This is a post I made on Facebook this morning. There was no doubt this day would appear sometime , and now.it is only three days until it rises up and I am not sure how to convey my feelings about it's finally coming. It is often said by many in a similar situation how hard t is to say goodbye to true friends that you consider as brothers. I am not going to say anything that is different, because it is an actual fact that I will be performing for the last time with Hundred Acres, and it is way hard. The show starts at 9pm at O'Mainnin's Pub in Bristol on State Street next to Macado's. There are no issues between us, no drama involved at all. It is just time to hang it up. My health situation continues to decline making it increasingly difficult to get up on stage. My wonderful friends at Blue Cross and the charade of an appeals system that is designed to put you off until you either give up or die continue to prevent my having surgery that can help me. I want to say to my brothers of Hundred Acres, it has been a blast sharing the stage with you. I am going to miss you, and I wish you all the success that you can have. Thanks for letting an old man live a dream.