Our southeast tour is slowly wrapping up. We played a fun gig in Dunedin, Florida at the Dunedin Brewery. Dunedin is a charming little town with a rich Scottish heritage. At one time Dunedin had the largest fleet of sailing vessels in Florida and became one of Florida’s chief seaport and trading centers. Early settlers were primarily cotton and citrus growers, and it is hard to envision that most of what is now downtown was once a big cotton field. We had a small but enthusiastic crowd at the brewery, which, thanks to the aforementioned Scottish heritage, had delicious beer. We returned to Jacksonville for Rockin’ on the Range at the UNF GolfPlex, kicking off the Florida/Georgia game weekend on Friday night. What a beautiful night to be playing our music outside. A good time was had by all, and we look forward to returning again next year. It is great to reconnect with friends and family. I appreciate everyone’s love and support.