It usually gets pretty nice around here by Memorial Day but this was one of the rainiest springtimes we've had in these parts. I couldn't believe how much snow was still around Crater Lake at the end of June, still don't think the road is open all the way around the lake. I got rained on good over by Mt. Shasta and came home a couple days early, since then it's been quite nice. Those shows should be great !
sounds fun .. cant wait to catch 7walkers here in sept. (right before furthur)!
hey i love your neck of the woods .. took the family all the way out near the siskiyou mnt's back over memorial week .. camped under the redwoods ... gorgeous (and wet) =)
"It's got no signs or dividing line and very few rules to guide"
In my experience, Billy's bands are never gloomy, but it sounds like this one might be one of the best!
the version of Death Don't Have No Mercy that 7 Walkers did last night was the best one I've ever heard,hands down. They took what, for me, was a doom and gloom song and turned it into upbeat boogie that we were all dancing to. Gave me some hope. Nothing lasts forever, thank God for what we have and try to keep on the sunny side.
Love , Hope , and Faith
...I was blessed to be able to see 7 Walkers in Arcata last night. Woke up here this morning. Some of the biggest redwoods(360 ft.+) in the world are down below that fog. Anyways, I thought the show was great and the Birdsong finale and Deal encore left me one happy camper. Thank you 7 Walkers, for a real good time !
thems mosquitos on the river....
Watching Eddie Vedder - Water on the Road. One word ...stunning, well three words... absolutely inspirational.The magic of music is in display in a form that flows straight through the heart. A must see. Anyone who has felt music, and associated music with experiences, both visually and through the paths of our minds will relate to this on a level that makes everything in our world a bit clearer and a bit more real.