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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Anybody Want a Thin Mint?

Today was our second show in Washington State. :) And we got paid in girl scout cookies. Anybody want a thin mint? Cause we walked away with a whole case!!!

We were at Naval Station Everett, and the event was called their "Fall Kick-off", and the day couldn't have been more perfect for such an event! It felt like fall. A crisp, cool breeze, a bit overcast, burgers on the grill, an outdoor show. It was perfect. And it didn't rain!! WOO HOOO! That's a win right there. :)

We started off the morning by taking a ferry from Bremerton to Seattle. I had Ivars clam chowder for breakfast :) Normally my stomach wouldn't go for that, but I have been looking forward to Ivars for over a year now!!! MMM... It was just as good as I remember. And the fact that we were riding on a ferry, eating food, hanging out and talking while looking at beautiful scenery... well, that was WAY better than driving!!!

James is very special. So much so that he had his very own tent today. They had huge tents covering the staging area, but the very back end wasn't covered. It would have just left his drum set and him without a cover, so they put an entire tent just over him. Pretty awesome.


This was our whole crew that took care of us!

Julie was our girl!



These dudes were JAMMIN. The younger brother on the right was air drummin like his life depended on it! And they picked the perfect spot for a picture. I think the steps were a GREAT idea guys!



And this whole family sat in the front the WHOLE concert!!! They were the first ones to rush the stage for Devil!

And here's a little something for farm boy:
Allene the beautiful girl at the end was born in a gas station. They joked that they couldn't call her "Ethenol" ;) So her name is "Allene" LOVE IT! (Unless they were pulling my leg. Which is totally possible. But I'm pretty sure they were serious)

Peace. Love. Fiddle.
~Natalie

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Natalie,
Great to hear the West coast tour is going well and the weather is great. We've got all the rain here. Your SUV and trailer remain safely tucked on the edge of our driveway, no problems or worries at all! The kids can't wait to see you and the guys on Thursday. They loved their Peace, Love, Fiddle t-shirts and want to see the fiddle! They really loved your Devil Went Down to GA on Youtube!
Take care, be safe and see you soon.
Your Atlanta GA Crash Pad,
The Darsey's

September 15, 2009 at 8:19 PM  
Anonymous tamma hicks said...

Hi Natalie,
We wouldn't pull your leg - she was born in a gas station... in a itty-bitty town named Twisp!
I just wanted let you know how great of a show you put on and we can't wait to se you back up... We'll be watchin' for you!!! :0) Tamma "mom"
PS - what was the name of the store your belt came from again? It's Allene's 14th b-day and she really wants one!

September 16, 2009 at 3:40 PM  

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