|Saturday night we drove into old town Prescott after dinner just for something to do. It was a beautiful evening. The temperature was 77 degrees, with a sight breeze to help cool the end of another great day here in central Arizona. To our surprise the town square was filled with people for a free music concert complements of local musicians. We were told that during the summer months, June, July, and August, there are free concerts nightly offering everything from Jazz, to Blues, Blue Grass and Country, and even the occasional Classics from time to time; even carrioke nights for those who dare. The kids, and some adults, were dancing freely while onlookers clapped their hands or stomped their feet to the music’s rhythm while the dogs sat quietly waiting for the next stranger’s pat on the head. What a treat and delight for us! To top it all off as we were leaving, right there in the town’s square, high on a perch looking down on us was an owl sitting stately, offering us a sense of approval as we headed to our car… small towns rock!