Friday, January 02, 2009

Penny the Brit says...

"Happy New Year.

You are invited to a "Back to the 60's" party on Sunday, February 8.

I decided that if I was going to turn 60 I was going to do it in style. 60's style.
So, dig into the backs of your closets and find all those wonderful gear and get yourselves down to Laughlin, Nevada.


Hopefully the weather will be warm enough by then to use the pool.
I guess the saddest thing for some will be that there will be no light beer. Didn't exist back then. Sorry about that.


We have four extra bedrooms. Six couches and a lot of floor space. There's also the fifth wheel with a bed and pull-out couch. And there are many hotel rooms to be had in the local casinos.

Help me re-live my youth, and have a lot of fun doing it.

Hope you can make it. Later that week there is the annual Bluegrass festival along the river. Pass the invite on. I don't have everyone's e-mail address."

Email me if you want her phone and email address!

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

He's got yer squirell.....




Right here! Got up this mornin' and this guy was perched on a boat in the yard. Haven't seen a crow, seagull, or pigeon all day. I was wonderin' why there was bird carcass all over the dock when I got home.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Is It Fest Time?


Pics from the Delta
















Wayy too much fun.





I was gonna come say Hi Larue, but family took over, and then had to head back down the river.

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Wierd, Just Wierd

Both Manning's are in.

Roethlisberger's concussed.

McNabb's still alive (old guys rock).

My Guy Favre's out.

So are the Pats.

And there's them other teams I know nothing about. Hell, I don't even know who their QB's are . . . .

Go Giants, Eagles or Colts.

Kick the ball thru the net, onto the backboard and off the ice by gawd!

In a MANLY fashion, too.

I still can't believe there's football in Tennesse, North Carolina or Atlanta. Hell, at least Stabler spent a year or so with the Saints . . . long ago. That's legit.

Harumph.

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Hope everybody had a good holiday. Just got back from the up the delta over every drawbridge, Christmas with Mom, Aunt Barbara, Buddy and his family, Julie and her family and assorted farm animals, down the delta over every drawbridge, bike Golden Gate Park and Aquatic Park, Embarcadero, head down the coast Christmas ramble. For those who care..... Johnny C's in Isleton is empty with a 'For Lease' sign on it, there's a new Irish pub, Tiernan's, at Fishermans Wharf, the Hawaiian joint by the Cowboy surf shop in HMB is gone, and my mom has wild turkeys in her new backyard (which is kinda cool!)

Haole Makahiki Hou!

I'll post some pics as soon as I get to a connection that will!

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