The music brought us to the Green Bay Botanical Gardens last Sunday. The beauty took our breath away.
I’ll add introducing me to that lovely, peaceful place as another reason I’m grateful to the Mile of Music team, producers of the excellent Grass Roots Festival.
We showed up right at noon for the seven-hour event, and felt lucky enough to set our chairs up on the lawn and settle in for an afternoon of Bluegrass, Roots, Americana and Folk music.
Then, in between the Raglanders and Burnt Toast and Jam, I got up and strolled around a bit. A few steps in, I realized I should have brought my camera, but I pulled out my cellphone and did the best I could.
I lost track of time as I wandered through those beautiful gardens, and I can’t wait to go back.
If you haven’t already filled your calendar for the next three days, I highly recommend a Labor Day Weekend visit.
Thanks very much to the Botanical Gardens for your hospitality and to the creative folks at Mile of Music for the invitation.
I’m looking forward to attending more MoM events, and I will definitely return to the Botanical Gardens.
As I mentioned, I snapped a photo or two…