Yesterday I played Taps at the Gustine National Cemetery for my Parents Veterans day Motorcycle run. There were 170 Motorcycles and over 220 people. Many of the Members were a part of the military prior to this, and many of them greatly appriciated it. I played out towards the reflection pool, and the monument for the Unknown Soldier. My sound echo'd into the hills and really brought tears to the eyes of many. I also played the Solo From American Elegy at the Castle Air Base in Atwater. There was a person there doing interviews for the newspaper since this is such a big run. The photographer took many pictures of me before, while, and after I was done playing. She then asked me my name, how Old I was, and how long I have been playing. Many of the Bikers thanked me afterwards, saying that they really appriciated me playing for them. They said it really meant alot and that What I had was special. A few of them were even trumpet players and said keep it up, you'll get where you want to be, no doubt. It was really an amazing experience.