Our final show of tour was tonight. It’s an exhausting and exciting thought. Over the past half a year or so, we’ve been slowly piecing together this amazing journey and today was the last day.
The day began with a generous breakfast provided by our incredible accommodations. Afterwards, we spent some time lounging around the house on a few comfortable couches before heading out and hitting up the local thrift stores. We talked a lot about going to thrift stores on this trip and we finally scored the chance to go to a few today. At the first one, Alea nabbed some more dog-themed memorabilia and I found a 7” and a wood frame for cheap. The owner struck up a conversation with me and it ended up boiling down to him taking a picture in front of his store with all three of us. The thrift stores in Cranbrook had a lot of interesting knick-knacks which we definitely took advantage of before heading back to the house to unwind a little more before the show. Taking a cat nap and checking our social media, we took a load off and had a lovely pasta dinner before packing the car and heading to The Byng.
Upon loading in, Alea and Patrick fulfilled their Dairy Queen craving and stopped there for a pre-show snack. The stage was decent and the audience was great. I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: we are grateful and incredibly lucky to have had the response that we’ve had on this tour.
Before we knew it, our sets were over and we had capped off our first BIG tour with The Good In Everyone. Now, we get some rest before the long drive home that really doesn’t even phase us anymore.