The Misadventures of Led Zeppelin: Chapter 10"You think the storm's blown over, Rob?" Jonesy asked Robert Plant, who gazed at the heavy black clouds that took over the sky.More Like This
"I don't know...I haven't heard a crack of thunder in awhile at least." He said.
"They say the seconds you count from the last crack you hear is how many miles the storm is away from you. If you don't hear it for long, it means it's changing course. If you hear it rapidly, it's only getting closer..." Jonesy said, but Page cut him off.
"I don't think that applies when you're IN the storm, Jonesy..."
"It just might..." He said. Anything could happen now, they had to be prepared for anything lady nature threw at them, they certainly didn't expect her before.
"You think we're ever gonna land, Robert?" Bonzo brought up. Being stuck here forever, everything that goes up has to eventually come down. And they would, dead or alive.
"Of course we will! Don't even go there now..." Said Robert, who had encouraged this group the whole way through despite having doubts him
The Misadventures of Led Zeppelin: EpilogueThe tour dragged on for longer than they expected, new dates being added, more stops, growing crowds. Even with the chaos, they couldn't help to think about back home every once in awhile they could. Back on England land, their own homes, their own beds. Their families who they haven't seen for who knows how long. The time to revisit the memories was short, they could only dream about it at night. Thinking people dreamed about living their lives was insanity to the group. Sure there was money, sure there was fame. Sure there were those massive crowds, but everyone was a stranger. The fun part of it all was just walking outside alone and exploring the world around them. See such sights that influenced them in a way that nothing else could. Their real lives thousands of miles away. Back at England they could go out and find something amazing...More Like This
"Jimmy..." It was late in the night, Robert just wanted someone to talk to after being awake for so long. Though surrounded by masses most of the