It’s hard to believe that our Endless Caravan with Race the Tide’s Jesse Macht and James E. Smith, has come to an end. As they wrap up their tour in Denver, CO, they recounted some of their remarkable experiences, conversations and memories that will last a lifetime.

In Jacksonville, a variety of speakers and presenters took the stage. First up was an advocate from the St. John’s River Volunteer Program who spoke about the importance of environmentalism.

In Santa Fe, three speakers talked about health, routine and exercise for people above 40. Then Cassidy Freeman, a filmmaker impassioned by the art and influence of underground jazz talked about the importance of challenging oneself to set goals both spiritually and practically.

In Denton, Texas the owner of a local bar and artist activist space, Ben, jumped on stage to share his passion for both creating beer and creating a safe space for artists. Then Jesse’s girlfriend, Lindsay Wolf, joined the stage to host a breathing workshop that helps relieve stress through different techniques.

The musicians ended in Denver with an intimate gathering where all of the songs played throughout the tour were changed up a bit. James added harmonies to Jesse’s musings, and Jesse did the same with touches of added guitar to James’ offerings.

The evening and Endless Caravan tour with Sunsets At came to a close, as audience member, Lindsey took the stage to share about her work with the American Cancer Society .Her mother was diagnosed with Stage 4 cervical cancer for over 16 years. Lindsey spoke about the strength to survive, the struggle to stay strong, and the importance of activism towards a cure.

Everyone involved in this past week and the project at large, came together to create a month long adventure that was truly remarkable and unforgettable.

Thank you to everyone who has been following along and joining our events across the country! It’s been a journey that involves our entire community.

Stay tuned next week as we announce our next tour group on Airstream’s Endless Caravan!

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