The last few days have been a whirlwind of playing and driving. On Friday night I played at the Creek Village Gallery and Cafe in Woodstock, NB. We arrived in town early and happened upon a museum that had a Karsh, Hines and Curtis photography exhibit. It had some amazing photos and stories of each photographer. We both really enjoyed it. The show at Creek Village Gallery was excellent. We ate in the cafe before the show and the food was delicious. People started showing up an hour before the show to get good seats. I met so many lovely people. The artwork in the gallery was amazing and it was hard not to do too much shopping there. The quality of the art was amazing and the prices reasonable. We headed out on the road and made it as far as Quebec City for the night.
We got up and drove towards our Kingston destination – Musiikki Cafe. We stopped to visit a friend on the St Lawrence River, dropped off the trailer and then headed to the show. The last show of the tour (until we get home) was great. Mike’s cousins even came out. The door was open and people were stopping on the street to listen too. Went back to our friends place and stayed on the St Lawrence River. There was a heron sitting on a boat in the morning. We had a yummy breakfast in the morning and headed home.
Home safe after 6791kms. It has been a busy last few days but we are home and glad to see our dog. We sure did miss her. All is well and are looking forward to the show at Pt Stanley Tapas and Grill on Tuesday evening.