Lost in Cleveland
Tub Time in Alliance
Home Through Amish Country
Today's drive was a pleasant one if not an exciting one. I really like
parts of US-62, including some I drove today, but I saw little that was
new. I'm home and ready to sleep.
I saw a wall of signs, a walkway of fish, and an avenue of flags on the
way to a Hot Tub show. You can see the signs, fish and flags anytime; The
Hot Tub is becoming rare.
I hit a Speed Trap in the morning and got lost in the afternoon. But, in
between, I got to spend some time with the Boss so it's OK.
Prelude - April 6, 2009
Some may recall that, in 2007, I made a couple of trips that included
performances by the Patrick Sweany Band. In May, a show in Dover preceded a
drive of the Ohio & Erie Canalway and a show in West Virginia was part
of getting to a book signing in Pittsburgh. Well. I'm going to do it
again. At that show in Dover, I learned that Patrick sometimes performed
solo and sometimes his dad accompanied him on wash tub bass. I'm adding
both to my experience. Last night, April 5, a solo Patrick opened for Paul
Thorn at the Southgate House and I was there. Next Saturday, he and his
father will be performing in Alliance, Ohio. I'd been looking for a target
for the three day Easter weekend. Alliance, by way of Cleveland and the
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, it is.