It wasn't long after that a nice little 1960's vintage trailer showed up in Brian's place What a neat little trailer and it had been all redone inside. She spent a little while with us chatting while the work was being done.
It wasn't long and he threw on the ribs to cook. They had a long slow cook over the coals and fire.
Then it was the chickens turn. Mmmmmmm
Soon it was time for the Throw Down. And oh what a meal it was. Salads, baked beans, potatoes, chicken, ribs and the Honey buns that Harold's wife
|Val enjoying supper|
John and Brian spent a little time playing with their new Gimbles for their phones. These things make videos easy because there is no sudden movements at all. I think John is snoozing.
|Ron and Jack|
|Andy and Gary|
Sue and I had not been around for any of the previous karaoke so we had no idea what was going to take place. John started the evening out with an Elvis song and OMG!!! He could sing exactly like Elvis, in fact he was a little better I think!! I was amazed.
He sang a few songs and wowed us and then shared the mikes with the Soggy Bottom Boys. John, Brian, Ron, and Andy entertained us for a while. They were good as well. While we were sitting there listening, our friend Jack, who is a local who comes to visit all of us, was singing the songs just sitting in his chair. Sue was listening to him and encouraged him to get up and sing with the boys. He did and he had one of those raspy country voices and he could sing like nobody's business. Jack, Ron and Andy entertained us for quite a while. I think they all should take this show on the road.
We all sat and listened until it was time to head to bed. We thank all who sang for the entertainment tonight and we hope there will be another round very soon.