10 Dec Epilogue
If you have been following along with my account of how I got the chance to perform in England and Iceland, thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed the story. I apologize that it went on for so many chapters, but from my perspective, a lot of wonderful things happened on that trip and I wanted to keep it to small digestible amounts.
I ended my last facebook post with “The End”, but as Hans pointed out, we really hope that it is not the end. We’d love to get the chance to perform together again and are keeping our eyes open and our ears to the ground for opportunities. In fact, Hans was trying to arrange for me to be a part of a performance there in Belgium, but as is usually the case, there just wasn’t the budget to bring over someone from the States. Likewise, it looks like I’ll be performing at a big event in Kansas, but they don’t have the resources to bring over the gang from Europe.
But we are hopeful that it will happen again someday. None of us are independently wealthy, so we can’t bankroll a geocaching music concert ourselves, but we are resourceful, flexible and know how to travel cheap. We just need that perfect alignment of the stars to happen again and we’ll be there. At some point there’ll be a perfect opportunity and a champion or two.
Until then, we are open to ideas and creative suggestions. If you wanna stay in the know about any future gigs or happenings, you can Email or check out the following places:
Bugsy Travels and the Ammo Boxes Facebook page
Until then, thanks once more to everyone who made this possible and Happy Geocaching everyone!
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