Today we played for the Farmers’ Market in New Boston, NH. We had a great time, and we sang one of our favorite songs, Long Journey Home. And in a way, it was a journey home. This band started 40 years ago in Goffstown, NH, a town adjacent to New Boston, so it felt like a homecoming. And a bar we played frequently in Go-town was called Jearnie’s End, named for proprietors Janet and Earnie, who took very good care of us. So the theme of a journey was appropriate.
A line in the song goes, “Lost all my money but a two dollar bill,” and, lo and behold, someone in the audience ran up to us and tipped us with a $2 bill. Thank you, and thanks to all the wonderful people in New Boston.