Thats what they call me. Some even say there's a "Soprano" resemblance. I dont see it. I've been doing mornings here since 1987. In radio years, that qualifies me to be a Jurassic Park exhibit, I think. But having Blacksmith, Roadkill, Laura, and Kelly there each morning keeps it fun. We hope it does for you too....
As for me - I'm just a normal guy in an abnormal job. I've got a great wife, 2 great kids, and a job that lets me play for a living. Yeah, that doesn't suck.....
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Greg and the Morning Buzz: Me, Andy Blacksmith, Scott "Roadkill" McMullen, Laura Boyce and Kelly Brown. 5:30am-10am. The Rock Station 100.3 WHEB, Portsmouth NH, Rock 101 WGIR-FM Manchester, The Hawk 104.9 Meredith/Laconia, and KOOL-93.9FM in Lebanon NH, and KOOL 96.3 in Keene. Tune in - join the family!
Greg's "NH CHRONICLE" Segment from WMUR-TV Channel 9
I know of a place where, on a lucky day, you can see Bald Eagles. If I go 10 times, I may see them three of those times. I stress the word "may". Those may not be great odds, but seeing one makes it all worthwhile. On Saturday I checked one location, saw nothing, and moved on to another. Nothing there either. When I returned to the first location, I got out of my car- convinvced it wasn't going to be my lucky day - looked up, and saw this....
He was looking down straight at me. I just stood there - about 40 yards away - in awe. It kind of takes your breath away when you first see them. We watched each other for about 20 minutes or so, as I crept slowly closer. They are smart birds- and I didn't move more than 4 feet when he flew....
He dropped out of the tree and flew by me. You could hear the swooshing of his wings. If I had to guess, they were probably about 5 feet from wingtip to wingtip. I kept shooting, as he flew behind trees - headed away from me. He darted out from behind the branches and I got one more....
and after a few more flaps of hs wings - he was gone. Up and over the trees, and out of sight.
He had no idea he made my day.