Friday, November 07, 2008

This may be the last of the fall color. Trees cast their shadows across the bottoms at Roslyn Retreat Center. Beyond the trees is the Kanawa Canal, which George Washington was a partner in, and beyond it the James River.

Most of the fall color has been blown to the ground during rain and wind this past week.

The center is situated on a beautiful bluff above the river. It is a wonderful place spend time, pull away from routines and schedules, and enjoy a time of reflection.

Susan Hayes of the Hayes-Brown Project performs before the photo wall of other artists who have played at the Daily Grind. The center photo is one Wahokia took outside Budapest during a celebration of the 1,100th anniversary of the founding of Hungary.

Paul Layton, left, with his granddaughter Shannon, Jenine Jarrar and her father Sam during the Hayes-Brown concert at the Daily Grind.

David Brown of the Hayes-Brown Project often performs in his bare feet.

Allison Jarrar, left, with her daughter Jenine during the Friday evening concert.

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