If We Still Had to Buy Film for Our Cameras, We Couldn't Afford to Go On Tour.
We're combining this and next month's Newsdumpster because, once we get back to Vermont, we don't expect to be doing much beyond grunting, stomping, gurgling and perhaps some recording, which is likely to include the aforementioned activities. We have a bunch of shows, too.
Yes, we dipped our toes (and shoes and pants) into the Pacific to show the furthest westest point of our 2016 Further West Tour, in progress since Happy New Year. We're now finally powering eastward, making many stops along the way. Over the last three months, we've had more memorable experiences than we should be allowed to mention, but we thought it would be a good idea to mention a few, by way of our morbidly obese 2016 Further West Tourphoto album:
We finally got the snow globe that we talked about on our first date.
Driving across really big, tall, slippery mountains.
The worst part is that this photo album will continue its march toward world domination until we return home in a couple of weeks. Many thanks to our new and old subscribers, and the new friends and venue hosts we've met on this most excellent tour, who have been so kind to us despite the food particles lodged between Ken's teeth.
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Wednesday, April 13, 7:00 PM Ocean City Free Library 1735 Simpson Ave. Ocean City, NJ 08226 609-399-2434 Tickets: Free.
Thursday, April 14, 7:00 PM Tivoli Library 86 Broadway Tivoli, NY 12583 845-757-3771 Tickets: Free. Sponsored by the Tivoli Free Library.
Thursday, May 5, 7:00 PM Oak Point 55+ Community Middleborough, MA This show is open only to residents and guests of Oak Point.
Thursday, May 26, 6:30 PM Coffee House Bristol Public Library 5 High St. Bristol, CT 06010 860-584-7787 Tickets: Free. Doors: 6:00 PM. Hungrytown appears courtesy of a grant by the Bristol Brass General Grant Fund, the Gnazzo/Reidy Charitable Fund and the Elizabeth Tyrell Fund for the Arts at the Main Street Community Foundation.
Wednesday, June 1, 7:00 PM John Curtis Free Library 534 Hanover St. Hanover, MA 02339 781-826-2972 Tickets: Free. Sponsored by the John Curtis Free Library.