After Thursday’s Eric Church concert, Jay and I planned to hit up the Thompson Square free concert sponsored by a local moonshine distillery. I had ran a cold half marathon that morning (snow flurries for my drive to the race), and wasn’t sure I wanted to go back out in the cold again. Thankfully the afternoon concert start didn’t leave me too much time to back out.

The concert was held just outside the distillery’s retail shop, and all the seating was taken by the time we got there. After a few songs, and walking around a bit, we decided to head inside to warm up.

We might have had a moonshine sample or two. Yep, that’s a cherry soaked in the liquor. Turns out the sample bar offered one of the best views of the concert.

They sang all their well known songs, along with the classic duet Jackson (made famous by Johnny Cash and June Carter). The concert was fun, and I enjoyed their casual conversational banter between songs. I suspect they were cold as well, because the performance only lasted an hour.

Once again my photography skills are lacking, but Jay was able to get pretty close to them walking through the store on their way off of the stage. I’ve got to get better at pictures for my blogs!!

Ooh a spider!


Now for a random change of subject – hope you have an incredible Thanksgiving! I’ll be extra thankful if spidey doesn’t try to shower with me again.

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