The stage is all set for the house concert - Anthony Toner and Phil Jenkins are soundchecked...
Warrenstock fans arrive and take their seats in the meadow, looking up to the front of the beautiful 19th century farmhouse that is home to Marilyn and Warren and their family.
Poet, songwriter, author and journalist Phil Jenkins in fine voice - Anthony accompanying
A couple of hours in, night has fallen and the creeping things have started to come out - calling for some fancy footwork from Anthony between chord progressions as the bugs start to bite...
All good parties end in the kitchen, they say, and Warrenstock is no exception - this kitchen jam session with Anthony & Phil delivered some Randy Newman, some Terry Allen, some Lyle Lovett, a blues or two, and most notably, a lovely rendition of Mark Knopfler's Romeo & Juliet.
Here are our dear friends and gracious hostsMarilyn and Warren, pictured with Andrea and I on our heartsick last morning in the Gatineau as we called to say goodbye til next year. Andrea and I are pining already.
The host of the whole affair relaxes on his own lawn in good company and a glass of wine as the music gets underway and the suns starts to set. What could be nicer?
Anthony and Phil knock out the tunes as night comes on at Warrenstock.
The beautiful backdrop to Warrenstock - always a visual feast for the eyes as well as the ears.
Anthony reads a short piece of prose between the songs during the Warrenstock celebrations.