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... downtown, but is rather like a little village. It is idyllic. Surrounded by blue water, glittering in the bright, warm, November sunshine. So bless my friend, each day we did something, and this included live music most days...including a few of his bands. First up, a bar on a busy Friday night in St Petes, another city south of Tampa in the bay...a little Williamsburg style place. He then took me upstate to a country fair...Sumpter County, beer, bbq and ...
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... have competition-level pipe and drum bands. The high school's marching band is known as the Scottish Highlander Band, and both teen and adult members make up the City of Dunedin Pipe and Drum Corps.
Dunedin has the distinction of being the oldest town south of Cedar Key, Florida. With a dock built to accommodate larger sailing vessels, Dunedin became one of Florida's chief seaport and trading centers and at ...
... deal with this in the daylight when auto repair shops are open.
We drove through the night, without lights, to Omaha. It was pretty uneventful. I had to use the dome light to see the gauges, and we got a couple of semis flashing their lights at us alerting us to the problem, but that was it. As we were driving through Omaha though just before dawn, we were finally pulled over. I played dumb and he directed us ...
... found a park in between the back of the stage and the water. We took out our chairs and enjoyed the music for free. (Kinda like camping out at Kapiolani Park to listen to bands playing at Waikiki Shell.) Since we didn't recognize the names, we looked up the event and I did recognize the country singer. I noticed another familiar face, Colbie Caillat! Steve loves her music and she was set to play tomorrow!
The following day we had planned on checking out the ...