Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by TSims1, Mar 17, 2013.
What is happening in that second picture?
I was in Weiser, Idaho for that. Here’s a shot of me taking a shot right at totality:
That's exactly where I live Mr. Lumbergh, Weiser, Idaho. Looks like maybe you were at Manns Creek Res?
Small world I guess....
And let me just say thank you for the hospitality, it was an amazing experience.
The town folks of Weiser for the most part are very friendly and welcome visitors with open arms. Hosting the "National Oldtime Fiddle Contest" every year we have become accustom to visitors from all over the U.S. and have met several really good people. Hope you make it back sometime soon.....
This is a print hanging in my kitchen, it's one of my collages, Xacto/rubber cement, not Photoshop:
What a sweetie
I done painted this recently in Photoshop. Who says guitar players and Photoshop don't mix? These take a while to make. I favor a psychedelic style.
A little action here in the hood.
Staff day out from the local haunted monastery?
Actually big umbrellas outside a local pub on a rainy day: if you look carefully you might see their robes have J2O logos. A soft fruit drink here in the UK.
The first pic is one of Anthony Gormley's sculptures that make up "Another Place" on Crosby Beach near Liverpool.
Napa CA, not really random but really nice
Unless you're a golfer this probably doesn't seem like much. I got invited out to my old home course last Sunday to help a buddy with his golf swing and I had forgotten just how out of place this golf course is out here on the flat plains of Texas. It really is a wonderful golf course and you forget you're in Lubbock when you're playing here. Anyway, this is the view back up 18 from the green. What a great golf hole. 540 yard par 5. 170 yard carry over the water for your second shot. Usually into the West Texas wind. You can play it safe out to the right from this view by the bridge to get home in three, but that green is so tempting. Slight down hill lie usually if you risk driving it it down by the water. Trying to get home in two takes some nerve. The risk/reward factor is pretty high.