It has been more than a bit crazy here lately, hence the infrequent posts. We certainly did not need any distractions.
So we got one and took advantage of it.
Over the last weekend, we put 1,800 miles on the car making a quick run down to California to visit a dear friend, spend the weekend watching bands, back to Ashland to quickly take care of some unfinished business after leaving there in June, saw a few friends there (but not enough), then beat feet back home.
Although it was long hours in the car once again, it was a trip good for the soul. Not only was it two solid days of auditory overload, but fantastic scenery and great friends. Plus, I was finally able to collect the rest of my memory cards that had been in safekeeping since April. Perhaps I can get to the pictures that I took from last October through April and post a few here.
So what is with the title? It is the typical concert view anymore. At the first flash of light, the first beat of the drum, the first strum of a guitar, all of the damned phones go up. I can’t see squat and I’m 6-feet tall. My poor Goddess, who is nowhere near 6-feet tall, just gives up.
And before someone cracks wise about me taking this picture with my phone, there wasn’t anyone behind me other than the guys at the sound boards. And they were on a platform about 3 feet off the ground.
But other than that, we had a great weekend. Hopefully you did too and that you are about to enjoy another.