Saturday, January 12, 2008
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Coming up with a unique t-shirt design every year is quite a task. But coming up with the number of shirts, sizes and colors for each category required is even a greater job. So, this year I'm thinking about having a t-shirt vendor who can make the shirts on site as selected by the buyer. Does anyone know a good reliable vendor who does this? If you do, have them contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would like to talk to them.
Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Those of you who listen to Freddy's show on WDVX have probably heard him talking about "things that make you go HMMMMMMMMM". So, here is a photo I took on our way to the Denver airport after Christmas. The weather was so bad that not even the prisoners would have wanted to be out. But if they had..................HMMMMMMMMMM.
How about it, Freddy? Click on the photo to read the sign.
Sunday, January 6, 2008
With the placement of signs on the Exit 407 (I-40)ramps, we are already being found by new RV'ers passing through in need of a place to spend the night. Many of our bluegrass festival attendees have been stopping overnight. But now other RV'ers can enjoy a night at the farm. During this time of year we may have to turn off the water from time to time due to the extreme cold, but the electricity is on. And we can always fill your tank if needed. So, if you find yourself in our area and in need of a good spot to spend the night, we are officially open. If you arrive at a time when we are not available, just help yourself to a spot and we will catch up with you before you leave. We are glad to be able to provide a clean bathhouse and a good spot to spend a quiet night during your travels. Just remember that in September and June the farm is bluegrass headquarters and will be filled with music lovers so you would need a reservation during those times. Hope to see you soon.
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Well, maybe Rufus isn't exactly thrilled about the New Year (or most likely wearing the elf hat). But we certainly wish each and every one of you a healthy and prosperous 2008. Did you remember to eat your blackeyed peas for good luck? It's probably not too late if you didn't. It looks like 2008 is starting out with a blast of frigid air here in Tennessee. Hopefully by festival time our weather will be great. We have a lot of preparations to make for JuneFest and hope that you are planning to join us. The lineup is looking great, we're getting a lot of calls and we are excited about the upcoming festival season. Thanks for your support. Keep in touch. We love to read your comments.