...We arrived shortly before sundown and a “neighbor” came over and introduced himself and offered us hot soup that they had just made. That pretty much set the tone for the festival. A few days later we were invited over for a pre-dinner glass of wine by our other neighbors Misty and Art, a 60-something couple from Northern California who were there in their R.V. — on the advice of their nephew who apparently runs raves in Miami. They had a great time and also offered us dinner — an offer we politely declined...

 


© Sheila Masson, 2001


ECHO: Volume 3 Issue 2
Levitz: In the Footsteps of Eurydice * Kassabian: Ubiquitous Listening * Draughon and Knapp: Mahler and the Crisis of Jewish Identity * Musical Perspectives on September 11 * Anne Elise Thomas: Reflections on September 11
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