reaaal quiet but not silent

I got to spend the weekend in a place called Bayfield, played a show, and spent some good time outside. I was also reminded what it’s like to stand in the total darkness with no street lights or fires or planes or anything else. A car would pass by every now and then, but that’s it. It reminded me of walking home in NS from a good friends house just down the way about 10 minutes. A good chunk of the walk would be in near total blackness, and as a kid it never bothered me. I knew what was in the woods and wasn’t afraid of it. Whenever I do that walk now though I get super freaked out. I’m spoiled by the perpetual light here all the time, and it’s been a bit too long since I’ve been in those woods. Anyway, here’s what it sounded/looked like on Saturday.


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