The Woo-Towners hit the road and have started their Highlands and Islands tour …and waving Woo goodbye for a while.
Trundling up the road in the Woo-Wagon, Luke shares excitement about the tour, and waves a copy of their latest (brilliant) album “Home at last” with a picture of Whittington Tump on the front.
(Whittington Tump is an ancient monument in a setting just off the M5 motorway that let’s Woo-Towner’s know that they are, indeed, home. There is evidence of prehistoric activity in the area but it is known to be an Anglo-Saxon mound).
They are on the Wooed again – approaching Skye “Good morning Mr. Skye” as this happy bunch start their 2022 tour of bonny Scotland.
Looking at the gig-guide they will not be in Scotland for a long time, but they always love the people, scenery and “the crack” of bringing their miles of smiles and foot-tapping fun to an audience.
Next sighting of the Woos was at on the banks of the gorgeous Lock Lomond as they settle down for the night in a stunningly beautiful landscape before the work begins – if you count work as bringing love and fun of Woo-Town music (Woosic) to eager audiences.
A drive of around 350 miles they deserve a rest and what a place to chill for the night.
Next stop …Isle of Mull.