Westward Ho Folks

This blog chronicled (via a diary and photos) a trip that Terry and his wife Stefi took across the U.S. singing in nursing homes. The trip has since concluded and we are now living full-time for the Lord in a mission, serving the needy and homeless.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Tuxedo, New York

For those of you who are following our Westward Ho Tour, our first stop was at Tuxedo Place, in Tuxedo, New York. Christine Murphy is the Activity Coordinator there, and she greeted us at the door. The program itself went well considering there were very few attendees. Terry is still working on the tempo of Mack the Knife, and My Way (by Frank Sinatra) went over extremely well. Stefi was strong as usual, and she is enjoying Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walking” a little too much. That is because she always points at me during the part “these boots are gonna’ walk all over you.” From the show we drove to Black Bear campgrounds in upstate New York, and camped in Honey, where it poured for three days. It was cozy though, and we seem quite comfortable living in such close quarters...compared to the two-story home we just moved out of. Queenie (our Dogter) is under foot as usual.Our next performance is on June 6th at Schervier Place in Warwick, New York; I will be posting some pics and a little write-up.STAY TUNED !