The gypsy-swinging, serenading four-piece band Caravan of Thieves spends most of the year playing large music festivals and big-city concerts nationwide, but always finds time in their busy schedule for a stop in Brookings.
“It’s like an oasis in the middle of our tour; the people are lovely, the area is beautiful,” said singer/guitarist Carrie Sangiovanni.
Her husband Fuzz, who sings and plays guitar and percussion, is more succinct.
Bob Terault, left, Greg Duncan and Ron Griswald reminisce as they talk about the trains that brought the three together — and that are sent to disadvantaged children, most recently to an orphanage in Honduras. The Pilot/Jane Stebbins
Dr. Greg Duncan of Crescent City has been taking trips to Central America for the past seven years, providing his orthopedic surgical services to kids who live in shelters and orphanages.
Some of it’s routine: a broken leg, a torn rotator cuff.