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The Last Day...lets get to it!

Posted by Sharon Armstrong on Sun, 03/07/2010 - 16:30

The Quote of the Morning so far has come from Karen, a fiddler from Wicklow.

"Sharon has just woke up, and she can't find her clothes again."

I have no idea what she means by that, because she and I are sharing the same room, but I must admit that last night got a bit hazy around about 5 AM. Again. And we are still looking for Eamonn...

What a night though. I think that one of the best things about festivals is the music that takes place after the official festival shuts down for the day.

I do remember a few things though...kinda sorta...involving the party upstairs on the 9th floor of the hotel. Were the Cape Bretoners really were dancing on the tables?...and was the best tune I heard all night was a duet between Paul Kelly, from the David Munnelly Band, and Tony? Tony Who? I have no idea - did I say it was getting really late? - but their version of the Harry Nilsson classic 'Put The Lime in the Coconut' will never ever leave me.

Ok, now for the long walk downstairs. I hear they have breakfast down there.