It’s good to be able to amuse each other, especially when you are remotely situated. If a visitor were to land at this cabin, he’d be taken with his hosts’ ability to pick, strum and harmonize, even if there’s nobody holding down the bottom end. Positivity, devotion and frolics with nature are impressions Grassmarket leave, but minimal percussion and dominant upper register are the most lasting. One catchy riff introduces a tune comparing a young lady to a Sable Island pony, hopefully for wind-blown hair, not hips. The songs are the opposite of depressing, which can be a good thing, the visitor supposes.