Monday, February 12, 2007

February 12, 2007
Big time in Wickenburg on Saturday. Dan and Darlene Harshberger met Kathy and I at the Carefree Highway and we drove together the 45 miles to Wickenburg. Got to the head of the parade at 8:30. Met Joel and his brother Ed, Trish and Sam. I stood in the back of Dan's '55 and we cruised down the parade route. Joel and Trish walked in front with our big True West banner, while Kathy, Darlene, Sam and Ed ran along the sides and handed out 1,000 magazines. Crowds were great. Lots of cheering and waving. "Wavers get a free mag!" I yelled which almost always got a big reaction.

I worked the rest of the weekend on The Top Secret Project. Finished about five paintings. Brought them in this morning to scan, but having problem with the server, or I'd show them to you. Will try to get them up tomorrow.

Unexpected rain yesteray afternoon. A female rain, actually. Gentle and consistent with nagging thunder. Very nice although I lost about ten photos I forgot which were out on the patio. I drank coffee out there in the morning. Laid out the reference photos then went inside to work. Forgot all about them until it was too late.

Onion Headline de Jour
Report: Our High Schools May Not Adequately Prepare Dropouts For Unemployment

"Turn loose, give up, you'll never learn how."
—The late Rod Goebel, a Taos artist who taught how to let go

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