I book shows for a lot of weekends at a beer garden near downtown, near where I used to live. Right behind it, next door and across the street are a bunch of recovery homes all around. Everyone here seems to live in perfect harmony because no sober leader lashes out at the beer garden for being what it is. It's a pretty telling thing about community when you see things like this. No one is pushing anyone else to do anything they don't want to do. There's no peer pressure here at all. So, it's very central to my perspective of what recovery or anything around it should be. More or less, the reality of it. When I used to live up the street, I would greet groups who were out for walks or whatever and they would also greet me. I will however say that in the back of my mind, that I treat them like the blind man's dog in that I don't do anything more than that. I'm sure they agree that the potential threat of external influence is still there and shouldn't be tempted. So, I keep to myself.