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Across the prairies & around the greatest lake!

To a Caledon campground for a night of catch-up and laundry at the south end of the Georgian Bay. What a great couple of weeks on the highway I’ve had so far! Thanks to everyone who’s made it out to the shows across the prairies and thru northwestern Ontario this month, your support has been inspiring and I’m having more fun than a man has a right to expect. I’m next on stage this Monday, July 26, 2010, at the fabulous Moonshine Cafe located at 137 Kerr Street in beautiful Oakville, ON, and I’m very much looking forward to the return visit and the chance to see friends old and new at one of my favorite stops along the never-ending highway. Here’s hoping you’re able to join us for dinner and the show on Monday night if you’re in the neighborhood, and thanks again for your support!

With shows on Tuesday night at Toronto, and Wednesday night at Montreal, the adventure continues, with ‘The Wander Man Revisits’ 2010 coast-to-coast-in-Canada tour scheduled for stops into a variety of events and venues across the eastern provinces and the maritimes between now and mid-August. I’m looking forward to meeting new friends as we’re scheduled to visit a bunch of new places prior to pointing the Safari west to work our way back home, and I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to share my music with the good neighbours in eastern Canada. Thanks again to everyone for the hospitality and the support, I look forward to performing for you and to a howdy and shake at the end of the show!

Having traveled a fair piece with my guitar, it’s become extremely difficult to identify ‘favorites’ when it comes to places where I’ve been fortunate to spend time on stage, however from time to time some places will make a bigger impression than others, and while I’m not one to drop names I do want to mention that the folks in Lloydminster, SK, and Wawa, ON, know how to get down and have themselves a party as well as any I’ve seen! Count me among the biggest fans of a pair of the warmest and most hospitable little places in Canada, and I’m hoping that the many new friends I’m fortunate to have made there read this note, as I’m sure looking forward to getting back to both places again real soon!

Thanks again to everybody for being there, from the waitresses at all of the truck stops to the friends on the dance floor, I appreciate your love and support far more than I could ever say! To you and yours, from me and mine, I wish you the very best and nothing less, and with love and solidarity, I remain your loyal friend, the 12-string troubadour.

TH, 7/24/10