This month marks ten years that our family has called Lake County home. One of my favorite things about living here is the certainty that you are bound to run into people you know. While attending a live music event this week, we were jokingly accused of stalking one of the musicians and a fellow attendee. Of course, they were stalking us. The truth is, for all the music lovers in Lake County, odds are our paths will cross more often than not. But, no matter where I go, I’m bound to find someone I know, whether it’s at the grocery store, my favorite restaurant, or going for a walk in my neighborhood. It’s small-town living at its best. I remember thinking how strange it was that everyone seemed to know everyone else when we first moved here. But now I think it’s the only way to live, and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Since I’m talking about music, rumor has it that Groovy Judy is back in town at Richmond Park Bar and Grill this weekend. I had the pleasure of hearing her for the first time in Kelseyville a couple of weeks ago, and boy can I tell you, she is groovy and well worth your time. On other matters, this week we wrap up our camping series as we go Boondocking in Lake County. Yes, the adventures continue . . . Whatever your plans are, I hope it involves at least one live music event in Lake County. Have a great weekend, neighbors!