My greetings and salutations come to you today from Tommy’s Grandparent’s house in historic Canonsburg, PA, which of course is where the first modern Canon was used in combat, as well as photography. Anyone catch the funny there?
Monday, the tour stopped in Elkton, MD, a lovely town just minutes away from Delaware. And yes, in one way or another, all of us in TgT made sure we stopped in Delaware. Upon crossing the state line, I channeled the great Wayne Campbell and dryly proclaimed “Hi…I’m in Delaware.” Something I’ve wanted to do all my life, really. But in all honesty, Delware is a wonderful state with lots to do, especially at the University of Delaware, which is where I got to spend some time the other night at a great coffee shop. The show was a good time, too. We played in a sports and entertainment complex that had it all: batting cages, laser tag, basketball courts, and all the ingrediants for a killer laser light disco dance party. Sadly, we did not get to challenge the Satellites & Sirens guys in laser tag, but rest assured, we will soon.
Last night, we had the great pleasure of playing alongside a great band with a lot of momentum right now in Ivoryline. Those guys are amazing, and play with quite a bit of passion. The venue is great too, the Blue Violet Cafe in Rochester, PA. Awesome people behind the ministry in the place, so if you ever are in that area, be sure to catch a show there. It’s really cool. And some of the best home cooked food we’ve ever had! But on that note, nothing beats Grandma’s cookin, and that’s what we’re about to have here at Tommy’s G-ma’s house, so I’ll sign off for now and we’ll see you tonight from the home of the world’s most famous groundhog, Punxsutawny, PA!!
Miah & TgT