Saturday, June 25, 2011

Weiser to Susanville

Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Printing press.
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11



Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11

Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11


Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/22/11

Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11
This obelisk in the center of the festival grounds explained the old buildings. The Idaho Industrial Institute opened for 1900. The neighborhood had the appearance of a college that disappeared. It made for a very interesting photography. Vanishing America.
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11
Weiser, ID, Andrew D. Barron©6/23/11

We blazed a trail across eastern Oregon to Susanville bluegrass festival.
Andrew D. Barron©6/24/11
Northeastern California, Andrew D. Barron©6/24/11
Northeastern California, Andrew D. Barron©6/24/11
I can’t believe my luck or whatever. I decided to learn this song and have been walking around trying to memorize the verses. And as I write this trying to finish up this blog before James King’s set, I hear him playing it right now.
Northeastern California, Andrew D. Barron©6/24/11

1 comment:

  1. What lovely atmosphere for a fiddling festival.

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