During this time of writing to John Mayer I've lived in New Mexico near White Sands National Park and the Trinity Site where the first nuclear bomb was exploded. It's also the place of the oldest known footprints on this continent. In the stars above the Big Bear and Little Bear Constellations, Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, form a 77 in the night sky, like the years that John Mayer and Bob Weir were born, in '47 and '77. John has been known to dress up in a bear suit. The photograph on the left of John in his orange (a color he wore so cutely at the beginning of his career) was taken at Stubb's Barbecue in Austin, Texas on 11 March 2000, before he went to NYC to sign his first record deal, and this on the very road where I would see him in person for the first time in 2010 on his Battle Studies Tour. So this one little bear says a lot about the extremely beautiful seismic activity of John's music.
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