The first night of the Mount Dora Blues and Grove Festival was Friday. So, I got to bed late. And, was looking for a folding chair. Mine broke, Friday. Hefty fella that I am, I cannot put all of my weight on one arm rest when getting up. No chairs at Publix, or a nearby hardware store. On the Wekiva River from Katies Landing at 10:42.
Landed at 3:50. A Dollar General on the way to Mount Dora had folding chairs. All the same light weight design as the one I broke. I'll be careful until I get a fat man's chair. One other problem. The sleeve used for carrying is tight and not opaque. An observant person could see I had two Miller Lites. I had sure I turned it towards my body when passing police officers and ticket takers. Glad I kept the broken chair sleeve. Plenty of room for a couple of beers and frozen water to keep them cool
I heard the first band, Jeff Howell, as I walked in. This is Paul Stottguitar player
Checking the Yak Dave Mobile between sets
They were good, but, I was on a lake, with my kayak, and sunset was approaching
Yes, that is banjo music
This is about how it would be with the naked eye.
If there are canons, I will take a picture.
Landed at 8:20
A big chair to fill in the blues world with the loss of B.B. King
Next performer, Buddy Blue
I have a lot more video. Someday, if I ever catch up on the one month Yak Tales backlog, I may add them. Several, plus some from Friday night, are on my Facebook page.