So our band did a gig on the river for the Idaho Falls Art Guild Show. We perform for free only for senior centers and an occasional community event. The rest of the time we charge. We had a guest appearance by a future member of the 40 Somethin Band. Little Eric came up and sat on Tony's lap and just took it all in. It was fun to have the family there and all happy and all. Thanks to my sweet Julie Ann Perez for taking the pictures. I think it's a nice representation of the 3 generations of Perez boys.
Friday, July 25, 2008
I think that basically, country living equals redneck America! I love it. Annette and I went to a tool sale the other day and all the guys there reminded me of "Barstow California". Totally redneck guys running the show. It was funny. Also, I went to Leadore and Salmon area again and took my camera to get some redneck photos, and here are a few with the captions and silly titles. Ahhh, ya gotta love our country!!!
The first is a Redneck Tractor Grave
2nd Redneck Historic Site
3rd(right) Redneck Honey moon Cabin site
4th(left) Redneck Guest Restroom
Monday, July 7, 2008
Well, we finally got Annette on a long distance 4 wheeler trip. It was so much fun. We did it on July 5th. We went with Dean and LaRayne Arnoldsen, Greg & Willard Nichols and Amy and Luke Murdoch. * 4 wheelers and some of the most beautiful country I have ever seen. We started at North Creek, rode over to Mormon Gulch, to the summit, down to Eight mile campground then back up to Pass Creek Lake, the summit once again and then down Uncle Ike Creek and then back to the trucks. All in all it was a wonderful trip. 30 plus miles and 7 hours later we looked like a bunch of Saddle Tramps from the old west. We were covered with dirt and were just worn out. I can't wait to do it again.