OryCon 2003 

Pictures from OryCon 2003 in Portland, OR

Callie's Concert, Friday evening. 

I was traveling and rooming with Blake's family, and we barely made it to the venue in time. I was on right after Callie (thanks for arranging the slot for me, Callie!) and I barely had enough time to shower and shave before rushing down to the Klamath hall. 

It was a great evening, though, and I felt really good about all of the performances (both mine and everyone else's).
Callie's Concert, Friday evening.



I was traveling and rooming with Blake's family, and we barely made it to the venue in time. I was on right after Callie (thanks for arranging the slot for me, Callie!) and I barely had enough time to shower and shave before rushing down to the Klamath hall.



It was a great evening, though, and I felt really good about all of the performances (both mine and everyone else's).

Blake's concert Friday night, which of course included ASH productions. Marvelous, as always!
Blake's concert Friday night, which of course included ASH productions. Marvelous, as always!

The Harmony workshop on Saturday. This was a lot of fun.
The Harmony workshop on Saturday. This was a lot of fun.

The Hodgetts clan enjoys the art show.
The Hodgetts clan enjoys the art show.

Blake and I thought the sculpey models at the art show were really cool.
Blake and I thought the sculpey models at the art show were really cool.

Escape Key's concert. This was marvelous. We need to get these guys down to Consonance or ConChord.
Escape Key's concert. This was marvelous. We need to get these guys down to Consonance or ConChord.

The view from the hotel of the Interstate bridge crossing the Columbia river. That's the state of Washington on the other side.
The view from the hotel of the Interstate bridge crossing the Columbia river. That's the state of Washington on the other side.

The same view at night. This was the backdrop for the masquerade ball and Heather Alexander's concert.
The same view at night. This was the backdrop for the masquerade ball and Heather Alexander's concert.

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Heather Alexander, with her rock band Uffington Horse, performs a really cool reggae-inspired version of March of Cambreadth, with some very important audience participation.

Note that this is only a brief clip of the song, not the entire thing.
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Heather Alexander, with her rock band Uffington Horse, performs a really cool reggae-inspired version of March of Cambreadth, with some very important audience participation.



Note that this is only a brief clip of the song, not the entire thing.

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Heather plays one of her wonderful trademark violin solos (partial clip).
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Heather plays one of her wonderful trademark violin solos (partial clip).

The open filking room on Saturday night was packed (1 of 2).
The open filking room on Saturday night was packed (1 of 2).

(2 of 2) The room was so packed that Karen Rall helped us claim the much larger Klamath room a few minutes later.
(2 of 2) The room was so packed that Karen Rall helped us claim the much larger Klamath room a few minutes later.

Ah, that's much better! Thanks for getting us the bigger room, Karen!

Although we had to vacate it at 4AM, that's OK because we were getting a bit tired anyway...

Afterwards, Blake and I agreed that this was one of the best Filk circles we'd ever been to. The quality of the music and the people was just fantastic.
Ah, that's much better! Thanks for getting us the bigger room, Karen!



Although we had to vacate it at 4AM, that's OK because we were getting a bit tired anyway...



Afterwards, Blake and I agreed that this was one of the best Filk circles we'd ever been to. The quality of the music and the people was just fantastic.

Sunday's Kinderfilk. This was a lot of fun, although there weren't a lot of kids there.
Sunday's Kinderfilk. This was a lot of fun, although there weren't a lot of kids there.

Mount Shasta was as spectacular as ever on the drive home.
Mount Shasta was as spectacular as ever on the drive home.

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