CT 2017 – The Epilogue

Tour is officially over, and it was our biggest challenge yet. We have so many thank-yous to give out:
· To everyone who came out to the shows,
· To all of the bands that devoted their time and energy into helping us,
· To the kind and generous people that hosted and fed us,

Thank you, from the deepest corners of our hearts. Our tour would not have been nearly as successful without your support and consideration, and we are beyond grateful. And, thank you to our bassist, Victoria, for her energy and work in joining us on this journey.

We will be taking a short hiatus this fall, but we will have videos to share with you of our month-long excursion across the country.

Much love,
Alea, Jeremiah, Patrick

CA 2017 ` Day 6

Early morning this one was. We woke up in Regina to a wonderful porridge made by the illustrious patriarch of the Crowe family, Bob. DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELICIOUS. They also provided a lovely little care package for us to consume from. The drive from Regina to Winnipeg definitely wasn’t as bad as previous drives from the trip, as we were able to spot some trees and whatnot. I was even able to spot the McDonalds we went to from the tour we did two years ago. Interesting how you can remember some things but not other, more important things, like names and birthdays and social security numbers. Many naps were had in the backseat of the Caravan, but eventually, we woke up to the beautiful view of Winnipeg’s gorgeous gray, rectangular apartments. But on a more serious note, there are some lovely little neighbourhoods in the suburbs of Winnipeg. After loading our personals into the house we are staying in, we went to a tasty vegan burger restaurant, just down the street from the venue we played in. I had the sweet Thai burger, which provided some freshness that Ritz peanut butter cracker/sandwich/whatsits are unable to provide. After a delicious dinner, we loaded in our gear to The Handsome Daughter, which was much bigger than expected! The drumkit that was provided was UUUGE. So many parts to it, all of which I wanted Jer to incorporate, none of which he did. The other bands were fantastic; made me very jealous to be honest. Oh well. Can’t be a guitar god everywhere.