G’ morning – it’s Friday, June 21, 11:45 a.m., and it’s a great sunny day here. Started out very cold and windy first thing, but the sun is now out and the temp is up to 70 degrees.
Band members are coming for lunch then we are having a practice ‘til 4 p.m.
Our (The Country Trio Band) first outdoor concert was in Mexico last evening, and what a great evening for an outside event.
Condolences to the family of Duncan Slade, he was a great man and loved his paintings and art work. Our thoughts and prayers to each member of his family.
The band will be holding another outdoor concert in Mexico at the Recreation Park, Route 17, Mexico, tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. (weather permitting). Bring a comfortable chair, a picnic supper and a light jacket, don’t forget your bug repellent.
A short column this week, as we have been busy.
Drove over to see my niece yesterday in Waterford, she has a beautiful place over there in the country.
Get well wishes to those who are not feeling up to par, our thoughts and prayers are with each one for a very speedy recovery.
Enjoyed seeing our son, Craig and his family at the concert last evening – it was also good seeing Gail and her children there also – we asked Matthew to join us on stage for a song he knew.
Zach will be here to practice with us today; he will be competing in the Down East Country Music Association competitions this Sunday in Litchfield at the sportsman club. He will be singing a Josh Turner song, “Long Black Train.”
Birthday wishes and Anniversary wishes to those who are celebrating this month.
That’s all from the valley this week. Stay well, and enjoy the beautiful weather they are predicting.
Be sure to check each night for those awful ticks that could be on you – they can be dangerous.