Give the Fiddler a Dram

Halliehurst Porch
Originally uploaded by kenf225

I passed the 1,000 mile mark just north of the Maryland-Pennsylvania border this morning, heading north from the Augusta Heritage Festival in West Virginia, where I’ve spent the last week playing tunes, working a lot on guitar accompaniment, and doing a lot of singing. All in a very beautiful spot with near-perfect weather, complete with a fall nip in the air last night. We sat outside and sang duets and honky tonk tunes, joined an enormous jam on the porch, and then followed the sound of pounding feet to find an impromptu lesson in Irish set-dancing going on.

You can follow more of the story in photos of the week at Augusta as well as an ongoing set of photos taken on the road.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Give the Fiddler a Dram

Leave a Reply