Wednesday, February 25, 2009

St. Augustine and on photos!










Riding up the east coast we broke 1,000 miles!
We yelled in celebration and took a picture to remember that we made it this far!















Our show at art of coffee in cocoa beach.
Though it was an intense show and a long
hectic day of biking we made it through.













Justin and Patty








We biked a long two days then played a show and did a workshop on community organizing at Loose Screws in St. Augustine. An interesting city, we met so many amazing people - mnay thanks to kris and terry for organizing and hosting the event. If you are ever in St. Augustine go support loose screws, this amazing music store/ video rental/ awesome used clothing store and space for music and political activism- everything that was needed in the community has a space at www.loosescrews.net










at loose screws.

next we made it to Jacksonville where we did a workshop for little kids, and one for teens at the main Library. At 3 years old, it is one of the coolest libraries i have ever seen (and i've seen my fair share) The children's section had a theater with a mechanical owl that tells stories, fun animal shaped furniture, and a hallway with 3d blades of grass that you walk through. If I were a kid in Jacksonville, it's the only place I would hang out. The little kids played rocking' drums and percussion with us and the teens did some spoken word etc. with us. A shout out to the Zombie house for giving us a place to stay and cook, and the great game of scrabble with the home made board.









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