Posted by: Barbara Evanhoe | September 13, 2010

Full Circle

Just one year ago, Keith and I were on vacation in New Mexico, and happened upon the enchanting little town of Jemez Springs. We stayed overnight at the Jemez Mountain Inn, and were graciously given the opportunity to play a show at Los Ojos Restaurant and Saloon, just across the street.

That town and show were part of the inspiration for what has now become our lifestyle – that of traveling musicians living in our fifth wheel – playing for drinks and tips wherever the road may lead us.

It is therefore very fitting that just one year from our first show in Jemez Springs, we will be on stage at Los Ojos once again, this Friday, September 17th, from 5-7 p.m.

We are looking forward to the show, and invite anyone in the area to attend.

The owners of Los Ojos, Brian and Olga Appell, run a top-notch establishment. They and their staff make you feel like family, and you will find on the menu, the best home-made tamales and chile rellenos we have ever tasted, along with a long list of other culinary delights.

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  1. Go Guys!!!!

    • Hope all is well with you in El Dorado ~ we are rehearsing for the show, and will let you know how it goes. Wish you could be there!

  2. Hi Barbara and Keith – I’ll look forward to hearing about your travels here! You’ll be missed at Winfield, but am glad to hear that you’ll be having some music. Best wishes for your show on the 17th! Susan

    • We are thinking of you and the crew at the Walnut Valley Festival. Have a fabulous time, and play one for us!


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