In the early afternoon, we played for the residents at the Woodland Pond progressive care community, where Dacey's 92-year-old dad lives. We've played there several times now. Today for the first time, they broadcast our performance via closed-circuit TV, so the less mobile residents could watch us from another community hall, or even on TV in their own rooms. For a few songs, I played the baby grand piano they have there, instead of hauling in my electric piano. Even though my keys are weighted, a real piano definitely feels different and is a little harder to play.
In the late afternoon/early evening, we felt the need for some outdoor time, so on Joe's recommendation, we drove up to High Falls and clambered about on the rocks.