Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Music, riding and sunshine!

In another installment of the art spectrum at the Prairie Peddler, Lisa has been holding jam sessions down here at the shop on Thursday nights. Last week, we threw caution to the wind and brought the kids down so they could see mom play. K&D were thinking the same thing and brought their kids too. It ended up being well worth it. We heard some great music, and the kids had a great time. Got some neat pics too. For you locals reading this, these are open to the public! We don't have a ton of room. Bathrooms aren't open, and there's no food or drink. Just a simple music hearing is all thats on tap. The door is usually open[literally]. Come on in!

Bikes and dancing. Yep, life is good.

Ghost kids.

Now that we have sunshine, and warm temps, the riding has been fantastic! With the rain gone, and warm windy conditions, the trails are drying out nicely. Thankfully we were sparred the flooding that most of the rest of the region has been getting. If you're jonesing to get some dirt on your knobbies, I can help ya!

Sean got a new rig. He likes it.

A long road ride is scheduled for tonight. We're thinking in the 40 to 50 miles range. If'n you're ready come on down! I got fuel for ya if you need it.

Listening to: Big assed construction rollers. Vibrating my world right now. We're going to have a road next week!

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