"Good morning my friend! Thanks for your note. Things are going well. Off to Ohio this weekend for a few days to shoot commercials for a credit union. Working on audiobooks for Harper Collins. Playing with the band. Never a dull moment! Looking…"
World known artist, Bob Waldmire is hosting his last Art Show, this is because of his losing battle with terminal cancer. He will be displaying original works of art, selling various prints, postcards, posters, stickers, t-shirts, etc. If you haven't met Bob before now is your opportunity.
Good morning my friend! Thanks for your note. Things are going well. Off to Ohio this weekend for a few days to shoot commercials for a credit union. Working on audiobooks for Harper Collins. Playing with the band. Never a dull moment! Looking forward to our next visit!
Hope to see you later in the year when we drive from LV onto66 at Oatman and all the way to Springfield at the end of September.Definately gotta see Laurel at Afton.Have you bought that trike yet or were you just joyriding like i do at the Triumph shop?
Hey Ron, great to see you in Amboy and I guess I should add you to my friends list. I posted the photos of you on my here and my Webshots site as we were enjoying the Route 66 celebration in Amboy. I hope you were able to see the Harvey House, Copper Cart, Snow Cap and Angel's Gift Shop in Seligman. That town is definitely my favorite ... but then I am from there (indirectly)! I hope we get another chance to get together again soon. Be safe-
The Road Crew - America's Route 66 Band was the opening act for the International Route 66 Festival, August 2-3. Performed on Main Street in Galena, Friday and on Main Street in Joplin Saturday night. Performed for over 15,000 people in Joplin! Their mini-concert at Afton Station that Sunday afternoon was a big hit with visitors. We had a great time on Route 66! Hoping to see everyone in Kingman next year!