Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wild Horse Roundup

Due to technical difficulties, the Wildhorse Roundup for this week did not make it in before the deadline, but we strive to keep you in the loop.

By Curtis Shrimp
My son Steve was to get a shot in his bad back Friday but I haven’t heard if it helped.

Saturday evening, I watched the Lawrence Welk Show and I enjoyed it very much. I really enjoy Joann Castleon, the piano player, and while she played, a fellow was playing the spoons.  That reminded me of my brother Clarence who played the spoons and taught other folks. I have a book that he wrote and it has pictures of spoon playing.

They sang an old favorite of mine, “Tip Toe Through the Tulips” on the show.

Lee Ann called and we had a nice visit. She said John had gone and caught a nice fish and she said she cooked it and it was really good. She celebrates her birthday next Sunday and there should be quite a few friends over to help her celebrate. She said she got a video off of the computer of when the fellow from the Denver Post was here. She said you can hear me talking. It shows him taking pictures in the house and also around outside. She is going to bring it with her when she came at the end of the month. Jessi, my granddaughter, was home and we had a nice visit too.

I know this hasn’t been very good (We really enjoy your news Curtis!) but I thought maybe I could write a couple little stories next week. One is about Wild Horse barber, Reuben Aaby, called the butcher, the barber, and paper hanger and a little other stuff maybe. 

The Denver Post did a story on our friend Curtis, along with a video that you can watch Here:

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