Hello everyone. I thought this might be of interest to everyone. I took the photograph sometime last year, I think almost a year ago in Richmond Virginia, while hiking along the James River with a good friend. I remember watching this person kayak the river. He never let up for one second, no matter what happened.
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On Saturday night, my friend and I saw the Fab Faux at The Fillmore in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. This was our first time at that venue. My friend say them seven times and I saw them three times.
What a magical evening. The set list consisted of The Beatles Greatest Hits, spanning the Beatles entire career of one of the worlds greatest of musicians.
Rarely has there been a band that could cover a groups likeness with such impeccable timing, pitch and skill. The Fab Faux could play each song almost as well as The Beatles themselves. The Fab Faux managed to engage the audience very well and the audience was completely captivated by the performance and sang along with the band for almost the entire set. At one point people could be seen dancing on the sides of the stage.
The fun and magic of the Fab Faux and The Beatles continues to survive and entertain audiences of all ages throughout the country.
For those interested in seeing The Fab Faux you can visit them at http://www.thefabfaux.com/. Remember to get your tickets very early, as The Fab Faux sells out to capacity crowds quickly.
(Please excuse the image quality. Cell phones do not give the highest quality and regular cameras were not allowed)
Hello everyone, I am on a brief hiatus in Pennsylvania. Heading to see the Fab Faux at The Fillmore in Philly on Saturday night. My friend and I are looking forward to another wonderful fun filled night!
Another popular area my friend and I visit is Ashland, Virginia. Their town motto is “The Center of The Universe”. A train literally runs through the center of town. It was pretty incredible to watch the train roll through.
My friend and I visited it last year and had a wonderful time. We ate lunch at that drug store (third image down from the top). LOL!! It was like walking into history! It was like an old “Mom and Pop Shop” from the 1950’s.