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name: Harold
age: 67 years old
hometown: Pickens, SC, USA
last login: 02/23/2018
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marital status: Married
sexual orientation: Straight
smoker: Non smoker
drinking habit: I do not drink
socially: I'm fine being by myself
hobbies:violin and dulcimer maker, SETI, gardening, Genealogy, metal detecting
favorite bands:Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, The Clinch Mountain Boys Wade Mainer and the Mountaineers, Charlie Moore and the Dixie Partners, Wallace Hooper
favorite movies:Star Wars all six, Forbidden Planet
favorite TV shows:Dr. Who, Star Trek
favorite books:War of the Words, Dune, 1984
favorite magazines:Discover, American Lutherie
ethnicity: Caucasian (white)
body type: Average
self-rated hotness: 4 - Neither good or bad
religion: Christian
political: Middle of the road
humor: Dry / sarcastic
lovestyle: Romantic
children: Proud parent
education: High School graduate
income: < 25,000
living: With partner
employment: Full-time
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Work in a die cast plant. Work on week ends at a Grist mill. Pick and grin when I can. I don't think anyone knows how many generations of violin makers there are in my family. I can only confirm five going back to the 1830's. They were in the society of Friends Church from England and settled in the Yadkin River valley of North Carolina in 1735. In England at that time period it was illegal to make violins, so they called themselves keeper of the Devils Instument. My blood is made from violin varnish and pine rosin. Winner of the 2010 Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award. Don't no what to do with it, but it looks great on the wall.
Hagood Mill Dulcimer: Made this one from the Water Wheel at Hagood Mill Historical Site. They had to replace the wheel with a new one. One solid pine dulcimer made from a water wheel bucket. You can see it at the office of Hagood Mill Historic Site Pickens, South Carolina.
Number 57: Well another one behind glass! Dulcimer number 57 now has a home at the University of South Carolina at their McKissick Museum of Arts and Science. Maybe they will treat her well. Harold Wayne Turner
Hagood Mill dulcimer front
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Hagood Mill dulcimer back
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Hagood Mill dulcimer
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new project
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Great granddaughter abd new
main album
Colder here! -11 last Sunday. Not to worry tho...
Kevin is sending Pacific air shortly..

How ya been Wooly? PM me if ya get a chance
:: posted by Pine on Wed Jan 17, 2018 @ 04:09 PM     
hey wooly. great to hear you are still on the top side of the grass. I'm sort of out of the recording these days. still stop by soundclick regularly. stay well, buddy
:: posted by Gabe Stenziano on Sat Jul 8, 2017 @ 11:03 PM     
[last edited on Fri Jul 7, 2017 @ 09:33 AM]
Glad to hear you are still alive and well...and still making instruments.
Great that you are gettin' together for a weekly jam session too..sure wish i was. Just none of that happening around here that i know of. Most of my old bandmates have either passed, moved off, or given up playing. Things are good here tho for the most part other than some physical issues that are compromising my lifestyle. Wet and
cool summer... garden is in low gear. Taking Life one day at a time. Hope your summer goes well my friend. We gotta enjoy it all while we still can...
PS...this site is working fine on my end. I suggest you contact the admin for help..they're great about that.
:: posted by Pine on Fri Jul 7, 2017 @ 09:30 AM     
hey Wooly...where ya been? Did ya get tired of retirement and go on a world cruise? This place sure isn't as much fun as it once was...at least for me. Maybe it would help if i wrote some new songs. These days i'm just workin' the farm, taking it one day at a time. What ya been up to? Hear from kevin much?
:: posted by Pine on Thu Jul 6, 2017 @ 11:10 AM     
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