Orange Risdon was a property surveyor in the first 1800s, doing work for the federal government plotting away the largely unmapped condition of Michigan. He ultimately settled right now there, founding a little rural community he called Saline following the wealthy salt deposits remaining right now there by unruly seas in bygone eras. His bone fragments continued to be untouched until his soul of exploration and archaic cartography was resurrected from the positive youthful songwriter Mike Goodale and his cynical friend Zac Johnson. The tunes they built rang with the original folk simpleness of the sooner ages, but electrical guitars hummed softly within their ears. Understanding complete well that two guys were not more than enough for an executing of the magnitude, the duo combed through Ann Arbor’s music community, searching for just the kindest of bassists and drummers, counting on just their wits and an assortment of costly tequila and inexpensive Rolling Rock beverage to steer them. Fortunately, Naming Mary/Dapsyche/Musical Geniuses’ bassist Jamnes Welshons and firefighter/percussionist Martin Juarez responded to the call. In order to catch their acoustic-based American pop on record, they documented a five-song EP, entitled Sea Floor, in fall of 2001, and from then on, their lives had been hardly ever quite the same.