I just got home after a month away. It feels good. It was a great month. Saint John for the night before Canada day, Ottawa for Canada Day, the UK for two and a half weeks opening for Jools Holland, living on a house boat in Amsterdam for a few days, 6 days on the French River canoeing, a great show opening for Joel Plaskett in Springhill, Nova Scotia celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Anne Murray Centre (I got to meet Anne Murray too!) and, yesterday, a family reunion in Londonderry, New Brunswick. It’ll be nice to chill for a little while now. I’m playing in Fredericton this weekend for New Brunswick day at the Lieutenant Governor’s. Should be fun. I may even debut the French translation of "When It Comes My Turn", which was translated by none other than the Honourable Lieutenant Governor himself, Hermenegilde Chiasson!! What a dude. The canoe trip I did last week in Ontario was a stunning success. Really fun and great weather. We swam tons everyday and I got to try my hand at white water for the first time. It was a bit messy but I had a blast. Here’s a photo of the river at sunset. A beautiful spot indeed. And here’s a photo of me after finishing a run at some white water. Happy to have made it through unscathed.
Thanks for the visit. I hope you’re all doing well.