I had a good set at Flint Hill Farm on Sunday afternoon, a sparkling fall day.  I sat in with the folks from Godfrey’s Irish Seisiun, and enjoyed figuring out the progression on these fine tunes.  I moved out to the front of the barn for my set, and played for families, horses, etc.  I remarked that there was linearity of farm topics, starting with Shoe that Fly, Chicken, Blue Mule, etc.  I played very well, and kept it real.  A good set of music.