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Riding With Steve McQueen

Riding With Steve McQueen

Lola, wanting to see me fall off running horses for Steve McQueen, bought all the episodes of his “WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE series, bought the complete set. I was only in eight of them but she wanted to see me bounce about. LOL After watching many of them we both agree he...

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Shows Cancelled

Shows Cancelled

It was a very heavy hearted decision for us to cancel our shows in the Ballroom at Eagle’s nest but one we felt much needed. In putting different shows together with sometimes different folks we found it took more time than we had anticipated and we were not writing...

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Do You Rember Cudia City?

Do You Rember Cudia City?

I was just going over some facts about Cudia City. I spent a lot of time there in the 50s and I just know there are some more survivors out there that remember those days. YUP! If you could sit a horse well and take chances on one you could stay pretty busy doing what...

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Clyde Played Electric Bass

Clyde Played Electric Bass

A very Dear friend of mine, Barbara Christenson, ask me a while back if Waylon Jennings did his song “Clyde played Electric Bass” for me. I told her J.J. Cale wrote it and I don’t remember ever meeting him but I had played bass with Waylon on a number of occasions so...

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Our Grande Junction Trip

Our Grande Junction Trip

Lola and I decided to make a trip to Grand Junction, Colorado to see family and old friends. We flew up so’s not to spend a lot of time traveling and more time with visiting. We were really quite leery about going there as they had such a smoke problem due to horrible...

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Clyde Speaks

Clyde Speaks

My lovely wife, Lola, asked me to write a newsletter for our site. I was pretty quick to explain I didn’t have all that much to say and she explained that I certainly did and to get on this new project right away. So here I am, two weeks later, getting right to it. I...

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