Ken plays Danny Boy w/Eileen
And here we are at Brooke's Wig and Pen. A nice cozy corner
for us and no one rushing us to leave, along with great food
and good friends. Notice in the Smithwick's mirror clear at
bottom is Jan's image as she takes our picture.
Lunches, Laughter with Lady Friends
Hampton Bluegrass Festival
Leaving Alamo early
Birthday Girl Jan
Bluegrass in Hampton with very long-time friends and new friends.
Jamming in the Pavillion
Left above, Kennastons, we first saw
Vanessa at Avoca when she was 16.
Today she lives on a cattle ranch with her
husband and children.
Above right is Cedar Valley. John, Barb,
Becky, Dale. We've known Dale forever,
and first saw Becky in Nashua when she
was fiddler at the young age of 15.
And to right, and left below is the Roe
Family band. Great entertainers and really
good music.
Ken still exercising every day. Here he is in
our exercise room at Alamo Palms.
And below Jean, Lavern and I take our last
jaunt to Progreso day before Jean leaves
for the north. Ken and I followed soon
after. We are at our favorite restaurant, the
Red Snapper. Good live music and good
and cheap food. Two for one margaritas.
No such deal on my wine though.
Mothers Day flowers from John.S
The Bluegrass Blondies. All sisters with
mother and father on bass and banjo.
Really nice to see families like this.
At Ken's last concert for the season there
was a couple who danced during two of
the selections. Enjoyable, having that extra
dimension. Below Ken speaks with one of
his fans. The lovely lady is super classy. I
can't think of her name but she is from
South America and never misses a concert.