It is so relaxing to be here…
…relaxing in the sun and listening to bluegrass and mountain music.
After a few hours of sitting, reading, and listening to delightful music, I took my camera for a walk around the grounds.
The osprey (or whatever kind of bird it was) noisily left the nest as I walked under it.
I was taking it the scenery around me, including people and campers and was not prepared with my camera.
The tide was out, so people were clamming on the mud flats.
There were also egrets and sea gulls taking advantage of the food in the mud.
I love the variety of scents in a campground – especially when there are pine trees.
This walk through the grounds brought me to the back of the stage where there were preparations for the next show.
A lunch must for me at this festival is a lobster roll. Oh, yum!
Cerwin does not like lobster, but looks forward to a sausage sandwich with all the fixings.
At first I thought this kite was a strange bird.
It is nice to have time to sit and look up to the sky.
It was a warm, sunny day, so hats were part of the dress code for many.
The Quebe (Kway-bee) sisters were one of our favorite groups. They are from Texas and sing a variety of western swing, vintage country, and bluegrass, along with very good fiddling.
I love to read a good book with bluegrass in the background – sometimes reading, sometimes listening.
This kind of relaxing is good for my body and soul.