Good morning to you all. It appears that the floods are beginning to subside and you can safely put your paddles away. I think you may actually be able to go out and mow your yards.
Even with another week of on and off rain it ended up rather well and there were more than a few actual sightings of the sun that provided us with a few memorable sunsets. One of the great things about thunderstorms is that the clouds that accompany them assist in creating spectacular evenings. And this week did have its moments.
As we approached the weekend it was still touch and go as the weather forecast turned from sunny to a potential of late afternoon or evening Saturday showers. It was not a very surprising forecast but a few of us were hoping that the storms would hold off until Sunday. You see the third and final of the 2013 Land Trust Three Caves Jazz concerts was scheduled for Saturday evening and many were looking to enjoy to the smooth vibes of Saxophonist Tom Braxton under the stars. Neither Mother Nature nor Mr. Braxton disappointed the packed out crowd. I say this every time I get the opportunity to enjoy a concert at the caves but this is a natural and enchanting venue. I do believe, though, that this was the one concert not to have missed. With the caves magically light behind him, Tom put on an exceptional show. Unfortunately for those of us that are addicted to the 3 Caves experience, we will have to wait till 2014 for the next series of concerts. Until then … Enjoy!!!!
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~ dK ~