On a North Van hillside, Dave reads a few choruses from Jack Kerouac’s “San Francisco Blues” and talks about “Ti Jean’s” writing life, including his dexterous style and notable substance – plus expresses affection for Vancouver and the joys of rediscovery.
At Granville Island Market on a breezy spring day, Dave talks about Czech/German/French writer Rainer Maria Rilke and reads from Letter # 10 from “Letters to a Young Poet,” plus offers discourse about the writing life, dealing with creative conditions and personal honesty – plus chats about the charming Vancouver False Creek waterfront.
Uncle Weed catches up with his two-thirds of his fave rockin’ younglings, Seth and Nolan of The Numbskulz, in Pe Ell Washington. They lads discuss a recent big show at Olympia’s famous Capitol Theater, vomiting drummers, recording ideas, new songs and fave music. Plus three live Numbskulz tracks for your listening pleasure. Cheers from Numbskulz to Cosmo at Clubside Breakfast Time and John from Radio Zoom.
Uncle Weed and his buddy Eskimo space cruise into the Vancouver suburb of Richmond while chatting about Asian malls, local byways, global warming, dikes, Canada Line Skytrain, Olympic speed skating oval, box stores, mountains, cervezas, and YVR airport.
A personal stirring moment, recorded for Grandpa, Robert Louis Stevenson (RIP) on the windy banks of the Columbia River featuring Walt Whitman’s “To You” – read whilst sitting under a weeping sage tree with toiling barges, endless trains and snowy Mt. Hood in the distance.