The band at the Tin Roof, as seen through the lens of a hanging bicycle
Upstairs at the Roof
Backstage in a bar . . . I spent so many nights gazing out from that vantage point . .
I don't know what you call this guy, but I found him in the window
Dena Gassner, who runs the Nashville GRASP group and the Center for Understanding. She hosted me in Nashville at her conference.
Dena's friend John, who knows where to go in Nashville
One of the buildings near the bookstore where I met folks Friday
A street scene in Nashville
This is the front of the church where I spoke Saturday
And now we're back in the bar, with John on the right
The town circle by night
Landmark books, where I left some signed copies of my new book for anyone who missed the conference. Look Me in the Eye was all sold out.
Now it's Sunday, and I'm a thousand miles away in Canada. Tuesday I speak at St Joe in Philadelphia, and then it's off to Colorado, for talks in Boulder and Denver.