Monday, June 28, 2010

Western Washington part 2, slight return.


The legendary Tyler. Gav took this picture for us.




It was great to see Korry, although much had changed in the four years since my last trip. I greatly respect him.




"Hi Sam, nice to meet you. Sure, you can take my picture. I just met another woman named Sam, she's really great."

That's Sean, the bass player, wearing his brother's hat, and Gordy with the beard.

You guys made my night, thank you Madison, Sadie, Jabez, Adam. Not pictured, Gordy and Barry. Looking forward to our paths crossing again.

I could try to fix the red eye, but there's so many things I don't like about this camera...but it works great and it 'is what it is.' It was an intense trip. We left Westport at 5am so the boys could make Reno by 5. I pulled an all-nighter driving for my friends' sake, but they didn't make it.



Thank you Frank. Thank you Leroy, I'm glad it worked out.

Well I don't drink as much as I ought to.
Lately, it just ain't my style.
And the hard times don't hurt like they used to.
They pass quicker, like when I was a child.

And somehow I've learned how to listen
For a sound like the sun going down
In the magic that morning is bringing
There's a song for the life I have found
It keeps my feet on the ground.

The midsummer days ain't so heavy
They just flow like the breeze through your mind
And nothing appears in a hurry
to make up for some old lost time

And somehow I've learned how to listen
For a sound like the sun going down
In the magic the morning is bringing
There's a song for the life I have found
It keeps my feet on the ground

Somehow I've learned how to listen
and it sounds like the breeze dying down
In the magic the morning is bringing
There's a song for the friend I have found
She keeps my feet on the ground.

A Song For Life, Rodney Crowell, 1979, featuring Albert Lee and Willie Nelson.

1 comment:

  1. Andrew - you are truly multi-talented, love the photos.
    Gav

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