First, if I may say so, the weather was problematic. I missed the first act or even act-and-a-half on Friday due to rain, and when I got there, it was muddy in spots, including in front of the stage. Perhaps for that reason, I took more photos of the stage and fewer close-ups of the performers this weekend. The mud remained for the duration of the weekend, and so did intervals of rain.
The band that night was De Temps Antan, a French Canadian band from nearby Quebec. They featured a topnotch fiddler, Andre Brunet.
The last group of the evening was Ecosse, an older group. They were fine but not lively enough for the closing set. They should have been the penultimate group and Searson should have been the ultimate band.
On Sunday, knowing there would be no significant stage lights, I didn't even take my camera. I know that seems odd, but I decided not to tempt myself to take photos which would only disappoint me. As it turned out, the skies opened, and we were soon moved to beat a somewhat hasty retreat to the dryness of home.