Monday, June 25, 2007

Fathers Day and Cassies 17th

Wow, a busy busy week or so, Fathers Day, Cassie's 17th birthday and a few other odds and ends thrown in there. The first odd or end as the case maybe, started after Sheryl was about to get off work one night. She was invited out with a few of her friend for a drink at a local club and there was supposed to be a pretty good band playing there also. Well she called me and of course I agreed, kinda nice going out and meeting new people and having a good time. So off we went and ended up at the hole in the wall place on old Route 66 (we were forewarned it was a dive) but a pretty cool place over all. The band was really wild and in a good way, three guys (lead singer, bass and a drummer) We didn't quite know what we were in for when on the first song, the lead brought out a yucalaly and the bass man put on a tuba (yes a full size TUBA!!!) then broke out in this great blues style of music. They broke out other wild instruments a wood saw (yup a real saw and bow) oh and a wooden box with a hole in it, the drummer would come out from around his set, sit on the box and play (drum on it) during certain songs. What a great time we had, good company, and good music.

Fathers Day came and I was surprised with cards and gifts from my Honey and Cassie. Both card we really cute and as you can see, a electric razor (which will be great for RVing) and a King of the Grill apron for staying clean during my man time at the
Speaking of man time at the grill, Cassie's birthday party consisted of a backyard BBQ with several friends in attendance. We BBQ a large brisket, corn on the cob, potatoes, chips and all the fixins. Cassie got some presents, and a nice B-day cake. Everyone had a good time and Cassie's is another year older and wiser, ok, well

Still working on getting the fence finished, it's going a bit slower than had planed, but with the crazy weather and other things, well it will be done sooner or later and should look pretty good if I do say so myself. Thats it for now and remember to enjoy your life, as you never know whats around the next bend.

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