Grand Prairie, Texas 1 Nov. 2012

We all had an amazing dinner Halloween night in Denver at The Kitchen.  From beginning to end, everything was remarkable.  I won't go to great detail just saying this is another 'don't miss' when in Denver, 1530 16th Street.

With bags packed we bid a fond adieu to Denver, a wonderful city, always loved it and felt I could easily live there. We spent four good days, had two great shows and several grand meals.. etc., everyone had a splendid stay in the mile high city surrounded by the majestic Rockies.  I hereby award Denver the best re-visited city of this tour.

Aboard the Legacy for a sushi fueled hour long flight, landing in Arlington, Texas and driving to Grand Prairie, all towns on the outskirts of the vast and sprawling Dallas/Ft.Worth.  Our show was at the Verizon Theatre, all tiered seating and more shallow than the usual arena.  I didn't recall ever playing in Texas with Mark, though Guy says we did in 2001 and I'm sure he's correct.  In any case it has been a long time and this Texas audience was great to us.  

Following our portion of the show, Mark played a couple with Bob, Girl From The North Country and Things Have Changed.  

Then.... massive amounts of Texas b.b.q'd ribs were devoured.

So long,