giant aviary, always cool, earthy smell, distant surf murmur, echoing King parrots and currawongs and blue, blue ocean seen through trees. I live less than an hour from Lorne on the endangered grasslands with beauty in minutia of orchids and everlastings, of lillies, redgums, whispering she-oaks, pea flowers and golden wattles. Also, the birds. Over 130 different species locally, not including water birds.

    Let me also say that I have a lovely puple velvet smoking jacket with fat black velvet lapels and trim and subtle swirley pattern. Must have bet the Church to the op shop that day!

  33. avatar
    John Garratt | 14 July 2006 at 1:40 pm #

    ****************************

  34. avatar
    General Catz | 14 July 2006 at 1:49 pm #

    some places, at certain times during the night in LA, can feel like you’re the only person on this earth, alone in the primordial forest. try driving down to pacific palisades or that trek up to malibu in the dead of night. i saw things on those drives that were very otherworldly. things never meant to be seen or forgotten.

    do you have to get to a certain age to start looking back? i’ve hit it as well. it shocks me every time i see you do it, but i guess it shouldn’t.

  35. avatar
    Renee | 14 July 2006 at 1:52 pm #

    Concerning Mr. K being the first to comment,
    He posted his blogg @ 12:36
    In my time zone it’s like almost 1 o’clock in the morning,
    I’m sleepy sleepin at that hour, I don’t know what everyone else is doing!!!

    Love Ya!

  36. avatar
    finn | 14 July 2006 at 1:55 pm #

    Ah grew up in the forest, and Ah’m happy to say, I’ll be leaving the confines of the big dirty city for a few days to commune with nature and float down a river in a little boat with some good fiends. So I’ll be missing ya for a few days.

    Such and such was so and so’s best album, and no arguments!

  37. avatar
    Brad | 14 July 2006 at 2:09 pm #

    sometimes you can’t see the trees for the forest and then it’s only a matter of time before the whole world becomes a forest again

    damn rabble rouser marty with holes in his genes….is that why he’s unfit for “human” (sic), read LA, company?

  38. avatar
    Einstein | 14 July 2006 at 2:12 pm #

    People, I can’t believe that Kilbey’s comment became an issue. You are all hilarious! It doesn’t matter if the guy waited one hour to see a comment bumping and in a syncope of loneliness decided to leave his comment. It doesn’t matter if it was a joke with people who make a big deal of commenting first. These people are less hilarious than the ones who attempt to find out why their idol has x or y behaviour. This is truly scarry!!! I only thought that was odd and that it had a sense and effect of beautiful ratification.
    And that’s it.
    Don’t go too depp in your minds, please. Ooops, I saw it and will leave it this way 😉
    Let’s start worrying when Steve begins to assume other personalities here amongst us commenters, writing to himself as another person. But that wouldnt surprise me.
    Whos the first hunter candidate?

  39. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 14 July 2006 at 2:32 pm #

    Friday Spanish lesson:
    the forest drips in the night
    its air is cool n sweet
    i love forests fiends
    i love forests

    El bosque gotea en la noche
    su aire fresco y dulce
    amo a los bosques, malvados
    amo a los bosques

  40. avatar
    STEVE | 14 July 2006 at 2:49 pm #

    Love forests stevie – i grew up living by Epping Forest (Dick Turpin hideaway within – rascal that he was!)still live with E Forest opposite our house – can never be built on as ,thankfully,is owned by us Londoners ( good ol’ Queen Vic!- granted the charter !!)

    Rawramp

  41. avatar
    matthew | 14 July 2006 at 2:50 pm #

    Everytime I read Nevets Yeblik, I see a little jewish yiddish-speaking immigrant guy… sorry, but there it is. I too had a mountain of paisley – a hunger fuelled as it was by the likes of the Heyday cover, in public service lunchtimes in the glorious 80s. Sadly, all things must pass – whether it be shirt fabric, or more youthful girth measurements… I have a few surviving relics… and I smile quietly to myself.

  42. avatar
    nickfiction | 14 July 2006 at 3:04 pm #

    will you be changing your name permanently or is it just a phase, cheers, Nick

  43. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 14 July 2006 at 4:04 pm #

    would you like to travel to THE GREATEST FOREST EVER??? I have created IT here in this dark room for another Stargate episode…
    mjnjr

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 4:31 pm #

    We are all Buddha, Elvis is in everybody.

    .steveN kilbeY lla era eW

  45. avatar
    landru | 14 July 2006 at 5:09 pm #

    I love the paisley shirts, even when they weren’t cool anymore. If they ever were (and they must have been, because I had ’em, too. Pics to prove, etc.)

    Good stream today, sk

  46. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 5:55 pm #

    hey clean steve, Dee in austin( I’m some sort of mann-child cowboy space cadet) not a girl….anyhow..this is not a query, but a comment….I always figured you smoke alot of kind-bud or whatever…it has the anima…Personally, i am in love with mary….too much so…so- i wonder, how do YOU control your appetite? Really, it makes life more whole, alive, etc etc , you know>>> what is the trick to moderation??? If you read this , maybe you could somewhow enlighten me, say, between the lines. Maybe you dont know>>.. I am still trying to achieve the smallest aura of success, split between being a sub and a bedroom musician crafting strange pf like songs and pastiches…but i wanna be high all the time….I dunno, its sort of complicated.I have always envied you, or someone like you, to have the freedom to sing and just sort of be this fable creature…But your(mine) emotions get stretched and burned by too much!! Ah, what can you say??? There has to be a way, a trick…shalom.

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 6:51 pm #

    Another stellar account from the Mangy Panther.

    The Russian dude in the sauna sequence was highlarious.

    “Pool smelled of fish and drowned sailors” was a poetic highlight.

    Last year I went to the forests of Costa Rica. I saw the green mystical Byrd, the Quetzal, once worshipped by the Aztecs. He just sat there quietly in the dark trees as the rain clapped the leaves. eyes were expressive and calm.

    abid

  48. avatar
    davem | 14 July 2006 at 6:55 pm #

    Hi SK.
    This blog was a surprise. I’ve been waiting for you to comment about being anxious about your trip to the US – don’t go…come back to Europe instead!!
    I have to be honest…Ummagumma – not for me. Post-Syd Floyd are a no-no. I have an article from Steve Sutherland (MM)framed on my hall wall from an interview with MWP & PK when they visited blighty in ’82. Covered Floyd indulgence and the need for punk to happen. Waters to dip his hand in his pocket raher than lining them from bleating. Interesting stuff – wouldn’t see that quality of debate in the english (youth) music press nowadays.
    I sat with my eldest lad last night & watched a Syd DVD followed by Goldfish (the original 90’s release video version.
    I’ve still got lots of my paisley shirts – a number of us took them (& our velvet hipsters) very seriously here in England. I was so passionate about the New Psychedelic movement – Mood 6, The High tide (Mr Helmer, where are you now?)Miles over Matter, The Groovy Cellar, Clive AKA The Doctor. I well remember you coming over to “The Venue” in London SK at the height of that period & dishing the new-psych movement, you git.!! The bootleg tape from that gig knocked around for ages & was much coveted. I spent a couple of hours mooching for another copy a couple of weeks ago on a late, melancholy Sunday evening but to no avail alas…. freaky conclusions not!
    Love you more,

  49. avatar
    Forest Druide | 14 July 2006 at 8:02 pm #

    “Go to the Forest and move.” I often dream of forests, escape to them in the southern appalachians, the misty mountains, for renewal and mystery. The rivers have their source there…I ride the rivers.

    JJ

  50. avatar
    stealthblue | 14 July 2006 at 9:00 pm #

    Forests ROCK!! 🙂 You just gotta love this beautiful planet, don’tcha?
    Peace to all…
    BV

  51. avatar
    eek | 14 July 2006 at 9:01 pm #

    I love how what you write so often triggers memories of my own, SK. It’s kinda like getting a “buy one, get one” deal!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Anon at 6:26 — Art Imitating Life prints — a special signed & numbered limited edition no less — will be available at the merch table on the US tour. Signed & numbered limited edition prints of Self Portrait – Absinthe will also be available during the tour. (Some of these may be available on the SK art site after the tour as well if any remain)

    There will also be a selection of other SK prints and cards at the merch table, so make sure to check it out. 🙂

  52. avatar
    Chela | 14 July 2006 at 10:01 pm #

    my beach smells like sharks and munched surfers!

  53. avatar
    Anonymous | 14 July 2006 at 10:34 pm #

    mmm how funny you can’t try to be first in this box
    its pure chance
    who knows when and what and where
    and you feel like bambi in the headlights
    one day it will happen to you …
    anyway loved the forest stories from around the whirled
    managed to walk under some moreton bay fig trees in the dappled sun at lunchtime this week listening to lemuria what a lovely escape from work
    its satdee mornin and I been to market to market
    where I bought and i solde
    a bird in a cage
    with a story she tolde
    this sweet bird of youth
    sang of love and of truth
    she
    chitters and chatters but chimes for you
    flitters and flutters but flies for you
    sweeps and arcs but dives for you
    returns in other lives for you
    traces the trellis of trees for you
    gathers garlands of grace for you
    visits the lake and the geese for you
    weaves little waves into words for you
    loops literary lace for you
    picks pretty paisley posies for you
    migrates north in the fall for you
    flies with st francis all for you

  54. avatar
    CSTCoach | 14 July 2006 at 11:03 pm #

    Yeah, forests are great!

    Always loved camping as a kid and teen, tramping off into the wilderness and just soaking it up…

  55. avatar
    Time Freedom Fighter | 26 November 2006 at 8:45 pm #

    non toxic infrared saunaBefore you can purchase a sauna, you may need to make sure you have the space and power needed to equip the sauna in your home.

  56. avatar
    Time Freedom Fighter | 5 December 2006 at 2:50 am #

    helo saunaBefore you can purchase a sauna, you may need to make sure you have the space and power needed to equip the sauna in your home.

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    Time Freedom Fighter | 22 December 2006 at 7:59 pm #

    steam saunaThere are five million inhabitants and over two million saunas in finland which equates to an average of one per household. Saunas help in burning sizeable amounts of calories; most people trying to loose fast usually sit in the sauna for several hours during a day.


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