We arrived in Rochester after a trying drive for our drivers through the first snow of the year. It had warmed considerably, and we were performing on a beautiful college campus. I immediately took advantage of the facilities and took advantage of the track for some exercise. Then, the guys, once again, headed to a local diner. I think you're seeing the pattern here. While they were out, I played tennis with our Tour manager, Lott. Lott was quite the tennis player in high school, but he was merciful to me. It has probably been 10 years since I pieced up a racket, and another 5 before that. There was a great excitement for this show that had been sold out for a while. The VIP Q&A was warm and inviting, and we had a great church service with our tour pastor Nigel that really hit the spot for me. The show was high energy. We couldn't do the full production playing in the gym. (It reminded me of the Smells Like Teen Spirit video from Nirvana minus the cheerleaders.) However, the crowd was really into it. We did the newer version of the set we've been doing which allowed Mac to bring a fresh message around What Have You Got to Lose. It was a great day, that was a really nice way to end a run.