For those out-of-the-loop, I just returned from a 16-day music tour. We started in central IL and made our way to New England and back in that time.
After Lock Haven, we made our way to Rochester, NY. I think that I enjoyed this day of travel the most. Upper western PA and western NY are both incredibly beautiful. While still in PA, we stopped at this town that looked like something out of an old Bavarian fairytale. To add to that feel, there was a church playing bells. I’m guessing that it was something automated, kind of like a giant music box, because it wasn’t like any church bell display that I’d ever heard. I’d love to return there, because it was so quaint. I don’t even know the town…
On this afternoon we had a radio interview at WBER in Rochester, NY. Here are some photos:
Afterwards, we went to an Irish pub where we happened to be seated at a table with a flag of the county from which some of my ancestors came, County Armagh. Fitting that the emblem is a harp. 🙂 I was also having a terrible blood sugar drop. The food was very welcome and very delicious.
Finally we headed to the venue, Boulder Coffee, in Rochester, NY. We all liked the feel of Rochester. We also were so VERY glad to see some friends from years past. Thanks to the Hampton’s for coming to hear us. We love you so much! 🙂
After the gig we headed to the hotel and got our much needed rest… 🙂