So Much Time, So Little to Do. Oh, Wait, That's Backwards.
We've now spent our first full month in, and most of this year's earnings on, the new Hungrytown Homestead, just down the lane from our previous, and simpler, and tinier, and tinnier, and diggedy, digs. We had occupied our previous dwelling for 13 years, remarkably, longer than either of us had hitherto lived in one place. Not surprisingly, the Blue Meanie felt slighted by this imposition and acted out by passive-agressively leaking water on our heads, forcing us to fix the rooftop air conditioner, as well as failing to stop when asked politely, forcing us to pay for a major brake job. We figure we'd better give the Blue Meanie what it wants, since we're relying on it to take us on our upcoming four-month 2018 Further West Tour, beginning in December this time. But that's for next month.
Fact is, since we returned from our six-and-a-half-month 2017 Further West Tour in July, between house-buying, house-setting-up, barn insulating, barn insulting, Blue Meanie husbandry, gigging and giggling, we've hardly had two minutes to rub together. Here are a few goals we intend to meet this month, before we're homesick again:
Get the Blue Meanie out of the repair shop.
Figure out how to install a clothes dryer.
Buy a fly swatter for upstairs.
Pretend to have a home life.
Hire someone to drywall the barn because we're not doing it.
See if the milk's gone off.
Order some Hungrytown music and merchandise so we have something to sell on tour.
Our two most recent photo albums, now better than ever:
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Saturday, Nov 4th, 7:00 PM Holliston Public Library 752 Washington St. Holliston, MA 01746 508-429-0617 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Holliston Public Library.
Sunday, Nov 5th, 4:00 PM Whipple Free Library 67 Mont Vernon Rd. New Boston, NH 03070 603-487-3391 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Whipple Free Library.
Thursday, Nov 9th, 6:30 PM Damon Hall 1 Quechee Rd. Hartland, VT 05048 802-436-2473 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Hartland Public Library.
Monday, Nov 13th, 7:00 PM Weaver Library 41 Grove Ave. East Providence, RI 02914 401-434-2453 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Weaver Library.
Wednesday, Nov 15th, 6:30 PM Lower Providence Community Library 50 Parklane Dr. Eagleville, PA 19403 610-666-6640 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Lower Providence Community Library.
Saturday, Nov 18th, 2:00 PM Holyoke Public Library 250 Chestnut St. Holyoke, MA 01040 413-420-8101 Admission: free. Sponsored by the Holyoke Public Library.
Saturday, Nov 25th, 7:00 PM Chocolate House Concerts Boston, MA Annual friends, family and strangers bash at the Hall compound. Open to the public--for a price ($10). Potluck at 6, show at 7. Please contact Judy for info and reservations at email@example.com.