Party/dance, an afternoon ceilidh, moved from the road into the community hall. Later, a pub night here with Joe Murphy, local in-the-community musician. I'm in the basement of the community hall, underneath the dancefloor. My parents are upstairs, sitting down. There's a square of chairs against the wall facing in. I spied Roland Marshall across the hall, poet and painter, that I've known since my BS Poetry Society days in Halifax and went over to talk. That's how I ended up in the Seaforth C@P Site centre using this computer.
Hall windows overlook the fog shrouded saltmarsh. Old-time waltzes, foxtrots, Virginia reels and more for the floor, dancers very young & very old, fewer in between, on the boards. Fun and laughter setting up the Virginia reelequal number lines of males and femalesall ages. Gordie on fiddle, also the caller. Have to get back upstairs. Get my free hot dog. Have some offline fun!
Shirt(s): still Syliboy whale and blue & white stripes
Location: Seaforth Community Hall C@P Site Access Centre, NS
Temp: 17 C, warm fog
sound: live fiddle & guitarGordie Stobbe and guest fiddlers (one young & newLance Hicks, and one from Lawrencetown), two guitaristsin the hall upstairs