Summer Tour 2016: Catherine Hill Winery

Another slow, lazy morning. I made eggs and sweet potatoes on the campstove for breakfast.  Here's a thing about the campground:  there are no showers. So late morning, we went down the road to use coin-operated showers to make ourselves presentable for an afternoon winery gig. We were amused by the graffiti board (sample:  "$2 saved my marriage").

We went for a leisurely walk at Wild Gardens, then drove about an hour to the Catherine Hill Winery in Cherryfield.

The owners of this place are so friendly, but the space is very small, so we had to keep the music very quiet. Much to my surprise, the owners' grandson, wearing some heavy metal-themed t-shirt, seemed to really like our music. His dad (the owners' son) actually knew the Kathleen Edwards song we played; I could see him mouthing the words. It's so rare to find people who know her music, which is a shame! During our break, we chatted some with him, and also with a couple from Texas.

After we finished playing and packed up, we hung out with the winery owners and their friends for one last glass of wine and some AMAZING goat cheese and crackers.

Then we went to the Spring River Lake swimming area for a very quick dip. On the way back to the campground, we stopped at Hannaford's to pick up some breakfast stuff for the next day. We didn't feel like cooking, so we got takeout pizza from Rosalie's and ate in front of the campfire.