Showing posts from May, 2020

levee town hideout

After a long road trip, I stopped in on The Hideout for some refreshment, and had the opportunity to enjoy local band Levee Town.  It has been quite a few years since I first heard these guys play, and I am sorry to have lost so much time. Time was short, and travels of the day had left me weary, so this brief clip is all there is.  It is a shame, since it was a free show, which normally does not happen. They do have a couple of dates set in the near future.  Check their web site for more info .

gathering at pillsbury

A search for a unique Kansas landmark found a small gathering at the site.   All were practicing the best social distancing they could achieve in said situation.   Small groups of less than 10 were loitering about, none of which intermingling really.   It all seemed reasonable enough, on a warm and overcast day, after weeks of confinement. there are no more photos from this event


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