Mark, Lauren, Brett and Bo make music

Mark If you're stuck on the east coast, you've just been through a heck of a windy, wild, wet weekend.  You could probably use a shot or two of St. John. 

Courtesy of videographer Bill Stelzer, here are three video pick-you-ups.  Just back from helping with an orphanage and earthquake relief in Haiti, Bill's returned to his video work.

He took a couple of cameras to Rhumb Lines in Cruz Bay where Mark, Lauren, Brett and Bo were performing.  Featuring St.John's own Mark Wallace playing guitar and singing.

Click … sit back … and enjoy:

6 thoughts on “Mark, Lauren, Brett and Bo make music”

  1. Yes, here in the Northeast, we are still winding down from the wild wind and driving rain as signs of spring pound on the door demanding entrance. But, 1 month from today, to be exact, we will arrive on St John…this our 17th year in row. It sustains us throughout the year, along with winter skiing and summer sailing throughout New England. We love it there…Thank you SO MUCH for your daily news, I read it every day, along with checking out the webcams.

  2. Where plate boundaries occur within continental lithosphere, deformation is spread out over a much larger area than the plate boundary itself. In the case of the San Andreas fault continental transform, many earthquakes occur away from the plate boundary and are related to strains developed within the broader zone of deformation caused by major irregularities in the fault trace(e.g. the “Big bend” region). The Northridge earthquake was associated with movement on a blind thrust within such a zone. Another example is the strongly oblique convergent plate boundary between the Arabian and Eurasian plates where it runs through the northwestern part of the Zagros mountains.

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