After being rained out last week, we had the chance to return to a great venue on Lake Murray in Chapin, SC. Beautiful spot on the lake, but during the summer months in South Carolina, it can become brutally hot and humid. Due to those conditions, we had avoided playing here since 2014, but a new promoter contacted us and made us a very good offer for two dates early enough in the season that we felt we could avoid the harsh summer. Rear view of the venue. The Rusty Anchor is the full service restaurant on the left, and Catfish Johnny's is the bar to the right. We play on the dock area in front of the bar. Some guys make a big mess behind the stage. The setup dance can be ugly at times. Pretty cool Bud Light poster. Hours were 6 to 10, so we only had the sun in our faces for about an hour. One of my favorite photos for every gig, wondering what I will choose to play. Schroeder 2 x 12, Schroeder 4 x 10 powered by the Genz Benz Streamliner. Not a bad setup. Pedro from South of the Border (you have to travel I-95 to appreciate him) presides over Godzilla, Robbie and Bender. I pray that lightning never hits near us. Our drummer would be toast. I was told that I had to include a guitar rig picture to make it a valid report. Intro to ...you guessed it Copperhead Road, so I get a break from playing for a verse, Barry gets to clap and I get ready to do my best Steve Earle. Daylight picture, and I'm really happy (not blue) taken by some friends. Our point of view as we are packing up. Really nice night. Temperature was in the 70's with a nice breeze off of the lake. Thanks for checking out my report. I appreciate no complaining about the lack of babes in bikini pics and the lack of food photos. We had to rush to get setup as you saw there was another act prior to us that wasn't in a hurry to pack up or move. Keep it low bros and catch you next week !