Though our days, nights, and conversations are filled with the topic of Mule Springs Farm, we are still finding time to play music.
In late April we had an unseasonably warm Saturday to gather around the great oak at the barn and play old time fiddle tunes with West Virginia fiddler Jim Ketterman and our Washington friends Tim and Laurie Southworth.
Some of the best relationships in life are rich and complicated. Tim and Laurie not only play music with us, but they also build our dreams. They brought the old barn from a standing skeleton to a fully functioning structure, and in late June they will begin working with us again on the next big project – the building of our home.