Storm damage: we were lucky. Only big broken branches, lost food in the freezer, a torn up shed roof and some smaller broken items but no damage to the house.
Allegheny Echoes, Larry's banjo class and my dulcimer class:
Along the Greenbrier River Trail at Marlinton (we took a little walk one day after class):
Storytelling in Weston and Lost Creek:
The Baxa is a hidden jewel of a hotel in Weston, WV; more about it in a later post.
And the library in Weston is a real treat for the eyes too:
Craft time at Lost Creek:
Along the C&O Canal in Hancock, Maryland. We took a cooling-off break between performances in Berkeley Springs.
Grandkids Clayton and Grace were with us while the power was off. Larry and Clayton opted for the porch as a sleeping place because inside the house was so hot. You can see one of the broken limbs that barely missed the deck.
On one of those 100-degree plus days, we took a drive to see the New River Gorge Bridge. You can see how hot it was by the haze in the photo.
I was disappointed when I finished my performances at Sistersville this week. The ferry was down for repairs! I suppose it does need maintenance from time to time. I sure was looking forward to a cool river ride that hot afternoon, though.
It's nice to be back in blogland! I will try to catch up on reading your blogs too, as quickly as I can. Thanks for staying with me during this down time.
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