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The Last and Final Chapter of “The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly US World Tour, page 33
We all sleep well in our various digs, and Bobby fixes us biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast. It’s a keen reminder of how close we are to home. But instead of heading that way, when we’re all collected and … Continue reading
Page 32 of “the tour”
We drive all day and actually cheer as we cross the Iowa line into Missouri. We’re still some hours from Kansas City, but our hearts are perceptibly lighter. We roll in and locate the venue, and get some surprises, all … Continue reading
Page 30, The usual, the tour, The Blackberry Winter Band!
Resentments are festering again, and I’m beginning to ferret out the cause. It’s no one’s fault, just people’s differing habits. It will come to a head soon, but I think I’ll know what to do. In the meantime, we’re off … Continue reading
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Page 29, That amazing tour of the US with a bunch of oldsters.
Rested and refreshed, and with a shorter distance to drive, we leave Chagrin Falls around noon and head for Columbus. It’s another indie bar, Rumba Cafe, with a small crowd. But they are all serious fans, and again, they get … Continue reading
The Amazing Geria … you know what this is, page 26, New York, New York
This extremely busy day started with a take-out breakfast from the corner restaurant a half-block down from Debra and Jonathan’s home and offices on 11th Street. Then we dressed hastily and flew off in two taxis uptown to the National … Continue reading
A Message From The Present Tense, Or Presently Tense, Or Something…
I really thought that once we got back from the tour there’d be a long space of just sitting around doing nothing, and I could tell the entire story of the tour before anything else happened. I was mistaken. We’ve … Continue reading
Blackberry Winter at Ozarks Celebration Festival
September 9, 2011; Springfield, MO, MSU, Ozark Celebration Festival