July 2, 2010 Gratefulfest, Garretsville, Ohio
Moonalice poster Alexandra Fischer
According to Moonalice legend, Nelson Ledges serves as an object lesson for members of our tribe. It was here that the tribe had its first and only experience working at a quarry. Many years ago, our forefathers saw a job listing for work at Nelson Ledges Rock Quarry, and being bass players, they assumed that a rock quarry was a clever name for a music venue. That’s true today, but back then rock meant stone, not music. Hard work does not come naturally to our tribe, so the quarry turned out to be an important lesson. The Rock & Water Hall of Fame right over there serves as a permanent reminder that work is for other people.
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