|Got the beer, waiting for the lobster! |
If my 47 year old self had of been able to go back in time to talk to my teenage rocker self and told her that the day would come that I would enjoy and appreciate "down home" fiddle music, I probably wouldn't of believed her. Turns out, I would of been telling my younger self the truth.
I saw an ad for an "East Coast Kitchen Party" taking place on Sunday, October 2nd at St. Jame's Gate
, an Irish Pub not far from our home. Now, anyone who knows me, knows I do not go out on a work night, hell, I rarely go out at all anymore, but going out on a Sunday night is just unheard of in my world. Still, I couldn't get the outing out of my mind, and knowing Rob had no interest, I reached out to my girlfriends to see if anyone wanted to go with me. Lots of interest, but the date was only good for one other, a fellow "Bluenoser"
The party was fabulous! The music of Sandy MacIntyre
and Steeped in Tradition had our toes a tapping and hands clapping. My Mother would of been proud. I have never sang "Farewell to Nova Scotia" so loud.,
|Steeped in Tradition with Sandy MacIntyre.|
|The Pub was well decorated.|
|Dinner is served!|
|Before things get messy!|
Andi and I had a grand time! We both look forward to attending next year, but we're going to book the next day off work, as neither of us wanted to leave the party, it's a Maritimer thing.
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