Autumn 2010

The last few weeks have been a wild and wonderful whirlwind. Our vehicles have traversed thousands of miles, and they show the signs of hours and hours of habitation. Such faithful steeds! The Road does go ever on and on for our traveling homes… The first half of October we spent in the northern climes of Virginia and Pennsylvania. For a few days in the midst of touring we settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where we had a beautiful time soaking in all the historical sites of the ancient colony. We also enjoyed prowling about the lovely, quaint downtown which sported many book shops, organic grocery stores, and cafés. We even got to jam with some fellow Christians in the sweet environment of the Blue Blinds Bakery.

From the North-East we drove straight for two days to Florida, where we performed for those coastal, sunny, beautiful regions. From Florida back to home. While we were home we filled our free hours by learning new Christmas arrangements of Carol of the Bells, Sing We Now of Christmas, and O Holy Night. There's certainly some fun new music coming for the Christmas tour! On All Saints Day we greatly enjoyed recording a new Christmas special for the sweet friends at Trinity Broadcasting Network. Keep an eye out for it on your TBN station this Christmas season.

The first of November we ventured out of the house once more for a marathon of concerts. Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, South Carolina. Windy mid-West plains to cold Northern woods to warm Southern coasts. Six concerts, two television shows, one full travel day in the course of nine days. We were blessed during this very busy schedule by the energetic crowds and generous hosts we met at every venue. Thanks guys for such great experiences!

Finally, we arrived safe at home in Nashville, Tennessee, where a free weekend in which to catch up on all the Annie Moses Band work, and decorate our home for the Nativity season awaits us. We do love these holy-days. A very happy Thanksgiving to you all…

~Camille Read more of Camille's writing here.