Monday, June 27, 2016

Geography Div (Drink Up subsection)

From one of the aspiring Mini-bears (very owl-like). Seems like "Jack" is pretty much the choice, eh?

H/T  - -  JS

Saturday, June 25, 2016

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div

This weekend is the Black Hills Bluegrass Festival, Trinity River is one of the featured acts.
Here they are doing the old Pure Prairie League song Aimee.

The Players;
Mike Harris, Guitar
Lisa Harris, Bass 
Sarah Harris, Mandolin
Josh Harris, Banjo
Brianna Harris, Fiddle

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Some days ya gotta just wonder. Div

It's often said that the police don't catch the bad guys because the police are smart; they catch 'em because the bad guys are stupid.
Here's a guy with a lead-pipe cinch of an alibi that really blows it.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div (Road Trip subsection)

After just completing another road trip, this seemed appropriate. The Boxcars doing It's Just a Road."

The Boxcars: Adam Steffey -  Mandolin, Ron Stewart - Banjo Keith Garrett - Guitar, Harold Nixon - Bass and 
Gary Hultman - Resophonic Guitar

Monday, June 13, 2016

Geography Div (Road trip subsection)

Well, here we are heading thru Colorado on our way back to the beautiful Black Hills. Not sure of the route, but this does give one pause.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div (Road Trip subsection)

We're heading back to the Black hills from Arizona. I love road trips. Probably a result of having done so many in my childhood and travels while in the service. Always remember staying at "Mom and Pop" establishments on those family vacations. Hard to find them any longer.
Anyway, here's The Moonlight Motor Inn, written by John Malcom Penn and done by a group from Big Fork, Montana.

Leftover Biscuits: Rudy Urban: Banjo,  Jim Sticka: Guitar and Chad Fadely: Mandolin 

Saturday, June 4, 2016

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div (Georgia subsection)

Well, my sweetie and I are off to the Peach State to look in on my recently relocated Mom.
So, here's a song with Georgia in it: Little Georgia Rose, done by the Seldom Scene -- the current

The Seldom Scene: Ben Eldridge - Banjo, Dudley Connell - Guitar, Lou Reid - Mandolin,
Fred Travers - Dobro and Ronnie Simpkins - Bass.

Note  - Ben Eldridge (the only member of the original group) retired (at age 77) in January of this year,