Fall leaves in Charlottesville. This was the afternoon before The Garage show.
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Below you’ll see the photos from the show at The Garage in Charlottesville, VA. It was a blast and we ate at Little John’s afterward - which Dylan has said many times on the road is his favorite sandwich shop. It’s sort of a Freebirds style sandwich shop. The second night in Charlottesville, we stayed with a friend of Dylan’s, Denise. She was so hospitable, and even sewed my button back on my coat. Thanks Denise.
the venue is actually a garage - everyone brought their blankets
Chris Campinelli(please correct my spelling) - a local talent - opened the show - fantastic!
Sam Bush - booking agent for The Garage
The show was fun and it’s neat to see these types of shows going on in places that are so far from Dallas. It’s encouraging that people want to hear good music, and support independent artists.
I love seeing this part of the country.
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Dylan played at The Garage tonight - located in Charlottesville, VA. (photos for that will be posted Friday). This town is home to the gorgeous campus of the University of Virginia. We got to stay with Sam Bush, the booking agent for The Garage. He lives with two other guys in “The Blue House”(see photos below). Today Sam, Dylan, Anna, and I took a 50 mile drive south to Swoope, VA to visit Polyface Farms. It was a very cool place to see. Very modest farm doing honest business, and raising healthy, hormone free animals. -Sara
Polyface Farms pictures
Look at that goose yelling at the dog!
This was the restaurant we ate at after the farm. I had hamburger steak, mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, two biscuits, and an unsweetened iced tea.
Dylan with Sam and Anna on the way back to Charlottesville, VA.