The second weekend in March found me joining a group of folks gathered for the annual Acquarianfest. This event brings together a variety of musicians from single acoustic/singer acts to groups of several singers and players on stage. For five hours + many tunes from the old rock and folk eras are heard by an appreciative crowd – many of which have been coming for multiple years and some from the beginning of this musical decade. Ron Green still heads up this event, and along with the help of family and friends has been pulling musicians from as far as Chicago to gather together to celebrate friendship and the music of tie-dye and bell bottoms. A few folks that used to come or participate are no longer traversing this earth and we miss their company. I met up with a digital console at the venue that was new to me, but with the help of the house sound guy we got things set up and the rest of the evening went pretty smoothly and seemed to send everyone home having had a good time listening and meeting old (and possibly some new) friends. Thanks Ron, and I hope and pray there are many years yet to come.