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April 2, 2007 5:12 AM

Cream of the crop

I grew up in southeast Denver in the '60s. Does anyone else remember hanging out at the Creamery? It was in the shopping center located at Holly and Florida. -- Liz

Since this item went up two weeks ago, response has been incredible, as you can see below. All the chatter led to a party Sunday (April 1, but no joke, I'm told), and another is planned for next month. The mother of 'em all, which I understand is being called Creamerystock, also is in the works. Keep an eye out for details in this space. You can find a photo from the first event here.

Meantime, post your responses below. If you'd like to answer another question, go back to the Ask! blog home page and click on whatever catches your eye. If you'd like to pose your own question, click on the link to the left on the home page.



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  • May 16, 2010

    11:26 PM

    Kathy (Crowder )Taylor writes:

    Wow. This is amazing. I happened across this as I googled the name of a classmate who died recently. Burr Behrensen. I went to Ellis, Place, and graduated from GW in 1979. My brothers George and Gary went to Ellis, Merrill, and GW. Graduated in 65 and 68. My sister Kristen went to Ellis, Place, and GW and graduated in 76. We lived on Filbert Court. My mom still does. Laurie Spivak lived next door and Kay and Greg Crandall across the street. I think my mom actually dated Mark and Paul Miller's dad many many moons ago. (Before my mom married my dad.) More names..Lyn Lorenz, Terri Krietzer, Carry Garland, Suzanne Zimmerman, Debbie Hixon, Greg Hixon, Lyn Pool, Paula Gonzales.

  • April 3, 2010

    3:32 PM

    sk6 writes:

    Went to Ellis, Merril, and GW. Transferred to South to get away from the race riots. South was a lot more laid back.

    Knew Curt Yankee, but lost contact.

    Theresa McKinstry was the first girl I ever kissed. I was terrified of her brother Sabin.

    Best wishes to everyone and hope the years have been friendly.

  • March 22, 2010

    1:46 AM

    Betty McCalop writes:

    I went to Cory, Merrill, South 65-73...5th-12th. I lived on the west side of the blvd. I remember all these places:creamery,Cook Park, Village Inn,Celebrity,Duckwall's, McDonald's and a few of the others. I used to hang at the Creamery once in a while. Always a fun place. I remember some of you folks and also Steve Maes, Kenny Marzetta, Greg McGrath and a few others. Does anyone remember Mary Woodmansee or know what became of her? How about Curt Yankee or Michelle Dorey? Those were some good years and good times.


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  • February 27, 2010

    6:42 PM

    Bette Rogers Williams writes:

    I used to work at the Creamery from about 1961 to 1964. I was the very tall, skinny girl behind the counter. I graduated from George Washington HS in 1964 and was friends with Janey Carlin. Does anyone know how I could contact her or Aleta Grillos? Any info. would be appreciated.

  • December 22, 2009

    5:06 PM

    Doug Montrose 1970 writes:

    I hope all the Creamery gang has a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year

  • September 13, 2009

    10:26 AM

    Craig Melcher writes:

    Hey everybody. Good to hear the old names from deep recesses of the brain.

    Craig

  • September 3, 2009

    4:23 PM

    Dave writes:

    I saw a post mentioning Orvetta Clinesmith - I had her as an English Teacher in the early 70's at Hamilton Jr. High. She was as nutty as a fruitcake. I remember when she too mentioned she had been abducted by aliens and she had to fight off a Swedish woman who had been surgically altered to be her identical twin! She also said her husband lived on Mars. My folks thought I was making this stuff up. When my sister had her for English a few years later, she came home with the same strange stories- then my folks figured out we weren't kidding - Orvetta was a complete nut! May she rest in peace.

  • April 22, 2009

    7:27 AM

    Carla (Domenico) Chongway writes:

    Hey, where did everyone go?

  • April 14, 2009

    1:25 PM

    John Whitmyer writes:

    havent been here for a while either. W-B and Nod statue is where it has always has been. In front of the old library ( I used to go to as a kid) thats at the east entrance to the pavilion.

  • April 8, 2009

    4:29 AM

    Corey M writes:

    I came across this blog in a search for "Mary Molen" ... a name from my youth that had popped into my head. I always thought of her as my "dream girl". I had a crush on her from the 4th grade onward.

    I went to Ellis elementary in the 60's. Some of the touchstones mentioned here bring back fond memories. Just wanted to say thanks for that. And Mary, if you ever read this ... you're still my little dream girl. :-D

    Corey M

  • March 12, 2009

    5:14 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I to have enjoyed my contact with old friends and the chance to relive part of our youth.

  • February 2, 2009

    7:29 AM

    Carla (Domenico) Chongway writes:

    Hey everbody, Connie Brangoccio, Ron Gupton, and many others I remember. My sister was Cheryle Domenico,she died in 1971. I lived off of Florida and S. Ivy. Remember Denny Flannigan zipping through the parking lot on his bike? I hope somebody can email this to Terri or Gayle Davis. Anybody heard from Carolyn Brownlee? I'm at work gotta go.

  • January 10, 2009

    1:13 PM

    Nancy G writes:

    Wow, I haven't looked at this in a long time. It took me awhile to find it! I hope maybe we can get going again on this blog. It is nice to see new names, although I don't know whose initials are in the last few posts. I am going to pass this blog address on to a few new people and see who comes along! I am not sure about any get togethers, but I will post it if I hear of any!

    Have a great day to anyone who reads this!

    Nancy G.

    PS-I miss Karin.....

  • December 26, 2008

    10:24 PM

    Frank Day writes:

    My sister told me about this thread when we all got together for Christmas. She even told me I had ben mentioned. So, I see there are over 7000 posts and I haven't read them all but I do want to respond to Pam Benson's post since she is the one who mentioned me.

    So, since you inquired, I am in N. California and not in jail, an outcome that might surprise some. I am currently in my third major career (can't seem to hold a job) selling something I invented.

    I am curious as to what it was that caused you to ask about me. I remember your name but I cannot for the life of me figure out why you might be asking specifically about me. Was it:

    1. The Boy's Pep Club?
    2. My term as "gross leader"?
    3. The Status Symbol?
    4. The Quick Draw Club?
    5. Tee spinning?
    6. The griddle (that may not have been invented until after I left GW, I can't remember for sure - I didn't invent it but I spread it widely)?
    7. Were you on my paper route?
    8. Or something else?

    I know it was not a particularly romantic evening as I didn't get over my shyness towards the opposite sex for several more years and even then it is unlikely that anyone would remember me for any of that stuff.

    Anyhow, great stuff. Hopefully I will see many names from the past.

  • November 13, 2008

    4:45 PM

    dave p and sue writes:

    Well, I gave up on the blog back in june! I just got to missing everone so much I decided to take the time to let the blog load which today took about 15 minutes, but once i got on I discovered it really does work. Its been a long summer of political ads and fun in the sun. Sue and i joined Mike and several of his relatives at TRAPPERS LAKE in june or maybe july. That was a gathering place for Mike and Karins family for years. We all picked a special rock and carried it to Karins favorite spot overlooking the lake. We built a cairn (piled rocks) and Mike spread her ashes along with several of the family cats ashes. It was a very poignant moment and a very special place for a very special person.
    I would love to see everybody. The band "wild Blue" took the whole summer off. Our drummer joined a different band that plays more and we are now with our original drummer "Ron Waters. We are playing tomorrow night (Fri and sat)11-14 and 15 9 to 1:30. No cover charge.
    The club was formerly Jammin Joes and walmart boght the land and tore it down. It is now located at Kipling and I-70. Adjacent to rAMADA iNN Southeast corner. I would love to see you. Where a name tag! Sorry for late notice. Sue says hi and we both thank you for your support for Mike and Karin...Peace! Dave Peters

  • October 20, 2008

    9:50 AM

    TAH writes:

    Nancy G:
    I remember the statue of Winken, Blinken and Nod. I recently looked for it in Wash Park, just So. of Smith Lake and SW of the picnic pavilion. It appears to be gone; there is a playground where I remember the statue to be, but I didn't search the area thoroughly.
    I also remember ice skating in Wash Park in the 50s. The city would flood the tennis courts, they would freeze and we would skate there. In the early 50s, we swam in Smith Lake; what were the dressing rooms are still there on the NW edge of the Lake. Smith Lake was later closed to swimming because of pollution.

  • September 30, 2008

    11:01 AM

    fbbfh writes:

    I ran into this blog yesterday. Seems I'm a day late and a dollar short. Is the blog being continued somewhere else? I recall a lot of the names I see here. I came home last night from a funeral of a friend I know a lot of you knew,got on the computer and then ran into this. Really weird. So are there any get togethers still planned?

  • August 19, 2008

    4:57 PM

    Bill Taylor's Buddy writes:

    The Creamery Yahoo Group address is:
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  • August 19, 2008

    12:39 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    This is news to me about the Yahoo. What is the address? I'd like to join in to see what I have missed.

  • August 18, 2008

    1:49 AM

    Doug Montrose 70 writes:

    Yes Nancy Bill Taylor started it. Come on over and join.

  • August 17, 2008

    4:29 PM

    nancy g. '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! Yes, the blog seems to be quite dead, except for a couple of die hards! I think a lot of people can't even load the blog, unfortunately, my sister is one of them! I was wondering if someone has started a Yahoo group for the Creamery kids? I got an email in my junk mail and I haven't clicked on it yet. Does anyone know anything about it?

    Dana and Georgia, how the heck are ya?? Joy, I am sorry that I missed you at Liz's. I got hung up at a skating competition. I would love to see everyone sometime this fall. Maybe we can do an Augy's or other place get together! Anyone up for it?

    Have a great day, Nancy

  • August 16, 2008

    9:22 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Congratulations on the move Tom and Debbie. I check the blog every few days but it seems to have come to a stand still.

  • August 14, 2008

    9:04 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Hey to all of what is left of the bloggers. Has been a long time again since I've been here. Takes a while to get logged on, but finally works.

    Dave Peters, thanks for the last response, considering the length of time, are there any new bookings for some good music?
    Deb and I are doing fine,,,,,getting happier and healthier every day. We are currently preparing to move to a beautiful place on an acre above Woodland Park,,,,,,West of Colo Spgs. Hope to be totally moved by the end of Sept. or October at the latest. Lots of prep work involved. WE WOULD DEFINETLY LOVE TO SEE YOUR BAND AGAIN BEFORE WE MOVE. The new location is right at 100 miles from where we live now.

    Speaking of which,,,,,I still have the 1956 Chev. pick-up basket case to unload,,,, PROCEEDS TO GO TO MIKE HEISERMAN,,,,,ANYBODY INTERESTED? Will accept any reasonable offer. Truck is 80 percent complete less engine,,,,includes two transmissions,,(is currently set up for Muncie 4 speed,,, but will include turbo 350 automatic.

    Also need to sell a 16ft. alum. fishing boat with a 40HP yamaha motor,,,(needs fuel pump), trailer has new axel, tires, lights and wiring. Asking
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    ALSO,,,,DEB SENDS A GREAT BIG HI TO ALL!!!

    I'll try to keep daily tabs on the blog again,,, sure do hope activity picks up again.
    Love to all.

  • July 21, 2008

    7:52 PM

    James Stallings writes:

    How Cool. White Sands, Celebrity, JR's malt shop on old south Gaylord. The fire at the Good Sheperd home. Dave Peters, its good to know you are still playing. Me too in Fort Collins. I'll be back to this site and see if I can generate more stuff. Anyone is welcome to contact me. That would be great!

  • July 21, 2008

    7:52 PM

    James Stallings writes:

    How Cool. White Sands, Celebrity, JR's malt shop on old south Gaylord. The fire at the Good Sheperd home. Dave Peters, its good to know you are still playing. Me too in Fort Collins. I'll be back to this site and see if I can generate more stuff. Anyone is welcome to contact me. That would be great!

  • July 11, 2008

    10:51 PM

    Dana and Georgia writes:

    Hi to all, we've been out of town for awhile. Good to see this is still up and running, keep it going. Indeed I think were all ready for another CreameryStock. Lets get it together. Later us.

  • July 11, 2008

    12:54 AM

    Connie B. writes:

    Hi Everyone! Hello Nancy!
    I sure do remember the gondola ride! I know I use to like it! I also remember the little roller coaster in Kiddieland. Oh & the Bugg's Bunny ferris wheel! The cars that you mentioned..most kids thought somehow they were driving them. For some reason I can't remember the shooting gallery. I bet it was fun! A while back, I went with my dad on Senior Citizen's day. I wasn't a senior, but my dad told people I was his nurse. They just had certain rides open & everyone who had a ticket could eat lunch too. The weird thing was, Mr. Twister was open. The people they were loading on to it were very elderly! Here I was probably 35-40 years younger, and the roller coaster was jerking my neck around! I was really surprised.
    I might see if I can find a site that shows old
    Elitches. A lot of good memories there.
    Did you go to Celebrity much? I think they had a shooting gallery downstairs if I remember correctly.

    Talk to you soon!

  • July 5, 2008

    10:30 PM

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  • July 3, 2008

    5:19 PM

    Nancy B-G writes:

    Hi Connie, nice to see you on. Great memories of Elitches! I loved Kiddieland so much! I loved the old fashioned cars that you "drove" around the track. There was a mini gas station (Chevron) that was on the side of the track. I also loved the little boats! I loved the fishing stand where you could catch things in the moat and win prizes. I always saw kids walking around with those big stuffed animals and wondered why I never won one....Do you remember the shooting gallery near the Haunted House? That is in my memory pretty clear! It was on an old western themed street near the Ferris Wheel, I think. I remember the entrance by the parking lot where you would see the Twister and the Sky Ride-which was like a gondola ride over the parking lot. I remember trying to spot our car from up there. The gondolas were very colorful-orange, yellow, blue. Anyway, I remember standing in line to get in and when you got in, you would buy the ride tickets! Fun things to remember...

    John, thanks for the pictures! The lamp is gorgeous. How did you attain these artifacts? I guess we are very lucky that you decided to save them! What a couple of great pieces of Denver history that you have!

    My sis cannot get on the blog. I will have her blog next time she is at my house.

    Happy 4th everyone, and be safe!

    Love ya,

    Nancy

    PS-Eohippus (George's band) is playing at the Cherry Creek Art Festival on Sunday. Tony and I are going to be there!! Joy and George, if you see this, maybe you can post the time. Tony thinks it is around 11am....

  • June 29, 2008

    1:58 AM

    Connie Brangoccio writes:

    Hi John, Thanks for putting your pictures on photobucket. I realized later that the information I gave was kind of jumbled & I'm glad you found it anyway. I really liked the picture of the light you have in your backyard. I loved the old Elitches so much! I remember how beautiful the grounds were, the clock, and of course the rides! Also,standing in line to get ride tickets (I think they were red). Riding the Calypso while they played The Tijuana Brass, finally getting up the nerve to ride The Round Up. It was such a treat about once a year when our parents would take us!
    Also, I was talking to Dave Peters last night about the Bridle Path sign (I think I spelled that wrong). We would like to ask you for some more memories about that & the general area, if you don't mind.

    Dave & Sue, I was so happy to see you at Anna's party! I am glad we finally met! I sure hope to see more of you both in the future!

  • June 24, 2008

    9:36 PM

    Nancy Blackwell-Grieder writes:

    Hello Darling Joy,

    I think about you guys a lot..Big hugs and kisses to all of you!

    Take care,

    Love you all,

    Nancy

  • June 24, 2008

    7:35 PM

    Joy writes:

    Nancy,
    Jake was Karin's dad and she is with him (and her mom who passed last year) now. We are still floundering and not ready to really blog as before, but had to post to all of you who have given so much in your gifts of time, love, prayer, money, labor--you have my family's deepest gratitude, respect and love. Our loss is great, we loved her so. Now we have dear, dear friends to help us carry on.
    A very sincere thank you from the Heiserman and Fletcher families.
    Joy

  • June 24, 2008

    12:50 PM

    John writes:

    hi.... photobucket.com is strange to setup an album name..... but... if youd like to see a couple neighborhood pics. search "buffalochef" (thats me.....) then on that page look for "creamerystock 2" I will add a few more as time goes on. The cavalcade Path started at the stables just east of White Sands and actually made its way all the way to the damn. The street light is my constant reminder of the fun at "Old" Elitches.

  • June 23, 2008

    10:41 AM

    Nancy Blackwell-Grieder '79 writes:

    Sandy,
    Jake Fletcher wasn't Karin Fletcher's brother, was he? I met Karin on the blog last year, and subsequently at all the parties. She is our dear Karin who just passed away. I don't remember her talking about a brother, or living on Glencoe. Now I am confused!

    I am talking to Liz right now and she says hi to everyone. She will try to get on the blog later!

    Sue, Liz wants to give you a call so you can come out to ride her pony! He is doing better now.

    Take care,

    Nancy

  • June 23, 2008

    9:59 AM

    nancy blackwell-grieder '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! It is nice to see more blogs. I had some trouble with this blog for a week and now it seems to be working again.
    Sandy, I grew up at Florida and Glencoe at 1450 So. Glencoe. I don't remember the Fletchers, but my sister Liz might. Do you remember their address? Liz hasn't been able to get on the blog, but I will see if she can get on now since it seems to be loading easier.
    Dave and Sue, good to see you on the blog. We enjoyed seeing you at Karin's fundraiser. I think all of us would love to keep in touch! I am game!
    Doug, good to see you on the blog too. Are you okay? Did your home flood? Take care!!
    This time of year always brings back memories of Elitches! We loved to take picnics in to Elitches and sit on the tables by the Ferris Wheel and eat. (Hoping no one spit off the Ferris Wheel!). I also remember the Haunted House was so scary to me! I wonder if they have the same one at the relocated Elitches? I haven't been there, mainly as a protest for them moving it in the first place! I loved Mr Twister, but probably wouldn't dare get on it now for fear of more back issues!!! Did anyone ever go to any Denver Bears games? I bet you did, Ron!!

    Keep on bloggin' and have a great day! My love to all of you and also to Karin's family-love you guys!

    Nancy

  • June 21, 2008

    7:13 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I was surprised to see I can finally open the blog, it's been several months that trying hasn't locked up my computer. Happy to hear Karin's benefit was a success as her upbeat attitude touched so many people. Back to building my ark here in the soggy Midwest.

  • June 21, 2008

    6:54 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I just tried the blog today and was pleasantly surprised to see it load without locking up my computer. I am glad Karin's benefit went well as she touched so many people lives. Back to building the ark here in the soggy Midwest.

  • June 18, 2008

    5:56 PM

    dave peters and sue sjogren writes:

    Hi everybody!.. I didnt know the blog was up and running. Glad to see it still going.. Maybe we can get another creamstock going! Anyone game?
    Sue and I both want to thank everyone for your help and support for karin and mike. I know we will all miss her. If anyone is interested in a get together or being part of a "committee" chime in here on the blog. There is much fun and celebration to be continued where we left off.
    Wild Blue has no gigs other than a pioneer days picnic in keensburg co.tomorrow. Thanks for inquiring tom.. Tom and debbie.. hows married life?...See ya all on the blog....Dave

  • June 18, 2008

    5:56 PM

    dave peters and sue sjogren writes:

    Hi everybody!.. I didnt know the blog was up and running. Glad to see it still going.. Maybe we can get another creamstock going! Anyone game?
    Sue and I both want to thank everyone for your help and support for karin and mike. I know we will all miss her. If anyone is interested in a get together or being part of a "committee" chime in here on the blog. There is much fun and celebration to be continued where we left off.
    Wild Blue has no gigs other than a pioneer days picnic in keensburg co.tomorrow. Thanks for inquiring tom.. Tom and debbie.. hows married life?...See ya all on the blog....Dave

  • June 18, 2008

    5:55 PM

    dave peters and sue sjogren writes:

    Hi everybody!.. I didnt know the blog was up and running. Glad to see it still going.. Maybe we can get another creamstock going! Anyone game?
    Sue and I both want to thank everyone for your help and support for karin and mike. I know we will all miss her. If anyone is interested in a get together or being part of a "committee" chime in here on the blog. There is much fun and celebration to be continued where we left off.
    Wild Blue has no gigs other than a pioneer days picnic in keensburg co.tomorrow. Thanks for inquiring tom.. Tom and debbie.. hows married life?...See ya all on the blog....Dave

  • June 18, 2008

    3:48 PM

    Sandy (Abney) Mcguire writes:

    I just happened upon this Blog and am pleasantly surprised by what I am reading. Kenny Birkby owned the station at Holly and Florida. The pink panther car that was referred to was owned by Jake Fletcher and driven by Don Leonard at Englewood Sreedway in the 60's. I spent many an evening in the Fletcher garage at Florida and Glencoe watching those guys work on that car. I'm older than most of you, but my mother owned a house on Minnesota Dr. during that time and this was my stomping grounds. I too remember the Creamery. My sister Toni Abney may have gone to school with some of you.

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    3:48 PM

    Sandy (Abney) Mcguire writes:

    I just happened upon this Blog and am pleasantly surprised by what I am reading. Kenny Birkby owned the station at Holly and Florida. The pink panther car that was referred to was owned by Jake Fletcher and driven by Don Leonard at Englewood Sreedway in the 60's. I spent many an evening in the Fletcher garage at Florida and Glencoe watching those guys work on that car. I'm older than most of you, but my mother owned a house on Minnesota Dr. during that time and this was my stomping grounds. I too remember the Creamery. My sister Toni Abney may have gone to school with some of you.

  • June 15, 2008

    8:32 PM

    Connie Brangoccio writes:

    Hi Everyone, George just told me that it takes about 4 mins. for the blog to load now, and he sure was right! I think it took more time than that, & I have a pretty fast computer also.

    I want to thank everyone who worked so hard on Karin's benefit. It was so great that it turned out so well! Thanks to everyone who come & participated .

    I don't have the link for the Creamery Stock pics, but it's in Photo Bucket. You should be able to search there under Creamery Stock. It would be neat to see those old signs again!

    Liz, I hope you are doing well. I enjoyed chatting with you.

    Connie

  • June 10, 2008

    10:39 AM

    Candy (Hackett) Niss (South '74) writes:

    OMG Marla Mahoney. You probably don't remember me and I can't remember when or where we went to school, could have been Ash Grove, McMeen or Merrill. But it was good to see your name. I haven't been on this blog in a year and thought I would check it out.
    So sad to read about Karin we use to live around the corner from her.

  • June 6, 2008

    9:55 AM

    John writes:

    The blog....I've found the key for me, is to open this page, and leave it alone for about 4-5 minutes. It eventually comes up. And I have a fast system. I think its just so large that it takes time to load. A link for pictues would be fun. I dont have many, but if someone does, maybe they could set up a myspace.com, or simular site that allows lots of pics. I'm not very familiar with those sites, there may well be a better way. Any body ever play pinballs at the Hitching Post on Evans, near the J & J Stables.

  • June 5, 2008

    7:12 PM

    Nancy Blackwell '79 writes:

    Wow, I just read a lot more of the blog as it was loading. It took about 10 minutes. I know that a lot of you cannot get on the blog and it is so sad....I can't believe all the amazing memories that are in here. I would love to be able to save all of it. I hope it stays around at least until I figure it out!
    My sister Liz can't get on the blog, but she wanted me to thank EVERYONE who came to Karin's benefit. I think we raised $5000.00 to help Mike with the medical bills. Just a drop in the bucket, I am sure, but I know Mike appreciated everything! George's band, EOHIPPUS, was OUTSTANDING! I think this Creamery crowd is so amazing. Thanks for being so caring. Mike, you know we love you!!!

    Georgia, I was so happy to see you there!! I hope you are doing better every day! Joy, I love ya...It was so great to see so many of you that I haven't seen since Auggie's last year!!

    John, I remember the J & J sign! We used to have a link to a creamery pic website, but I don't remember it. It is in this blog somewhere. You used to be able to access it from the 1st paragraph in the blog where it says "click here" or something like that. It doesn't work anymore! It would be nice if someone remembers the link. If anyone does, can you blog it in?? Don't ask me how to upload pictures to it though, I am not good at that stuff!

    If anyone is able to blog still, it would be great to keep it going! Tell all your friends that the blog is still here. It is sooo much fun to read the past blogs, and although it breaks my heart to read the ones from Karin, we are SO lucky to have her memories in writing!!

    Love you all,

    Nancy

  • June 3, 2008

    10:56 PM

    Marla Mahoney writes:

    Hello,

    Very very sorry to hear about Karin. I always envied her beauty.

    And Jerry L. -- yep, that was me in the Boise paper -- Mike & I were involved in the HouseRabbit Society (rescue, educate group) and we still have 1 furry little housefellow with us. Stella, the German Shepard has learned to 'adjust', as have the 3 cats. Now, if we could just train those coyotes, foxes & racoons -- we'd all be happy.

    Good memory! - We live NE of Stevensville -- we lost my Mom, but my Pop (88/dementia) lives with us -- we still have his house in Victor, MT (about 15 miles away) - so basically, 2 properties to care for. We don't complain -- we live in a Gorgeous valley - and are healthy & happy -- and amazingly, my neighbors continue to let me loose on those TRACTORS of theirs!! Next month - I'm on to the Combine & Swather!! -- watch out world!

    Sign me, pathetically unaware & blissfull in the 'Root'

    Marla


  • June 3, 2008

    10:08 AM

    John writes:

    The barn on the Highline was part of a system connected to the Flowing J&J Stables. Ha, I have that sign too. I was somewhat of a sign collector in those days. Its actually painted on an old Canada Dry sign.... You went east on Evans then stayed to the right ... right after Quebec. That went down a dirt road east and dumped onto Hampton at Yosemite. There were about 3 old farms along there filled with cottonwood trees. I quess I date myself, I'm 60.... when I say we used to hunt there. Its about time I find a place to post some pictures of those signs other than Classmates.I know you all would remember them.... if your over 50 that is.

  • May 27, 2008

    6:58 PM

    Nancy Blackwell '79 writes:

    Hi John, when did you graduate? Have you read a lot of the blog?
    I just went back and read a little. I had so much fun meeting Karin on the blog. She had some great entries. She was the instigator for our big reunion party "Creamerystock or Creamstock" last year. She was an amazing person and I think we are all lucky that we had her in our lives and have her memories in this blog. It is hard to read them, but I think therapeutic in a way....

    I hope some others catch up on the blog again. I miss hearing from everyone!!

    Hope to see some of you at Karin's fundraiser!

    Love all of you,

    Nancy

  • May 27, 2008

    9:02 AM

    John again writes:

    I only posted this once.... honest
    After going back and reading some more.... I was sorry for the loss of your friend....

  • May 27, 2008

    8:46 AM

    Nancy Blackwell "79 writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    John, thanks for the blog! I would love to see the sign sometime! I remember that path well. Also, I have been obsessed about seeing old pics and home movies of White Sands. I got a great DVD from Grant Sloan that has some of his old home movies of White Sands. That was a gift! I think that I would remember the sign that you have. Nellie Harbert had a horse barn where you could rent a horse and ride the Highline Canal. I can't seem to find the exact spot in Denver/Aurora where it was. I know there are condos there now. I wish I had some pics of her barn, but I have a pretty good picture in my head. I remember a huge tree stump where my sis and I used to wait for my mom to pick us up. My sister Liz was the far better horseback rider and now she has her own horse. John, please send this link onto others that you knew back when. We all would love to read their memories.

    Mike, Joy and Meta, and Karin's family and friends. What a beautiful service and get together. You could tell how many lives Karin affected with her amazing energy and joy of life. I miss her and send all of you my love...

    Georgia, hope you are feeling better!

    Today would've been my mom's 88th Birthday. Happy Birthday mom! I miss you and love you everyday!!!

    Take care everyone and don't forget the benefit for Karin on Sunday June 1st! My sis wrote a blog a couple back with all the info.

    Nancy

  • May 26, 2008

    2:34 PM

    John Whitmyer writes:

    I ran across this searching The Cavalcade Bridle Path / Colorado Saddle Club. This horse path started near white sands and ran along the Creek east for as many a 10 miles toward Havana. There was a sign over the path at the intersection of Holly and Cherry Creek Dr So. I have that sign. I took it in about 1985 when it was in danger of being destroyed. I didnt exactly has a good place to hang it because I was one of those Glendale singles. So, for several years it hung in a bar on colo blvd and mississippi... damned if I can remember the namer. Once was the Leaning Tower of Pizza. Now, I have the largest yard in the Highlands neighborhood and proudly hang it there. Anyone is invited to see it. I would love top have a picture of it in its day.
    Plus.... I too hung out at the creamery, went to Merrill, and TJ. Hung out with Bobbie Dietriech, his pops had that Conoco station.

  • May 26, 2008

    2:33 PM

    John Whitmyer writes:

    I ran across this searching The Cavalcade Bridle Path / Colorado Saddle Club. This horse path started near white sands and ran along the Creek east for as many a 10 miles toward Havana. There was a sign over the path at the intersection of Holly and Cherry Creek Dr So. I have that sign. I took it in about 1985 when it was in danger of being destroyed. I didnt exactly has a good place to hang it because I was one of those Glendale singles. So, for several years it hung in a bar on colo blvd and mississippi... damned if I can remember the namer. Once was the Leaning Tower of Pizza. Now, I have the largest yard in the Highlands neighborhood and proudly hang it there. Anyone is invited to see it. I would love top have a picture of it in its day.
    Plus.... I too hung out at the creamery, went to Merrill, and TJ. Hung out with Bobbie Dietriech, his pops had that Conoco station.

  • May 26, 2008

    2:33 PM

    John Whitmyer writes:

    I ran across this searching The Cavalcade Bridle Path / Colorado Saddle Club. This horse path started near white sands and ran along the Creek east for as many a 10 miles toward Havana. There was a sign over the path at the intersection of Holly and Cherry Creek Dr So. I have that sign. I took it in about 1985 when it was in danger of being destroyed. I didnt exactly has a good place to hang it because I was one of those Glendale singles. So, for several years it hung in a bar on colo blvd and mississippi... damned if I can remember the namer. Once was the Leaning Tower of Pizza. Now, I have the largest yard in the Highlands neighborhood and proudly hang it there. Anyone is invited to see it. I would love top have a picture of it in its day.
    Plus.... I too hung out at the creamery, went to Merrill, and TJ. Hung out with Bobbie Dietriech, his pops had that Conoco station.

  • May 24, 2008

    1:51 PM

    Liz Blackwell 76 writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    It looks like they got the blog working again! It is in a different format - and I really like it. I haven't been able to post anything for a really long time. Hope all is well with everyone.

    Karin's service was wonderful. Lots of great memories and love filled the room. Mike had everyone over to his place for food, drinks and reminiscing. My prayers go out to you - Mike, Joy, Meta, George, Connie and all of Karin's dear friends. She will be greatly missed.

    Please don't forget the fundraiser and memorial for Karin next weekend June 1st. Meadowlark at 27th and Larimer. 4 - 8 p.m. $20.00 at the door gets you BBQ and great jazz. We will have a silent auction to help raise some money to help Mike with all of the enormous medical bills still remaining. Mike will be there, so you can give him your love and support at this sad time. If you can't come to the benefit and would like to donate - please e-mail me at lizzy81652@yahoo.com and I will let you know where you can send a check.

    I am thinking about writing a book about the blog and all of the wonderful memories, new friends and all of the changes people have gone through since all of this started over a year ago. Anyone know any free lance writers out there? Dave Peters gave me the name of a gal from GW that has three books already published. Wish me luck - I have never atempted to write a book!

    Take good care and hope to see lots of you next Sunday! Liz

  • May 22, 2008

    6:30 PM

    Zack Pool writes:

    I am deeply saddened to hear about Karin, my thoughts and prayers are with Mike. I've read your blogs over the past year and know how much Karin will be missed. For those of you who haven't heard, another friend has passed away. Pete Bewster, passed early this month from liver cancer. There was a memorial May 21 in Steamboat, but since a lot of us couldn't make it, we thought it would be nice to remember Pete at a get together at Washington Park on June 14. The time and place to be determined, but probably around 2:00. If you have questions, please e-mail, I will keep you posted with the exact time and place. Thanks Zack

  • May 22, 2008

    6:30 PM

    Zack Pool writes:

    I am deeply saddened to hear about Karin, my thoughts and prayers are with Mike. I've read your blogs over the past year and know how much Karin will be missed. For those of you who haven't heard, another friend has passed away. Pete Bewster, passed early this month from liver cancer. There was a memorial May 21 in Steamboat, but since a lot of us couldn't make it, we thought it would be nice to remember Pete at a get together at Washington Park on June 14. The time and place to be determined, but probably around 2:00. If you have questions, please e-mail, I will keep you posted with the exact time and place. Thanks Zack

  • May 15, 2008

    10:31 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha karin you will be greatly missed. Mike and family my prayers are with you.
    peace and love beth

  • May 14, 2008

    10:10 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    ATTENTION CREAMERY KIDS...THIS BLOG IS LOADING UPSIDE DOWN! The newest entries are at the top!

    I hope that everyone read the last entry about Karin. I feel so blessed to have met her here on the blog, and later at all the parties. She was such a bright, bright light and she touched sooo many lives. Karin, I know you are up there with our moms. You were a star here and now you are an even brighter star! We will miss you terribly and love you always....To all Karin's family and friends, thank you for sharing Karin with us. I am so sorry and I am thinking about all of you and wish you peace.

    Love you, Nancy

  • May 14, 2008

    11:17 AM

    Connie writes:

    FYI

    Dear Bloggers, We wanted to let you to know that Karin passed away on Monday.
    For service information, please check the obituary section of the Rocky Mountain News.
    You can also contact Liz at lizzy81652@yahoo.com

    Please don't forget her benefit:

    Tunes Against Cancer
    A Benefit For Karin
    Meadowlark
    27th Larimer St.
    Sunday June 1st 4-8
    Door $20.00 Toward Medical Treatment
    BBQ, Happy Hour Drinks, Free Parking

    Thank you

  • May 11, 2008

    12:54 PM

    Jerry & Alex Larsen writes:

    haven't been on for several months, so thought I'd check in and say howdy.

    Karin and Mike: Our thoughts are with you in the fight you are facing and hope you can stay as upbeat as possible. Even on the toughest days, please take solace in the fact that a lot of positive energy is being sent your way - from many places - with the hope that a healing spirit will maintain itself in your presence and comfort you in this battle.

    Marla M.: I suspected you may have lived in Boise when many years ago the Idaho Statesman did a story about a woman with the same name. As I remember this woman was raising ferrets or rabbits or something. Was that you? We've lived here for almost 30 years and you're right; it is a great place to live. I lucked out and married one of the Rador girls (Alex), (did you know her?) and we have a couple of kids, 18 and 19. I'm still riding motorcycles but spend most of my free time playing Irish music in a band or two about town. So you're living the Montana ranch life, eh? Didn't you or your Dad have a connection in Victor, Montana also?

    This blog is acting kind of weird, hopefully it will accept this post. Happy Mothers Day to all the moms out there!! -later

  • May 9, 2008

    9:39 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Just wanted to say hi after a long absence. Dave, is Wild Blue playing in May anywhere?

  • May 8, 2008

    12:22 AM

    Connie writes:

    Hi All, I hope people are still checking the blog every now & then. I don't know if it's that people are having problems with the site or have drifted off. I know George & Joy can't get it to work, but have contacted Mike Rudeen for help.
    Could someone try posting so we will know if anyone is still around? Maybe I am just a thread ender!

    Thanks!

  • May 5, 2008

    12:03 AM

    Connie writes:

    Hello, I thought I would mention on the blog that anyone who needs or wants the information for Karin's benefit should check out:

    eojazz.com
    or
    myspace.com/eojazz

    Thank you! Hope to see you there!

    Connie

  • May 5, 2008

    12:02 AM

    Connie writes:

    Hello, I thought I would mention on the blog that anyone who needs or wants the information for Karin's benefit should check out:

    eojazz.com
    or
    myspace.com/eojazz

    Thank you! Hope to see you there!

    Connie

  • May 4, 2008

    5:43 PM

    Larry Pote writes:

    Ok..this is kind of a pain having to sign up to post comments now....but what the heck.

    Thanks Kim for the nice thoughts. I had knee surgery 6 weeks ago as I blew out my knee skiing in Feb. Rehab is going well and I expect to be back on the disc golf courses before the end of summer!
    My prayers are with you Karin, sorry things are going rough for you these days.

  • April 15, 2008

    7:34 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha everyone,
    Figured I would check in on everyone. Good to see new memories here.
    Karin and Mike my prayers are with you.
    Marla single in Hawaii is the only way to go, and as far as the trucks I drove a rust bucket over there and still drive truck's go figure must be in the blood. You better stay away from them mommie hay burners.We're getting to old for those kind of hits. At least I am. Can't even imagine trying to run away from a pissed mama cow.
    Are you all getting spring fever there in Co.your temp is better then ours.
    Planning a trip for Denver in June to paint Bryson's house might have to plan on leaving sooner and get there buy the first.
    Nancy I thought Jerry's mom was old at 97, but 103 thats amazing. happy birthday to her.
    Well Aloha to all
    I Love you
    Beth listening to Brother IZ

  • April 12, 2008

    12:16 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    We are at 7000 blogs! Amazing, even tho' it has slowed down, I check in once in awhile. I am sorry to hear about Karin. I hope that she is accepted for the clinical trial. Karin, we love ya babe!!

    Sharon, it is nice to have you on the blog and read your memories. Please pass this blog address on to some others that you may not have seen on the blog. It is so great to hear from new people. We shopped at the May D and F a lot! Once, us kids were in the car waiting for my mom and we watched her come out of the east door, and go back in. We didn't see her for another 30 minutes or so. She said she couldn't find the car! Now, being almost 47, I understand......

    Thanks for the invite Dave, we always enjoy your band!

    Take care everyone and join me in wishing my hubby's grandma Flo a very happy 103rd birthday today!!

    Love you all,
    Nancy

  • April 10, 2008

    6:40 PM

    dave p and sue writes:

    Hi kids!..Been off the blog for quite awhile..glad to see people back on. Thought I'd give you all a Karin update. Karin has been in the hospital for two weeks recieving nutrition and chemo. She is back home now and still on IV'S that mike will have to monitor and change for her. She will have another round of chemo in three weeks. There is a clinical trial that is a possibility and is being explored. Karin and Mike send there love and thnaks for the support.
    Here is a memory from elementary school.
    The denver play festival. Every denver school had to learn a different dance or routine of some kind in gym class and perform it on one big night at the denver auditorium arena. Hated using gym class to learn a dance instead of playing four square soft ball or tether ball.
    Wild Blue is playing at jammin Joes on april 25th and 26th ..Kipling and I70 southeast corner. Next to ramada Inn. No cover charge as usual just an invite to come and party. See ya there.

    Hi Mary!

  • April 7, 2008

    1:20 AM

    Sharon Day Sligar writes:

    Wow! What fun this was to remember the old childhood stomping grounds. I was surprised to see there was another Day family in the area. My Day family lived on Atlantic Pl, just off Holly. My brother Frank would have graduated from GW in 62, he went to the Naval Academy and is now a retired doctor in the Bay Area in California who has developed a training tool for triathaletes etc. My other brother John would have graduated from GW in 66. He joined the Army shortly after graduation, spent some time in Viet Nam, and is now a molecular Biologist in California. My sister Susan was "best" friends with Kay Lancaster whose name I have seen from time to time. She graduated in 69, but our family moved to CA in 66. I remember White Sands, Celebrity Lanes, Hyline Canal. We really had an idyllic childhood. I went to Ash Grove and then to Merrill before we moved. My favorite teacher of all time was Mr. Fields at Ash Grove. My mother worked at the May D & F at University Hills, and we swam at the Y at Universtiy Hills. We used to ride the bus downtown to see movies, and my father took my sister and I to the airport when the Beatles made their first US tour in 64 and we got to see them drive around the perimeter of the airport in their limos, what a thrill! We got to see the Beach Boys perform somewhere that was free and say a "parade" for Sonny & Cher downtown. There are just some quick flashes of some of my childhood memories. I remember the Denver Drumstick, one of my favorite places to eat as well as a smorgasborg that I can not think of the name of but I think was on Colorado. We went to the A & W a lot as it was closer to our house. We had a small shopping center across the street from us on Holly that had a drug store in it, a pizzeria, a doctors office, a library...among other things. Wow enough for now!

  • March 16, 2008

    10:55 PM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    So nice to see people blogging! Can you believe it has been a year since this thing started? AMAZING!

    Marla, I don't remember you, but Thor and I saw Kurt a few weeks ago. He is doing pretty well. Living in Montrose. Saw Bill Taylor in Belize in December. Beautiful place and great diving!
    P.s. - Thor says hi!

    The new date for Karin's benefit is June 1st. I have had a really hard time getting anything to post on the blog lately - but please keep this date open. It is a Sunday afternoon from 3 -7. Great music at Brix in LoDo. We will have a silent auction and hope to make some good money to help out with Karin's medical treatments - about $15,000 per month! If any of you can think of silent auction donations please e-mail me at lizzy81652@yahoo.com. Know anyone with season tix for Broncos, Rockies, Avs - that might have a couple of tickets available for a game they can't attend? Anyone know restuarant owners that might donate a dinner or two? Just trying to get some ideas brewing. E-mail me if you want more info....

    Keep your thoughts and prayers going for our wonderful Karin. She is trying really hard to keep her chin up - but it is really hard. She needs our positive energy. Thanks guys and take care! Liz

  • March 15, 2008

    10:07 PM

    Marla writes:


    Hi.

    Nancy, I do remember your sister - and she was indeed, a sweetie.

    So do both of you - Jerry C. and Jerry L. live in Boise? I loved that town. We would ride our bikes on the greenbelt and tube the river during the summer, float the Snake, etc - then hit that wine bar on the corner downtown. There is a ton of stuff to do there -- you have both the mt's and the desert -- I'd move back in the proverbial heartbeat.
    Especially, since I am badly limping today -- after being chased & rammed by a 1200lb angry mother cow -- Cripes, I was just trying to help her -- ungrateful old hay-burner.

    Marla

  • March 13, 2008

    5:11 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Liver intact, still have most of my hair and teeth

  • March 11, 2008

    7:14 PM

    Mary in the Bitterroot writes:

    Dana, Dave Peters, etc, let's get back on here for fun - and support.

    And our life - Okey dokey?

    Anyone got a liver? Just kidding!!

  • March 11, 2008

    6:53 PM

    Jerry Coulter '74 writes:

    Lance...Was'nt Cottonwood Pass where we went to get to Taylor Park Res.and Tin cup? I remember going there and staying in that cabin more than once.Do you remember being there for awhile then it started getting dark and cool, so you start a fire in the fire place. Then it sounded as if the flue was falling,that woodpecker came out of there ,feathers smoking and shaking,landed up in the ceiling.You ended up grabbing him and took him outside.For them few seconds we wondered what was going on....Nancy , I here that sushi is'nt too bad if you cook it first.

  • March 11, 2008

    6:36 PM

    Mary in the Bitterroot writes:

    Just went outside. Here in the Big Sky of Montana.

    Dory dog just ate my other dogs poop!

    Gawd, I hate that!!

    xoxo

    The Mary

  • March 11, 2008

    5:58 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone,
    Guess we are all crawling out of our winter caves....it is nice to see some chatting going on! Lance, thanks for the update on the fundraiser. I kept forgetting to ask Liz about it.
    Marla, did you know my sister Virginia Blackwell? She was class of '75. She had some mental issues, but just wondered if you remembered her? She died in 2002, if you hadn't read that on the blog. She was shy, but a sweetie...
    Larry, I hope that everything comes out okay! I don't know what is up, but I hope you heal quickly. Thanks for all the inspiring emails! (especially the clip from the Oprah show).

    Hey Mary, I sort of remember the carnivals, but I mostly remember the little fishing kiosk at Elitches. I don't know why that popped into my head?? You could catch little plastic fish and win a prize. I guess it was in the kid part of Elitches. I recently found,(or refound) a picture of me in one of the cars at Kiddieland. There was a fake Chevron station there. I remember how cool it felt to think you were actually controlling the car!

    Thanks for the memories!! Hi Doug!

    Hey Ron, I am a bad friend! It is already March and I haven't called to have sushi! I will send you an email after I am finished here!!

    Take care all, and we would love to hear from you Karin and Joy!!

    Georgia and Dana, have you guys picked a time to go to Maui??? Call us!!

    Love ya all,,,Nancy

  • March 11, 2008

    12:46 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I have been down in Florida for a week and it's good to get back see more activity on the blog

  • March 11, 2008

    12:34 PM

    Mary in the Bitterroot writes:

    Well, guess we all got to face up to the fact we are getting older and yes - we get sick. It just happens.

    But, we can still reflect on the fun stuff!! Right?

    Karin, I have some good pictures at the "hanging lake" in Glenwood Canyon. I need to do a picture album on google's picasa web site. It's free. We hould all do that. Remember you, Rugby, Ron and me all hiking up that hill? Now that was fun!!! Ohh, to be so young again! I think we also went to Aspen. You looked much better in a swimming suit than I did too!!

    Anyone remember being a "scrub" entering into junior high? What about the carnivals at Virginia Village?

    Geeze. Wish I had a job.

  • March 11, 2008

    9:10 AM

    Lance writes:

    You guys, the date of the fundraiser is being rescheduled due to a Rockies game on that same day. George is working with Brix on a new date. Probably some time in May.

    STAY TUNED

  • March 11, 2008

    6:55 AM

    Kim Wilson Sinicki, '75 writes:

    Larry P. good luck with surgery this week, glad they could move you up. I know everything will go good. Thanks for being there, I'm sure I will talk to when I get back. But do me a favor a listen to the Docs. sometimes they actually know what they are talking about.

  • March 10, 2008

    11:05 PM

    Mary in the Bitterroot writes:

    Dang, I hope I don't get dogged again on my comment. Seems something happens and I get the "message" if you know what I mean.

    Marla, it was great to talk with you the other day. And, good to see you on here! We need some fun!!

    Lance, what happened to Bill in Belize? Why doesn't he blog?

    Well, anyone up for making this fun again?

  • March 10, 2008

    8:44 PM

    Marla writes:


    Hi. Hey - thanks you guys. Nancy - with the aid of MANY forged excues for missing class - I graduated in 1974. Jerry -- I remember you too - and I live 'out in the country' where you can only count so many stars before you get cold & decide to come in and Google around a little -which is how I found this blog. I live in the sticks & have never written in one of these.

    Lance, I do indeed remember Kurt riding here in the winter -- we were 'in love' & nuts back then. We were also so poor we even (gulp) took the Greyhound! One time I got on one in Denver & a strange guy got on and asked for a ticket to Butt, Montana. Cracked me up!


    You guys might remember my orange 49 GMC pickup - that I drove to school & Kurt and I took to his bike races. (My dad painted it orange so others 'would see me coming'). I had a 'cool' uncle who owned a station - so he kept us in 'clean air stickers' for the wrecks we drove -- including Kurt's old station wagon.

    One summer, Kurt & I went camping in Wyoming for a few days in the 49. On the way home, we were pulled-over by a zealous Patrolman - who made us get out 'with our hands up' -- while he held a shot-gun on us! Gawd! - turns out a couple in an old pickup had robbed a store somewhere. We smoked no more forever on that trip.

    Beth - I lived in Honolulu for 4 yrs & it was great. I was single, had a good job, and an MG. Now I am (happily) married, a Montanan, and for the most part, drive a pickup. What happened?

    Today - I was out harrowin' (country version of heroin). We only have 20 acres - but our neighbors have a big ranch and actually let me loose on their very valuable tractors! Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty & me stack & load round bales, rake hay, harrow & work on my tan. I don't kid myself though. I know I'm just a pair of hands who can drive a clutch and work a set of hydraulics. I don't care -- I LOVE IT!

    Anyway. I'd better 'sign off'. It sounds as though, for the most part, everyone is doing alright. I hope so.

    I'll stay posted.

    Marla


  • March 10, 2008

    6:33 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    It is good to see something happening on the blog! Marla, welcome! What year did you graduate?? Just curious! I am always happy to see people's memories.
    Did everyone see the info on Leslie Fishbein (president of Kacey's furniture in Denver) in the newspaper. Someone was telling a story about her riding a horse to the McDonald's on Colo. and Mississippi in her childhood. I read somewhere later that she is a GW graduate (1970). She probably knew of the Creamery. I think her maiden name was Barton. It sounds like she is in critical condition. So sad for her family....

    Anyway, keep bloggin' and remember the date for Karin's fundraiser in April 13th! Love ya Karin!

    Lance and Jerry, love the stories, keep 'em comin"!! Hi Mary!

    Nancy

  • March 9, 2008

    9:23 PM

    Lance writes:

    Jerry, I remember that trip very well. We could have grown icecicles from our chins. Do you remember going over Cotton Wood Pass on the bikes?
    We did it a few times. Each time was a tuff mutha.

  • March 9, 2008

    4:39 PM

    Jerry Coulter '74 writes:

    Lance, I remember the time you and I were riding to Alamosa or there abouts.It was raining the whole time so we decided the weather might be better towards Aspen way. We got so far down the road when we decided "screw this", and decided to head home instead.We got over that pass past Leadville, and the rain had turned to snow.We both pulled over on the side of the highway, never saying a word to each other, or removing our helmets,and built a fire to get warm and dry. The forest was soaked, but it took us only minutes to get our fire started, and get dried out enough to finish our ride back home.Man- o man was I cold that day!!

  • March 9, 2008

    3:34 PM

    Lance writes:

    Marla,

    I remember and I am sure you do too, the time when Kurt hopped on his motorcycle in the dead of winter to go see you. I think it was Missoula. Kurt told me that he was so cold he stopped some where and bought newspapers to stuff inside his coat, pants and even his boots. I guess probably after he was about half dead, he stopped at a truck stop or cafe to thaw out and get something warm. He gets to a table and takes his coat off and a bunch of paper falls out, he takes off another layer of clothes and more paper falls out. Meanwhile the local patrons are all seeing this. Also a pool of water gathering on the floor around his feet from his melt down. I can imagine what the patrons must have thought...
    Either this guy is nuts, he must be RAMBO or he just plain doesn't have both oars in the water.
    I love Kurt but I just can not figure out which of us is nuttier.

  • March 9, 2008

    10:33 AM

    Mary writes:

    Haven't been on here for a long time - as nobody else has either.

    Maria where did you go to Jr. High and what year? What high school?

  • March 8, 2008

    7:14 PM

    Jerry Coulter '74 writes:

    Marla, I remember you,last I remember you lived in Montana.I am amazed out how people from long ago and far away continue to show up on this blog.It makes me wonder how you all find out about it from so far away,I'm guessing the same way I did (someone called and told you).Marla, just wanted to say that I remember you,It's been along time, those were some good old days.

  • February 29, 2008

    9:51 PM

    Marla writes:

    Hi. I am sort of on the fringes of your group -- I 'went' with Kurt B. for 6 yrs or so - prom, etc. Craig O, Greg D, Lance, Jerry, Thor, Bill Taylor (you are wonderful friends to Kurt), etc. Jerry -- I lived in Boise for 10 yrs and loved it. Mary - you must live here in the Bitterroot -- I am NE of Stevensville; call me - 777-1146. I learned to 'ride' out behind Place on either the Bultaco or Maiico -- and still have the Bultaco earrings that Kurt made for me. Mom always knew about the keggers -- my clothes smelled of smoke. And who was'nt in love with the gorgeous Steve Donizio?? and afraid of Steve Maes? Kurt & I would take his Mom's red mustang & cruise -- one night Kurt wound-up NAKED, drunk & laughing - running around in the sand behind Place. AAAHHH - the good old days.

    Marla

  • February 24, 2008

    9:28 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    Please keep Sunday afternoon, April 13th open. We are planning a large fundraiser for Karin Heiserman at a bar called Brix in Lodo. There will be live music from 3 - 7. We are hoping to put together a silent auction, door prizes and possibly a poker run inside the bar. All of these ideas are being tossed around, but have to get some ok's from some folks. Our goal is to raise a minimum of $3000 to help out Mike and Karin. The cost of her drugs is unbelievable - about $15,000 per month! I talked to Karin the other night, and she is keeping her spirits up pretty well. Whatever any of you can do to help at this fundraiser will be GREATLY appreciated. Please let me know if you have any ideas to help with the fundraiser, or silent auction items, or just want to volunteer to help out at the event. You can e-mail me at lizzy81652@yahoo.com. Thanks so much for supporting our wonderful friend Karin! Liz

  • February 23, 2008

    6:31 PM

    Lance writes:

    Red Alert!! Do NOT stop and roll!!!!

    Information will be coming soon.

    We encourage all Creamery Kids/Friends to check our site frequently as to new gatherings for 2008.

    Also, once info is posted, we would appreciate your opinions.

    Proverb says, Iron sharpens iron. Friends sharpen friends.

  • February 19, 2008

    7:36 PM

    Thor '74 writes:

    Hey annonymous,
    I totally agree with your views on Doug Swing, he was an incredible individual!!! I actually drove his Shelby before I had my license, doing burnouts down the trash transfer road, memories I hope that I never forget!!! But that wasn't what made Doug special, it was his zest for life, too bad his was so short!!! His sister Barb just dog-sat for us while we were on a cruise...great girl!!! He did have epilepsy and that was what took his life way before his time. He has two wonderful daughters that were here last year, from Australia, wonderful young women!!!

    Thanks Nancy for your wishes!!! It was a great cruise!!!! None better!!! More news to follow.
    Thor

  • February 19, 2008

    8:55 AM

    Lance writes:

    To the Anonymous One,

    Who ever you are, welcome aboard. It sounds like you have been away from Denver for awhile in your reference to the trees. Not to mention this area now stretches from Pueblo to Cheyenne. I think I liked it better when we were known as the "Cow Town". Keep writing and stirring the brain cells, but I think that deaf child is probably eligible for social security. And hopefully that child is as fortunate as we are to have survived our youth.

  • February 18, 2008

    6:02 PM

    anonymous blogger writes:

    The crane that had the Christmas tree was owned by the Frohlich's who lived on Atlantic.

    The concert at Red Rocks where the Denver police got carried away and triggered a riot was Jethro Tull.
    http://www.tullpress.com/lafree18jun71.htm

    The best quarter back was either George Tacinas or Joey Strain.

    Remember Joann Sunshine? Jeff VanNess?

    Doug Swing was the truest friend one could hope for. Was with him once when we went south to north on the Peak to Peak highway flat out. From what I remember he had epilepsy.

    What about Rick King? Last I heard of him he had a video rental business in Breckenridge.

    Didn't hang out at the creamery much since I never had any money. The names in the blog are stirring brain cells I thought were lost for good.

    Denver has changed so much. Trees are alot bigger.

    The caution sign at the top of Jewell, "Deaf Child" is still there. The deaf child must now be about 50 something.

    I feel lucky to have survived my youth. Best wishes to all those who were part of a very special, very strange era. Riots at GW. Getting mugged in the restrooms. Police patrolling the halls. Cars getting vandalized while we were in class. National news crews interviewing students about the riots while they were peaking.

    I will still not eat ice cream at the Baskin Robbins on Colorado near Evans after witnessing my friends going barefoot through the ice cream buckets after closing.

    Celebrity Sports, Monaco Lanes, the Mayan at 50 cents for a double movie.

    Lyndon Bains F..n Johnson who was keen to get me and my friends off to a war we were completely against.

    The first march down Spear Blvd for ecology awareness.

    The island at Washington Park. The HIll in Boulder

    The best music of all time

    Chris Unfug, who needed rock and roll to sleep by. Alway a connoisseur of the music of the day. His taste in music was spot on. He was able to identify the best performers of the day. Still accurate to this day.

    The straight A student at GW who was never straight.

  • February 12, 2008

    4:48 PM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Hi Beth! Liz and Thor are definitely an item. They have so many amazing things in common. I am very happy for them! It is strange how this blog has changed lives....

    What did Royce mean by the trees? Is he talking about the pines in the mountains? The pine beetle has attack all of our lodgepole pine trees and they are all dying off. It is very sad...It looks really bad in Dillon and up parts of I-70. Nothing they can do about it, unfortunately. I guess it is bad near Grand Lake area too. We will still have other pine trees, but the slopes will be looking a lot different in the coming years.

    Thanks for the quote, very sweet! I hope we have another reunion this summer, what do ya think? We haven't really had a lot of blogging, but some people are keeping in touch by email. Maybe the blog will come back to life!

    Hey everyone, I miss reading memories and updates in people's lives!! Come back!!!!

    Hey Karin! I miss our "cocktail" hours on the blog!! I hope you are feeling better!! Love ya!!

    Happy Tuesday!

    Nancy

  • February 12, 2008

    3:17 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha all Happy late birthday Liz,Hope you had a good one. Is there another romance found in our blog family? Thor & Liz?
    Karin How you doing are you keeping your spirits up?
    My prayers are with you and your family. Get well.
    Sandie girl where are you?
    Royce my cousin was wondering whats up with all the tree's?
    Here's a something for you all."How hard it is to escape from places! However carefully one goes, they hold you--- you leave little bits of yourself fluttering on the fences, little rags and shreds of your very life." Katherine Mansfield.
    Makes me think of all of you.
    Have a good one later beth

  • February 11, 2008

    1:24 PM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Oops, class of '76....Sorry Liz!

    Hi to Lance and Larry too!

  • February 11, 2008

    1:22 PM

    Nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Hellooo out there! Is anyone around?? Hi Mary, it is nice to see you on the blog and checking in. I have been bad about posting lately. I hope more folks will check in and let us know what is new!

    I want to wish my big sis Liz a very Happy Birthday! Everyone knows that she is GW class of '75, so I will go ahead and say it:

    Happy 50th!!!

    I am so happy that you have found your true love. I know that you guys are having an amazing day today! Enjoy your spa treatment and let me know how else you celebrated!
    Love to you and Thor!

    Special love and hugs to all the Heiserman clan!!

    Have a great day everyone,

    Nancy

  • February 7, 2008

    6:50 PM

    Mary H. writes:

    What happened to everyone? I don't log on much but still like to read the scoop on everything.

    Me, still in Montana. Went to AZ to be with my mom while my step-dad had major surgery. Then since I had to go back through Denver anyway, I stayed for a few days and saw my children and grandchildren. Found another "handyman" to do some stuff for me at my condo - doesn't do any carpentry though. The other one that did some stuff for me had a lot going on and quess wasn't able to get back with me on things - which I understand. He was really good and I sure could have used more of his great carpentry skills.

    That's about it.

    See ya,

    Mary

  • January 29, 2008

    6:12 PM

    Lance writes:

    Karin, I think you should throw another log on the fire and wheel on outside to continue counting the stars. For you are going to be here for quite a while!

    Do some wheelies for us.
    Love You

  • January 29, 2008

    11:35 AM

    KARIN writes:

    Lance...........I would LOVE to able to dance right now!!!!!!!!!! movin a bit slow these days, however the wheelchair dance i could manage. count me in on the "spritual" dance!I don't know nancy, that lost her sister, but tell her i will pray for her and her family in these hard days.I truley believe that prayer is most powerful! it has been for me.creamstock 2 huh? count me in!! Karin

  • January 27, 2008

    4:30 PM

    Lance writes:

    Karin,

    At this Creamstock we can dance to our spiritual natures to you from us.

  • January 27, 2008

    10:11 AM

    nancy blackwell-grieder '79 writes:

    Hello everyone,

    Larry, tell Nancy that she and her family are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Beth, how are ya? Maybe another June "Creamstock 2" can be planned!! What do ya'll think???

    I met a neighbor yesterday who knows some GW graduates. He was class of '75 (Tim-I can't remember the school you went to). Anyway, Tim Arnold hopefully will come on and share some great memories! It is such a small world..Ron-Tim even remembers the Red Barn. I wish I had a picture of it, but who took pics of restaurants? I hardly have any pictures from my home or street. I only have pics of Christmases and Birthdays....

    Karin, I can't find your email address. I will email Joy and get it. Or Joy, you can email me too! I am thinking about you, Karin and how strong you are!!! I want to chair dance with you again at Augy's!

    Love all of ya! Nancy

  • January 26, 2008

    5:19 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    Some sad news to report. Nancy Whitmore's ('75) sister Barb (Barb Whitmore-Deba) has passed away. Her service is this Monday the 28th at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic church, located in Parker, at 11am. I'm sure that Nancy and family would appretiate all who can attend. Prayers for her family would also be greatly appretiated.

    Larry

  • January 26, 2008

    12:42 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha All,
    Karin do like Dana & Georgia said and keep the spirit up.It's good to read you again.
    I want to wish Julie Molen Moot HAPPY BIRTHDAY!Hau'oil La Hanau.
    Judy I remember the Bennit's Hung out with Scott Bennit for awhile until they moved to happy canyon rd.
    This blog brings back so many memories. Its coming up on a year since it started.
    So when is the next creamstock? Something to think about.
    Well take care all later Beth

  • January 21, 2008

    7:24 PM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    We totally understand girl, just keep getting better and give us a call when you guys are ready. Luv us

  • January 21, 2008

    12:22 PM

    karin writes:

    Liz and Thor, great to hear from you too!! Dana and Georgia hi to you guys too!!I hope we can do a dinner soon. just not feeling well enough to do much yet. being hit by an 18 wheeler comes to mind.Mike took me out for errands this weekend and that was great. the mountains are so beautiful covered with snow. the hardest thing is that Im use to going 90 to nothing every day,the brake got pulled big time!after being in bed for over 2 months just sitting up here is a blessing to me!! its so fun that our little(?) blog is still going strong!! just keep it going, I love reading it!!

  • January 19, 2008

    6:00 PM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone! This is blog #7000! Who'da thunk it?? Karin, oh it is so wonderful to see you on the blog! I raise my glass of wine to you and your courage, and your wonderful family! I love ya girl and I think of you every day! Keep on keepin' on. You and your family, (including Sue!), amaze me! You give hope to so many people on so many levels, sweetie!! We are here for you!!!!! Hello Joy, I think of you and your family often too! I am sending all my love your way.

    Judy, Cathy Stevens sounds familiar. What year did you graduate? I am too lazy to scroll up the blog and look!

    Ron, check your email! Hey all, have a great weekend and thanks for making this blog so amazing and being such wonderful people....Love you all!!

    Nancy

  • January 19, 2008

    3:48 PM

    judy higgins writes:

    .............MIKE WEILER...............

    i remember you a little..have to check out pics'
    karen cody use to ride horses too.

    do you remember.. sherry bennit or mimi haddad or
    cathy stevens. grace king..

    i use to ride a mini-bike and a go-cart in the field across from ash grove..

    at merrill i hung out with lisa leahey.. a redheaded guy name cliff ?

    at gw.. i dated the math teacher's son.. brian vaughan.

    those were such good times... lol..

    ttyl
    judy

  • January 18, 2008

    9:43 PM

    Liz and Thor writes:

    KARIN!!!!!

    Thor and I are SO HAPPY to see your blog! We have been thinking about you so much, and praying for you. You sound really good. Sue - you are so awesome. Everyone should be so lucky to have such a wonderful friend. Karin, keep the faith and let us know what we can do, ok? We are here for ya girl! Love ya.....

  • January 18, 2008

    8:34 PM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    Alright good to see you on again girl. And more importantly you sound like your old self again. Keep that spirit up its probably more important than anything. Let us know when your ready to do that dinner we've been promising you. Love us

  • January 18, 2008

    1:54 PM

    Karin writes:

    Hi everyone! this is the first time Ive been on my computer for 3 months, thought Id check in! WOW, you guys are my angels, each and every one of you!!there are No words that could possibly express how I feel! your thoughts and prayers and your generosity is beyond belief!! your prayers came across the miles to me that is for sure!Houston was a positive experience, well, the clinic at least!! filled with loving folks that at least gave me hope, which no one here did. it was a long time to be away from home and Sue and I got VERY homesick!!Sue was amazing. she carved out 16 days of her life to take care of me and was just a blessing. she took care of me, made me laugh( when I didn't want to ) held me when I broke down and cried and even stayed with me when I threw up!!!!!!!! now THATS a buddy huh?? she should get some kind of award for driving on the Houston highways at the very least!!! she has always been a great friend, but she has moved on over into the "family" thing now!! she is more of a sister to me than my own sister, Missy Sue, I love ya babe!! I have also been blessed with this incredible "Heiserman family" as well.........WOW again. from Mikes incredible Mom, Meta to Joy and George, the girls, Patty and George and all the others that trickle down, you are nothing short of the best of the best.Im so proud and lucky to be part of this family!we could NOT have done any of this without all of you!!this has been the hardest journey we have every been through, but I promise all of you i will fight a great fight and not give up. somedays are very difficult, that is for sure, but Im going for the long haul....maybe even another Creamstock????can't miss that!!you all mean so very much to me I can't put in words!! I could not have done this without each and every one of you, and for that I thank you very, very much!your emails have made me cry ,they were just so sweet and caring! never in my life would I have imagined this sweet little neighborhood called"virginia village" would turn out some of the most incredible folks on this planet..............but it did!! I love you all so much!! so glad to be home!!! love you all!! Karin

  • January 16, 2008

    9:05 AM

    George B. writes:

    Hey Sherry, this is Joy H's George. I have an idea of how to raise more funds for Karin. Would you or anyone else who cares to be on the committee, write to me at geo989@comcast.net. Thanks-- George B.

  • January 12, 2008

    7:12 PM

    Sherry (Eddy) Penfold writes:

    Happy New Year!

    I haven't read the blog for quite awhile.

    For Karen & Mike: Lots of prayers coming your way. If there is another fundraiser, I would love to help out.

    Tom A: Best wishes on your recent marriage-I think she is very lucky. Take care.

    Frank: We need to talk! I lost my phone with your number. Please call me.

    Sherry Eddy

  • January 11, 2008

    7:44 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha hou oli makahiki hou. Hope you all are having a good new year.
    Karin I'm so glad that you are home and doing good.
    Tom & Debbie congrats. Here to a new year full of love and friendship.
    Mike take a looksey for me at the year books Judy Higgins sure sounds like I should now you. Didido on the pic's from NYE would love to see them.Sure wish I still had my year books.
    Take care my prayers are with you Karin. Best wishes to everyone of you Love Beth

  • January 11, 2008

    8:43 AM

    Kim Wilson Sinicki, '75 writes:

    I hope everyone had a Happy New Year. Congrats Tom & Debbie. Glad to see Mike Weiler has joined us. Great news about Karin, just proves that all the creamery kids are still fighters.
    Karin you are in my thoughts and prayers, keep up the great fight.
    When will pictures from NYE be posted. would love to see them.

  • January 7, 2008

    7:36 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    God Bless Karin!

    Sorry I haven't mentioned it earlier, but you have been in my prayers as well.

  • January 6, 2008

    9:47 PM

    Lance writes:

    Karin, here's to you Lady.

    Back in the middle of December I caught a little flack for slight mention of your situation. Now look what is happening. You are improving and coming home sooner. Make no mistake, the power of prayer!
    God has more intentions for you and won't let you come home to His house yet. He has unfinished business for you to carry on for Him.
    That's the way He is.

    I'm so happy for the good news.

  • January 6, 2008

    7:46 PM

    Liz 76 writes:

    AWESOME KARIN!

    Great news! You can beat this - YOU ARE BEATING THIS! Keep your chin up with lots of positive thoughts. Our collecive prayers must be helping. Keep em coming everyone!

    Tom and Debbie - We are so happy for you. Every time life seems to be getting us down, something wonderful happens to change everything. Congratulations to both of you! Here is to a long, loving, happy marriage!

    Dana and Georgia - Thanks for your incredible gift on New Years! Nancy and Tony can't wait to hear from you. They are going to buy a new bed for the condo in April, so wait until after April to book the condo. They are talking about geting a nice tempurpedic bed....OOOOHHH SO comfortable! I know you will enjoy the Maui Kai.
    Oh, glad the chia's are doing well......
    Have a great evening all!!!!

  • January 6, 2008

    2:51 PM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    Hey good to hear the good news about Karin. Our prayers are with you girl. Lets get better so we can do that dinner we talked about.

    Wow, congrats Tom and Deb.

    Great spending New Years with all of you. Dave the band was amazing as always and a big thanks to Don and his staff for all of the hard work. Lets do it again soon.

    Hey my chia heads are growing, Later us.

  • January 5, 2008

    4:20 PM

    mike weiler75 writes:

    Judy Higgins ? you went to ash grove, merril, place and GW, so did I, We lived up the block fron Julie Yorker. How about Tom Bott, Karen Cody and a host of others from the neiborhood. I guess I'll have to search my old class pictures to remember who you are.

  • January 5, 2008

    1:51 PM

    Nancy B-G '79 writes:

    Great news!! Karin, I am so happy for you! Keep going girl, you can do it!!! I know you will be so happy to be home!

    Mary, what are you redecorating? It seems like a lot of people are in remodel mode. Something good to do when it is cold outside! Today is actually quite warm in Denver!

    Have a great Saturday everyone!

  • January 5, 2008

    7:54 AM

    Mary H writes:

    WOW! Way to go Debbie and Tom!! Debbie and I go way back!

    Karin that is awesome you are doing better! Let me know if you are up to doing any decorating ideas for a diversion. If not, I understand totally.

  • January 4, 2008

    7:03 PM

    Dave P and Sue writes:

    Congratulations tom and debbie! Another creamstock romance ends well! Great seeing you both on new years. Thanks to evryone for your donations for karin. We raised $1866.00! on new years eve thru the auction. God bless you all. Great news! Karin had a blood test when they first went to the clinic in houston and a measure was taken of the level of melanoma markers in her blood. As of yesterday she tested at 30 percent less than a week and a half ago!!! She is getting better. Its working! Kepp sending your thoughts and prayers her way!
    Dave
    ps.. Since she is doing so well they are releasing her early so karin and sue are on they,re way home tuesday night!

  • January 4, 2008

    6:41 PM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Congrats Tom!! I wish you and Debbie the best!! It seems like a lot of great things are happening in 2008.
    Karin, hope you are doing well in Houston and I send you all my love!! You go girl!

    Happy New Year everyone!

    Nancy

  • January 4, 2008

    7:07 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Congratulations Tom and Debbie

  • January 4, 2008

    6:55 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Hey everybody,,,

    Just wanted to say that New Years was a terrific time for sure. Sure wish Karin and Mike could have been there.
    I just know the new year will bring such a better life for so many people. Karin getting the treatment she needs and will beat this thing and feel better than she has in a long time. Will be around to help us keep a proper perspective on just how precious life is, and to be happy with every day as it comes.
    I also wanted to thank a special someone for letting me go from an impossible relationship, and to also give a more special thanks to someone who caught me before my wall went back up. I am extreemly happy to announce to the world that Debbie Wise is now Debbie Armstrong, yes we did the boy scout thing and tied the knot yesterday. Never thought I'd do anything like that in this life time. We have gotten to know each other so much better, and is so comforting to be with someone who is down to earth, feelings first, everything else after that.
    Everyone have a great year, I know we will.

  • January 1, 2008

    11:19 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Happy New Year Everyone!

    We had a fabulous time at Augy's last night. The silent auction went quite well. We raised over $1800.00 for Karin and Mike! The 5 day stay in Maui went for over $600, and believe it or not, the dinner at the firehouse - donated by Thor, went for $230! AWESOME! Tom didn't get any bids on the truck, apparently no fixer-upper types there last night. He is still going to sell it and donate the money, so if you are interested, please let Tom know. Thanks so much to Don Starnes for all of the donations also. He had some really cool stuff, some still available. How about a miniature indy race car that is a pool table light???? That was pretty cool! Thanks to Bill and Adriane for the beautiful pictures. They were a hit! Thanks so much to Dave and the band - you guys were awesome! Had a different group of woo-woo girls -we missed you Karin!!!!

    Karin and Sue - We took some video of the party and are trying to figure out how to copy and send to you. I would love to wish Karin a happy new year and tell her all about the party. Can you e-mail me with a phone number and a good time to call for a couple of minutes? (Only if Karin is up to it) My e-mail is lizzy81652@yahoo.com. Joy said you went to Galveston - that is SO GREAT! Hope you felt all of the loving and healing thoughts from Augys last night. We love you so much and KNOW you can beat this!!!!! Happy New Year!!!!!

  • December 31, 2007

    10:58 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Guys,

    Thanks again Tom - I hope the truck gets lots of high bids! I think anyone who wants to bid can and should bid! Maybe some rich guy will stop by to see the band, and be touched enough to write a huge check!

    Bill Taylor is donating a couple of pictures of Belize to the auction. He is a fantastic photographer! He is emailing to me and I will get printed and framed today.

    Hope lots of people can stop by tonight. It will be REALLY fun! Happy New Year to everyone! Hope 2008 is the best one yet! Liz

  • December 31, 2007

    1:53 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Liz,

    This is the truck I had described to Bill Taylor earlier in the blog. In it's hay day it performed at least as well (maybe better) than the infamous Black Nova I had way back when that we were talking about. Definetly handled high speeds far better! The engine I am sending with it is from a 79 chev.van I drove for a number of years,,,,no knocks or rattles, just tired. I'll throw in the engine stand it is now mounted on. The cab and bed is at the shop I work at, the rest is in my garage and basement. This truck has some rust as can be expected, but HAS NEVER BEEN WRECKED. I sincerely hope it will bring big bucks for such a worthy cause. The title is clear, hasn't been licensed since 1990.
    Knowing this is worth at least 1500 dollars, I sure would like to see it bring more than that. Think it may be fair for non attendies to bid also? I am not sure how, all proceeds will go directly to Mike and Karin, I just need varification the money is in their hands to hand over the title. I AM NOT IN THIS FOR THE NOTORIETY!!!! JUST WANT THE MOST MONEY POSSIBLE FOR THE CAUSE!!!

    THANKS TO ALL AGAIN.,
    TOM

    PS... If I am not at the party at time of auction,,,I'll leave the title with Don Starnes for transfer. Mr. Parker, I'd sure like to visit with you there, hope you can make it.

  • December 30, 2007

    6:22 PM

    Liz writes:

    Tom - you are such a sweetheart. You made me cry. I hope that wonderful old pickup brings great joy to someone, and a wonderful donation to help our sweet Karin. God Bless you and all of the wonderful folks out there... See you tomorrow! Liz

  • December 30, 2007

    2:37 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Hi Creamstockers,,,

    I've been reading all about the support for Karin, it touches my heart deeply as I have a room mate who is also battling cancer. Her family has $ but for what ever reason (other than greed) won't give her a helping hand to fight it. It amazes me how people can still put money in front of health and/or happiness. The thought of money put on this kind of pedestal just breaks my heart, and has recently killed mine, but that is a whole other story.
    I have a 1956 Chevy pick up basket case I would like to donate to the auction. It has been in the family since new, I've owned it since 1977. I drove it for 13 years until attempting a frame off restoration. Other projects have taken precidence and I don't have the energy or desire to finish the project at this time. So I figure I can donate it for a good cause. I figure the dollar value at approx. 1500 dollars in this condition, must insist on at least 750 plus dollars to let it go. Includes: 350 ci 4 bolt main GOOD builder, muncie 4 spd, and/or 350 turbo automatic, 4:11 gears,,,,many good parts. I can bring pictures and title to Augy's. All I ask is that I get to see this truck when it is running again, has very special meaning to me, was my grandfather's old farm truck.

    Karin, I sure do wish I could trade places with you, as this sometimes cold, cruel world needs sweethearts like you to keep things in line!

    I'll see you all at Augy's New Years Eve!

    Love you all,,,,,,,Tom

  • December 30, 2007

    12:25 PM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hey CreameryKids!

    Tomorrow is New Years Eve! Please try to come by Auggies for the fundraiser for Karin. She and Mike really need your help. It sounds like there are going to be lots of great things to bid on at the auction. If you have anything you would like to donate - PLEASE e-mail me with your phone number and I will make sure it gets in the auction. I talked to Dave this morning and he told me that Karin's treatments are in the 10s of thousands each month, and that is after insurance! Criminal..... It is a shame that you have to be a millionaire to try to save your life! My e-mail is lizzy81652@yahoo.com. Hope to see ALL of you at Auggies!!!!!! Thanks so much and God Bless all of you....Liz

  • December 30, 2007

    9:29 AM

    nancy and tony writes:

    Hi Everyone! Tony and I are happy to have some way to help raise some money for Karin's treatment! Karin, we know that you can beat this and when you do, we will find a way to get you to Maui!

    To help potential bidders see what they are bidding on, here is the direct link to our website:

    www.mauikai307.com Whoever wins the bid needs to contact us directly!! Info will be in the envelope provided when you win the auction!

    You can also go to the Maui Kai website at www.mauikai.com to get on a webcam and to see more pics of the property. The website is beautiful and has some really nice video!

    Take care Karin and here is to a Happy Healthy New Year for you and everyone!

    Nancy and Tony

  • December 30, 2007

    7:30 AM

    KARIN AND SUE writes:

    Well, you got our eyes to tear up on that one. How sweet you guys are. Karin says if she had money she'd like to bid on it. Kind of missing the point here I think!

  • December 29, 2007

    7:59 PM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Karin and Sue,

    Glad to hear things are going well in Houston. Happy that the weather is nicer there than here. I am beginning to get too old to love winter anymore!

    Nancy and Tony have donated 5 nights at their condo in Maui for the auction on New Years Eve. It is an awesome place. All you Creamery Kids need to be at Auggies on New Years! Let's make this a great fundraiser for Karin!!!!!!!!!

    We are there with you guys.....in our hearts and our prayers. We are sending you healing and loving thoughts! Love you lots...Liz

  • December 29, 2007

    10:41 AM

    KARIN AND SUE writes:

    Hi from Houston. Weather here is like spring in Colorado. Highways suck! Lots of construction right around the hotel. One doctor said they have 11M people in the surrounding Houston area. We are seeing quite a few of them. 2 tacos cost $11 to $13. We are jonesing for some real Mexican food. We're seeing Tex Mex for big bucks. Found a little area that looks promising though a bit off the beaten path and saw a few places to try. Karin has met with her doctors and we like the clinic and all of them. They are very kind and you can tell they genuinely care about her. Started treatment Friday with one drug and we increase the doseage every day and get a new drug nearly every day. She'll be on 3-4 and also taking some mega doses of amino acids. We're here til the 10th and come back the 11th. She has got some color in her face. Yay!!
    She really appreciates what everyone has been doing and loves you all. More later.

  • December 28, 2007

    5:10 PM

    Dave P and Sue writes:

    Hi kids, Mike informed me today that he found an envelope with 500.00 in cash hanging on his front door. Unsigned. God bless you whoever you are and thanks again to everyone who has sent gifts and regards...Dave

  • December 27, 2007

    10:01 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Karin,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you in Houston. We love you dearly.... You have the strength and heart to beat this terrible disease. Stay strong and God bless. We are there with you in spirit. You go girl! Love you......Liz

  • December 26, 2007

    8:04 PM

    Mary writes:

    Karin, you have been in my thoughts and prayers daily. Just thinking of your smiley face seeing you at the Creamery Fest and what a big heart you have with all you have done for this blog is amazing.

    You are such a positive person - I miss your emails but I understand. God Bless You!!

    XOXO

    Mary Harbert

  • December 25, 2007

    8:21 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    Thanks to everyone for your thoughts and prayers for Karin. I'm taking the computer with me so I can check email and read your kind blogs for her. How could anyone not feel better with the love you all put out there. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. Sue

  • December 25, 2007

    7:11 PM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    Hello Everyone and Merry Christmas! Hi Judy, it is nice to see a new person on the blog! We would love to hear your memories. Did you ever know Virginia Blackwell? She was Liz's and my sister. She passed in Dec 2002. She was very shy and had been diagnosed schizophrenic in her late teens. We lived at 1450 So Glencoe. I hope you find your aunt, sorry I can't help. I knew Bill Yorker. Ron N. saw him in November.

    Hi Ron! We missed you Friday! Hope to see you soon!

    Hi Beth, Maui was amazing as always. We saw a moonbow. Did you ever see one when you were living there? Stay warm, as we are trying to do!

    Karin and family, I have been thinking about you guys today. Karin, you CAN kick ass! I am sending healing thoughts to you as you embark on your journey to Houston tomorrow.

    Take care and keep bloggin'

    Love you guys,

    Nancy

  • December 25, 2007

    4:05 PM

    judy higgins writes:

    i was there too.... ash grove ..merrill..place...gw..(1975)

    1674 so hudson.. so many things i had forgotten..
    ya denver was a good place to be in our youth.

    a lot of names..

    i did a internet search for cheryl mantello.. my aunt..please if any one knows her email..

    i use to ride horses at the flying jj with julie yorker..
    hi julie..
    i live in tucson az...

  • December 24, 2007

    4:56 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    Thanks you beth and merry christmas to you and everyone else. Doug, glad you made in through and are still with us. Your experience shows that there is hope for karin. Merry christmas again and see you all on new years

  • December 24, 2007

    2:41 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha all, Mele Kalikimaka & Hou Oli Makahiki Hou.God Bless you all. My prayer go with you Karin & Mike. Bless you to Sue & Dave.
    Liz I want to see picture of your adventure with Bill & Belize. Know that you had to have had fun.Nancy how was Maui? I'm missing the islands, the sun the sand the water.
    Royce you and the boys need to do something about the coyotes in Parker,My cousin lost her little yorkshire to a big male last week,jumped right in the back yard and got her, several neighbor have lost dogs also. Better practice your aim.
    Ya all have fun at Augies I be with you in spirt,Please be careful. Love you all beth

  • December 23, 2007

    3:33 PM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    By the way.......
    MERRY CHRISTMAS To All

  • December 23, 2007

    3:30 PM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    To Karin, God Bless you and your family. I am sure everyone that knows you has,and is keeping you in there prayers. I know we sure are.

    Not that it matters, or will help, but in 1995 I was Diagnosed with Level IV Melanoma and went through 4 surgerys and 6 months of Chemo therapy.
    Do all you can to kick Its ASS. It can and will work.

    I am sorry I will not be able to attend the News Years eve party, I will be in Washington State.

  • December 22, 2007

    10:07 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    You go thor! you go liz! you go lance!

  • December 22, 2007

    12:57 PM

    Kim Wilson Sinicki 75 writes:

    Want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Wish I could be there New Years Eve, but its just not possible this year. My thoughts and prayers go out to Karin and her family.

  • December 20, 2007

    9:43 PM

    Lance writes:

    Hi All,
    5, 10, 20, $$$ are cool, but this lady and her husband are in serious need. An action can do only so much. They need some mega bucks NOW.

    I pledge a 100 dollars. Sorry no starbucks included. Just a thanks.

  • December 19, 2007

    9:42 PM

    Liz Blackwell writes:

    Hi Dave,

    The auction is a WONDERFUL idea. I used to be a figure skater. I will donate a 1/2 hour skating lesson with a trip to Starbucks after - should be worth at least $10 or $15???? It doesn't matter - we just need to raise money to help our wonderful friend!!!!!!!

    Hi all you Creamery Kids - lets all make sure to be at Auggies on New Years....Karin and Mike need our help and our support - prayers and postive thoughts incuded!

  • December 19, 2007

    9:34 PM

    Thor Hansen writes:

    Hi Dave,
    I would like to auction off dinner at the firehouse and a ride along emergency run on the firetruck if one is called in during that time. Should be worth $20 bucks at least?????

  • December 19, 2007

    7:58 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    We will be holding an auction for karin at augys on new years eve to raise funds for her treatment. If any of you have items you can donate ,please bring them with you on new years eve. Maybe that pink elephant that great aunt tillie gave you for christmas would be more appealing to someone else! See you all there!
    Karin and Sue are leaving for Houston for karins treatment on wed. 12/26 Wish her luck and send your prayers her way.
    Thanks, Dave

  • December 19, 2007

    10:11 AM

    Liz Blackwell 76 writes:

    To Karin and Mike,

    May all of the positive thoughts and prayers coming your way provide strength and hope to you in this difficult time. We are here for you - whatever you need. Just a phone call away. Take care and God Bless!!!!! Liz

  • December 19, 2007

    9:11 AM

    Lance writes:

    Thor,
    I do understand. That is why I tried to be brief.
    I was trying to rally up all our good and positive vibes concentrated and directed her way.

    I know one thing for certain, when at church tonight, she will be the main character of my prayers. As she has been since learning of this.

  • December 18, 2007

    7:28 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    Hi Lance, I sent an email to everyone late yesterday afternoon. Did you get it? Please email me for more info if i Got you email wrong.
    ssjogren2@msn.com..
    Liz and Thor We got the email you sent to Joy. Will be in touch. Sandie Downs emailed and told me Don Stearns at Uagy's has offered to have an auction on new years eve to raise funds for Karin. Hopefully we can get a good turn out new years eve for her. Karin has an appointment on 12-26 in houston at the bryzinski clinic which has an alternative treatment that has been successful for people with the same problem as Karin. We are very hopeful that this is the solution. Say prayers for her. Thank you all. Dave

  • December 18, 2007

    7:08 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Yeah! My blog worked! Oops. What IS a Fexible Flyer? I meant Flexible!!

    Good night...

  • December 18, 2007

    7:05 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Guys,
    Lizzie, thanks for getting the blog fixed. I know that now is the time we need to pull together. I just wanted to send out love to Karin and her family. I know that they will let everyone know what is up when they are ready. I am just so glad that we can all communicate again!

    Ron, now you can blog! I think warm holiday memories are in order....Who remembers visiting Santa Claus at JC Penney in Uni Hills? I have a seriously image damaging photo of us Blackwell girls with Santa. We are all wearing short blouses and ugly tights!!! What was our mother thinking???
    Also, great sledding memories from near Evergreen lake. I saw a Fexible Flyer at Ace Hardware and it brought back memories....

    Peaceful holidays to everyone.....

  • December 18, 2007

    5:58 PM

    Thor '74 writes:

    Hey Lance old buddy, please keep in mind that this is a public blog, some matters are private. I know that you are concerned, as we all are. Hopefully, all of us that know and love her will be able to help in some way. Until then, we need to respect her privacy.

  • December 18, 2007

    10:57 AM

    Lance writes:

    Hi all, I'm not sure if you all know that Karin is having a serious health issue.

    Dave, would you please elaborate for us. Everyone needs to know.

  • December 18, 2007

    10:19 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Dave and Sue -
    Can you please contact me asap? I have some ideas I would like to run by you. My e-mail is lizzy81652@yahoo.com. Phone number is 720-207-4851. Thanks so much!

  • December 18, 2007

    10:16 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Everyone!

    I contacted Mike Rudeen regarding the Blog malfunctioning. Hopefully, it is now working! Thanks Bill and Adriane for the wonderful time n Belize and all of the great pictures you took. Belize is AWESOME! All of you need to take a trip there!

    Merry Christmas to all! Liz

  • December 15, 2007

    1:31 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I would like to wish all the old creamery crowd a Merry Christmas and a joyful New Year

  • December 12, 2007

    10:30 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    HI KIDS. HERE'S THE SCOOP FOR NEW YEARS NIGHT AT AUGY'S. DINNER AT 8PM. BAND 9 TO 1AM. WILD BLUE.
    COVER CHARGE $5
    DINNER $8 PRIME RIB BAKED POTATO TOSSED SALAD
    SHRIMP COCKTAIL FOR A DOLLAR
    FREE CHAMPAGNE AND PARTY HATS AT MIDNIGHT
    NORTHEAST CORNER OF MISSISSIPPI AND CHAMBERS
    303-369-9911
    HERE OUR CHANCE TO CELEBRATE THE LAST YEAR AND THE NEW YEAR TO COME FOR THE 1ST TIME IN 35 YEARS
    IF YOU'D LIKE TO INVITE YOU FREINDS ANS RELATIVES PLEASE DO IT..COME ONE COME ALL
    PLEse get on the phone and spread the word.
    PUT ON YOUR DANCIN SHOES!
    SEE YOU ALL THERE!

  • December 12, 2007

    7:46 AM

    Kim Wilson Sinicki, '75 writes:

    Great to see this up again. I hope eveyone is having a great Holiday season, BE CAREFUL AND HEALTHY.

  • December 11, 2007

    6:39 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Hi all! I see there is a different thing to add to the posting to help keep the bad guys out. I have tried to post in the past to express my many thanks for all of you who have been posting in the past. Just wanted to express how much I appreciate all of you old friends who do nothing but support the successes everyone has been fortunate to have along the way, reminds me how everybody shared a spare couple of bucks in the good old days. It didn't matter how much or how little money anyone had. That there is absolutely no dollar value that can be put on true love or friendship! That is the way I was raised by my folks. That if anybody feels that their finances is what makes anybody successful in life, they aren't worth worrying about. After all, one of the most popular sayings I have heard through my life is, Love conquers all! Of course My exwife didn't believe in that, all the more reason I am glad she is a distant memory. I have the current life style now and I wouldn't trade it for anything.
    SO THANKS AGAIN TO EVERYBODY FOR BEING A TRUE FRIEND OLD AND NEW!!!
    Have a great and safe holiday, see you on New Years

  • November 19, 2007

    2:06 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Denver sure screwed up a good school system when it started bussing

  • November 19, 2007

    7:00 AM

    Les L. writes:

    The walk-out at Merrill? Yeah, took part in it myself. How freaking stupid, but that was the decade of protesting just to protest. Here is the scoop......................it was the 2nd year since the forced busing went in to effect, and we (white kids) felt that the teachers, being afraid of the black kids, were issuing preferential treatment to them over us! Hence; make a statement, and walk-out!
    Never told my wife about that one..................................she would probably kick my _ss!

  • November 16, 2007

    7:23 PM

    dDana $ Georgia writes:

    Hey Lance good to see you on, we would do the toy run, but just took the bikes in for the big twin check up, some paint work etc, probably won't have em back for a month or so.

    Sorry we've been off, lots of stuff going on in our lifes. But I always read in.

    Good to see all of the support for the band. Hope to see all of you on New Years. Later us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • November 16, 2007

    6:06 PM

    lance writes:

    theres a toy run on 12-02-07 for children's hospital. who want's to go?? scooters or cages. just bring a toy.

  • November 15, 2007

    7:52 PM

    Mary J/G/H which is it anyway? writes:

    Dave P, I tried to email you my address and got a delivery failure to ssjorgren2@msn.com. Maybe it was an operator error on my part.

    I can be reached at harbertsplace@netzero.com for a while longer. I'm in the process of changing over things but this will work for you or anyone else that wants to send a private email.

    Talking about McDonalds and the Golden Arches on Mississippi/Colo. In 1969 I pledged for a high school sorority at GW and had to quack quack waddle waddle pretending to lay an egg under the Golden Arches. I think the next year soroities and fraternities in high school took a dump. Anyone else remember?

  • November 15, 2007

    6:17 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hi All,
    I may be wrong, it's not the first time...
    I could have sworn that it was Taco Bell on the east... It probaly was the Taco Hacienda.
    It was like 35-38 yrs ago and I was young..
    Taco in both names etc....ok..


    Hi Nancy!

  • November 14, 2007

    11:56 PM

    Liz writes:

    Hey nancy,
    Chuck, Ollie and I have arrived in Denver, the future is so bright I have to wear welding goggles!! Hope to see you before your tan wears off, we will match tans in about three weeks. Keep on blogging!!!!!

  • November 14, 2007

    7:31 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! I haven't been able to post anything else after my last blog. Hopefully this one will take!!
    I do remember the McDonald's with the arches. What a treat to have a shake, fries (in the small wax paper bag) and a small hamburger with only a pickle on it. It was soooo good! I can't eat wheat or gluten anymore, so it is a BUMMER that I can't have a McD's burger. I can still have their fries tho...
    Larry, the tan is already fading and it has only been 6 days since we returned!! Hope your vaca was good!!
    Ron, I still don't have any clear memories of the Red Barn. Why? Who knows, somewhere along the line, my memory cells have gone to crap!
    Love to ya Karin! We did snorkel with lots of turtles and we saw a reef shark surfing a wave after a storm. The shark was about 8 feet out in the water from where we were standing on the beach! Also saw a rare Moonbow. Never heard of it before, but it was dark out (lit by the harvest moon) and a little misty. We could see the colors in the night rainbow. Didn't get a pic, it happened too fast!

    My sis worked at Arby's, then Denny's. I am sure she has lots of stories!! Welcome to Denver Lizzie, I know the future is bright for you guys!!! Love you both!

    Is there any hope of a picture of the Red Barn? I am sure most people didn't take pictures of it. That would be like taking a picture at McDonald's....

    Now that the holidays are coming, it would be cool to share your favorite toy or Christmas time story! I loved my Chrissie doll (the one that "grew" hair!!)...and the Easy Bake Oven in aqua color.

    Have a great night all and thanks to all of you who keep up the memories!! Love ya all!!!!

  • November 14, 2007

    11:53 AM

    lance writes:

    Joy, I remember a walk out at Merrill. But it was in 69 or 70. It was covert and well orchestrated. Whodathunk. After one of the morning bells, we were to stage the Walk Out. For the life of me, I can't remember for what cause. Busing or the war? As all the students were outside, the news media showed up. The Media had completly missed the event and had the balls to ask us to do it over. As for me, I walked home. As for a lot of students, they recreated the Walk Out.
    From that day on, it changed me.

  • November 14, 2007

    9:56 AM

    Joy '73 writes:

    Ron -- we do it because the memories really put you back in the day! Early on in this thing, I found that archive site for denver buildings in the 50's 60's 70's. So cool. Recently George's mom gave him an old Univ Park neighborhood newspaper in which he was photographed for an article about the SDS (Students for democratic society) wanted students to stage a walk-out at Merrill. It was dated Jan of the year (60 or 61) the Florence Crittenden School (girls' home) burned -- just a week or two after the fire. They had a picture of the home the year it was built with Country Lane (now Colo Blvd) running in front of it! George had a sosh (SP?) haircut!

    Lance -- WELCOME back. We missed you!!! Now where is Sandie?? Hello Mary J too!
    Patty....see? Taco Bell on West! TYS (lol)

  • November 14, 2007

    3:03 AM

    ???????? writes:

    Have to follow up on the debate of the fast food delima. All is correct except that the Taco Bell has always been on the west side of the street. I remember going to Taco Hacienda directly across the street from Taco Bell. I didn't go to the Bell back then,,,always thought of it as imitation mexican food. Good thing it has improved since then? If Taco Bell was on the east side,,,then where? No building to accomodate it that I know of.

  • November 13, 2007

    6:22 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    I can't believe you guys are still discussing the Red Barn, Taco Bell , McDonalds
    Lance, Taco Bell was on the East!
    Red Barn west, about where the McDonalds is now, McDonalds Miss & Colo and yes, one of the first in CO. .And yes Arbys was where Dardanos is, you can id the roof top as an old arbys, it moved up to Florida around '75 I want to say

  • November 13, 2007

    3:42 PM

    lance writes:

    Stand howling at a moon lit river.
    Can't you see?
    Can't you hear?

    Sorry, I went out for a minute.

    HAPPY Holidays....
    Every one!!

  • November 13, 2007

    3:29 PM

    lance writes:

    Fellow cronies,

    If I remember right, Joy is correct. Red Barn was on the west. And as some one mentioned, Taco Bell was on the east. Taco Bell was always on the west.

    Another thing. Wasn't McDonald's at Miss. and Co. Blvd one of the first in CO.?

  • November 13, 2007

    11:52 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Red Barn was on the West side of Colorado Blvd

  • November 13, 2007

    10:10 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    the first arbys was where dardanos shoe repair was - then it moved to its present location on florida and colo

  • November 13, 2007

    8:24 AM

    Joy writes:

    I am not arguing with you just because your my sister (lol), but, no, Red Barn was on the west side! Call me!!

  • November 12, 2007

    9:37 PM

    Patty Morgan writes:

    Hello all,
    OK, sorry Sis, but Red Barn was on the East side of Colorado Blvd. at Iowa. After it was Red Barn, it was Dardano's shoe repair. :) and I AM going to call you tomorrow!!!
    Karin, hope you're feeling better. Hugs!!

  • November 12, 2007

    12:06 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    I have listened to Dave Peters CD several times. Those of you that can see his band in person are in for a real treat.

  • November 11, 2007

    8:16 PM

    Liz Blackwell 76 writes:

    Hi Guys,

    Just wanted all of you to know that I am moving back to Denver! Hope to see all of you on New Year's Eve? Is the party at Auggies? Hope everyone had a great weekend.

  • November 11, 2007

    7:42 PM

    Just me Mary writes:

    Hey, anybody there? Just trying to hold it all together? Gang? Would like to hear from Lance and all of you.

  • November 10, 2007

    10:55 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    #6931.....

    Sorry Sandie, but crab season is likely to be delayed. Horrific oil spill.

    Dave P. you rock and you're a good person. Two qualities more should have.

    Karin, you're a magnet. It's wonderful how you keep so many people connected.

    xo from out west.

  • November 10, 2007

    4:01 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Just tried to blog and got a message that they are unable to display page. Hopefully my blog will appear eventually!

    Did I miss something with Mike and Karin? Joy or Karin, please email me!

    Will reblog later if I have to!

    Happy Saturday!

  • November 10, 2007

    8:32 AM

    Joy '73 writes:

    Good morning fellow bloggers!
    Hi Kathy -- sent you an email!
    Hi Connie -- you can call any time.
    And hi Mike and Karin -- hope you feel the love!
    Sue and I are off to yoga as soon as I can slam a couple a cups of java!
    Hope everyone has a really great day.

  • November 10, 2007

    6:27 AM

    Connie B. writes:

    Karin, I am sending tons of good thoughts your way!

  • November 10, 2007

    6:24 AM

    Connie B. writes:

    Hey Joy, Where are you?? Don't make me call you!

  • November 9, 2007

    9:19 AM

    Kathy M writes:

    Hey Joy, here's my email address kcefpri@aol.com so we can keep in touch :)

  • November 9, 2007

    9:17 AM

    Kathy M writes:

    Hey Joy, here's my email address kcefpri@aol.com so we can keep in touch :)

  • November 8, 2007

    6:11 PM

    DAVE P AND SUE writes:

    hI jERRY L. Thanks for the support, I appreciate it. Tom , glad to hear you'll be at augies new years eve. Remeber ..What happens at augies stays at augies!! We dont need no stinking vegas!

  • November 6, 2007

    10:17 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Hi jerry L. The boisr deal was as well as could be expected. Figures the liquor stores open after I leave there. The wine coolers did the trick just the same. Yeah the ticket was for 90 in a 65. Hwy 96 about 30 miles into Kansas. The cop was cool, but wouldn't let me go with a warning, oh well, guess I deserved it.

    Dave Peters, Having second thoughts about Vegas. Will most likely be in Denver at New Years, too much outside pressure from people who don't even know me. So I anticipate being at Augies then. Definetly looking forward to catching your music this time! HOPE IT IS A BIG TURNOUT.

    Karin,,,will have some info on music that I have put together if you are interested. I'll shoot you an E Mail.

  • November 6, 2007

    10:12 PM

    Larry P writes:

    Hey Beth...drop me a line at my email address that I posted earlier and I'll let you know what I do about iPods. Too much to bore everyone else with! Have a great day everyone....( sad day...tan is beginning to fade) :-(

  • November 6, 2007

    7:32 PM

    Jerry Larsen71 writes:

    just checkin' in after a couple of months.
    Tom, I hope your Boise visit was okay-the bar we were at sucked, needless to say we haven't been back. I would have hoped we could have shown you a better time. the good news-I just found out the liquor stores are open on Sundays. whodathunk?
    Dave P.: for what it's worth and despite the wind-up opinion of the malcontent(s) whose name(s) rhyme with braingel and dippy, you guys are pros and have got some serious chops, which is apparent to anyone with an ear. Keep up the good work!
    Lance, is the old Forest Service/CCC Lodge still up there on the east side of Echo Lake?
    Let me guess Tom A.- you got that ticket doing about 85 and 30-50 miles west of Salina? me too, years ago.
    I am not the anonymous poster "j", with the thrice daily greeting either.
    -later

  • November 6, 2007

    6:11 PM

    Thor Hansen writes:

    Hey Liz,
    How did you know I was at that fire? I was actually the first arriving Chief's driver that night. That was the coldest night I have ever spent in my life. If I remember right it was minus 8 degrees. My bunking gear was frozen solid - I was a walking icicle. I do believe it IS happy hour - at least for some!!!! Hope you are having a great evening. Hey to Nancy and Tony. Hope things are well with you, and hope to get together with you soon.

  • November 6, 2007

    5:55 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Ron,
    Oh, the Chicago Speakeasy - loved that place! That is now Beau Jo's in U-Hills. Love Beau Jo's too! I used to work at the bank across the street, and we used to go to the Speakeasy for lunch. They had the most incredible Monte Cristo sandwiches. Wonder how many thousands of calories were in those things! Remember the big fire at U-hills? That was pretty wild. Hey Thor - do you remember that fire? I remember going on a tour of the drug store (what was the name?) after the fire. One of the Denver cops that worked at the bank was guarding the place and showed me around. It was soooo bizarre. Melted cash register - I will never forget! That mall was never the same. I loved the giant Christmas tree in the middle by May D&F before the mall was all enclosed.
    Have a great evening all. Is it Happy Hour yet?

  • November 6, 2007

    9:03 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    HI All, I've moved to Parker, so I haven't been on the blog for a while, computer packed etc..
    You guys spoke of the Bullfighter at Colo and Yale, did that become the Chicago Speakeasy??
    Do you guys remember the Tacorito at the Holly? it was darn tastey!

  • November 5, 2007

    7:17 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Hi everybody, been off the blog awhile.
    Mary j. please email your address to me and I will mail you my cd. Teh band doesnt have a cd but I will send you mine. Thanks for asking. my email is ssjogren2@msn.com
    Sue Nash, I never played in a band with geirge strickland. When we were kids we were both in the junior police band! I'm not kidding. I played clarinet and george was an oboe player. It was great trainiing for young musicians. We lost touch when he went to hill jr high and I went ti merrill. I'm sorry to here he died. I wasnt aware of that.
    Beth, The only upcoming job is augies on new years eve. I a planning on sending emails to all the creamery kids so we can all ring in the new year together. Don is offering a dinner plus cover charge ..prob prime rib . I will get details soon and let everybody know.
    Hi karin, hope your feeling okay. Hi ray , tom doug joy george . Dana and georgia where are you?

  • November 5, 2007

    12:36 PM

    lance writes:

    Hey,

    Did anybody ever figure out who the Invisible Man was?

  • November 4, 2007

    8:57 PM

    Connie B. writes:

    You have a good point there, ??T??!

  • November 4, 2007

    8:01 PM

    ??T?? writes:

    YOU KNOW THE OLD SAYING,,,,,,

    YOU CAN PICK YOUR FRIENDS AND YOU CAN PICK YOUR NOSE,,,,,BUT YOU CAN'T PICK YOUR FRIEND'S NOSE.

    IN OTHER WORDS,,,YOU CAN'T PLEASE EVERY BODY ALL OF THE TIME,,,SO WHY TRY?

  • November 3, 2007

    11:13 PM

    Connie (I kept my last name why?) Brangoccio writes:

    Hi Joy, As promised, here I am, (hee hee).
    I have to tell Geo that Roller City CAN be fun, unless your boyfriend dumps you for someone else, right there and then! It seems rather funny now, but it sure smarted at the time and made for a loooong evening! I'll tell you the ending sometime.
    I am thinking Royce Gupton is missing all together from the blog. Too bad, I thought he was so funny.
    I am glad to see that a lot of people are still connecting or staying connected here! Seem so many share a common history, one way or another. It's a rare treasure!

  • November 3, 2007

    9:12 PM

    Mary J writes:

    Hey, where's everyone at? Just wondered.

  • November 2, 2007

    4:03 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Did everybody go home in a hand basket?

    I've just been reading lately,,not much new to say from here. Did want to say that I sure did enjoy spending time with Doug and Dave when Doug was in town. Got to here stories I wasn't aware of that happened way back when. It is always good to hear of everybody's success stories. Some are quite surprising.

    Dave,,,,looks like I will miss the new years bash after all. Will be in Vegas,,,,,maybe some of the gambling I will do will pay off. Maybe pull off a larger gamble? Who knows,,,,worth a try.
    Karin I am pulling together a list of music loaded into my computer,,will send it to you if you are interested in complete albums, or mix to your preference.
    I was thinking about the Taco Hacienda Restaurant/lounge (now Old Chicago). I remember the matador burrito. Was the best at the time. I used to take dates there for dinner a lot. One time I had met Lona there after she had decided to get back on her own,,,moved back with her mom. Was a snowy night, streets were icy. I was so excited to meet with her again that I was driving too fast for the ice, went down the Louisiana hill, lost control of the car, went sideways for a litterally a block. I saw a light pole coming right at me...closed my eyes, then bam, as all of the junk in the trunk went to one side. I looked to see the pole next to the rear fender of the car, was half way through a 6ft. construction fence, thought the car was a total mess, and had it ready for paint at that time,,,and figured that was over. To my surprise, as I got out to look, there was a small pile of dirt that the rear wheel hit, stopped me short from hitting the pole. Lona took me home, and my dad had to pull me out with his jeep. Was surprised he didn't give me any grief.
    After I got married, took the wife to the lounge at the same restaurant. A band was playing some Fleetwood Mac, were pretty good from what I remember. The wife swore the lead singer was flirting with me,,so never made it back there. But the matador was Terrific! Easy to remember that.
    Just looked back,,,,,maybe more than one restaurant had a "matador burrito"?
    Maybe a note of caution,,,,,if you decide to drive east after dark,,,,They do run radar in Kansas at midnight on a week night, in the middle of nowhere. EXPENSIVE!
    Later..........

  • October 31, 2007

    7:34 PM

    B Clement writes:

    gawd...talk about clearin cobwebs. yeah, we used to do the fire-escapes at the Florence Crittenden Home for unwed mothers, (yeah it burned down, and we who know wll never tell)
    ...the gang fight at Village Inn...(we dint have alumunum bats then....SEDG, the Alpine Ice Scating rink......Denver Drumstick......White Spot...Valley Drive-in, Ole man Baer (he never touched nobody) Mom busted alot o shop-lifters at the Drug Store.......and the Pharmicist at the Drug Store (whobustedalotmoren me) was Earl Zeal (god rest his soul) and restored Indian Mortorcycles. ...and the Jobs Daughters across the steet...(a youngmans dreams)
    Campin out at Julli-J's for Stones tickets,
    oh yeah, I was shovelin horse shit at the Cherry Creek Bridal Club long before Glasier sold out to Sands Beach Club (which was alot better for fishin Sunfish than swimmin)

  • October 31, 2007

    3:03 PM

    lance writes:

    Happy Halloween, All,

  • October 31, 2007

    2:45 PM

    lance writes:

    Beth,

    mohalo, or something like that.

    beth, don't you know, knowledge of my address and or were abouts are a misdemeanor? just kidn.

    and fer schr, we'll go see bob and john.

    mail me at headquarters. we can plot from there.

  • October 31, 2007

    11:40 AM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Happy Halloween everybody. It really nice to see that the blog is still going.Thought that we might have lost it for awhile.Went to sd for a funeral the first of Oct. spent a lot of time with Roger he was asking about you all.Tim he wanted to now about Steve. He wanted to now if creamstock would happen again,He would like to come to the next one.Maybe we can get some more of the old gang there next time.I'll be in Denver for thanksgiving. Lance you'll have to send me you address so that I can stop by and see your smiling face.Maybe we can go over and see Bob and John haven't seen them in years.Would love to see everybody again around thanksgiving.Dave are you playing anywhere around that time? I think that you and your wife are just wonderful, don't pay any attention to a and z they must be jealous. Nancy I know that you had a good time in Maui. It's so beautiful there? Sandie will I see you in denver? Nancy Swanson I think that I remember you. sure remember the name. Ron Larry or anyone that know anything about Ipods I need to pick one up for my better half but know nothing about them or how they work if you could give me some pointer I would really appreciate it. Aloha all love ya Beth

  • October 30, 2007

    7:20 AM

    Frank Anton writes:

    Hell i could tell you some stories about Jim and Joe and the rest of the employees at the bullfighter. Just think my mother exspected me to go to the bullfighter because it was owned by family, if she only knew.
    John Saltray when dop you think you be back in the counrty and if so we need to party.
    Lest hope its after all the surgurys i need to go through. AND THEN WE WILL PARTY!

  • October 29, 2007

    7:19 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    I could tell you some interesting stories about happy hours in the early 1980's at the Bullfighter! 2fer Long Island Iced Teas, oh my gosh! So many happy hour hang overs! I had some friends that were - how would you say it - exhibitionists! They got kicked out by Jim one night after coming out of the bathroom with no undies on, and flashing the bar patrons!

  • October 29, 2007

    9:12 AM

    Doug Montrose 70 writes:

    Lance,

    Doing good here after my Denver visit and then last week in Fort Lauderdale now back to the salt mines

  • October 28, 2007

    11:53 AM

    John Saltray writes:

    Hi Frank Anton. Speaking of twfors, wish I could come drink one with you. Hey South East Denver Burnouts. Geez, I can't belive this thing is still going. I haven't been here (on this blog) in a few months now. Well, just wanted to say hello. Back to work, now.

    John Saltray

  • October 27, 2007

    8:09 AM

    Frank Anton writes:

    To all blogers the bullfighter was owned by my uncle Jim gianulis and Joe Fulford before being the bullfighter it was called perrilles (sp) and it hand a smorgis board (sp).\They had without a doubt the best happy twofors on all drinks from 6-9pm. we would be there drinling our twofors uutil midnight. that place holds a lot a great memories. Too many to list

  • October 26, 2007

    8:34 PM

    lance writes:

    nancy s., sorry this blog doesn't load properly for you. we seem to have done fine since last march. although the site has had a couple of technical glitches. maybe you were expecting too much. as far as archiving, each post has a date. pick a day ?
    joy, echo lake is on the way up to mt. evens.
    liz, i see bob day quite often. bob doesn't have a computer. when i see him i give him the low down on our activity. i still can't believe i couldn't get him to the creamestock fest. and john law. what is the matter with me? that reminds me, i saw barry clement day before yesterday. you might not know him. he's a 74, a nice guy also a hood member.

    dana, georgia and royce,, wassss happening? being aarp members is no excuse not to blog! not to name names!!
    ron, dave, evie,bill,doug, connie,yvonne,sandie,beth,kim,kim, doug, i think i misted a few. maybe i got my point acrossed.

  • October 26, 2007

    7:26 PM

    Mary J & H & G writes:

    Well, it's me, Mary.

    Haven't checked the blog for a few days! Love you guys!! Dave P. I wanna get a tape of you and your band.

    Anyway, remember the "bunny hop" roller skating?

    I wasn't too coordinated - did a few slip and slides.

  • October 26, 2007

    3:17 PM

    Zack '70 writes:

    Hey Everyone I know and don't-----took the summer off and just caught up after reading alot of blog matter. I want to know who remembers the club we used to go to down town to see groups like JJ Cale, Buffalo Springfield, Three Dog Night, Dave Brubeck, the clubs name was Ebbetts Field. Name some other groups. How about Freddie & Henchies Bar in Boulder and who did you see there? OH and I saw some one mention the Tower Bar WOW the memory there was Wally ,Mike Underwood and I were there and called a cab. When the cab arrived he came inside to find out who called and we ran out and took his cab----- for a joy ride. 2 hours, left it at Writers Manor. That was a gas.

  • October 26, 2007

    12:14 PM

    Nancy Swanson writes:

    This page is too big and doesn't load properly, so I won't be back here. If anyone wants to talk to me, my e-mail address is: swanson@abacus-ent.com.

    Someone should archive this page into months or something, and only show the current month.k

  • October 26, 2007

    8:28 AM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Sorry - Didn't think the first one posted!

  • October 26, 2007

    8:25 AM

    Liz Lippitt writes:

    Hi Nancy S.,

    I don't remember you - but of course that was a long time ago! Where did you lve? Do you remember Julie Larson or Sheryl Webb who were in my class and worked at the Creamery? No, didn't and don't have the hots for Bob Day. He lived across the street and we used to have lots of fun when we were little kids. Our parents were pretty good friends. Hey everyone - have a great weekend!

  • October 26, 2007

    8:03 AM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Nancy S. -

    No - didn't have the hots for Bob Day. He lived across the street from us, and we had lots of fun when we were little kids. Our parents were pretty good friends. Both grew up in dysfunctional families. Where did you live? I graduated from George Washington in 76 - lived on Glencoe and Florida. Hey everyone - have a great weekend!

  • October 25, 2007

    8:20 PM

    Joy writes:

    To "c" whoever you are (why all the initials?)--the original Holly Inn was opened by George Pappas in 1960 at Holly & Jersey. Later moved to Monaco and Evans and became Tacorito, where the Valley Hi drive-in was before that. Lance, where's Echo Lake? Sounds like you had a lovely day!

  • October 25, 2007

    6:59 PM

    Nancy Swanson writes:

    Ok, now that I've posted, I see all the others. For some reason they didn't load before.
    I remember a bunch of these people and places. I would have graduated in '75, but I didn't.

  • October 25, 2007

    6:42 PM

    Nancy Swanson writes:

    Did this blog move? Last posting was April 6 and it is now October. I went to Merill, Place, and GW. And I worked at the creamery. Mr. Baer was nice and he WAS a dirty old man, both.
    Hey Liz, you got the hots for Bob Day, or what?

  • October 25, 2007

    5:20 PM

    lance writes:

    just got back from a putt up to echo lake. blue sky and no wind. leaves are gone, no traffic, white on top. it's a peaceful time of year.

  • October 25, 2007

    10:57 AM

    c writes:

    Isn't La Fogata is on Evans and Jersey and Holly in was on Monaco and Evans

  • October 24, 2007

    5:49 PM

    Joy writes:

    Karin, your cousin is right about the Bullfighter being at Yale and Colo Blvd.ish, with red interior and all, but it was a buffet. George remembers when they tried to make it a club and had rock bands play in the back of the restaurant. They were not the home of the Matador giant burrito -- that was at Taco Hacienda where Old Chicago is now. The old Holly Inn is now La Fogata, one of our favorites! On closing, a note/memory from George, "Oh noble Matador, with cheese piled high; oh how you make our bumcakes sigh."

  • October 24, 2007

    4:51 PM

    barbie writes:

    Doug, I think I remember your mom twisting your ear a "few" times! I also remember her calling you "Douglas!!" Ah, our youth! Also...do call them more often! (a mom talking)

    Karin, the 2007/03 is in the web address after blog.rockymountainnews.com/denver/ask/arvchives/2007/03, but , instead backspace out 03 and type 04 and enter. I'm SO excited about it, it's way faster!! Hope it works for you, let me know!

  • October 24, 2007

    4:20 PM

    lance writes:

    o.k. now,,
    i know bill t. has heard of colorado and denver. SO WHere in the hell are you ??

  • October 24, 2007

    4:12 PM

    lance writes:

    Wow,
    Karin/Joy . Joy/ Karin,

    Thanks for making me smile !!

  • October 24, 2007

    12:37 PM

    Doug Montrose 70 writes:

    Barbie I did have a great visit with Dave and Tom. My parents are doing very well all things considered. I never thought I would reach 50 let alone my 80's as they have. We had a good dinner and my Mom told me to call more often, glad she didn't twist my ear like the old days.

  • October 24, 2007

    11:43 AM

    karin writes:

    Hey JOY!! I finally have the name of the restaurant that had the "matadore" burrito!! it was the BULLFIGHTER!! it was next to the federal savings bank right there at just about yale on the west side of street!! I had to go to outside resorces!! my cousin grew up over on that stree that the old holly inn was on, they went there all the time and she told me her first savings account was at that bank!! i so remember it now!! it was dark with alot of red inside!!it later became yet another rst, and Im thinking it was kind of a buffet style? Ill check on that too! Barbie, good to see ya too! say, tell me exactly what you mean about getting on here faster.I too, am in the dark ages with dial up... but I didn't understand what you were saying with the 04 and 2007?? where it that? all I ever see is the beginning of the blog and then wait about 15 mins for it all to load. Id love to know a short cut!! I agree, Lance, your the best, you always make me smile too, and, what is really fun, is i always "get" what you post!! one of those guess we were all there kind of things huh? well, gotta run.........just had to post on the bullfighter! it was making me crazier than I already am!!!

  • October 24, 2007

    9:28 AM

    barbie writes:

    Good morning everyone! I was reading way back on the blog and saw someone gave advice on how to get to the end of the blog by typing 04 after 2007. I tried it and to my great joy, it worked!! I'm still on dial up so it takes forever to get on. Anyway, I'm thrilled to share. You all probably already knew that! Oh well....been enjoying reading all a long.

    Doug Montrose, I'm sorry that I didn't get to come to Augy's and see you! Sounds like you had a great visit with Dave & Tom!. How are your parents? Congratulations to them on 60 years!!!

    We are in the process of trying to sell our place outside of Berthoud, so I keep busy with all that's involved with that!

    Glad to see the sunshine today! Looking forward to watching the World Series! Can't belive that the Rockies are playing!!!! Woo Hoo!! Go Rockies!!!

    Have a great day!

  • October 24, 2007

    8:48 AM

    Joy writes:

    And Kathy M. -- come back! I really hope to see you again and talk more.

  • October 24, 2007

    8:42 AM

    Joy writes:

    Good morning! I see that someone posts good morning a lot with the initial "j" and I'd like all to know that I don't post anonymously--not that there's anything wrong with wishing folks a good morning. That said, I just wanted to say hi to my old pal Susan Howard! I was sorry to miss seeing you when you were in town and I was out! Did Chris S. tell you about our running into each other recently? What fun to recognize someone you knew almost 35 yrs ago!
    Also wanted to say "where's Sandie?" We need you back and so many others that have become silent. Lance-- you are an inspiration! Your posts always make me smile! Ray W-- I ran into Jim H. yesterday and met his dad. Nice, but short, visit and he promised to keep checking in for the next creamery/blog party. He reminded us of another Colorado Blvd eatery, Bobby's Burgers. Anyone remember that? I can't recall where he said it was...maybe where TBell is now?
    Wishing all of you a great day :)

  • October 23, 2007

    5:21 PM

    a friend writes:

    Hi creamerystockers!!

  • October 23, 2007

    3:07 PM

    lance writes:

    here's a fun thing to do when it snows.


    the next morning when every thing is burried. dig yourself out and put it in 4 low. about 4 am. no one's out , not even the sun..
    it is so quiet and pretty out.

  • October 23, 2007

    8:18 AM

    Karin writes:

    good morning to all!! Liz, glad to hear your better, your travel plans sound wonderful, now you do have something to really get youthrough winter huh?? you know , when you really think about it.. our bad winter, cold etc, is really only around nov, dec and jan. not bad you know??? I do NOT like jan. but that is about it, in feb, you start to get a little feel for spring and then WHAM, its there!! so hang tough kids!! GEORGE..wow, I think your on to something with the Dexter prefix!!! that sounds kinda familiar!! good job!! but you are very good at all these fun memories for sure, one of the best!! Hey Dave, did you guys get together with Doug? I havn't heard, hope it was great and you took pics!!!Nancy, have a great time in Maui!! swim with a turtle for me will ya?? that was the most amazing thing ever!! hope we can get back there someday too.Im thinking that the taco hacienda was that drive in place that I was talking about! up by the good shepards, well across the street caddy corner anyway. hey TOM where are ya dude??? havn't seen you on here for a spell!! jump in ok?? always good to hear from you!! RON, mountain states!! that was it wasn't it?? I was thinking tynan, but I think your right!! youguys are just sharp as tacks out there!!

  • October 22, 2007

    7:09 AM

    Ray W writes:

    Hey everybody, it has been a while since Ive been on the blog, good to see it is still goinghow disappointing it is to hear a comment like that from the evil twins. Its too bad society has that small percentage of evil that wants to bring everyone else down to their level. Dave, Ive got to say, I wish everybody could have the opportunity like I did to get up and play with your band, that is such a huge rush to play with great musicians. Live music is an experience like no other. Those are memories in the making that will last a life time. Keep the info flowing on the blog, and Im looking forward to seeing you guys soon.
    Lance and you guys must have been the next taco bell crew after us. Like the Denver Drumstick, everyone passed through there at one time or another.

  • October 22, 2007

    12:15 AM

    T writes:

    Just had a thought. The restauraunt that had the matador,,,was it called "Taco Hacienda"?

    I think I found who a&z are. I'll confirm and advise.

  • October 21, 2007

    7:15 PM

    jeff writes:

    steve nash i have lost your email please send it back to me jeff karr

  • October 21, 2007

    6:59 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Dave P Talked to my brother Glenn tonight. He asked about the blog. I told him that you and Tom got together with Doug . He said he thoutht George Sricklin was in your band before he passed away.

  • October 21, 2007

    6:56 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Dave P Talked to my brother Glenn tonight. Told himhow you and Tom got together with Doug. He said he thoutht George Sricklin was in your band before he passed away

  • October 21, 2007

    2:16 PM

    lance writes:

    George, I remember Roller City but I don't remember where. the first time i went to roller city, it was with a girl while going to merrill. her mom on a cold some what crummy night drove us there and dropped us off. and would be back in a couple of hours to pick us up. at the ticket booth they tell me they have a dress code that doesn't allow blue jeans and i am wearing blue jeans. next they tell me , my hair is too long. i think, too long for what? so i goes home and gets me a trim and a pair of corduroys and goes back for more, about a week latter.
    upon the ticket booth and making sure every hair on my hear was in perfect order and neatly pulled behind my ears they allowed me in this time. although tell me the next time you comes, you gets a hair cut.
    debbie and i were probably in our second or third lap around when the gustofo pulled us over and kicked us out for my long hair.
    for me it's now strange to think that long hair among other things marked you. just look at us! we are a marvelous bunch of friends/people.

  • October 21, 2007

    1:52 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Karin, if the House of TV's was on 17th St Downtown, maybe DE was just a designate for Denver?
    Since alot of the codes were neighborhood initals. but I may be wrong
    Mtn states VW was a good dealer. My cousin worked there through the 70's
    I owned a few bugs myself a '64 and 2 '74 Super beetles.
    Nancy you don't remember the Red Barn! it was a big Red Barn.. hard to miss :-)
    it was about the 1300 block

  • October 21, 2007

    12:14 AM

    George B. writes:

    Roller City was fun. DE = Dexter?

  • October 20, 2007

    10:13 PM

    nancy writes:

    Why can't I remember the Red Barn? Exactly what corner was it on? What was it like inside? Joy, did you guys go to the Lotus Room too? That was our restaurant for special occasions. I can still remember the smell as you walk in. I do remember the Burger King well. I also remember having breakfasts at the Ho Jo's over by Alpine Ice Arena. They had something called Blueberry Toasties that were basically Blueberry Muffins made to look like a piece of toast! (in triangles). I used to go there on Saturdays with Liz and my mom between skating sessions. They had the BEST hot chocolate!
    Yes, a short respite in Maui to get away from the remodel. Why is it that construction projects take 3 times as long as they are supposed to. I feel guilty leaving my brother-in-law with such a mess!!
    Goodnight all!

  • October 20, 2007

    10:13 PM

    nancy writes:

    Why can't I remember the Red Barn? Exactly what corner was it on? What was it like inside? Joy, did you guys go to the Lotus Room too? That was our restaurant for special occasions. I can still remember the smell as you walk in. I do remember the Burger King well. I also remember having breakfasts at the Ho Jo's over by Alpine Ice Arena. They had something called Blueberry Toasties that were basically Blueberry Muffins made to look like a piece of toast! (in triangles). I used to go there on Saturdays with Liz and my mom between skating sessions. They had the BEST hot chocolate!
    Yes, a short respite in Maui to get away from the remodel. Why is it that construction projects take 3 times as long as they are supposed to. I feel guilty leaving my brother-in-law with such a mess!!
    Goodnight all!

  • October 20, 2007

    11:18 AM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Guys!

    It's been awhile. I am feeling a bit better today. Just a nasty virus - missed the last three days of work. Hope I still have a job when I get back! My boss is a real health nut, and cannot relate to being sick. I remember Taco Bell and Red Barn. Red Barn had a great salad bar if I remember correctly. I remember when Burger King opened, and the big treat on Friday night was to go get a whopper! They tasted much better then....

    Is everyone ready for snow? Not me, I hate it! Love to ski, but that is about it. Hate to be cooped up in the house. And I really hate driving home from work in the dark! Oh well, I am planning a cruise for my 50th in February. That will be something wonderful to look forward to! Nancy and Tony are getting ready to go to Maui in four days. I am WAY jealous! Have a great time. You can look for them on the Maui Kai web cam. Pull up MauiKai.com and you might see them sipping a cocktail on the seawall! Have a great weekend everyone! Liz

  • October 20, 2007

    10:26 AM

    karin writes:

    hey all!! geez, Im pretty sure there wernt any taco bells until the 70's were there? Im thinking they came along after we were grown up! the one I loved is when we were kids Mom use to go to a taco stand that was right off colo blvd caddy corner from the good shepards, i can't remember that street right now. it would have been the east side of CB close to the vets place now and where the old VW car lot was. was that Tynans V W ??? I can remember that a brand new bug was 1995.00 in the late 60;s!! remember the "sun-bug" a special edition gold bug???Mary didn't you and Ron have one???back to the taco stand. theydidn't speak much English at all and it was just take out. the best tacos ever!! The red barn was a great burger place wasn't it? I went to the one on colfax alot cuz my best friend lived off 7th ave. I loved their sauce on the burgers, which was probably just thousand Island dressing!!WOW Joy, I so remember that burrito named the matador, but what was that place???? here is one for all of you guys.. I just found an OLD wooden ruler from a TV place on 17th street called "house of TV and appliances" the phone number on the ruler is DE3-4066. ok, I remember how DU use to mean Dudley, SK was skyline in our hood, what the heck did the DE stand for????it would have been downtown area, like the Du numbers. kinda fun!! any ideas??? hey LIZ, I sure hope your feeling better, I can relate, been down myself. it sucks!! what a BEEEAUTIFUL day!! our neighborhood is on fire with colors, it will be sad to see the trees loose those pretty leaves!! get out and enjoy!!!

  • October 19, 2007

    11:01 PM

    Joy and George (mostly George's memories, but some of mine) writes:

    Our hearts too go to all the wonderful men and women doing such an incredibly difficult thing for their country.
    One more Angle Zippy f/up. They have no souls.
    Now back to fun memories...
    Where the old chicago is now, used to be a mexican food place that served a giant burrito called the matador! What was the name of that restaurant? The La Plaza came later and sits where Noodles is now. -- the old Playgirl club. Then it became the La Plaza restaurant. George was an assistant chef there and lost 4 bandaids in the guacamole. Needless to say, they did not serve guac for lunch that day......and George got canned. (that was 48 avacados) The Red Barn was where the new McDonald's is. The Burger King and the taco Bell used to be a row of duplexes. Yes, people lived there! Diane Crow lived there actually. It was torn down to build the burger king and taco bell.
    Lance, I worked at T-bell when John managed. That's when he brought Sharon to Denver! My best friend ever Jeri baldessari worked there too. We had a BLAST.
    George does not want anyone to forget that he was head busboy at the Alpine Village Inn.
    Dave and Sue, come over for dinner tomorrow okay? Got your message and I'll call tomorrow to see if we can get together.
    Nancy, I can't believe how many little memories of family life we share. My folks loved the Lotus room too!
    Goodnight hugs and kisses....

  • October 19, 2007

    9:17 PM

    Nancy '79 writes:

    Hi guys, I have been a blob tonight watching the new vampire show, Moonlight. It is actually pretty good!

    Hi Mary! I remember the old fashioned McDonald's "arches". That brings back memories. Remember the small wax paper bag that the small fries came in!


    I have had something on my mind. Today I saw a government car on a residential street in Lafayette on my way to my bank. It stopped in front of me and then pulled over. I was irritated at first, wondering why anyone would stop in the middle of the road. Then, as I passed, I noticed that there were two Marines, in full dress uniform, apparently looking for an address. My heart fell. I hope, beyond hope, that they were not going to inform a family of a death. I keep thinking of that, and the family. Maybe they were on a recruiting call. I hope so badly that is true. It brought me out of my everyday bubble and made me realize that this war is so real. I don't even want to read the paper tomorrow because I am afraid to find out. Even if we don't agree with this war, we need to send our love to the soldiers and their families for the sacrifices they are making. I wish I could stop thinking about what I saw, but I feel so much sorrow for the families. Sorry to bring sadness to the blog, but I needed to share.

    Goodnight.....

  • October 19, 2007

    8:51 PM

    Mary J writes:

    Isn't the old McDonalds now a Boston Chicken? Colorado Blvd. and Mississippi?

    Since I'm not in town I can't drive by to see!! Dang!

    Pledged for a sorority in high school and had to act like I was laying an egg under the Golden Arches.

    Hope you're all having a good night!

    Dave P. I would love to buy one of your cds. I know your email is on here somewhere - I'll look for it. I have a sax I bought for my son when he was very young. His teachers always said he had such a gift - but other things got in the way.

    Well, blog on bloggers ok?

    Mary

  • October 19, 2007

    8:43 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    I think the Taco Bell became a Taco Bueno in the '80's... I used to think Taco Bueno was better tasting than Taco Bell back then.. Taco Bueno was bought out by Chubbie's for some of the locations.
    Brad Lipson and I used to eat at the Taco Bueno at Miss & 225 a lot.

  • October 19, 2007

    8:37 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hi Nancy, yes... GO ROCKIES!!!
    McDonalds was at Mississippi and Colo Blvd SE Corner. now a Boston Mkt.
    Red Barn was about 2-3 blocks south of that on the west side of Colo. (near where McD's is now)
    and Taco Bell was just south of that on the east side of the Colo Blvd
    The Drumstick was at Fla and Colo NE corner, became an Arby's

  • October 19, 2007

    7:27 PM

    Nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Ron and everyone! Go Rockies! That Sox-Indians game was a bust last night! It would be fun to have the Rox and Sox! But I don't care either way, the ROX are going to the WORLD SERIES!!

    Where was the old Taco Bell??? I remember going to the Burger King on Colorado, but not Taco Bell. Where was Red Barn? The name is familiar, but was it a restaurant, or a liquor store, or what? Wasn't there a McD's on Colo near Florida or where?? My sis worked at Arby's and then later at Denny's near Evans and Colo. Funny how so many of our memories are centered around eating. My family's favorite place was the old Lotus Room near downtown. They made the BEST fried shrimp,.....mmmmm.

    Have a good night and a toast of wine to all of you, my friends!!

    Lizzie has not been feeling well so send her lots of love and healing thoughts!

    TGIF!!

  • October 19, 2007

    5:02 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Lance, I remember going to that old Taco Bell on the east side of Colo Blvd.. Red Barn was across the street.
    trying to remember, is the Old Chicago (now) where Taco Bell (was)??

  • October 19, 2007

    6:54 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 18, 2007

    8:18 PM

    lance writes:

    joy,
    there were a few of us that worked there around the same time. craig o'brian, sheron laniel, i think maybe john too and even greg drieling. we had a lot of fun there. and that manager was a wild one. i remember he bought a new mach one mustang muscle car and had part of it painted with fuzz paint. remember fuzz paint? it looked and felt sort of like velvet.

  • October 18, 2007

    9:29 AM

    Joy writes:

    Whoa-- Taco Bell! My first job (14!) before working at the Creamery. Did we work there at the same time Tim, Lance? Manager was Kurt and he was a wild one! Took the whole staff to see Yes in concert.

  • October 17, 2007

    3:48 PM

    b writes:

    hello!!

  • October 17, 2007

    3:48 PM

    Les L. writes:

    Good memories Lance. Things were much different then! People were much different then.

  • October 17, 2007

    1:39 PM

    lance writes:

    it looks like one more good blast of wind will clean my trees. dammit, i like the way they are.

  • October 17, 2007

    1:22 PM

    lance writes:

    i'm sure someone already talked about when the century 21 & the cooper movie theaters were still on colo. blvd. when movies were at the same theater for a year or more. during that same time, tim graves and i were working at taco bell. ( in it's old location). man when the movies and bars let out around 1, 2 in the morning, on a friday or saturday night, wholly mowlly. we had a kick in the ass. you never saw two15-16 year old kids move so fast. and we were the whole staff.
    then, when everything was picked up, cleaned up and put away, we lock the door. hop on our 10 speeds and ride home,down the middle of colo. blvd..

  • October 17, 2007

    12:26 PM

    Doug Montrose 70 writes:

    I will be in Denver this weekend for my parents 60th weeding anniversary and would like to get together with the old creamery gang on Friday night. I was thinking Auggies bar unless one of you has another suggestion.

  • October 17, 2007

    8:24 AM

    Karin writes:

    Wow, thanks youguys,I knew aI could count on you. the London house must have been it, for some weird reason it seems like another name, did it ever go through more than one name there? I know that restaurant was there for a few years, cus when we turned 21 we also went there for a "first legal drink" kind of thing! maybe the first place I had a.............are ya ready for this one????.......................PINK SQUIRREL!!!! oh, well, what can I say, it was great!! MARY, it was Rugby that i got engaged to then!! seems like a million years ago!! guess it was huh???I actually just sold that ring on craigs list for a nice little profit!! of coarse when wedding sets use to cost 250 bucks not hard to do!! glad everyone had some nice b'days!! yes, Lance, it IS an incredible time of year!! been trying to enjoy it all.Dave keep up the good work my friend, yep-sir coward is the best word yet for those kind. good to see alot of the GOOD folks back on the ol blog, keep on a bloggin kids

  • October 16, 2007

    9:43 PM

    Thor '74 writes:

    Well, I took a couple of days off from the blog and lo and behold I missed a lot of very nice birthday wishes. Thanks to Joy, Kim, Lance, Nancy and Karin for those wishes (Hope that I didn't miss anyone). My 51st Birthday was the best ever!!!!

  • October 16, 2007

    6:27 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Go Rockies!! we were at last nights game as well as the Philly game and the tie breaker against SD
    And we have world series tickets, looking forward to Sat/ Sun and if nec.
    Monday's madness!!
    amazing 21-1 run..
    GO ROCKIES!!!

  • October 16, 2007

    9:47 AM

    m writes:

    good morning

  • October 16, 2007

    9:34 AM

    m writes:

    hey bloggers!!

  • October 15, 2007

    10:22 AM

    kws75 writes:

    Royce B. Sorry about friday night, I messed up my knee on Wed. had MRI Friday, see surgeon today. Will let you know can I have a rain check. Happy Belated B-day THOR.

  • October 15, 2007

    8:29 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    GOOOOOOOO ROCKIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • October 15, 2007

    8:11 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 14, 2007

    1:46 PM

    lance writes:

    you go Dave ! funny how teeth, hair and mistakes sorta go hand & hand. you and the band utterly rock!
    to zip & zapped, you folk can't see the forest for the trees! how dare you... like Les L. said awhile ago, what is in the dark will eventually come to light. but you fool/fools are too blind to see. 1 of 2 things are going on. either you are unhappy with yourself or you are perfect.
    now, which do you think it is?

  • October 14, 2007

    12:16 PM

    Dave P and Sue writes:

    ?

  • October 14, 2007

    11:57 AM

    Sue of Dave P and Sue writes:

    To my friends, thanks for your support!
    My 1st reaction was just to ignore the whole thing but there is this to say
    zippy and/or angel:
    Do you really think i'm not aware of my smile? Gonna hang on to what i,ve got as long as I can.
    The band is good enuf for rock and roll
    YOU TOO CAN BUY MY CD
    "DAVE PETERS" "NOBODYS PERFECT"
    ONLY TEN DOLLARS
    ALL MUSIC AND LYRICS BY DAVE PETERS
    VOCAL ,KEYBOARDS, GUITAR, SAX, HARMONICA AND DRUM PROGRAMS BY DAVE PETERS. ONLY TEN DOLLARS
    13 SONGS! JUST EMAIL ME TO OBTAIN THIS FANTASTIC WORK OF ART!
    Do ya think i'm stupid too??!!!!
    You really should have said all those things to me at creamstock or was it augies? While you were shaking my hand with that phoney smile on your face would have been the perfect opportunity. YOU COWARD! (s)
    HOW EMBARASSING FOR YOU. Whoever you are.

  • October 14, 2007

    9:37 AM

    Mary H & J writes:

    Hey, Donnie recalls the London House, over by the yum yum tree. He never went there but Lance you're probably right. Hmm, Karen anyone we know that proposed?

    Anyone remember the Blue Goose?

  • October 14, 2007

    8:57 AM

    Joy writes:

    Happy belated Thor! Lance has it right Karin, I remember the London House. And wow, Nancy! I did the same thing with the heater and thermometer. I also remember that strange cartoon Hercules in the mornings right before had to leave to McMeen...freaked me out, but I had to watch.

  • October 13, 2007

    10:25 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Lance, what? Are you quoting a song that I don't remember? Tony (my hubby) says you are on the yellow brick road if that makes sense!
    Hi Mary! I do remember Victoria Station. It was the fancy restaurant that we only went to on VERY special occasions. I think my Uncle Merritt took us there. Do you remember, Lizzie? I don't remember the restaurant on the corner that Karin is trying to remember. I left a message for Liz to see if she could think of the name for you, Karin.

    Thor, hope you had a nice day!

    It is gettin' cold....Brrrr...

    A great memory just kicked in. At our old house on Glencoe, we used to have a heater vent in the living room that I stood over in the morning and watched my granny nightie poof up with air. When I wasn't wanting to go to school, I would tell my mom I was sick. She would take my temp and I would put the thermometer next to the heater vent and make it go to 100 degrees or so. Just enough to stay home from school. True confessions....I just needed a day off once in awhile! I wonder if that would work for me now......
    Good night!!

  • October 13, 2007

    7:50 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hi Lance!

  • October 13, 2007

    7:45 PM

    Mary J G H can't remember writes:

    Karen, are you thinking of Andy'sSmorgasborg now the infamous Shot Gun Willies? Or the Zobo greek thing. What about the Victoria Station? Ohh, there was also another place in the same area. Dang, that's probably it. Ron and I went to all of them. Ask him, he would know for sure.

  • October 13, 2007

    3:46 PM

    lance writes:

    damn this blue canoe. which road am i on ??

  • October 13, 2007

    3:02 PM

    lance writes:

    Sure is pretty out. nice time of year.

  • October 13, 2007

    2:57 PM

    ba writes:

    Good Saturday to everybody!

  • October 13, 2007

    2:48 PM

    lance writes:

    anybody remember winter, tubing at 6th & Simms? before,,,,,, the burbs.

  • October 13, 2007

    2:41 PM

    lance writes:

    Da , happy birthday Mr. Thor Hansen !!!

  • October 13, 2007

    2:34 PM

    lance writes:

    Karin, was it maybe the London House ?

  • October 13, 2007

    11:12 AM

    Karin writes:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY THOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what a beeeeautiful day for a b'day right?? go out and have a great one!!! the folks on this blog(most of them anyway) are just SO incredible, it is an honor to know each one of you!!you are so right Nancy!!! I have a OLD memory I need some help with. does anyone remember a very nice steak and lobster type restaurant that sat right behind the gas station on the northwest corner of colo blvd and cherry creek drive? the time frame was 1970. it was really pretty inside, big stone fireplace, linen cloths candle light etc. very nice and expensive for the times( or at least OUR times) it would have been across color blvd, caddy corner from the red slipper. I got engaged there in 1970 and cannot remember it for the life of me!! I don't think it was there a really long time at all, but was one of our nicer places to go then, it was equal to say the Library rest. or something like that!!this one is buggin' me big time!! any help???

  • October 13, 2007

    10:04 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hey Everyone!! I am so proud of all of you for standing up for our awesome site. I love you guys and I love Dave and the band!!

    Wanted to send out a HUGE Birthday wish for Thor!! Have an awesome day!!

    Ron N. GO ROX!!! Talk to ya soon. Have a great Saturday all!

  • October 13, 2007

    9:15 AM

    KH writes:

    SUE.....................YOU ROCK SISTER!!!!!!! WE LOVE YOU BOTH!!!!!!

  • October 13, 2007

    12:02 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    *

  • October 12, 2007

    8:41 PM

    Mary H (J & G too) writes:

    Well, here is my friend's posting to you snobs, Angel and Ziggy. Get lost!! Perhaps you are just a snobby looky loo!!


    hI EVERYONE! New years eve is a go for augys! Wild blue is playing. Don is putting together a package of some kind. cover and dinner or something worthwhile. It would be great to ring it in together. Its been a long time since we all have . I will be getting the info soon from Don and will email everyone the details. Will also post it on the blog.
    Wild Blue is playing tomorrow night at
    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE
    88TH AND WADSWORTH
    7699 W 88TH
    OCT 5 AND 6TH
    8.30 START ON FRIDAY AND 9PM START ON SATURDAY
    YOU CAN GET A GREAT DINNER THERE
    1ST SET FRI IS QUIETER FOR DINERS AND THE REST OF THE NIGHT WE ROCK THE ROOF OFF!
    HOPE YOU ALL CAN COME
    dana , georgia and tom armstrong. We missed you all at bubbieville last weekend.. you to ron g.
    See Ya!

    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE. 7699 W 88TH
    Basically 88th and wadsworth
    Friday start time 8.30 pm 10-5-07
    Sat start time 9pm
    Hope some of you can make it!
    They serve dinner. Good food I'm told.
    1st set quieter for diners then rock the roof off!
    Come on down!
    Dana , missed you and Georgia at bubbieville last weedend, you to Tom Armstrong. You too Ron G.

  • October 12, 2007

    8:41 PM

    Mary H (J & G too) writes:

    Well, here is my friend's posting to you snobs, Angel and Ziggy. Get lost!! Perhaps you are just a snobby looky loo!!


    hI EVERYONE! New years eve is a go for augys! Wild blue is playing. Don is putting together a package of some kind. cover and dinner or something worthwhile. It would be great to ring it in together. Its been a long time since we all have . I will be getting the info soon from Don and will email everyone the details. Will also post it on the blog.
    Wild Blue is playing tomorrow night at
    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE
    88TH AND WADSWORTH
    7699 W 88TH
    OCT 5 AND 6TH
    8.30 START ON FRIDAY AND 9PM START ON SATURDAY
    YOU CAN GET A GREAT DINNER THERE
    1ST SET FRI IS QUIETER FOR DINERS AND THE REST OF THE NIGHT WE ROCK THE ROOF OFF!
    HOPE YOU ALL CAN COME
    dana , georgia and tom armstrong. We missed you all at bubbieville last weekend.. you to ron g.
    See Ya!

    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE. 7699 W 88TH
    Basically 88th and wadsworth
    Friday start time 8.30 pm 10-5-07
    Sat start time 9pm
    Hope some of you can make it!
    They serve dinner. Good food I'm told.
    1st set quieter for diners then rock the roof off!
    Come on down!
    Dana , missed you and Georgia at bubbieville last weedend, you to Tom Armstrong. You too Ron G.

  • October 12, 2007

    7:36 PM

    Sue of Dave P and Sue writes:

    To Angel and Zippy. Haven't been to the blog in a long time and just saw yours about Dave. I'll let Dave speak for himself when he reads it, but for now I have a few thoughts. Your pea sized brains are so filled with self importance, that you have failed to comprehend the spirit of this blog. It is about renewing relationships from childhood, the love of true friends and has fostered some apologies from adults who hurt their friends feelings as kids. It isn't about attacking someone in the most personal and public way you could ever think of. Do you need to do that to feel good? If so, you need help. Really...who do you think you are? It's none of your business. Through out history there are always ankle biters like you who try to elevate themselves by tearing down others. I'm sure your family and friends are so proud. Dave should go to a dentist? What is the matter with you? He can always improve his teeth but you have a long way to go to be a decent human being. I have loved Dave for over 20 years. All of him. FYI, he's getting a few gray hairs if you'd like to attack him about that. Shallow and insensitve people attract the same. Who are you sleeping with? Someone who's bleached, botoxed, plastic and fake. Too bad. Dave has a large fan base and his creamery friends asked him to let them know when he plays via the blog. You don't like seeing the announcement...don't read it. You don't like the band...don't go. Why are you making such a big deal about it? Sounds like you and Zippy are one in the same. You have the right to start another blog and talk to others like you. You also have the right to cosmetically enhance or implant whatever you want to make you feel like you fit in. My guess is you've had alot done. When you or your chicken shit coward friend get a testicle implant let me know cause I'd love to see you. There are also alot of others here who would love to talk to you. By the way, do you have a band? Why don't you let us know where you're playing so we can look you over and critique your band. If not, you shouldn't be talking about it. Especially if you have no idea what's involved in playing live.

  • October 12, 2007

    5:24 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hi All, Dave you just keep on jamin' you guys Rock!
    Angel and Ziphead will take a hike, being out numbered by 200 to 2

    Joy I will be at the GABF for the 17th yr in a row..we are going Sat afternoon session, this is for the American Home Brewers Assoc members.. good time!

  • October 12, 2007

    5:12 PM

    jj&l writes:

    To the creeps that have poisoned the blog.....first of all, who do you think you are anyway????? other than total dirtballs!! you could only WISH and hope that you were as well loved as Dave and his band are by all of us, you are lower than low and obviously are sick and twisted beyond help! there are ways of finding out who you are too, We would suggest you get the hell out of dodge and leave this blog alone....................GET LOST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAVE.................keep the fun commin my friend!! we love knowing where you and your great band will be playing so we can have a blast with you at the next fuction!!! you have made so many cool times for all of us, keep up the great work!!! can't wait to see you all soon!!

  • October 12, 2007

    4:04 PM

    lance writes:

    ok all you alls,

    don't put them scooters away just yet, not ever . not eeevenn !!!!!!! the toy runs are soon to start. they are the best. since childrens moved, this year will be an ajustment. bike or cage. bring a toy !

  • October 12, 2007

    12:12 PM

    Joy & George '73 and '70 writes:

    I guess that would Ron N for sure, eh? Our friend will be exhibiting (Steelhead from Burlingame) so look for us there.

  • October 12, 2007

    12:09 PM

    Joy Heiserman writes:

    Yes! You said it Frank! TGIF all and maybe I'll see some of you at the Beer Festival??!!!

  • October 12, 2007

    10:24 AM

    ..... writes:

    tgif !!!

  • October 12, 2007

    7:41 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 12, 2007

    6:56 AM

    Frank Anton writes:

    To Angel: You must be one of the most jealous wantabe musican. You probably dont have any conscept what live music is all about; Sorry i can give a name of a Doctor that can help you with your hearing problem.

    Dave you and the guys are well rouded band and i have enjoyed you preformances, keep the work rocking

  • October 11, 2007

    3:43 PM

    bb writes:

    Good Thursday to every one!!

  • October 11, 2007

    6:47 AM

    Les lallo writes:

    Angel/Zippy......................whats in the dark will eventually come to the light! Dude!
    We got your back Dave!

  • October 11, 2007

    6:45 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 10, 2007

    5:48 PM

    lance writes:

    the best part of this site is , it happened.

  • October 10, 2007

    4:59 PM

    lance writes:

    joy, evil will always be around, if you/we let it.
    i really haven't seen much evil amongst. there is only a couple of no minds tuning in.
    has any body thought about our blog's first anniversary party ??dave , get wound for sound !!

  • October 10, 2007

    4:48 PM

    Karin writes:

    Joy, it sounds like a great idea to me. does anyone have any ideas on how to set up our new blog?Im afraid I have no idea how to do that, but alot of the folks on this site are very good on the computers and probably know how to do it. anyone have any ideas? I think it will be a great thing to do anyway, as Im sure this blog will not be around that much longer anyway. I mean how much great stuff can one little blog actually hold??? it has to be getting pretty full after all these months! I sure hate to loose all the great memories everyone has added. I still go back and re-read this from the start!! it just has SO many fun, fun memories from everyone!! I guess the only way is to get a truck load of inks and paper and have at it huh??I can't imagine how much ink and paper it would take to copy this entire blog!! WOW!!! we have all of the creamstockers emails so we can get in touch with them, no problem.

  • October 10, 2007

    11:09 AM

    Joy writes:

    Hi all -- hey Karin, remember what we talked about in setting up another blog with the emails you've collected? Maybe now is the time since we've been invaded by evil. Dave knows we all love him and the band. All those in favor of moving the venue out of this overly big and overly public blog, please weigh in with your suggestions of how to do that.
    Hi Nancy! Mom enjoyed talking with you and looks forward to the next time. Did she tell you why she was busy? Coincidentally, she was having a lunch guest --- Dorothy Krob (3rd grade teacher at Ellis)!! They get together every now and then.

  • October 10, 2007

    9:59 AM

    ?? writes:

    GOOD MORNING BLOGGERS!! HOPE EVERYONE IS DOING GOOD TODAY!!

  • October 10, 2007

    8:13 AM

    Mary H writes:

    Wow, haven't been on for awhile. I just have a few words for "Angel" and "Zippy." You obviously aren't a part of this blog and you suck!!

    Dave, don't let comments like that keep you from letting everyone know about your band's schedule. I remember very well your great talent and love that sax!!

    See ya later bloggers, gotta go to work! Uggh.

  • October 10, 2007

    6:54 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 10, 2007

    6:53 AM

    J writes:

    morning

  • October 10, 2007

    6:53 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    mm

  • October 9, 2007

    5:10 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Karin, HI!! You just jogged out an old memory, at least I think it is my memory. Maybe Liz can verify. Anyway, I think we used to go sledding on a hill in Evergreen?? or maybe somewhere else. I have a vague, nice memory of my dad sitting on the sled (a wood one with red runners) behind me, holding me! I wish I had a picture of that. Dad has been gone for almost 25 years....Anyway, as they say, thanks for the memories! That is why I love this site!

    Love you guys!

  • October 9, 2007

    4:52 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    what lowlifes!!!!! GO AWAY, no one is one bit interested in your crap!! go find a blog for psychos, that is where you both, or all ONE of you belong!! get lost.

  • October 9, 2007

    4:45 PM

    bam writes:

    I just have to comment on "angel" and "zippy" comments....you are no angel and zippy, I think not! Dave is loved by us all, his band is awsome and we appreciate it when he lets us know where he is playing!!!!! We don't need your two cents, get lost!!!

  • October 9, 2007

    4:22 PM

    Karin writes:

    howdy all. Nancy!! sorry I missed your b'day! sure hope it was a "swell" one, as Wally Cleaver would say!! yep-sir enjoying this incredible Colorado weather alot!! it is perfect!!I sure do remember all the lakes and ponds freezing and they did stay frozen all winter didn't they? we were just talking about how the snow and ice would stay on the north side of our old garage all winter long. I would push my big old clunky sled back and forth on it!! winters were different that is for sure. I tell all my pals that arn't from here that we have "weenie winters" these days compared to when we were kids!! remember how there would be HUGE long icecycles hanging down from all the gutters?I almost killed myself as a little kid pushing on one and it came down on my head, knocked me out for a minute, had a big old lump for days!! so now you know what is really wrong with me huh? but the winters were cold and long wern't they? hey EVIE B. if you are still out there, I was reading WAAY back in the blog that Sue Nash was your best friend??? I ran around with her for awhile when she was with and then married Greg Carhart, wen't to their wedding infact. would love to know where she is and how she is doing, I know they had a child, a boy I think. if anyone knows how to get my question to Evie please do ok? havn't seen her on here in awhile. thanks for the help!!

  • October 9, 2007

    4:14 PM

    ba writes:

    hello again bloggers!

  • October 9, 2007

    4:02 PM

    ba writes:

    hi bloggers!!

  • October 9, 2007

    3:27 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Wow. I haven't read the blog in awhile. Too bad there are people out there that try to spoil a good thing. Shame on you. I enjoyed the band and I don't think personal attacks are very mature. I know everyone wants to ignore the spoilers, but I have to say something-GROW UP!!!

    Okay, now that I have that off my mind, thanks for all the B-Day wishes! The time seems to be passing more and more quickly as I get older! Hope everyone is enjoying the amazing weather that we have here. I remember when we would get a lot of snow in October and all the ponds around town would freeze by the end of November and stay frozen. My mom would take us kids to Wash Park to skate. Does anyone remember the Winken Blinken and Nod statue? It is still in Wash Park on the (I think) east side. If I mentioned this before, ignore me-my mind forgets things a lot faster now....
    Joy, I talked briefly to your mom last week. She sounded busy, so I told her I would call her this week sometime. She still sounds the same as she did when I was in 3rd grade!
    Have a good one everyone!

  • October 9, 2007

    9:07 AM

    lance writes:

    hi all,

    hey to the one or two ? dipshits on dave's case, personal agenda is also part of what this site is about ! if your personal agenda is slamming people or trying to stir up shit, just go away. it's that easy !

  • October 9, 2007

    6:53 AM

    J writes:

    morning - where have all the bloggers gone?

  • October 9, 2007

    6:51 AM

    J writes:

    morning - where have all the bloggers gone?

  • October 8, 2007

    9:45 PM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    HEH ZIPPY AND ANGEL OR ARE YOU ONE IN THE SAME. YOU SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I.D.YOURSELFS OR GET OFF THE BLOG, NO ROOM FOR YOU HERE. HOW BOUT YOU JUST E-MAIL EACH OTHER OR YOURSELF. A LITTLE SELF ABUSE MIGHT HELP YOU.

  • October 8, 2007

    12:25 PM

    Zippy writes:

    Well said Angel.
    It's about time someone said something about the "Dave Show"
    P.S.
    Dave you looked 65 and a dentist wouldn't hurt.
    much love all.

  • October 8, 2007

    10:00 AM

    Angel writes:

    Dave Peters.. Please stop using this board for your personal agenda.If you want to advertise your band use your own blog or start your own website.Many of us are talking to each other and agree that you since day one have been using this borad as a "It's all about Dave".

    Do the voices in your head give you your divine knowledge of our past or do you deliberately try to come off as self centered?

    Your most recent post is another example of what we are talking about.

    So please no "Self Promoting" in the future.

    Your band was just ok and there was a lot of mistakes.

    No need to promote here.

    Now back to the fun.

  • October 6, 2007

    8:30 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    Dave,,,,Sorry about missing out on bubbyville. Didn't know for sure when it was to happen. Wanted to see you guys tonight but funds ran a little short as can happen time to time. But keep us all posted on your scheduling of bookings, will make the next one sure. Sorry to miss this time around, always enjoy yor music!

    Doug M. Glad I didn't miss the timing of your visit. The 19th sounds ok to me. What more appropriate than Augy's. I'll E Mail you my phone number on Classmates,
    easier to connect when you arrive? Looking forward to it!

  • October 6, 2007

    4:48 PM

    royceb writes:

    everyone hi, have not been on for awhile, getting ready for winter. hope you are all doing fine. no chickens no problems. these kids keep me young. hope to see everyone sometime this winter. hang in there. royceb

  • October 4, 2007

    8:16 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Happy Belated Birthday Nancy!!!
    Sorry, with the Rox winning tons and us getting ready to move, I've been away from the blog
    Lance.... Clapton!

  • October 4, 2007

    6:11 PM

    dave peters and sue writes:

    hI EVERYONE! New years eve is a go for augys! Wild blue is playing. Don is putting together a package of some kind. cover and dinner or something worthwhile. It would be great to ring it in together. Its been a long time since we all have . I will be getting the info soon from Don and will email everyone the details. Will also post it on the blog.
    Wild Blue is playing tomorrow night at
    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE
    88TH AND WADSWORTH
    7699 W 88TH
    OCT 5 AND 6TH
    8.30 START ON FRIDAY AND 9PM START ON SATURDAY
    YOU CAN GET A GREAT DINNER THERE
    1ST SET FRI IS QUIETER FOR DINERS AND THE REST OF THE NIGHT WE ROCK THE ROOF OFF!
    HOPE YOU ALL CAN COME
    dana , georgia and tom armstrong. We missed you all at bubbieville last weekend.. you to ron g.
    See Ya!

    THE HOFFBRAU HOUSE. 7699 W 88TH
    Basically 88th and wadsworth
    Friday start time 8.30 pm 10-5-07
    Sat start time 9pm
    Hope some of you can make it!
    They serve dinner. Good food I'm told.
    1st set quieter for diners then rock the roof off!
    Come on down!
    Dana , missed you and Georgia at bubbieville last weedend, you to Tom Armstrong. You too Ron G.

  • October 3, 2007

    7:08 AM

    Joy Heiserman writes:

    Happy birthday Nancy!

  • October 2, 2007

    8:07 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Just wanted to wish my beautiful sister Nancy a VERY happy Birthday! Hope you are enjoying your special day! Love you! Liz

  • October 2, 2007

    7:53 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Just wanted to wish my beautiful sister Nancy a VERY happy Birthday! Hope you are enjoying your special day! Love you! Liz

  • October 2, 2007

    3:43 PM

    lance- lost&founddept... writes:

    It's about the music. let's hear some.

  • October 2, 2007

    3:19 PM

    lance- lost&founddept... writes:

    i thought a piece of me left the first time i saw the gaps of time in between blogs and couldn't blog. usually when i have a question or problem, i try and call an expert. So i mailed Karin. Looky There. we're back in action, thanks Karin.

  • October 2, 2007

    3:00 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Tom A yes I will be in Denver and would like to get together on Friday Evening Oct 19. Auggies would be great as I am staying at 225 and Iliff. Any one else out there would be more than welcome to come swap stories and have a few drinks.

  • October 2, 2007

    12:46 PM

    Joy Heiserman Brangoccio writes:

    I,too, tried several times to blog on and say hello and whine about missing the big party at Augie's! ( Long messages that went nowhere!!!) George had a gig same weekend as for the wine festival. With someone else paying for accommodations, couldn't turn down a chance to get away! Heard it was a lot of fun, the band did it right again! and so sorry to have missed you, Susan! Hope we get another chance soon (New Year's???) So glad Bill and Adriane made it home safely and that Lance is back!!
    Hello to Sandie and Nancy - did you get my emails?
    And Sue Sjogren - don't be mad, I can't make it Wed, I'm off to SF the next day. Please call me and let me have it though!
    And big THANKS to Karin for getting the plumbing on this thing fixed! BLOG ON!!!

  • October 2, 2007

    7:35 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    glad to see the blog is back, I have been trying for some time to get on to no avail. I just wanted to say how much fun my wife and I had at blog fest, meeting and renewing old friendships. Thanks again to everyone who helped make this happen. The worst part was the 6 hour hangover drive home. This friday traffic jam week for Albuquerque, it's the start ot balloon fiesta which runs until the following sunday. It usually brings about 800 balloonist and 2 to 300,000 tourist , cars and people all over the north valley at 5a.m, but it brings big bucks to the city. hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable week.

  • October 1, 2007

    6:03 PM

    Karin writes:

    HEY KIDS!!!!!!!! were baaaack!!!! I actually wrote to Mike Rudeen who has this blog and asked if something had gone wrong or was it just over. he was not even aware that anything was happening, and, it was all of his blogs not just this one, so he must have fixed it for us!! THANKS MIKE!! anyway, it is so great to still have a little place to talk to all of you!! has anyone out there thought about how we could download or copy this blog??? this is months and months of incredible memories, I sure would hate to see them all just dissapear!! I know it cold be copied, cuz, didn't someone actually try that many moons ago and said it took like 500 pages???? wow!! and now we have even more good stuff!! I have been going back to the beginning of this crazy thing and re-reading all those fabulous stories and memories!!I could NEVER remember it all!! such great, great stuff!! well, I hope we can start making plans for the next creamstock soon!! will give me something to think about when its dark at 4:30!( I just hate that) but you know there will be fun things poppin' up all winter, like going to see our band etc right?? so keep your eye on this, we will make sure you get the info!! ROYCE B..I hear tell that you won't be moving now right??? that is grrreat news!! your place is the BEST!!! hope to see alot of you guys back on here ok? Nancy!! yes, we did do the "chair-swing" too! but Georgia and I were actually "captured" on film!!!! what a fun, fun night!! well, keep in touch creamstockers!!!!!hey, also, Mike R was saying that maybe downloading big picture files on here is using up its ability to keep going, so maybe if we have some great pics to share we can send them another way to everyone that wants to take a peek at them. just a thought.

  • September 29, 2007

    8:39 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    WOW,,,SCARY,,JUST READ MY LAST ENTRY,,,,LOST SOME TIME THERE. SORRY DOUG, OBVIOUSLY MEANT OCTOBER

  • September 28, 2007

    9:36 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    Doug Montrose,,,,still planning on being here the first of August time frame?
    Would like to get together for a beer or something.

    E Mail me if you want Tarmst1953@aol.com

  • September 28, 2007

    7:44 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hey Nancy, what's happening? Yah, blog seems dead. Where's Lance. Bill glad you're OK.

    Ran into a lady here in Montana that some of you might know. Her name was Kay Wunderwald. By chance we met a a work shop. She graduated 1975 from - forgot - but either Aurora or Cherry Creek.

    Well, gotta go! Wake up everyone!

  • September 28, 2007

    4:09 PM

    kws75 writes:

    blog seems to be having some problems. Royce b. give me a call, need a happy hour. T & L doc said everything is looking good, will be setting date for FL soon.

  • September 28, 2007

    2:01 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    HI Everyone! Good to see you are okay Bill. I am sorry about the scorpion stings. I don't think I could live somewhere that had scorpions AHH! Good luck with the rest of the hurricane season! When does it end??
    Karen, I was doing the chair dance with you. Maybe Georgia did later? That was sooo fun! I think we invented "chair swing" ! To everyone who has asked, my back is doing better!
    The blog seems to be extremely quiet, but I do think of all of you often. Augy's was great and I am lucky to have met all of you through the blog! I think a lot of people are having issues posting. Keep trying!
    Happy Friday!

  • September 20, 2007

    1:38 PM

    bill Taylor, still jumpy from cat 5's writes:

    did i mention the 3 scorpion stings in a 4 day period?
    ahhh good to be home!

  • September 20, 2007

    1:31 PM

    bill Taylor, still jumpy from cat 5's writes:

    hey everyone,,,
    there has been an unfortunate string of unlikely events involving me, the computer, the weather.
    i did indeed make it to denver, but as always, there is not enough time between hangovers, to see all the folks you want to.
    lets blame thor for this trip eh.
    then when adriane arrived, it was POWER SHOPPING!
    we must have made 5o trips up and down colo blvd, hit every store!
    i had the cheapest rental i could get from budget rental,, a 2007 ford f100 double cab 4x4 with every bell and whistel! i am not kidding, it was cheaper than a hunday!
    that nice ride, paved roads, ipod plugged straight in, i was in bliss!
    on the way home, hurricane dean stranded us in houston for a night. LOVED that!
    king size bed, a remote, a bucket of cold beers, AC! the only relaxing time of the trip!
    hurricane dean went hi and to the outside so were OK.
    then,, one week later, someone hurls the second cat 5 storm at us, felix!
    out comes the plywood, in go the beach chairs,, AGAIN!
    felix went low and outside.
    as long as no one hurls the next one right down the strike zone, we can relax!
    then,, the computer took a big steamin dump.
    had to replace it which took a week or more.
    got it all set up the way we want and i could't get to this site to save my young, narrow, natural white ass. finaly got hooked in today.
    i will have to go back a month or so and catch up.
    doug,, i have been getting your mails, and beth,, i got your address change but now i can't find it. please resend.

  • September 20, 2007

    12:12 PM

    Ray Wells writes:

    Hey, what a great night, so good to see everyone, its so great to re-connect with people that you havent seen is such a long time, it does bring back so many memories. Chris and Lynette, thanks for remembering me, I wish we would have had more time to talk.
    Susan really good to see you and I really enjoyed talking with you too.
    Lisa, I didnt realize that you were Daves sister until Sat night. It was great to see you and Im glad you are back in town.
    Dave thanks so much for letting me sit in with you guys, its still a rush to play especially with all the talent you have in your band. Please thank all of them for me. Do let me know when you want to get together.
    Dana & Georgia, that golf was great, best game Ive had in a long time!

  • September 19, 2007

    10:29 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Dave-New Years Eve sounds fun. I hope you guys can pull it together. What a treat! I hope you will post where the band is playing on the blog. I'm sure I'm not the only one that would like to hear you play more.
    Georgia, I forgot to thank you earlier for bringing Ray Wells over to re-introduce us. You, my dear, are just waaaayyy to beautiful!
    What happened to some of the earlier bloggers? Jon Goodman, Paula Jones? Would have liked to have seen more the old "gang".

  • September 19, 2007

    8:49 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha all It's sound like you had a blast at the blog fest.It's so nice to read how much people have come together after sooo many years.I can't want untill the next time. Love you always, beth later

  • September 19, 2007

    7:52 PM

    dave peters and sue writes:

    Lynette, nope ,no web site. But the next gig is at "the hoffbrau house" a restauarant night club out in northwest denver oct 5th and 6th a fri and sat night. try to make it if you can.
    Don at augies has asked us to play new years eve at augys..I have a yes from all but one person in the band and will know soon. It could be a chance for all the creamery gang to see in the new year together. I know all of us have spent new years eve with one or more of us in diff combinations when we were all young. I think new years eve could just be the frosting on the cake for of us.. or the "cream" in our coffee the next morning.
    I will post an update on the blog and if people are open to it will send emails to all. Whadda ya tink? I think Don is offering a package that includes prime rib for two a hotel room and a ride to and from the club in a limo. More info later.

  • September 19, 2007

    6:14 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Thanks to Liz and Karen for all the work you did to put the blogfest together.
    Dave, the band was great. Sorry I didn't get a chance to meet you. Do you have a website that tells everyone where you're playing?
    Ray Wells...it was fun to see you all grown up. You play a wicked guitar.
    Tom...it was great to meet you. I had heard so much about you.
    Chris Smilanic...thanks for being the DD. Next time I'll do it so you can party.
    Doug Parker...I remembered you after seeing you. Your wife is a gem.
    To my BFF Susan...I was so happy to see you after all these years. I can't believe you came all the way from Indianna for Blogfest. You're AWESOME. Haven't changed one bit.
    To Thor...it was good to see you. Didn't know you in school, but met you many years later through mutual friends.
    Had a great time meeting Debbie and Karen.
    Thanks to Don for hosting the fest.
    And to everyone I didn't meet or talk to, hope to catch you at the next one.

  • September 19, 2007

    6:04 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    The Blog Fest was alot of fun!! I want to Thank Chris Smilanic and Lynette Miller for picking me up at the airport. Going out and getting reconnected after 36 years. Watch out for that Boogie Man. Thanks for taking me to to Blog Fest. It was Great seeing old friends. Dave your band was awesome. It was great talking to you. I will give my brother your message. Judy Jordan you are a cutie, Mac J. it was so much fun talking about you and my brother. Barbie A. you are so sweet. Ron Gupton you are so funny. I am so glad I got to talk to you. Ray Wells you looked great and have had a interesting life. Dana and Georgia you are the cutest couple. My cousin Doug and family Thank you for meeting me at the Blog Fest. I Love You. Tom A thank you for the dance. You brought back alot of good memories. Glad I am on top of your shit list. Lance, Eddie D, Bill D. Les L. Royce B where were you? I am sorry I missed seeing you.

  • September 19, 2007

    9:03 AM

    hi writes:

    just catching up!

  • September 19, 2007

    8:13 AM

    karin writes:

    wow, I had NO idea Mack drove from NM, what a guy!! it was great to see you Mack!! would love to see Jack again!! it was just a gas to see all of you! yes, indeed we need to plan another "fest" that is for sure!! Im really thinkinga bout this!! but you know that may take a little while!! we can't go all winter without one!!will keep ya posted.................! the creamery kids ROCK!!

  • September 18, 2007

    9:59 PM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    We second all of those comments, great to see all of you again. Way to come through creamery gang. Friday sure had us worried. Dave I really don't think you guys realize how good you are. Think you guys ought to get yourselfs a good manager. I'm sure theres alot of gigs out there for you. Again great time and lets do it again. Luv you all, us.

  • September 18, 2007

    5:41 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    I also wanted to say how great it was to see the people that i had missed before,,,Dave Cline, Mike Coon, special thanks to Mack Jordan for driving all the way from Albequerque,,,that was really something.
    Also want to thank Chris and Lynette for bringing Susan with you!
    Susan,,,,Thanks for the dance !!! Made my day for sure, I really enjoyed the little time we had to see each other. I guess I'll have to put you on the top of my "good shit" list. Who would of thunk? Especially coming from Indiana for the event.
    And of course Dave,,,,the band was awsome as usual,,,thanks man.
    Thanks again everybody !!!
    The old creamery does it yet again!

  • September 18, 2007

    5:00 PM

    b. armstrong-mcmahon writes:

    I sure enjoyed talking to everyone at Augy's Saturday night!! And dancing to Dave's GREAT band!! Also the food was very good!!

    Thanks!!

  • September 17, 2007

    10:13 PM

    dave peters and sue writes:

    I left someone out.. Thanks you Ray Wells for sitting in with the band. You're a fantastic guitar player. Lets get together soon.

  • September 17, 2007

    10:07 PM

    dave peters and sue writes:

    Thanks to everyone who came to blogfest!/Thanks for supporting the band. We had a great time. The creamery crowd is the best. Yes, it's time to start planning another event . First we need a name to call it. Any ideas? Mack it was great to see you. thanks for the beer and for buying my CD hope you enjoy it. Really cool that you drove from albuqurque to be there! Grat to see you to debbie. Its been to long. Great to see everyone . I should have made a toast to liz blackwell for starting all of this. Heres to you liz! Karin, thanks for the email campaign. See you in bubbieville! Hi mike!

  • September 17, 2007

    7:30 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Ditto....I had a great time at Auggies. Nice to see everyone again. Dave's band is awesome! Where is the winter blogfest going to be held?

  • September 17, 2007

    3:51 PM

    bam writes:

    had a great time at "blogfest!" saw a few new people and got to talk to more people this time. Dave's band was GREAT!!

  • September 16, 2007

    2:33 PM

    karin writes:

    HEY KIDS!! well, last night was a ton of fun!!I havn't had that much fun at a bar in a looooong time!! we had a nice little show up with fellow cremstockers but it would have been even more fun with alot more of you!!!! the band was great as usual.....a BIG thanks to Dave and the guys for that!!!!! it is always so much fun to see and dance to them!! hopefully the next time they play we can get even more of us all together right?? TOM, thanks SO very much for the wonderful CD's you made for us, havn't had a chance to listen yet, but love the selection!!I finally have white rabbit!!! yeah!! once again we were blessed to see some old friends that we havn't seen in over 30 years!! It was so great to see Debbie F again! wow, been a long time for sure!! we all danced our buns off and we also did some pretty fancy "chair dancing" right Georgia??? hey, were good girl!! getting some practice for dancing wheelchairs huh??? Don was great for having us all and his bar is really a fun place to be!! we have some really great pics of the event, will send them to anyone interested. I don't know how to post them on this.I still have tons of fabulous creamstock pics that Ive never posted as well! anyway, just wanted to let eveyone know what a great time it was and will always look forward to the next one!! thanks to everyone that came and made it such fun!! it was great to see each and every one of you!!

  • September 15, 2007

    12:36 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hey Dana, wish we could be there tonight! Tell Don, Dave and others I said Hi!

    Just a note, Kent's (Kent Hewitt) funeral for any bloggers that may have known him is Tuesday, September 18th at the Aspen Mortuary in Lakewood. Phone is 303-232-0985. I understand that he will be buried at Fort Logan since he was a veteran - of the Viet Nam era.

    Kent was going to go to the summer Creamery Stock with me but he got called into work at the mine near Green Mountain at the last minute. It amazes me how what a hard worker he was - especially after his car accident a few years back.

    Donnie met him on chance. Donnie was trimming the shrubs where he lived at 5205 E. Missouri Avenue. Kent stopped in with a bottle of Black Velvet. Looking for a friend - a life time friend!!! And that he became!! Donnie's friend forever! Kent's friend forever!!

    Myself, I knew Kent from first grade. Him and Steve Josephy competed for the cute twin girls in grade school.

    Well, thanks for hearing me out. Just wanted to share.

    Don't be paranoid of the login stuff. Just click the back key in your browser and enter your email.

    Hope to hear from some of you. Life is so bittersweet.

    Mary

  • September 15, 2007

    10:46 AM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    HEY BOLBFEST PEOPLE, WHERE WAS EVERYONE LAST NIGHT AT AUGIES? IT WAS THE BAND, 2 GIRL FRIENDS OF THE BAND AND ME AND GEORGIA. WE 9 STILL HAD A GREAT TIME. HOPE TO SEE ALL OF YOU THERE TONIGHT, DON STARNES THE OWNER HAS ALOT OF FOOD FOR ALL AND THE BAND WOULD LIKE TO PLAY FOR AT LEAST 30. COME ON GET THE CREAMERY SPIRT BACK AND TRY TO STAY UP PAST 9:00. cOME AND PARTY.

    TONIGHT THE PARTY GETS STARTED AT 5:00 , BARBACUE AT 6:00 BAND AT 8:00. AUGIES AT MISSISSIPPI AND CHAMBERS, N/E CORNER. DON'T START SHOWING YOUR AGE, GET THERE AND HAVE SOME FUN.

  • September 15, 2007

    10:46 AM

    Dana & Georgia writes:

    HEY BOLBFEST PEOPLE, WHERE WAS EVERYONE LAST NIGHT AT AUGIES? IT WAS THE BAND, 2 GIRL FRIENDS OF THE BAND AND ME AND GEORGIA. WE 9 STILL HAD A GREAT TIME. HOPE TO SEE ALL OF YOU THERE TONIGHT, DON STARNES THE OWNER HAS ALOT OF FOOD FOR ALL AND THE BAND WOULD LIKE TO PLAY FOR AT LEAST 30. COME ON GET THE CREAMERY SPIRT BACK AND TRY TO STAY UP PAST 9:00. cOME AND PARTY.

    TONIGHT THE PARTY GETS STARTED AT 5:00 , BARBACUE AT 6:00 BAND AT 8:00. AUGIES AT MISSISSIPPI AND CHAMBERS, N/E CORNER. DON'T START SHOWING YOUR AGE, GET THERE AND HAVE SOME FUN.

  • September 13, 2007

    7:09 PM

    Mary writes:

    Sorry, for the typo. Kent died - not Donnie. Guess I was a little mixed up.

  • September 13, 2007

    7:03 PM

    Mary & Donnie Harbert writes:

    Just a note to let you know Donnie and my dear friend Kent Hewitt died suddenly Tuesday. The details are not yet known but were of natural causes. Michelle McKinster, Kent's "cousin-in-law" and Stan's wife emailed us to let us know. Kent was a very good friend of ours and he was like a brother to us both. Kent him and Donnie could write a book for all their adventures. Rodney and Roger and all the people that were close to him, we hope you get this message and attend his burial which is tentatively set for Tuesday at Fort Logan Cemetary. He was in the military as a teen after some escapades.

    He leaves behind two beautiful daughters and many loved ones. He was our best friend and we will miss him.

  • September 12, 2007

    6:38 PM

    karin writes:

    MAN, this is frustrating............I just wrote an entire blog only to have it go away cuz I didn't do my ^%$## email! GRRRRRRRRRRRRR when did that start????????? well, anyway, hope to see everyone at the end of the summer blogfest!! sat the 15 at 5!! BBQ at 6 band at 8..... last chance for us creamstockers to get together this year UNLESS someone has a holiday creamstock party!!!!!!!!!!! hummmm??? hey, it could happen!!!!!!!!!! LYNETTE we have something in common.........DIANE GABRIEL!! call her ok?? she needs to be here, DAVE YOU need to call her too, she listens to you!! she is one of my dearest friends for ALOT of years, we need to get them down here!! they just need to come down and get a room right?? that would work!!!! lets all bombard with calls!! Hey DAVE Dana and Georgia know all about this right? I have not talked to them and it is way important that they be there. well, creamery kids, we will see you all sat night at 5 ok?????????? BE THERE OR BE SQUARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • September 11, 2007

    8:14 PM

    dave peters and sue writes:

    hi all, hope to see everyone at blogfest!
    fri night and sat night this weekend 9-14 and 9-15.. main event is saturday 5 to 12
    5 pm social hour 6pm barbecue 8pm band
    'Wild Blue" from creamstock.
    band plays both nights
    fri band starts 9 to 1
    Augies pub and grill
    northeast corner of mississippi and chambers
    Hope to see you all there.. call a freind.. open to all.. not exclusive to creamery kids.
    Get on the phone and call everyone you know including creamery folks who may not have seen the blog.Krin sent out a lot of emails so we hope to party down!

  • September 10, 2007

    5:19 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Karin-my first husband was a member of the "mug club" at the Tower. He spent alot of time there in 1971-72. I was a little younger, and was still working at A&W across the street. I seem to remember him getting in a fight...maybe in the parking lot. Very macho you know. I am looking forward to seeing you at Augie's. I'm sure that I know you...just can't place the face.
    Tom-thanks for helping to get Susan out here. It won't be long now!
    Susan-I'm counting the days now. I'm so thankful for this blog.
    Diane-if you are still out there, I hope to see you and your husband at Augie's. It was great to see you.
    Everyone else...looking forward to seeing you all at Augie's! I can't wait!

  • September 8, 2007

    3:05 PM

    karin writes:

    sometimes I could really use those brain cells Ive left behind huh????

  • September 8, 2007

    2:48 PM

    karin writes:

    ATTENTION BLOGGERS!!!!! I BLEW IT!! I got my dates wrong for the blogfest party!! Im SO sorry, I was thinking that friday was the 13th and sat was the 14th!! the BIG party and BBQ is on sat the 15th!! come at 5 for happy hr BB at 6 and band at 8!! I will try and resend all the emails today and do the correction!! sorry guys, I just had it in my head wrong!!

  • September 7, 2007

    7:28 PM

    karin writes:

    DOUG!! Mike would love to talk to you, but he is not a typer!! this is what he is telling me to say to you!! he wants to talk and wants to see if you could shoot him a phone number so he can call you??? you dont need to put it on this email us at mheiserman@aol.com ok?? thanks a ton!!! happy friday everyone!! TGIF!!!

  • September 7, 2007

    10:58 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Karin good to see you back on. It must be new I haven't done it before either.

  • September 7, 2007

    10:52 AM

    Karin writes:

    wow, someone mentioned the Leaning Tower bar!! my brother owned that in 69... he would NOT let me come in for a beer until i turned 18! glendale cops were bad then!! when I did hit 18!! WHO-WAH!!! what fun we had there! they had this thing called the "mug club"! you got a silver metal mug with your name engraved on it!! they hung them all on the wall, when you came in they brought you your mugs with a bucket of beer!!!you just dunked your mug in the bucket!! as the evening wore on it got pretty messy in there!! also free peanuts and shells all over the floor!! I also have a funny memory. people would write all over the walls in there, names, dates, poems etc. I have this memory of this poem!! "don't change dicks in the middle of a screw......vote for Nixon in 72" it was written on the wall back in the corner!! lots of fun times in that bar! it was really small too!! you had to get there early on a friday night!! great place to do your "3.2-ing" ALSO!! I sent out emails to everyone that was at CS about the "BLOGFEST" party on the 14th!! it is at a place called Auggies... mississippi and chambers... if I missed you and you need info pls email me ok? mheiserman@aol.com, Ill make sure you get all the scoop! it starts at 5 a BBQ at 6 and our great CS band "wild blue" will play starting at 8!! it will be our last party of 07 so try and make this one!!! a GRRRREAT way to end our summer! hope to see eveyone there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • September 7, 2007

    10:32 AM

    karin writes:

    Im having trouble posting!! anyone else?? it says you have to do email address etc. is this new??

  • September 5, 2007

    8:45 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, Billy Van Huesen was a pretty good punter.. OL Mike Current #74 was a neighbor of a friend of mine.. we went to a few Rockets games at the coliseum too. I still have a 1973 team picture!
    The Bronco's fans are still loyal, but aren't as intense at Invesco as they were at the old mile high. The old South Stands were insane!

  • September 5, 2007

    8:10 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    Margaret Haye....Yes that was the one and only Jeanne Jordan. She has posted only one time june 3rd and that was all. We met at Merrill,,,had a few classes together.
    when she went to
    south h.s. we coincidentally stayed in contact via Sandy Katz. Haven't seen each other since we were around seventeen. From what I remember,,,she was one of those Quiet Rebels.
    Very nice person for sure.

    Lynette Miller south73,,

    I talked to Susan recently and she is just as excited for coming to see you and all of her friends,,,so much to do and so little time, but I know the excitement will give her the energy to give it a good try.

  • September 5, 2007

    9:16 AM

    Steve Nash78 writes:

    The old AFL Broncos more name dropers - Steve Tensi QB, Al Denson WR, Fran Lynch RB, Marlin Briscoe QB, Jon Keyworth RB, Pete Lisk QB, Charles Greer DB...Bobby Howfield K, Billy Van Huesen P/WR, The Chiefs and Raiders used to stomp on them every time they played. My Dad used to get tickets a lot back them to take business clients but he used to get to take me to at least two or three games. I got to go to the first Monday night game they played against the Raiders. That was a lot of fun. The Bronco fans Rock compared to these fair weathered fans in Dallas. We got to go a bunch of the ABA Denver Rockets games at the Coliseum and Auditorium. That was a lot of fun too. Byron Beck, Julius Keyes, Larry Jones, Spencer Haywood, Larry Brown, Ralph Simpson. Lots of fun memories. I remember Don Rice(GW 76) was a ball boy for them in Jr. High School. He lived near Cook Park and played for GW and then for Utah in college he was a great basketball player and a really nice guy.
    My grandfather took us to a couple of Air Force games and they were a lot of fun & I bet they still are. It was always the game that was the most fun when I went to CSU. The cadets even tried to steal CAM the Ram one year all in good fun of course. They always partied with us afterwards too.

  • September 4, 2007

    9:07 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hey Steve & Nancy, I skated once in a while at Alpine, my friend Troy Massier used to skate there for hockey practice too.
    Larry ,we used to go to Bears games back in the late 60's with Scouts, we used to go to Air Force football games too.
    My Cousins the Haverleys used to live where what is now the DU Library in the early-mid 60's we used to play hide and seek in the football stadium. and used to go to Broncos' games a before the expansion in '76. when it was still called Bears Stadium.. Lou Sabian days, with Charlie Johnson QB, Floyd Little, Bobby Anderson, Billy Thompson, Haven Moses etc, back when they weren't very good. Coach John Ralston came on, got the team better then handed the team to Red Miller that became the Orange Crush! of course we all know what happended from then on. just the best team in the AFC over the past 30 yrs.
    Hey, 30 yrs since Orange Crush! I hadn't thought about it.... GO BRONCOS!

  • September 4, 2007

    8:19 PM

    Dana Miller writes:

    Wow! For all of you who grew up in this neighborhood, come back and visit!
    Krisana Park, between Florida and Louisiana, Dahlia and Filbert!

    2007 KRISANA PARK MODERN GREEN HOME TOUR AND PARADE

    TO BENEFIT ELLIS ELEMENTARYS RECYCLING EFFORTS AND ARTS PROGRAM


    Mid-Century Modern Krisana Park Has Chosen an Environmental GREEN Theme for the September 16, 2007
    Home Tour and Will Celebrate with a PARADE Featuring a Guinness World Book Record-Holding Moonwalker, Recycle Bin Brigades, and a Chance to Win a Novawheels Electric Bike


    Denver, CO July, 2007 - The Denver neighborhood of Krisana Park is teaming up with Ellis Elementary School students and staff to host an eco-friendly home tour and parade on Sunday, September 16 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. The parade will start at 2:00 p.m. and circle throughout the neighborhood. Proceeds from the event will benefit the arts program and the student councils recycling program at the school. Ellis Elementary is a vibrant multi-cultural K-5 school bordering the Southeast Denver neighborhood in the heart of Virginia Village.

    We at Ellis are proud to be part of the Krisana Park community and are thrilled to be included in the Home Tour again this year, says Ellis Principal Khoa Nguyen. Last year, the proceeds Ellis received from the 2006 Home Tour went to our visual arts, dance, and music department. This year, the proceeds will be shared between the arts department and our new school-wide recycling program. An oceanful of thanks to our neighbors in Krisana Park.

    A recent survey in Krisana Park revealed residents concern for the environment. Many recycle, use Energy Star appliances, have received rebates for the installation of front-loading washing machines and/or low flow toilets, compost, have low-flow shower heads, use non-toxic cleaning materials and have replaced light bulbs with compact fluorescent alternatives. Others xeriscape, use reusable shopping bags, drive fuel-efficient cars, take shorter showers and have programmable thermostats.

    There will be environmental informational tables throughout the neighborhood during the Home Tour. Partners include Greenprint Denver, Denver Urban Gardens, Adobe Solar, Earth Force, EarthConcept, the ReDirect Guide, Go Tankless of Colorado, Denver Recycles and more.

    Check-in for the Home Tour will be at 1404 S. Eudora. Krisana Park is located in Southeast Denvers Virginia Village district and is bordered by S.Dahlia, S. Filbert, E. Louisiana and E. Florida Streets.

    In keeping with the sustainability theme, folks are encouraged to come by bicycle, light rail or bus. And with thoughtful consideration and cooperation of all attendees, the 2007 Krisana Park Green Home Tour and Parade will be a Zero Waste event. Our hope is to reduce, reuse, recycle, and compost all waste generated during this event. Folks are encouraged to bring their own water containers and to use the landfill and recycle bins in the neighborhood properly.

    Tickets for the 2007 Krisana Park GREEN Home Tour and Parade may be purchased online at www.krisanapark.com starting August 10. Tickets are $10 ahead of time and $12 the day of the event. Children under 12 are free and must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets can also be purchased by check at Ellis Elementary. If you do drive, parking will be available at Ellis Elementary at 1651 S. Dahlia. For more information about the home tour and event activities, contact Dana Miller at 303-300-3547.

  • September 4, 2007

    6:33 PM

    Larry Pote '75 writes:

    Bronco memories....got a bunch of them! My brother Randy and I had season tickets when we were kids in the South Stands. We went with one of Randy's friends, Bobby Dunlap and his family. We were about 20 rows up and right behind the field goals. Randy was a lunatic and used to DIVE for the extra points and field goals before they put up nets. He got about a half a dozen AFL balls! We also would hang out by the tunnels and beg, and sometimes get, chinstraps from the Bronco players. We finally gave up our tickets when we could no longer qualify for kids prices. Did anyone else ever go to the old DU stadium for pre- season games?

    How about Denver Bears games? We had Bear Cubs badges which were $5 for a season pass for us kids. When we got older we would work at the stadium while they were building the upper deck on the West side selling sodas. The trays were frickin' heavy for me and the sodas would spill all over the place and I was a sticky mess by the end of the games! I didn't do that for too long...

  • September 4, 2007

    3:03 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Hi Nancy I hope you're feeling better. You asked about ice skating at Alpine - I only knew two or three guys that played hockey there. Craig Howerton, Mike Matson and Jordon ???? We did used to come up there to skate for fun though but not all the time.

    Is Belize still going to get blasted by the hurricane?

  • September 4, 2007

    8:27 AM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha kakahiaka all Hows it going? Has anybody heard from Bill and Adranie? I don't know what it's like down there after a hurricane, as far as water, ice battery's.On the mainland you have the guard delivering all you need.Bill if you need anything let us know will get care package together.Finally finished my website check it out www.hydrogardenshop.com.I hope everyone had a safe weekend,have a good one.Later beth

  • September 4, 2007

    8:04 AM

    Mary writes:

    Remember "Sister Mins?" Or was it Mr. Sims.

  • September 4, 2007

    7:35 AM

    FAA "70" ANTON writes:

    Mary- Yes John is also greek and a preist in the greek orthdox church in Casper Wym. You know he really likes it there in wym.
    He also is a coucelor for substance abuse for the state on Wym. Funny how times do change, between John, Jim A, Brian D.
    and myself i believe we spent more time at the tower than anywhere else. George who ran the Leaning tower once said the greeks spent so much time there that we made his monthly rent for him and now one is a counselor and another cousin a chaplin in the Navy. I wolud have never believed it could happen.

  • September 3, 2007

    9:31 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    probly cuz you smelled like fish.

  • September 3, 2007

    5:50 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    The article was about the "old" Broncos. Back when we were young! I remember getting in to the Broncos and watching with my dad. I remember Craig Morton running soooo slowly. Now he has had about 3 knee replacements. I have great memories of the Orange Crush! When I was at Arapahoe High, I went to France for a 2 week exchange program and got in an arguement on the Metro with some Dallas fans!! I have been a Bronco fan forever!! Does anyone have any old Mile High memories (and I don't mean on an airplane...) I had a date with a guy figure skater (WHAT was I thinking?) and all I can remember about going to that Bronco game was that this guy kissed like a fish.....LOL!!

  • September 3, 2007

    5:44 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hope everyone has had a good weekend! I caught a video on msn.com about Hurricane Felix headed towards Belize. Time for another hurricane party Bill. Hang tough. We will all be thinking about you!! My cortisone shot was a breeze-was out like a light with the Versaid! My back is a little better, at least tolerable! Did you guys all read about the ailing Broncos in the Post yesterday? I can relate...Have a great week everyone and see you at Blogfest!

  • September 3, 2007

    2:41 PM

    Mary writes:

    Yep that's the John. Nice guy. Is he a Priest for the Greek Orthodox Church, or a minister. He was Greek also right?

  • September 3, 2007

    7:19 AM

    FAA "70" Anton writes:

    To Mary J: Is the John your were taking about possible be John Cusulos. If so John is now a priest in Casper Wym. He also has an older brother Steve and younger brother Larry.
    If this the right John you know Jim Arapkiles and myself hung around together a lot with John.

  • August 31, 2007

    10:03 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve,I think we may have had Wathan's class, I kind of remember him getting upset with a student and wrestling him to the ground. remember making those model homes out of the thin green foam, very Architech like, we had to lay them out with all of the rooms, hallways etc. kind of cool.
    You're right, Jim Mathison was a great guitar player, I remember him having a Red Gibson ES. .. Ms McNally, wasn't there a thing between her and Paul Coren ??

  • August 31, 2007

    8:17 AM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Hi Ron and Nancy: Sorry about your back Nancy. Teachers at Place - I of course had Pegues and Toland. Mr. Toland was Robert Neugebauer's uncle. The last time I saw him was at Robert's funeral with Charlie Thomas the shop teacher. In high school they would come watch our lacrosse games once in a while. Mr. Pegues wasn't my favorite he used to snap everyone with wet towels after they made us take showers. On the otherhand, I wasn't Mr. Toland's favorite in Jr. High due to my now admittedly poor sportmanship especially in night basketball. I had Ms. Stephens, Mr. Walthan (goofy looking guy but a ex college wrestler who tied a kid in our class into a knot for taking a swing at him), Ms. Ritcher was my favorite 8th grade math but she was let go mid semester and ended up teaching at Merrill for years with the Braun's mom. I had Mr. Vance for science, Ms. Cantrell for Art and Mrs. Peterson for 7th grade math (she was mean) also Mr. Schwartz for 9th grade math and of course Ms. McNally for Spanish.
    I remember Alan Mudget he and Shirley Whitmore went out for years. At Place, I think I remember him hanging around Jeff Pyatt and Ed Ginsburg too. Jim Matheson I knew from skyline as much as Ash Grove but I remember going up to Boulder and watching him and his band play at a party. He was an excellent guitar player.

  • August 31, 2007

    7:35 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Hi everyone,

    Nancy - sorry to hear about your back. Take the drugs and hope all goes well. Will you be able to make Augie's? Sure wouldn't be the same without you. Keep us posted. I agree - where is Bill and Adrianne?

    Hi Ron - hope all is well with you.

    Karin - received the emails - thank you very much. Are you and Mike heading for the hills this weekend? Don't forget the turtle, water and wear knee pads!!!

    Have a safe and happy weekend all.

  • August 31, 2007

    7:19 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Hi everyone,

    Nancy - sorry to hear about your back. Take the drugs and hope all goes well. Will you be able to make Augie's? Sure wouldn't be the same without you. Keep us posted. I agree - where is Bill and Adrianne?

    Hi Ron - hope all is well with you.

    Karin - received the emails - thank you very much. Are you and Mike heading for the hills this weekend? Don't forget the turtle, water and wear knee pads!!!

    Have a safe and happy weekend all.

  • August 31, 2007

    6:47 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Hi everyone,

    Nancy - sorry to hear about your back. Take the drugs and hope all goes well. Will you be able to make Augie's? Sure wouldn't be the same without you. Keep us posted. I agree - where is Bill and Adrianne?

    Hi Ron - hope all is well with you.

    Karin - received the emails - thank you very much. Are you and Mike heading for the hills this weekend? Don't forget the turtle, water and wear knee pads!!!

    Have a safe and happy weekend all.

  • August 31, 2007

    6:43 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi everyone,

    Nancy - sorry to hear about your back. Take the drugs and hope all goes well. Will you be able to make Augie's? Sure wouldn't be the same without you. Keep us posted.

    Hi Ron - hope all is well with you.

    Karin - received the emails - thank you very much. Are you and Mike heading for the hills this weekend?

    Have a safe and happy weekend all.

  • August 30, 2007

    5:33 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    HI Nancy, Sorry to hear you back is still causing you a lot of pain, hope the epidural works.
    I remember seeing Eric Behrendsen ('77) back in the '90's at the Prolab he was a customer of mine.
    Place Teachers, I remember Mr Wathen, Mr Fritz, Ms Ashby, Mr Terry, Coach Pegues and Coach Toland, I remember hearing about Coach Toland passing away a while back, I want to say 7-10 years ago.
    Coach Pegues's Son Sam was at Ash Grove with us, good athlete!
    Looking at the picture's in the Place YB, here's another name for ya'
    Alan Mudget, My Brother Jim was friends w/ Alan. he passed away in the late '80's. I want to say '88 or 89, another was Jim Mathesen, also deceased, also was a friend of my Brother's

  • August 30, 2007

    3:52 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi everyone, all is pretty quiet on the blog! Jeff, I only really remember Mr. Anderson's algebra class. That was the one where Burr Behrendsen (sp?) kicked me and broke my finger. I don't even remember why!! Anyway, I did look in my yearbook and Mr. Newlon signed my book in '76, so I guess I had him in 9th grade, Mr. Anderson in 8th and who knows who I had for math in 7th. I remember O'Donnells classes and I loved Mr. Terry. I had Mr. Webb for Semantics, I loved him too! I also had Shioya for French. Cantrell for Textile Art, Mrs. Stephens for English-I remember David Brand sat behind me. I wonder how many of these teachers are still around! JOY-I am sorry I haven't emailed you!! I will look for your email on the blog and get to it. This back injury has still got me down. I am going for the cortisone epidural tomorrow. I have to try something!! At least they put you out for it! Yeah for Versaid!! Anyway, HI Karin! Haven't seen you on the blog lately. I think I still have my address book from when I was in Junior High. I bet I could look at all my buddies old numbers and recognize them! I am planning on Blogfest!!!
    Ron, your test came through, but nothing else. I have issues with my mac sometimes. I get the spinning beach ball and then I never know if it is going to post.
    Where are ya Bill??? My laptop is freaking, gotta go!!

  • August 29, 2007

    6:02 PM

    karin writes:

    isn't it funny how we all remember our phone numbers from the old hood??? actually, I STILL have mine!! when my Mom passed in o5 I went to cancel her phone service and sat there and just thought about how long that phone number had been in exsistence, since 1956 or 57...........I just could NOT do it. I asked if I could have it on my cell phone, they were great about it and my cell number is my old 756 -5436!! I just love that!!!I can remember alot of the old friends numbers too, scott and Janie Matthews was 756-1689!! called it a million times!!! I hope everyone is planning to come to the big BLOGFEST at auggies!! it could be our last get together until next year!! please try and get there, you will not regret it!! creamstock was more amazing than i ever thought it could be!! lets see a great summer out with a big turnout at the BLOGFEST ok??? Ill be sending out some emails to all of you that gave us your info!! put it on the calendar ok??? cant beat it!! a BBQ and a great band?? what more can you ask for????? see ya all there!!!!

  • August 29, 2007

    7:53 AM

    Jeff Karr '79 writes:

    Nancy Blackwell, I remember you, in fact I think we were in the same algebra class. I don't remeber the teachers name. I also remember a Susan Blackwell. Lynda Marko I can't say I remeber you to well but I do remember the Jordan's trampoline. Steve Worsham at one point (the last time I saw him) was the manager of the bar/resturant in front of Kmart on Monaco. Maybe the name was Sharks I don't know how long it lasted. Steve Worsham and I were pretty good friend at McMeen.

  • August 29, 2007

    7:29 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Mack Jordan I just thought I would let you know your Dad had an impact on me both at Merrill and at my stay in Juvenile Hall. Defiantly a good man.

  • August 28, 2007

    8:42 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Thanks to anyone/everyone who helped me hook up with Diane Gabriel again. It was good to see her after all these years. Also, thanks to those that helped get Susan Howard on the blog. She's coming out for Augie's Fest and I can't wait to see her. Look forward to seeing everyone at Augie's!

  • August 28, 2007

    6:54 PM

    nancy blackwell-grieder '79 writes:

    Hey Everyone! This has been fun to read. I have been too busy to even read anything for a few days until now! Welcome Jeff! You probably don't remember me, but I am looking at my 1976 Place yearbook and I do remember you! I didn't see your picture in any of the other yearbooks. I went to Ellis, then Place, then moved to Arapahoe High School. I saw a few '79ers the other night, it was so fun! I also got to see Traci Lambert in May. It is amazing how we can all still recognize each other! Hi Lynda, it is nice to have you on the blog! Who do all you new '78 and '79ers keep in touch with? Rhonda Cockrell and I have been friends since we met on the playground at Ellis by the kindergarten classes. I think we met when I was 4. I was one of those kids who had an October birthday and I was always the youngest in the class. It sucked in HS when everyone was driving before me and at CU when everyone was legal to go to 3.2 joints and I wasn't!!
    Ron, I think it was you who brought this up, I remember those hard candies that looked like hockey pucks wrapped in foil. I think those were all homemade. I remember kids selling them on the grounds of Ellis. Someone also brought up field day! What funny memories I have of that, did we actually do 3 legged races?? I probably have a ribbon somewhere in my pile of memory boxes-although I am not sure I would've ever gotten a first place. I was, and am, kind of a klutz! (I think most figure skaters would admit they were klutzs off the ice). Jeff and Steve, did you guys ever hang out at Alpine.?? Someone was talking about that earlier, but I can't remember who responded. (If I try to go back and read the blog right now, I get the spinning beach ball and I won't be able to finish my entry. Hi Thor!!
    Have a nice night everyone, thanks for the new memories and keep on bloggin' !!

  • August 28, 2007

    2:55 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Mack Jordon just curious the Fortners always had beautiful German Shepards too any relation to any of your dogs? I also remembered those Dobies of Ruthann after you mentioned it.

    Lynda ask your sis Barb to ask J. Haller what's up with Bill Alexander. I know they went skiing together right around New Years. Last I heard Tom was still teaching and coaching in Castlerock. Also I didn't mean it was a surprise that John is a pilot, he always wanted to be one. I just meant it's strange that he and Larry C. fly for the same airline. Didn't the Drose's live next to Jenny? I remember Debbie's class 77 had a party there right around graduation there and the police came with dogs and full body riot wear. I just left but several people got arrested.

  • August 28, 2007

    9:15 AM

    Lynda (Marko) '79 writes:

    What a better way to spend an early morning with the best cup of Chai, reading these blogs!!! wow, all these new names that keep popping up. Jenny Jordan lived down the block from me and we used to play and jump on her trampoline. the good ole' days for sure. Jeff Karr, I remember you though I doubt you would remember me. I never knew you were Scott Davis' little brother!! what a trip~!
    Ron N- No Deb is not cutting hair anymore, she's has some health/neck problems that keep her away from cutting hair. doing ok though. I'll say hi to her.
    Steve N- It doesn't surprise me John is a pilot, we would have so much fun going up in a small plane and flying around as he was getting his 'flight hours' in, and I wasn't sitting in my Criminology class down at Metro State.
    I don't know how many times I ditched that class to go fly with John, and I still aced the final exam!! The teacher was clueless. the Alexander's bring back all the best memories in my mind, I loved that family and hope they are all doing great. If you talk to any of them, please say Hello for me. Do you know what Bill is up to?? I'm very surprised their names haven't been mentioned earlier in this., I didn't know Larry C. or Steve Worsham were pilots, that's cool.
    well, my time is up, it's been fun.
    I'm outta here for a week, have a great one you all!!

  • August 27, 2007

    1:56 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Jeff, we lived at 1689 So Kearney, we used to ride our bikes up Kearney north of Florida through those Alleys that Steve and others have mentioned. and of course around McMeen/ Lollipop lake, we would ride down the hills that were eventually filled in were the Cherry Creek Bridal Path sign was.
    My Dad remembers that old sign even when he was going to East HS in the early-mid '40's.

  • August 27, 2007

    1:50 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, they haven't done that in our old neighborhood yet, but all around Wash Park and DU going south towards Hampden and also old south Gaylord and south Pearl area's.
    The house my parents lived when I was born at 2553 S Clayton was a tiny house, on either side are $1.3m homes.

  • August 27, 2007

    1:32 PM

    Steve (it'sstill hot in Texas) Nash 78 writes:

    To any of you still out there that still live in the neighborhood.... have they started doing teardowns or I think they call them scrapes or something that in Denver? I saw a bunch over by Wash Park last time I was there. It would be kind of a shame for all the houses to get bulldozed and replaced with $800, 000 dollar plus houses. Can't say I ever watched the show But as McDonald Carey would say "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. ..." or at least were a long time ago.

  • August 27, 2007

    12:35 PM

    Jeff Karr '79 writes:

    I went to Mcmeen and Place Jr. High. Mr. Houser was a great man. Mr. Welch I tried to drive him over the edge. I was madly in love with Kelly Cox in 5th and 6th grade. How about Sherri Abayda (sp) at McMeen she was the tops. Many names are spewing out of my head in the last 48 hours. Steve your sister in Laurel MD which sister was that younger or older. I remember the one closest to us was one of the best looking girls in that day. She probably still is. I have taken my children back to Kearney street and showed them how and where I grew up. That was really fun. I guess I could go on and on. Jkarr6@verizon.net is my e-mail. Jay Palunsky man I ran with him for some time. I also ran into him when before I moved east. The guy that said he grew up on Kearney and the alley I was 5 house from that spot. Jenny Jordan Married a muscle head from CU.

  • August 27, 2007

    9:54 AM

    Gayle (aka Jeff's big sister) Davis 70 writes:

    Now that my brother Jeff has been on here, I feel older than I already did. I just think of all these guys as little terrors. When I read Mary asking him if he was "Little Jeff" my water came spewing out my nose. He hasn't been little for so long! With him and those 4 boys, his wife Judy really has a sense of humor!
    I still remember our phone # from the old hood - 757-2521. I have had other numbers more recent and for a longer time but can't remember them.
    White Sands keeps coming up. That was the place to be during the summer. It was so much fun. We used baby oil for that dark tan. Something that is unheard of now. I still love the way it smells.
    This blog has brought back so many memories, some of the best and some of the saddest (those who are gone). Thanks to those who keep sharing!

  • August 27, 2007

    9:25 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Jeff Karr, did you go to Ash Grove? Place?
    I need to get my yearbook out and see if I remember you.
    I moved away after 7th grade, summer '74, but came back in 1980

  • August 27, 2007

    9:18 AM

    Ron (my home computer is horked up) Naeve '79 writes:

    Lynda Marko, it's nice to hear from you! Oregon is great, I love Portland and the coast.
    if you get out here, we need to hook up
    Say hello to Debbie for me.

  • August 27, 2007

    9:14 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone, I had problems trying to blog from home over the weekend, I would get a pop up saying that my entry is being held for approval ?? I ran a scan on my computer last night.

    Steve, You didn't offend me with that, I was just curious about your awesome memory.thanks for the compliment too!
    Jenny Jordan, I had a crush on her in 6th grade!
    I didn't know your friends the Dicks. we moved to the house on Kearney and Mexico in '68, before that we lived in Tim Murphy's house on Locust for about 8 months, we rented it from them while they were in CA. before that 2 yrs in NY and before that we were on Millwaukee and Iowa.
    That Record store was Underground Records over on South Pearl, they changed their name to Twist & Shout and are still around, they have moved a couple of time, Alameda and now on Colfax.
    When they were undergound on Pearl, they used to have a ton of cats, you would need to pick them up and move them to get to the records..

  • August 27, 2007

    9:09 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    Dave P. thanks for the info on blogfest I'm planning on being there saturday for sure and hopefully friday. that all depends on how fast I can get out of Albuquerque it's about a 5 & 1/2 hour drive. After seeing all the pictures of creamerystock I'm really sorry I couldn't make it. , It would sure be great if there was a huge turnout for BLOGFEST ,
    new and old bloggers all come.
    Everybody has weird little memories, the one I have of you is I came home from school or work(1966 or 67) the house was empty except for the sound of someone shooting pool in the basement of course it turned to be you, It appears that brother Jack had left sometime earlier to go to the creamery or pick up his girlfriend and had left you there. There were a lot of times there would be people shooting pool that I had no idea who they were. This of course was true of the neignborhood , just about every house with kids had a swinging front door, by the way I still have that pool table. As much as I hate to say I agree with Hillary Clinton I think that she's right that it sometimes takes a village to raise a child, Virginia Village sure proved that,
    Margie, Like many that is what I remember you being called. I think the last time I remember seeing you , you were about 13 or 14 . We did see Ruth and Walt at your parents cabin many years ago; Ruth was breeding Dobies at that time . You may not remember but your parents and mine bred Kalif to my female river and thats how my folks ended up with schultz, A lot of people probably remember River as I would walk her up the creamery off leash and she would sit by the post out front while I was inside that lasted until Lee Baer said no more that she was scaring off customers . I still have German Sheperds a male and 2 females great dogs . Glad to see you on the Blog.
    Baring the sinking of the sailing club marina or the dam breaking, I hope to meet and remeet lots of creamery people in a couple of weeks
    May everyone safe and pleasant week.

  • August 27, 2007

    9:04 AM

    Steve (i remember way too much) Nash 78 writes:

    I don't know why I thought you went to UNC I guess because DJ went there but I knew I had heard from someone that you did quite well in college. I forgot Dan joined the military (marines) right out of High School I think. No offense but I think Jenny was looking for someone more with a 6th Ave. Parkway address or Denver Country Club. She was way into that by the time we were seeing each other but still very nice. Don't know if it's true but I think I heard she married a writer who she met at CU. Check this website out and look at the coaches and names -http://jenkstrojanfootball.com/coaches.html. Didn't one of your sisters go by a different first name than her given name I keep thinking that for some reason. I remember my cousin was friends with her until she moved to Texas. The sister closest to Scott's age must've graduated in 1975. I have three older sisters Lynn & Chris still live in Colo. and Lori lives in Laurel, MD. I remember your Mom and Mr. Roberts getting into pretty good a couple of times. I can still remember names and faces of the teams we played on and God only knows why even some of the plays. Wow you live in Lacrosse MECCA I would love to watch the caliber of Lacrosse you have around you. I played in high school and wished I would've started playing much earlier it's my favorite of all the sports I played and is a great game to watch. I guess you played baseball at Creek with Craig Howerton too but I heard he was involved in a incident with missing equipt. or something like that and got kicked off the team. Any recollection? He was an amazing athlete but his dad put way too much pressure on him. He played for the Eagles. He almost won every single blue ribbon on field day one year at Ash Grove. We had some hellacious block football games over on Leyden eh? Do you remember having to go play the Cowboys out by the slaughter house? or the Pirates over on 26th and Holly or when we played North in Oredigger's and they had guys on their team driving and with kids. I was never much into playing baseball but it was a lot fun watching you guys play Pony league for Mr. West. I remember that pitcher Barry ??? he could pitch fast and wasn't there a kid named Brian Butterfield and of course Jay Polonsky. He was my roomate in the dorms at CSU. He quit after our first year and we've only talked once since. He was working for Eddie Arnold Construction building Condo/townhomes over by Ellis. Okay I will stop MEMORY OVERLOAD MEMORY OVERLOAD.

  • August 27, 2007

    7:10 AM

    Jeff Karr '79 writes:

    Steve I'll tell you what those were some wild days. I do remember the west, DJ and I were friends for some time, Dan Higgins and I were friends for some time also. As a matter of fact I went to Texas to play Baseball in Jr, College and then to Eastern Washington in Spokane to finish. I signed with the New York Mets and we played in Ashville NC Danny Higgins was stationed there. I contacted him he said he was going to come to our game but I never saw him. The fort in Brady's back yard, now that was fun. The wildcats, the ordiggers, what great memories. Jenny Jordan, I always thought I would Marry that girl. I went to Cherry Creek, My mom paniced when I said I wanted to Manual with Jenny Jordan, up went the house for sale and I ended up at Creek. When I was with New York in the minors I meet a girl in lynchburg Va, long story short, we married and we moved to Annapolis to be with her sister (at the time her sister had cancer) we stayed. Her father is a retired doc and lives on the Chesapeake Bay. All 4 of my boys play football, I coach high school football and baseball. I teach at a catholic school were my boys go. My oldest is playing for me this year. Needless to say its fun. My wife isn't into as much as we are but she is learning to love it. How about your family, didn't you have a couple of sisters? The names you drop now that is impressive. Hearing them brings back some great times. Thanks for the post Steve, How is Texas, your wife and kids. Jeff Karr

  • August 26, 2007

    10:58 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Well I'll be Jeff Karr. Brady Robbins is who you were thinking of he and his wife are Vets (DVM) in Oklahoma. His son was the leading tackler on the state champs last year and is going to Princeton this year. Didn't you graduate from Greeley? I heard you did well on their baseball team. Kudos for sticking with it. I remember when you threw that screwdriver at your brother not that he didn't deserve it. Remeber DJ West and his brother Rick? Toughest kid I ever played any sport against. Those damn Pioneers used to whip our butts in both baseball and football every year. How about when you, Brady and me went to go play for Mr. Roberts at the Wildcats after playing for the Trojans all those years and at first we would fight kids on our own team after practice. Going to the Denver Bears games. Didn't you go to Creek for HS? Yep I went out with Jenny not long after you, I remembe her Dad really liked you. She was definitely a looker. Do your sons all play baseball or football? My son plays soccer. Did you stay in touch with Dan Higgins I remember you were friend when we played Orediggers. Many people have mentioned mentioned Oldfield your bro Scott was good friends with Tom right? The other coach Don McManis not my favorite coach and not the most sober one either. I remember Vincent White played for East the Knights if my memory serves me and they beat us something like 77-7. He returned kicks, punts and several long runs on us for TDs. Only guy I can ever recall where I had at least a 10 yard angle on and he was way gone by the time I got there. He played for Mullen and then Stanford. Kevin Scofield used to play against him in a flag football league and said he was still really fast and really good. Last I heard Worsham was a pilot. Chris Weiler, Brady and I almost got into a fight with a couple of those Jessie boys when the rec center at cook park was being built but Keith Obrian came along talked us out of it. Do you remember the fort behind the Robbins house? We had some crazy times sleeping out there. How did you end up in Annapolis?

  • August 26, 2007

    6:57 PM

    Mary writes:

    Don't say that! You were just a kid! I remember you very well! Allowed to hang around - not!! Teri and Gayle ran the house because your mom worked so hard to take care of all of you. Not to say anymore, but email me at cherrycreekcondo@comcast.net. I would love to hear from you. You were the baby of the "Davis" family.

  • August 26, 2007

    6:34 PM

    Jeff Karr '79 writes:

    Yes this is little Jeff, I was the kid you couldn't get rid of. Or you probably wasn't allowed to hang around with

  • August 26, 2007

    6:23 PM

    Mary writes:

    You are little Jeff? You were like 3 or 4 if I recall. Now I remember you had a different last name. Your sis Gayle and I e-talked recently. Get my email from her and let me know how you are doing? I remember your mom was a school teacher with six kids. She was an amazing mother in my opinion.

  • August 26, 2007

    6:01 PM

    Jeff Karr '79 writes:

    Yes I know them very well they are my sisters and brother. We lived there for a long time. The names that keep coming up sure do bring back memories. Scott and I were at the creamery everyday because we had to get my sisters stuff from the pigly wigly.

  • August 26, 2007

    5:08 PM

    Mary writes:

    Jeff, welcome aboard. A lot of the first bloggers have cut back, but it's fun to see new people. Are you talking about the Jessie family - single mom with many little ones? My best friend in Junior High, lived on Kearney. Teri Davis. Remember her? Her sister Gayle and I have gotten in touch. They had a younger brother, Scott Davis.

    Did any of you know Bryan Gupton. He also lived on Minnesota Drive. Gotta go fix dinner, but keep blogging. It just keeps going and new people keep coming on.

  • August 26, 2007

    4:39 PM

    Jeff Karr writes:

    Steve Nash, Jeff Karr, wow what a name from the past. I just spent the last hour reading through all these post. I don't know where to start. I also read some post about the jessie's house on minnasota dr. I lived on kearney, three houses from them. The names and all the deaths, I remember the big dog, your sisters, the kid across the street from your house maybe the Brady's. I saw the Jenny Jordan post, we dated for some time back then. I going to the yearbook to freshen up on the names. I live in Annapolis Maryland, I have been blessed with four boys 16,13,12 and 9. please reply

  • August 26, 2007

    4:37 PM

    Jeff Karr writes:

    Steve Nash, Jeff Karr, wow what a name from the past. I just spent the last hour reading through all these post. I don't know where to start. I also read some post about the jessie's house on minnasota dr. I lived on kearney, three houses from them. The names and all the deaths, I remember the big dog, your sisters, the kid across the street from your house maybe the Brady's. I saw the Jenny Jordan post, we dated for some time back then. I going to the yearbook to freshen up on the names. I live in Annapolis Maryland, I have been blessed with four boys 16,13,12 and 9. please reply

  • August 26, 2007

    4:28 PM

    MJ writes:

    Steve, yep, dad said it was pretty short! Funny!

    Margaret Hay, I think I remember you. Class of 1971? You were if I recall, petite, blondish and cute girl. Do you remember me, Mary Johnson? The good and the bad and the ugly? Went to Merrill and GW.

    A John Casulus took me to see Romeo and Juliet. Any relation to your friend Steve? I couldn't wear very high heels. He was a bit on the shorter side but cute and well built.

  • August 26, 2007

    1:39 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Hi Lynda wow great to hear from you it been along time 20 years I believe. Glad to hear to are happy and in a cooler environment although I don't think I could handle that much rain either. Weather wise San Diego was my paradise but as I have grown older I have come to miss the seasons more and more. John H. told me you were divorced and remarried. I am also divorced and have spent the past 13 years raising my son who starts his last year of high school tomorrow. Can you believe that both John Alexander and Larry Cusulos are pilots for Frontier? Small world eh? Tell Debbie I said hello. Is she still cutting hair? The temp in my back yard is 103.7 right now but until the last three weeks it's been a very nice summer here. Stay dry.

    Margaret Hay, Lynn and Kerry both live in Steamboat although they don't pal around with the same crowd. I don't know about Kerry but I do know Lynn was kinda mean to one of the Simpson girls who lived two houses down from us. Your dog's name came to me too Kalif.

    Ron N. I hope I didn't offend U because that wasn't my intention. I just have never thought about my memory in those terms before. Your musical memory is beyond belief you should've went to work for Rolling Stone you could've been reporter, photograher and a DJ on the side.

    MJ - Joe cut my hair until I was 9 or 10 after that I had to be forced to get my hair cut and certainly not by him because he only did flat tops or burrs w/ clippers. My Dad made me go get it cut in 6th or 7th grade there and he page boyed me and I hid in my closet and wouldn't speak to my Dad for days. I used to go somewhere over by DU by (here is another one) Peaches Records. Pretty amazing old Joe is still cutting hair at 79.

    Well it's cooled down to 101.7 so I better go out and get my yardwork done while it's cooled down (LOL).

  • August 25, 2007

    5:28 PM

    Margaret Hay (Looney) writes:

    Tom Armstrong-- I was going over the blogs from two or three months ago and saw youg talk about Jeanne Jordan, did she go to South and graduate in 71? I paled around with a Jeanne Jordan while at Merrill and lost track of her --is this one and the same?

    Mary J- I went to Ashgrove, Merrill and GW

  • August 25, 2007

    4:35 PM

    Lynda (Marko) '79 writes:

    Hello Steve Nash,! This is all such fun to read up on everyone's past and their memories. sure brings back some good times. I remember seeing you the few times I lived in Houston. that seems lifetimes ago! new marriage, 2 kids later. life is good in Oregon. not as hot as Texas. whew! I remember those summers all too well.
    and Hello to Debbie Grasmick, I saw your blog hundreds of blogs back, how are you? where are you?
    A big hello to all those familiar names I've passed through reading all these fun blogs!
    Ron Naeve, hello!! and tell Sherri hi for me.
    Hope Shauna is doing OK.
    Ciao.

  • August 25, 2007

    4:21 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    Hey Beth....We were flying down the road at about 90 and weren't stopping for anything but gas and pee stops! I didn't remember that you were along the route anyway. If I ever have to make it back that way i will surely look you up!

  • August 25, 2007

    3:47 PM

    Mary f/k/a Johnson writes:

    Steve stuck in TX, I talked to my dad today. He said my sis took him to get his hair cut at Joe's barber in V V L. They're both 79.

    Dave P. Did you ever find out about the history of Garland Park?

    Margaret Hay, you name sounds familiar. Where did you go to school?

    Bill in Belize - are you there? Hope everything is alright!!

    My computer just went crazy so hope this doesn't double post.

  • August 25, 2007

    3:46 PM

    Mary f/k/a Johnson writes:

    Steve stuck in TX, I talked to my dad today. He said my sis took him to get his hair cut at Joe's barber in V V L. They're both 79.

    Dave P. Did you ever find out about the history of Garland Park?

    Margaret Hay, you name sounds familiar. Where did you go to school?

    Bill in Belize - are you there? Hope everything is alright!!

  • August 25, 2007

    3:44 PM

    Mary f/k/a Johnson writes:

    Steve stuck in TX, I talked to my dad today. He said my sis took him to get his hair cut at Joe's barber in V V L. They're both 79.

    Dave P. Did you ever find out about the history of Garland Park?

    Margaret Hay, you name sounds familiar. Where did you go to school?

    Bill in Belize - are you there? Hope everything is alright!!

  • August 25, 2007

    1:37 PM

    beth erickson 75 writes:

    Aloha all Hows it? Happy 21st anniv. Nancy. Congratulations. I've never been able to live with anybody for 21 yrs. Steve and Ron you guys are great reads.Jerry definitely tears for the sisters brought them to me. Glad to hear that the smoke is clearing and the temp. have dropped. Texas and ok needs to send us some rain very dry i'm surprised that we don't have any fire's.Larry you should have stopped by on the way to the big easy, we're not that far off the beaten path.Could be a rest stop streached the leg's and such. Your all welcome to stop in if you find your in the area.Thinking of heading west for thanksgiving hope to see some of the crew then. Need to hang out laundry later keep blogging.

  • August 25, 2007

    12:55 PM

    Margaret Hay (Looney) writes:

    Steve ( Still Stuck and Still Hot) for two or three summers we went to New Mexico to a boy scout Ranch called Philmont. The whole family was on staff there and it was great for my older sisters, so many boys and so few girls! We would rent the house for the summer and get back in time to start school. Yes Ruth lived just down the street then moved to Arvada. She had two boys that started their schooling in the neighborhood. I was looking through my yearbook and now remember your sister Lynn was so cute. Lynn and I were not very nice to Kerry Barns as I recall. Where is she now?

  • August 25, 2007

    11:55 AM

    Steve (stuck in TX) Nash 78 writes:

    I don't remember the Skyline phone numbers but with three older sisters I probably didn't get to talk on the phone until I was ten. I do remember my grandparents had a party line. Now that was a very strange concept and if you think you have problems with your neighbors now, just think about having to share a line with them and worry about them listening to your conversations.
    Margaret Hay, I checked with my Mom and she confirmed that RuthAnn did live in that big green house on the corner of Leyden and Iowa. So did your family go live overseas or somewhere else for a year, a summer...when that family lived in your house? It was probably around 1967-68. Here is one for you Ron N. 1965-1968 my best friend was a kid on Krameria lived next to Mark (badboy) Sampson. His name was Paul Dick and he had two older brothers Tom and I forgot the other and they moved back east around 1968. About fifteen years ago I found out their uncle is the actor comedian Tim Allen. How about Dolly Madisons in U-hills and over on Dahlia and Hampden. Bubble gum ice cream or the record store Budget Tapes and Records. There was a great record store over near Pearl and University that you could trade and or buy used albums. Something like Underground Records. Remember how Safeway and Skaggs drugstore connected I always thought that was odd and over in the that strip where the movies theatre is now there was a couple of talking birds in there that would repeat just about anything you said. Someone mentioned Pier One over on evans we used to buy that candy with the rice paper that disolved in your mouth and they also had every flavor of those candy sticks. Our favorite was clove. Also those square cinnamon suckers. Did you ever go ride your bikes to those two big hills in the only alleys in our entire neighborhood over near Jasmine between Florida and Minnesota?

  • August 25, 2007

    6:34 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Dave I wonder how many wrong numbers we got for each other my phone number was Skyline 6- 1124. A small world indeed

  • August 24, 2007

    10:07 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    My phone # was skyline 6-1142.
    My memory is more nebular than linear or circular!
    The beatles still rule!
    Sandie, not sure on the rockin robin original band.
    Mack Jordan, you inquired about blogfest
    BLOGFEST IS SEPT 14 AND 15TH FRI AND SAT NIGHT. ACTUALLY THE OFFICIAL NIGHT IS SATURDAY NIGHT
    BUT EVERYONE IS WELCOME FRI NIGHT ALSO.
    IT IS AT AUGYS GRUB AND PUB .
    IT IS IN THE SHOPPING CENTER ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF CHAMBERS AND MISSISSIPPI.
    IT IS OWNED BY CREAMERY VETERAN DON STARNES (DESHAUNT)
    DON IS PREPARING A BARBECUE FOR US ALL AND WILD BLUE IS PLAYING.
    THE BAND STARTS AT 8 ON SAT NIGHT AND FOOD AT 6 BUT IS PROBABLY A GOOD IDEA TO COME EARLIER SO EVERYONE CAN SOEND A FEW HOURS TALKING BEFORE THE ROCK AND ROLL BEGINS AND WE ALL DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY!
    SO OFIICIALLY BLOG FEST IS ON SATURDAY SEPT 15TH. THE BAND WOULD LOVE TO HAVE AS MANY PEOPLE THERE AS POSSIBLE AND ALSO FRIDAY NIGHT.
    KARIN AND I ARE GOING TO DO A MASS EMAILING . WE HAVE THE LISTS OF EVERYONE THAT RSVP'D FOR CREAMSTOCK. DON IS HOPING FOR A GOOD TURNOUT AS HE IS PAYING THE BAND AND PROVIDING THE BARBECUE.
    THANKS TO ALL, SEE YA THERE!
    PS.. If there are folks who are blogging on seperate blogs from the creamery crowd please pass on the blogfest info. Also word of mouth will help greatly. thanks, DAVE


  • August 24, 2007

    6:45 PM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi eevryone - you young pups - just checked in - is this not great to reconnect?

    Would some of you oldies check in? Hey music guys - who did the original "ROCKIN ROBIN" Dave, George. Ron - I have $20. riding on this bet

  • August 24, 2007

    2:10 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Jerry, I'm with you, IPA's and also Stouts/ Porters.. Deschutes, Widmer and Stone will all be there. we are huge fans of Stone.
    check out Great Divide from Denver. so many great IPA's and Double/ Imperial IPA's out there

    Steve, sorry to get deep on you :-)
    Just curious about it.. I've kind of got the pictures in my head too. vivid memories, almost photographic in the sense of seeing things and events. but not Photographic when it came to school / learning etc..
    as far as photography, I have a vision of what I want to shoot, then wait for it to happen, or make it happen. sometimes you just have to hope. dig/film not much diff these days, but a few years ago, dig wasn't close.

  • August 24, 2007

    12:14 PM

    Steve (it'sstill hot in Texas) Nash 78 writes:

    Jerry I thought at first you were going to be a flip-flopper but you did come through with an answer at the end. I am not sure if I agree with you but I do agree about the west. I think Idaho has the most beautiful mountain rivers and some beautiful mountains but I don't think there is any state that has so many beautiful mountain ranges as Colorado.

  • August 24, 2007

    11:36 AM

    Steve (it'sstill hot in Texas) Nash 78 writes:

    Wow that was rather deep Ron. You are past me in this one. That almost sounds like quantum physics. My memory is more like pictures in my head and please don't ask me if it's digital or film (just kidding). I am probably not as good as you with dates I can just remember events and my memories are more within time frames like grades in Elementary school, Jr. High, College, the real world, etc. It sure didn't help me in school, I hated taking test and still have nightmares that I have to go back to CSU to take finals. If we were Native Americans back in the day we just might be the storytellers. On the flipside ask me what movie I saw last week and I probably couldn't tell you. However, if there is some kind event that occured that's a different story. Does it help you with your work as a photographer? Do you see the picture before you take it and has that changed with digital photography?

  • August 24, 2007

    11:16 AM

    JerryLarsen71 writes:

    well said, Steve. (your post of last night). Wait till the sisters read it. guaranteed tears. and we will clink a glass or two.
    except for a couple of months in the summer, I'd say most places in the west are God's country. I vote for Idaho though. For a short time in 1966-67 we lived in Waco, so I know what you mean I think.
    Margaret, was your dad the science teacher at Ellis? Volcano demo's? welcome to this site.
    Ron, thats a total of 32 years combined attendance. honorable pastime I'd say. I'm an IPA fan myself. Deschutes, Widmer and Stone might be represented there. have fun

  • August 24, 2007

    10:47 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hey Steve, People always tell me I have a great memory, and for some things like childhood things etc I do.. especially for dates.
    Let me ask you something....
    When you think of time, or the passing of time, do you think of it linear or circular.
    In other words are dates on a straight line going forward, or is it a circle always going around like in a calendar year?
    I personally think of it as a circle, actually like a baloon with 12-31 & 1-1 being at the knot and summer over the top of the baloon and all dates are at different places on the baloon.
    So I remember dates & events based on the place on the circle then reference years to events.
    Does this make any sense, I've asked others who have great memories and they also think of time circular and not linear. let me know!
    Sorry to get so philosophical!

  • August 24, 2007

    9:01 AM

    Steve (it'sstill hot in Texas) Nash 78 writes:

    I live in Carrollton Northwest Suberb of Dallas. My bad on the beatles thing. Oh ya I do remember the Shepards they were beautiful but scary dogs. Was the males name something like Kaline and I don't recall the females name but I do remember they were very well trained unlike our big St. Bernard. But he did stay in the front yard. He weighed 230 lbs. and we used to have to take him to the freight scales at Stapleton because the Vet didn't have a scale that big. I think our Vet was Dr. Roberts or something like that his office was right off of Holly and Evans. My Mom lives in a townhouse near Parker Rd. and Dayton.

  • August 24, 2007

    8:36 AM

    Margaret Hay (Looney) writes:

    Hey Mack we are still in OKC and Ruth moved to the Ardmore area two years ago. Your mom and dad were so very COOL. All of the kids in the family still talk about Max and his magic tricks. Allen is still in Montana, his son is in New York and daughter lives in Castle Rock. Steve--I was not the big beatles fan- that was Ruth. Does your mom still live in Denver? Funny you would mention the "Cats" we had. Ruth and I were just talking last week about how mean that cat of hers was. Do you remember the shepherds. Seems we always had as many pets as people in that house. Allen also had a raccoon at one time. You really do have a great memory of events and people. Where are you in Texas?

  • August 24, 2007

    7:46 AM

    SNash78 writes:

    Memory correction for Margaret Hay, I just remembered your brother's name was Alan right? I think I remember my sister talking about when you went to Stapleton to see the Beatles get off one plane and on another. Did you ever get to see them live in concert?


  • August 24, 2007

    7:25 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    Good morning all, it's friday !!! I haven't blogged in some time but, have found the time to read the postings. Several hundred blogs ago there was talk of a blogfest (stock ?) some time in september. Would someone please update I hope to drive up from Albuquerque to attend.
    Margaret Hay , Haven't seen any of your family since my dad passed away in the late '90's. Are you and Ruthann and family's still in OKC,is Allen in Montana ? Sorry we didn't make it to your mothers funeral, she was a nice lady. Please say hi to all.
    Everbody talks about the weather . Albuquerque has been like Denver about 10 to 15 degrees above normal and no rain, until last night where various parts of the city had up to 2 and half inches in about 3 hours and more for the weekend I hope it doesn't follow me to the lake. Everyone have a great weekend I'll read everbody later.

  • August 23, 2007

    10:45 PM

    Steve (stuck in TX) Nash 78 writes:

    Margaret Hay I remember your family, you had a sister (Ruth) and a brother(Gordon) and your Dad had the coolest train set ever. My Mom used to play bridge with your Mom. There were Plum trees on the side of your house that we used to sneak over and eat. Your Dad caught us once and we were all scared and he said he just didn't want us to fall out of the tree and to knock on the door and he'd get us some. You had those mean siamese(sp) cats and two very big German Shepards and I remember you were a over-the-top BEATLES fan. I think my sisters called you Margie if I remember correctly. Wasn't it your sister and her husband that lived in the big green house down on Leyden and Iowa with the big black newfoundland? I remember you guys moved away for a year and some other people lived there. My sister's called the boy their age Johnny Appleseed. Why I have no idea? The Semores, Dike (strange name eh
    ?) and Nina lived next to you and their Mom passed when I was very young. The Barnes lived on the other side of you and I think Kerry and Connie still live up in Steamboat Spring s where my sister Lynn lives. The Metro's lived across the street and Chris is still a close friend of our family.

    Jerry L. thanks for the compliment but sometime I am not sure if it's a curse or a gift to be able to remember so many things so vividly. I can tell you there are very few people in this world who I have known, less than a handful who I have never heard say a cross word or critical or talking bad about others and Ally's little sis was one of them. So next time (perhaps on your anniversary) you hoist a beer or a glass of wine or God forbid Ozo say "Yiamas" for me in honor of Maria. On a lighter note is Colorado or Idaho "God's Country"? because I sure as hell know it ain't where I am living.

  • August 23, 2007

    9:50 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    If anyone is in Denver Oct 11-13 and you LOVE Beer, I mean you LOVE BEER! All Kinds
    You gotta go to the GABF
    Great American Beer Festival 2806 Beers entered into the competition, 1884 Beers for you to taste from 408 Breweries!
    http://www.beertown.org/events/gabf/index.htm
    This will be my 17th year in a row of attending, my Wife's 15th.. we are members of the American Home Brewers Assoc. this grants us access to the Connoisseur's tasting it''s a lot of fun..

  • August 23, 2007

    9:44 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Jerry, Here is a link to Tony Lamonica's website
    He might have been on KOA, not KIMN, can't remember.. and he was on Channel 9.

    http://www.tonylamonicamedia.com/

  • August 23, 2007

    9:26 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Nancy, Congrats on 21 to you and Tony, I never heard about it last night!!

    I kind of remember Skyline-6-7769 was ours in '68, I think it changed the next year. someone we knew was Klondike...
    Jerry, Tony Lamonica, yes....he was the eye in the sky on Kimn along with Danny Davis
    in the late '90's he was on Channel 2. in the mid '90's he was a customer of mine at the Pro Lab. Tony was a pretty good photographer, and a lot of fun to talk to.

    Steve, I remember an instance with the helping hand thing. there was a house on Krameria and Mexico they had one for years. I was being chased by Jeff Jacobson and I ran to their house for help! I think I was about 9 at the time, they let me in. Jeff was just kidding around, but I didn't know it at the time

  • August 23, 2007

    9:22 PM

    Mary writes:

    Nancy, would love it!! Good thing I have some padding if I fall!! Ha!

  • August 23, 2007

    8:03 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Happy Anniversary Nancy that is quite an accomplishment in this day. Give yourselves a big pat on the back.
    We always belonged to Skyline so the only thing I remember about White Sands was the horse back riding place and the beach like entry.
    I thought for sure someone would remember when that bobcat (not a mountain lion corrected by the Mom) was running loose in your neighborhood. They warned everyone to stay inside.
    How about the "Helping Hand" where people would have a picture of a hand in their window and that meant kids could go up to the house and get help if a perv or someone was trying to get you. Were they naive or what? It's not like they did a background check on people that put them in their windows. I wonder when they figured out that might not be such a good idea??? as in the protector might actually be the perv.
    Someone mentioned Lyle Alzado, his sister Sandy was in my class and went to Place one year. She was living with Lyle and I still can't believe we had the nerve to have party at their apartment while he was out. Yep, he came home with his girlfriend and was not happy and that is as quickly as I have ever left a party where the police weren't there. I guess that one would go under what we parents of teenagers love to say to our kids "what in the he@@ were you thinking"? The obvious answer was we weren't. Somethings don't change!

  • August 23, 2007

    8:01 PM

    JerryL71 writes:

    got an e-mail from Bill today, storm went north and they're okay.
    Hi Tim, SKyline prefix brought back memories. Speaking of skyline, wasn't there a rush-hour traffic reporter named Lamonica (Tony or Darrell, whichever was not the football player) who used to do the "eye in the sky" thing for KIMN or KOA? late 60's?
    If there was a vote on whom has the best memory, mine would be cast for either Steve or Ron. Their recollection of places, events, details and especially names is astounding. (you pegged my brother's grades, Steve, and also brought a tear to my wife's eye {about Maria}). hats off to you guys and keep it going! Perhaps my own recall is justifiably a result of once being a member of the "better living through chemistry" club?
    Speaking of memories, congratulations on your 21st anniversary, Nancy and Tony.! Our 23rd is in a couple of days. A lot of strength can be found in time together. yahoo

  • August 23, 2007

    7:44 PM

    Margaret Hay (Looney) writes:

    WOW! What memories, so many names and people. I remember the "Yost" gas station well. Thank you for the kind words Andy about my dad--George Hay. I graduated from GW in 71 and married a GW graduate class, of 69. I also remember "little" Steve Nash who lived on our block--When is the next reunion?

  • August 23, 2007

    7:15 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Mary, I could give you a lesson if you would like when you are in Denver. Also, Liz could give you a lesson too! She is a great skater and taught in Glenwood at the outdoor rink last year. I always have dreams of a rink turning into an iced-over lake and then turning to water. I wonder if I was traumatized as a kid watching someone fall through the ice at Lollipop??
    I don't remember the Skyline #'s We were on Glencoe-1450, I think my parents moved there in 1960 or so.
    HI Ron! We will do sushi soon, I promise!
    Have a good night-time to go celebrate our anniversary!!

  • August 23, 2007

    7:04 PM

    Mary Johnson writes:

    Steve, Tommy Oldfield's dad lives next to my dad and the house I grew up in. I saw him about a year or so ago when I went to see my dad. He finally got married and if I recall. Mrs. Oldfield died of cancer several years ago. She was a neat lady.

    Nancy, I remember those green worms or catepillars hanging from trees in our yard - where I grew up. Sometimes they would turn into butterflies - I think.

    Yep the sk6 phone numbers.

    I loved ice skating at Lolipop. Hmmm, wonder if I could still skate. Yes, I think so.

  • August 23, 2007

    6:38 PM

    Tim writes:

    You guys just jogged my memory. My phone number was "SKyline 7-0323".

  • August 23, 2007

    4:34 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Nancy, our phone was 756-7769 and Brad's was 757-6655
    Steve, I think Bill Yorker and I used to hang out on your street and watch the show, then come to my roof and watch around the neighborhood the fireworks , like at Skyline etc.

  • August 23, 2007

    2:45 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    ps-today is Tony's and my 21st anniversary!!

  • August 23, 2007

    2:43 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Steve and Ron,
    I just remember the black snakes on the sidewalk on the 4th of July. I seem to remember my mom being mad because it was hard to get the stain out. Also, holding a bunch of sparklers at the same time. Oh, and writing your name in the air with the sparkler.
    Silly memory, but do you guys ever remember the worms that hung off trees? I remember going out our front door and having these little green worms hanging on a weblike string from our front tree. It would gross me out. You'd get them in your hair if you weren't careful. YUCK! I guess we must not have sprayed for those back then. I still remember my phone # 756-8555. Rhonda's I think was 757-8484. Isn't that weird that you can remember old phone #'s, but you can't remember details of White Sands? Steve, do you have any memories of White Sands (I know, everyone on the blog thinks I am obsessed with White Sands....)
    Later!

  • August 23, 2007

    2:12 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    Fireworks on the 4th of July which just happens to be my birthday. My older sisters told me the fireworks were just for my birthday and I believed them until I was probably 4 or 5. We had block parties where everyone bought fireworks and all sorts of food I still have a picture of a family pack that looked like a rocket about 4 or 5ft tall stuffed with fireworks. No M-80s, cherry bombs or Roman candles by the time I was old enough to buy them. You had to go to 54th & Federal just to get Firecrackers by 1970. We did used to buy those big 5 cent smoking capsticks and play hot potato and chicken with them. Worst part about the big capsticks was you never knew how weak or powerful they might be. We would go to Skyline on the 4th for penny dives and when you were older the watermellons greased with vasoline. I saw some intense battles between some Dad's and all for a watermellon. Fun times for all.
    We used to go over to the Andersons (Chris, Dixon, Dana & one other older bro I can't think of) on Monoco & Jewell and shoot bottle rockets from their tree house down on Monoco (not very smart but it's better than throwing bowling balls out of the car Keith O'brian). I think Lonnie Lee told us that story way back when and we thought he was lying.

  • August 23, 2007

    1:13 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve , you've done a great job digging up all of the great memories, good times!!
    Hi Nancy!!
    I think the Redfield thing will be going on for a long time! mess for sure!

  • August 23, 2007

    11:37 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! Steve N., if you are ever in Denver, we would love to see you. I hope no one on the blog feels left out! We decided to have a small class reunion so we could all really talk. It is so hard when there are 100 people around. Plus, with all the strange bloggers we have had, we didn't want to have one of them show up at our get together!!
    I appreciate everyone showing up. I had a great time and loved seeing everyone! Coleen, it was so awesome to have you there! Hope the wedding goes well....If anyone else is in contact with '79ers or close, please let me know and I will put them on my contact list. I definitely will come to a GW reunion even tho' I went to AHS. I would love to see more people that I haven't seen since 9th grade. Rob, how totally cool to see you! Let's keep in touch!! Sherri, wonderful to see you too. Give our love to your sister. I enjoyed seeing everyone who came to CS again and thanks to the spouses for putting up with us!We had some good laughs! Thank you to the anonymous bill payer. Whoever it was, that was so generous and we appreciated it so much!!!!
    I heard about the Redfield thing too. I think a lot of people in that area have cancer. I don't remember the outcome either. It seemed to fade away from the papers. Probably influenced by whatever company was being sued....
    Thanks to all of you for the Polka Dot cleaners memory! I know that I have memories stored in my brain, it is just a challenge to get them out!
    Thor, have you heard from Bill?
    Have a good day all!

  • August 23, 2007

    10:11 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Last night was fun, Nancy and Hubby Tony, Lorraine, Rhonda and Hubby Jim, Sherry and Hubby Craig, Gretta, Rob Rybowiak, Coleen, DeeDee, Steve Eaton and his Girlfriend, Myself and my Wife LeeAnn.
    Fun Times!!

    We drove by GW around 6:00 PM and we saw many cop cars and fire trucks. looked pretty serious!

  • August 23, 2007

    8:28 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Karin, the DP Library was down on the end of Holly shops and you could go in through the front or from the alley in the back. I'm not sure what was in there after that but in the 80s it became a bar called EZ Pickens. Blogged about Redfield a couple of days ago and that creepy stuffed bear in the front and Doug Bower mentioned early on about the Environmental Contamination where the parent company Buster Brown (yep the kids shoes) was dumping chemicals I probably don't have this perfect but I think it contaminated the water table and the stretch along Misourri and Minn. were among the worst because there was an underground spring that flowed into cherry creek. They were tearing up yards and streets all the way from Jewell to Cherry Creek for a while. I never did hear what the final cost and fine came to. I had a friend that almost burned down the field in Redfield with one of those match guns someone mentioned a ways back. We put it out with my brand new coat. Fire Truck came right when we put it out and we were gone over the fences.

    Ron & Nancy how many showed up for last night? I want names.

  • August 22, 2007

    9:31 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    crud...sorry about the double post.. :-(

  • August 22, 2007

    9:29 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    Speaking of explosive moments. From our 10pm newscast tonight.

    "DOZENS OF STUDENT AND STAFF WERE EVACUATED FROM DENVER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL THIS AFTERNOON AFTER A SCIENCE TEACHER FOUND A DANGEROUS LIQUID IN ONE OF THE LABS.
    IT TOOK HOURS FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT TO REMOVE THE CHEMICAL AND THEN DESTROY IT.

    LEETSDALE BOULEVARD WAS CLOSED DOWN DURING THE EXPLOSION."

    Woo Hoo...glad that today's kids are keeping the tradition of hooliginism alive!

  • August 22, 2007

    9:29 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    Speaking of explosive moments. From our 10pm newscast tonight.

    "DOZENS OF STUDENT AND STAFF WERE EVACUATED FROM DENVER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL THIS AFTERNOON AFTER A SCIENCE TEACHER FOUND A DANGEROUS LIQUID IN ONE OF THE LABS.
    IT TOOK HOURS FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT TO REMOVE THE CHEMICAL AND THEN DESTROY IT.

    LEETSDALE BOULEVARD WAS CLOSED DOWN DURING THE EXPLOSION."

    Woo Hoo...glad that today's kids are keeping the tradition of hooliginism alive!

  • August 22, 2007

    8:51 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    I remember when the firework stands would sell M80's to us kids. My brother and I would use them to blow up ant hills outside the fence on Florida Ave. We also would buy a gross or two of pop bottle rockets and have wars with the Poncho Hays two doors down and really piss off his folks as many of them would land in their pool!

  • August 22, 2007

    6:26 PM

    karin writes:

    Hi kids! been along time for me! been a summer for sure huh?? good to get back on here and read all the great stuff again!! I got such a good smile about the holly shops.. what memories that has for me. My sister worked at Callis drug for years!! then there was that little cafe that sandi abney was the waitress at, a guy named Red owned it, good food. then the poka dot cleaners.... that was Mom's cleaners and she knew the lady that ran it. then there was my dentist Dr Van Soest..............he was a great guy to me, the first painless filling i ever had. I know there were a few other little shops or offices in there too, it turned the corner down by the dentist office and I don't remember what was in that area... anyone remember??? just a great little bunch of shops. for about 2 weeks in the 70's i worked at Redfeilds, building gun sights..........I still to this day do NOT know how I even did that for 2 weeks. it was horrible working conditons. the boss was a real creep. I loved going into callis drug, it was packed with cool stuff!! Id go buy my "16 magazine" there!!! it was amazing how far you could go on a bike back then wasn't it?? from colorado blvd to cook park, lollipop lake cherry creek over to the highland canal, U-hills- and on and on. I just dont see kids on bikes like we were these days............... they have motorized skateboards for crap sake!!!!!!!!!! they just don't know what they are missing huh???

  • August 22, 2007

    2:37 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    The Sharf's lived on the corner but Eric had a blue GTO for as long as I can remember and their driveway did go out onto Mexico but so did the one across the street. Eric was good friends with Jim Donizio who I believe had a muscle car too. The Cohen's actually lived right behind the Farber's house on that inlet street right off of Leyden. The Kellogs and Tacinis's (Sp) lived on that block too. The Ruben's lived right next door to the Weiler's and the dad was either a radio or tv announcer. There was also that big green house on Leyden and Iowa that looked so out of place but it was a pretty neat house.

  • August 22, 2007

    1:58 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, who was that kid that lived on the SW corner of Leyden and Mexico. his Dad always had cool Shelby Conv, they had a drive way that was right on Mexico, kind of in the back of the house, strange way to park.. but several of these Shelby Convertibles over the years.

  • August 22, 2007

    1:41 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, I do remember the big house on the hill with the white swan. it was a dark red house...
    Sounds like a Jimi Hendrix song. there's a Red House over yonder.... I remember the great fireworks stand near evans and Oneida, I think it was on Asbury.
    Anyone seen Jim Cohen, I do remember him having a couple of sisters. they lived across the street from the Weilers

  • August 22, 2007

    12:54 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    Ron do you remember that big house at the top of Jewel on Oneida? They had this huge white duck or swan for a pet that lived in their front yard. We used to look for it when we walked to the firework stands over on Evans and Onieda. The creamery and holly shops profits probably went down for a couple of weeks in the summer when the firework stands went up. I know that is where I was spending my money.
    Someone mentioned a monkey earlier and it reminded me of Kevin Johnson. He used to have a little monkey for a pet too.
    Ron, I had some older cousins that used to live over your way too on Iowa Lisa, Matt and Missy Beattie. You also mentioned Jim Cohen I know his sister Jodi and I think their sister Lisa is in that yearbook in the photobucket from Creamerystock. How about the Popcycle or Ice Cream trucks? Remember when there was that big scare that they were lacing the popcycles with LSD and it almost put them all out of business? I keep thinking that was a Nixon deal. My sister Lynn was at that Jethro Tull concert that was tear gased at Red Rocks that someone mentioned.

  • August 22, 2007

    11:02 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, I'll be seeing Sherry tonight, I will say hello for you. you are right about Shana.. sad, she is now living in a house just south of DU
    Shana and Sherry are both sweethearts. their Mom is also very nice, and their Dad's great too.
    I remember when Sherry and Craig lived over on Leyden or was it Linden Wy
    I saw Joe Johnson about 8 months ago at Borders Book store, Joseph Phillips was in town signing a book and speaking at the store, Joe was there along with Beth Shubert. it was nice to see all of them

  • August 22, 2007

    10:22 AM

    Thor '74 writes:

    Spoke to Bill's mom last night, last she heard Bill and Adrian were stuck in Houston. I'm sure we will get the full story when Bill gets home and dries off his computer (among other things).

  • August 22, 2007

    9:59 AM

    JerryL71 writes:

    Hiya back Tom, Friday night is going to have to be the night as we are playing a gig on Saturday. you picked a good time because the temps have finally broke. later

  • August 22, 2007

    9:33 AM

    SNash78 writes:

    Ron N. - Sherry and Craig lived in the house across the street from my parents house on Leyden right next to Joe Johnson's house. They only lived there a couple of years but I would go visit Sherry when I was in town. They had two wild boys. My Mom saw her a year or two ago and Sherry said Shana (fka Sue) was living with them and was very ill. We used to hang out at the Greene's house over by Windsor Gardens in high school they had a slot machine and pool tables. Their Mom was really nice to put up with all of us. Tell them I said hi if you see them.

  • August 21, 2007

    9:14 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    JERRY LARSEN,,,,,I'M OFF TO IDAHO THURS. MARNING. SHOULD BE IN MADRID THURS. NIGHT. HOW DOES FRI OR SAT NIGHT SOUND FOR MEETING UP FOR A BEER OR TWO OR,,,,MAYBE EMAIL ME AT Tarmst1953@aol.com and I can give you the locations of where we are staying. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!!

  • August 21, 2007

    8:24 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hey Larry! Long drive....
    Nancy and Steve, I had tons of memories at the Valley too, must have seen 30+ movies there. I remember my Dad, Brother and I watching the God Father, My brother was bothered by it and walked home about 30 minutes into the movie
    Nancy, Don't remember Karen Barnett
    I do remember the candy sales at Place, remember getting what was like a homemade sucker, made in a muffin tin wraped in foil. spearment was a popular flavor, but there were other flavors too. the were like little hockey pucks.

    Steve, Yep Linda Marko was on here a couple of months ago, it was nice to hear from her.
    I used to see her often in the '80's . I'm close friends with Shana (Sue) Green- Lasley- Vandersluis. So I used to see lots of Shana and her twin Sherry's friends back then.
    I also remember going to Confetti in Glendale in the early- mid '80's and hanging out with Debbie Marko, she was cool.
    used to see a lot of the old gang back then, Jenny Haag, Dixon Anderson, Brad Lipson and I were there often, I mean often!!!
    Traci Lambert woked there for years, mis you on the Blog Traci!
    Oh yeah, I saw Jon Hafer at a Rockies Game last year, you guys remember Jon? used to hang with Jeff Collier.
    I tend to ramble when my wife goes out of town on business!!!

  • August 21, 2007

    8:12 PM

    JerryL71 writes:

    I got on a Belize newsite today, sketchy reports on damage, but sounds like the worst of it passed north of Bill and Adriane. i wonder if they holed up in Denver? how bout it Bill, you out there?
    welcome back to the blog Larry. been a while.
    Polka Dot cleaners rings a bell to me also Mary.
    All the Idaho smoke plus a good share of Montana smoke must have been blowing your way. It's been fairly clear in Boise for a couple of weeks now.

  • August 21, 2007

    7:51 PM

    Mary writes:

    Nancy, the Polka Dot Cleaners at Holly Shops - I think!

    Good to hear from you! God heard my prayer the other day - I was packed and ready to get out of this smoke. It rained and the wind blew and I actually saw mountains and blue sky when I woke up in the morning. Ahhhh! fresh air.

    Hope you are feeling better. I used to love to ice skate at Lollipop Lake.

  • August 21, 2007

    7:32 PM

    Mary writes:

    Nancy, the Polka Dot Cleaners at Holly Shops - I think!

    Good to hear from you! God heard my prayer the other day - I was packed and ready to get out of this smoke. It rained and the wind blew and I actually saw mountains and blue sky when I woke up in the morning. Ahhhh! fresh air.

    Hope you are feeling better. I used to love to ice skate at Lollipop Lake.

  • August 21, 2007

    6:40 PM

    Larry Pote writes:

    Hey Nancy.....While you were digging thru your relatives house, I was driving 1400 miles to take my daughter back down to school in New Orleans! I went from a 'dry heat' to a miserable humid heat! 90 degrees with 90% humidity! We drove so she could have her car with her during her senior year at Loyola. Sorry about Dean slamming you Bill, but I'm glad it didn't do anything to New Orleans again. Scared the crap out of me last time when Katrina chased my kid out of there.

  • August 21, 2007

    1:36 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    Hey Nancy welcome back. That couldn't have been too much fun flying with your back messed up. Hopefully you will get to rest it. I did not know Karen Barnett. I will have to ask my mom about the polka dots on the laundry place she will remember. Yes the Valley Drive in of course I remember it well. I saw many movies there when we were kids, Butch Casidy and the Sundance Kid, some good old westerns Shannondoa, and in high school sneaking in in the trunks of a cars we saw Flesh Gordon and Everything You Want To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask (that scene w/ Woody Allen and Burt Reynolds is a classic). Does anyone remember when I think it was KBPI made comedy sound tracks and on Friday nights there were old movies I believe on Channel 2 KWGN and you turned the sound off on the tv and played the radio. It was hillarious. Remember when the teachers went on strike? I think I was in 5th or 6th grade. Ron I made a mistake earlier it was Mrs. Gillman not Gilmer she was a math teacher. Mrs. Springer was another teacher and the dredded art teacher Mrs. Recksecker. Not a family favorite with the Nash's. Ron I called Mr. Whitty Jerry Lewis one time and he did not like it one bit. Remember that lot behind the swings at Ash Grove with all the heavy equiptment?

    Nancy and Ron I saw Lynda Marko was on here earlier. We were friends in high school and I actually saw her a couple of times here in Dallas in the mid 1980s she and her husband were living here they set up La Peep's in Dallas. I knew Debbie too and have a friend who is good friends with Barb. Have fun tonight and tell everyone hello for me some I will know some I won't. I know Martin G. and all his crew.

  • August 21, 2007

    1:24 PM

    beth erickson writes:

    Aloha all. Hows it? Did anybody see bill and adrianne when they were there?

  • August 21, 2007

    10:33 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    Was in LA for the weekend to clean my hubby's aunt's house out. She died in May and left a huge mess!! Watched the sunset at Redondo Beach and saw some dolphins!
    Anyway, good to read all the memories. My mom used to take us to the laundry mat that was in Holly Shops (I think!). Didn't someone mention that the library was there? I think it was next door to the laundrymat. I seem to remember vivid colored dots somewhere around there? Maybe the laundrymat name had something to do with dots???? I also remember a beauty shop in that center.
    Steve and Ron, do you remember a Karen Barnett? She may have gone to Ashgrove in 4th through 6th. I know she was at Ellis for a couple of years but I seem to remember she lived near Ashgrove. Steve, what memories do you have of the Drive-In at Evans and Monaco? Do you remember the candy sales at a front table as you walk into Place? Was that for movie night? I loved Big Hunk-marshmallowy, nutty taffy! You can still get them, but that is a candy memory for me!!
    Hope Bill is okay too....
    Thor, hope to see you soon too! Mary, I remember the incinerators well too. Right at the end of the sidewalk in the backyard. You guys are all filling in some good memories! Keep it up!!
    Have a good day everyone and see you tomorrow Ron!!
    Sandie, take care of your shoulder!

    Bill let us know you are okay!!!! Sorry I wasn't in town to meet you....

  • August 21, 2007

    9:06 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, Yes, Kent.. good guy, sorry to hear of his passing.
    the Jerry Lewis looking teacher was Mr Witty, I had him in 4th, nice guy! I had Nate Hazzard in 5th Grade and Mrs Henry in 6th, she used to hit our desks with rulers
    I don't remember Mrs Gilmer. remember Mr Seno (sp) wasn't he assist principle then became teacher when Mrs Phelps became the assist principle.. did you remember that Gym teacher , the tall guy with the long hair around 1969 ?

  • August 21, 2007

    8:37 AM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    Looks like Belize got pounded last night, I heard the Taylors were going home on the 21st? today? hope they are ok.
    Lance have you talked to Bill?

  • August 21, 2007

    7:55 AM

    SNash78 writes:

    Wow Sandie you are an early bird. When did Bill and his wife leave to go back to Belize?

    Ron that would've been Kent Haagenson he passed away about 17 years ago of heart disease. Keith was his older brother I believe a 1973 grad. I used to see him at CSU he was going to Graduate school there.
    Science was not really my strong suit and Dr. Lewis had probably had enough of the Nash's by the time I had him. Remember Mr. Hazzard or as some called him Nate. He was neat teacher. I liked Mrs. Gilmer as well. Another neighbor of yours across the street John McCrady used to make Ms. Rudy cry a lot and so did Tom Burns. There was also crazy Mrs. Henry and mean Mrs. House and that 4th grade teacher who looked just like the goofy Jerry Lewis.

  • August 21, 2007

    5:05 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Bill and Adrianne - hope you are alright.

    Good morning.

  • August 20, 2007

    9:18 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Mary, Yes.. The Hobby Store, if we didn't make it to Bonnie Brae Hobbies, we would go to that Hobby store to buy Estes Rockets.
    at Ash Grove we had a Rocket Class, Mr/Dr Lewis taught it.
    Steve, I remember Keith Haggenson was in that class with us, I'm trying to remember who else.. fuzzy memories of Rocket Class, maybe it was just a few weeks long..

    Didn't know Gilchrests or Oldfields

  • August 20, 2007

    9:04 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Mary Tom Oldfield's dad was my coach when I played Orediggers football and I knew some of Tom's friends like Scott Davis. That is wild that old Joe the Barber is still cutting hair I will have to tell my Mom that one. Mary you reminded of another thing you still see in Denver some but NEVER in Dallas clothes lines. I hope the fires burn out soon and the smoke disipates. Fall should soon be there in the great white north and I'm sure a change of the seasons will be a blessing in more than one way.

    Ron we used to catch snake over by skyline too.Speaking of skyline maybe some of you remember Jay Larew (Sp) and I think it was Brian Jones and a couple of other guys who would clown dive on the 4th of July. They were unbelievable. He and I believe Jim Dirkson were amazing skiers I think they were in a couple of those Warren Miller ski movies back in the day. How about Friday movie night at Place which reminds of another gal from the Missouri nieghborhood Pam Price we had some fun times at those movies and on snow days at Lori Duponts house... Barb Smilanic (sp) I saw she posted on here she was there too.

  • August 20, 2007

    6:42 PM

    Mary Johnson nka Harbert writes:

    Steve N and Ron N, you guys are a few + years younger than me but I remember some of things you mention. Maybe you knew Scottie Gilcrest or Tommy Oldfield. About your age.

    Yes, the pharmacy at Holly Shops is still a "liker" store. Orientals seem to own most of the liquor stores no in Denver. And Joe the Barbar is still cutting hair at Virginia Village. My dad still goes to him. My dad's 79. Ash pits, oh yes, my mom would get so pissed just as she hung out clothes on the clothes line and someone would fire up their ashpit. Believe it or not, here in Montana where I live, people can still actually burn their trash and do. I loathe it as if the fires aren't bad enough anyway.

    Where EZ's is used to be a hobby store too at one time. My x husband and I used to frequent the hobby store for what else, hobbies.

    Anyone remember the Librarian at McMeen, Ms. England? Or the Stapleton (??) brothers on Missouri I think?

  • August 20, 2007

    4:53 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, Jay Fertman, Actually he was a friend of mine, yes I was really tall, he was small, and he was a black belt, 3 degree infact. when he got his black belt he was the youngest in Colorado to get it Takwando (sp)
    I ran into him a few times in the '80s and '90s
    he was a diamond broker!
    I do remember that Doberman that used to always bark as us kids, I'm sure he was teased a lot, therefore mean towards us
    I liked Ms Phellps too, she was cool, do you remember that one PE Teacher before Mr Gordon, he was a long haired dude, really nice! left around '70
    Gordon was an idiot, used to take our Yoyo's he married the librarian at AshGrove

  • August 20, 2007

    4:37 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    .....

  • August 20, 2007

    3:31 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    Yep U-Totem and that resturant in front of it right off Monoco was called LUMS.
    Good job on the families in those three houses Used to play block football with an older Kitsos77er. I was thinking of the houses across from the circle parkling lot that was never used as a parkling lot. There were only two or three of them built to but I couldn't tell you who lived in them. Wait I think that little smart alec punk as small as you were tall in your grade named Jay something he was always saying he was a black belt but cried about everything. I remember he used talk smack to us and run into his house and bring his Dad back. When we were in 7th grade we came back a couple of times to Ash Grove and gave Mr. Gordon fits. It wasn't even during school hours and we got him so mad he turned beet red and I thought he was going to cry. Remember the Marvelle's dobermans backing up to Ashgrove no one and I mean no one jumped the fence to get softballs or kickballs back from their yard. Mr. Krenning who married Ms. Bell hit a softball right over the fence and through one of their windows and then made one of the kids go and tell them. I never like him very much. Ms. Phellps the other gym teacher was my favorite.
    Last memory for today Incinerators in our backyards to burn the trash. How crazy does that seem now. It's a wonder more houses weren't burn down not to mention the pollution. I remember getting to demolish ours with a sledge hammer when you couldn't use them anymore. We also use them to shoot fireworks.

  • August 20, 2007

    12:29 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    That was me again, stupid radio buttons!

  • August 20, 2007

    12:28 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Actually I think it was a U-Totem then a PDQ at Monaco and Evans. I remember when they built it.. I remember in 1973 sitting in my Dad's blue '64 comet conv listening to Takin Care of Business and Band on the run in that Parking lot when the songs were new! They Rocked!!

  • August 20, 2007

    12:25 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, I got a new computer at work, so my name didn't show up on my last posting at 11:08AM

  • August 20, 2007

    11:08 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Steve, Sure Duffy's was the best, probably too sweet if I had one today, but their Strawberry and Grape was awesome
    you are right on the type of machine, the slide along the gate and pull up type.
    Those houses under construction were the ones just to the north of Ash Grove right?
    I remember they built like 3 of them around 1970, Demetria Kitzos lived in one, anybody remember her? we used to play in the foundations too!

    I remember a Barber in the "L" Shoping ctr at Monaco and Evans, what was that store PDQ? the Barber guy was horible, worst cut ever!
    Bill Yorker had an electric fence for his dog Tic, I remember it would give you a small jolt!!
    ;-)
    Steve, I think your memories are as vivid as mine!!

  • August 20, 2007

    9:16 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • August 20, 2007

    8:23 AM

    SNash78 writes:

    Ron N. how about Duffy's soda pop? I do remember that pop machine I think it was an upright pull out right? That butcher shop next to it and Holly Shops Pharmacy used to have price wars going on for their candy. I used to blow my allowance there all the time and have the dental work to prove it. Mike and Bill Futera's Dad took bought Holly Shops pharmacy later after that I think it was and for all I know still is a liquor store.

    We built a fort out the leftovers from those houses they built up right across the street from Ashgrove and played for hours down in the foundations before they were finished.

    Joe the barber was at the shop in Virginia Village so I doubt he's the same one you're thinking about.

    Another great place for sledding was up behind place on the other side of Leetsdale where there was that farm and grain silo. You had to be careful you didn't touch the fence though, it was slightly electrified to keep the horses in and probably us out. Didn't hurt that much to touch when you were dry but it was a bit of a jolt when you were wet from the snow.

  • August 20, 2007

    7:14 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good Morning All

    Has anyone heard from Bill T.? Worried for them regarding - hurricane Dean - not good.

    Royce B. - call me.

    Have a happy day.

  • August 19, 2007

    10:19 PM

    George B. writes:

    Motor bikes were good on the highline too. I worked at the Leaning Tower o Pizza and the Alpine Village Inn, after the Later Hossen (sp)days. I wonder what is going on with the Cyrs and Joe the Barber gave me a really bad hair cut as if he did me a favor. Blog On !!

  • August 19, 2007

    9:48 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, also I didn't realize David OCrant was Bumper hitching on the dirt road, not wise!

    Holly Shops, I remember the deal was the 16oz Bottles of Pop at the barber shop down about 4 doors from the holly Shop, we would buy our candy from Holly Shop ,but go to the Barber shop for 10 cent 16 oz Pepsi's

    I think I bought most of my Baseball cards from Holly Shops and Bubs Daddy Gum too.
    Green Apple!
    Does anyone remember Sleding down the hill where K Mart is back in '68-70.. I think it was built in 1970. it was one of the best sleding hills around, we would start from the Highline and go almost all the way to Monaco.

  • August 19, 2007

    9:41 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve, Joe the Barber, are you speaking of the Joe at the Continental Hotel off of Speer?
    I don't know if I mentioned it a long while back or not.. if it's the same Joe, that would be wild... he used to cut all of the Bronco's Hair.
    I remember those weird shacks in the alley near Holly Shops, We wouldn't stare too long, because they were kind of creepy guys.
    I don't rember Cook Park before it was finished, but I do remember the dump where Place is, and I remember playing in a lot of the houses at Oneida and Mexico while they were being built

  • August 19, 2007

    9:26 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    I guess this is about drained but what the heck here are a couple of other things - The DP Library was actually in Holly Shops on the end where that bar I believe EZ Pickens on Jewell and Holly before they moved to Virginia Village. How about those tiny shack house behind the alley from Holly Shops they were really strange and had some strange tenants too. The post office was back in next to Redfield, the highway dept. and a small farm which is now the Post Office.
    Someone mentioned Bob Cyr. At Ash Grove when he was in 6th grade and I was in 4th grade he and Bill Mahoney were the two toughest guys at Ash Grove and I think they won most of the field day events too. All the Cyr's were football stars in the YAL with the Trojans.
    Did any one mention before they actually made Cook park a park and they called it Big Field and Little Field was on Florida and Krameria. When they were developing Cook park they had huge hills of dirt. When Place was a landfill fka the dump we used to shoot the rats with our bb & pellet guns.

    Ron Naeve - I remember when David Ocrant was hit by the trash truck. You mentioned bumper hitching I believe that is what he was doing when that happened but it wasnt on the snow just the dirt road the year of all Daylight savings time because of the gas shortage. He and Doug Fortner were about the only ones that would try it on the dirt. I knew Mike Ocrant too and they also had an older brother Steve Ocrant who we were scared of because we heard he had been in Viet Nam. He used to walk down Leyden a lot in an army jacket and looked a little like Charlie Manson.
    For you and the other music fans and musicians on here I have to brag about a 78er that I went to GW with Paul Taylor the amazing Jazz sax player and surely you must know the Watts brothers Dave 78 and Steve 80 and their Jazz fusion band Dotsero. I think Nelson Rangel was a 79er at GW but maybe East. All the guys that went to Hill used to say how good he was and he has shown it.

    Oh ya I went to Joe the barber too.

  • August 19, 2007

    9:17 AM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • August 18, 2007

    4:28 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • August 18, 2007

    10:07 AM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Bill,

    So glad you made it to town! Unfortunately I have the stomach flu and won't be able to make it down there to meet you this weekend. I am bummed out! Hope you meet up with all of your fabulous friends this weekend. Have a beer for me, ok? (Oh, that sounds awful right now! - I am on 7-up and saltines for a couple of days I think) Hope to make a trip to Belize one of these days! Have a great weekend everyone! Hugs, Liz

  • August 17, 2007

    8:26 PM

    Thor '74 writes:

    Hi Nancy, Great to hear that you don't need surgery!!! Seems like a long time ago that we all had that blast at Creamerystock. I look forward to seeing you and your hubby again, hopefully soon!!!

  • August 17, 2007

    2:51 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif

  • August 17, 2007

    9:08 AM

    Mary writes:

    The top ten pick-up lines, etc. segment on talk like a pirate site are hilarious Ron N.

  • August 17, 2007

    5:30 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi Ron - cute, and I will check out the site. Good to hear from you - Jimmy Buffet - another fav.

    Hi Joy and Nancy - Re-injured shoulder 3 weeks ago - c-----!!! Great to hear you do not have to have surgery, Nancy - sometimes time is the best cure - even though it is painful. Mend well!!

    Joy - I have never explored Wy, like I should have, I am not fond of the sub-zero wind chill temps up here. I have a good friend from Buffalo, what was your Grandparents name? I bet they knew each other, in some capacity.
    Jordyn has been to Buffalo and tells of a great park there! Hope all is well with you.

    Royce B. - Call me, I have some info for you and need some info from you.

    Help - I can't find Dave Kline

    Have A Happy Day Everyone.

  • August 16, 2007

    8:31 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Sandie, grammer/ spell check
    I wanted to point out that I'm not Scottish, nor do I talk like a Pirate, except on Sept 19th
    http://www.talklikeapirate.com/piratehome.html

    My wife and I have gotten a kick out of this for several years, might have heard about it from Jimmy Buffett Parrot Heads
    Aye Aye Captain ;-)

  • August 16, 2007

    6:27 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hi Everyone!
    Nancy, glad to hear that you won't require surgery. I'll be there next week, LeeAnn will be flying in from CA, she will take a cab to the B&B, I hope there's a good showing of people.

    I Sandie, I remember Aug 16, 1977 very well! it was a sad day for music fans.

  • August 16, 2007

    12:30 PM

    Mary writes:

    Nancy, my husband had several shots at the L-5 region and they did absolutely nothing for very long except it costs a lot of money. did the chiropractor thing with some type of machine that would stretch the areas between the discs to no avail. Finally had surgery which helped some. Hope the shots help you. Yes, rain would be welcome here.

    Tom, I'll email Gayle. Thanks for the info.

    Karen, I actually had a guest at my condo that was able to do my handyman stuff that I needed right away. I'll keep Mike in mind for some remodeling projects I have in mind hopefully in the near future if he's interested in bidding it. Thanks!

    Missing the fresh Colorado air!!

  • August 16, 2007

    11:31 AM

    Joy writes:

    Hi Nancy -- I just talked to mom, she's having her two sisters (whom I adore) over for lunch today. I know she'd love to visit with you! My email is joyfuljoy3@comcast.net. I sre hope the treatment gives you some relief and the ability to enjoy movement again!

  • August 16, 2007

    9:45 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Joy! Good to hear from you. How's your mom? Our rink will be closed for repairs for a week, maybe I can come visit your mom? I would love to see her!
    I guess they call it an epidural, but it has an anti-inflammatory and an anesthetic in it. My brother in law has had some in his neck with great success. It isn't a cure, but hopefully it will help me get back on track. It is hard to teach skating when you can't really move!!
    Have a happy Thursday! I will find your email so we can arrange a time to see your mom!!

  • August 16, 2007

    9:37 AM

    Joy writes:

    Nancy - you posted while I posted!! Epidural??? Had that when second child born. Didn't think it lasted long--so puzzled about it for treating back pain. Maybe it's low dose and long-lasting? Anyway, couldn't have managed that job without one so can vouch for effectiveness in relieving pain! So glad to hear no surgery!

  • August 16, 2007

    9:31 AM

    Joy writes:

    Hi Sandie (and all)! I love Wyoming! I have wonderful memories of visiting my grandparents' ranch 2 m. south of Buffalo and summer vacations at the cabin west of town. My nephew just got back from hiking the trail up to Lake Serenity --getting in shape for Air Force boot camp.
    I'm sure Karin can give you Dave's email. mheiserman@aol.com.

  • August 16, 2007

    9:26 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Oops, Hi Thor!! ( I look forward to seeing you again too) and Tom, Royce, George, Jerry, Lance (and where ARE the Guptons?) and anyone who I am blanking on ( I feel like the Romper Room lady with the looking glass-does anyone remember that?)!! I am a space cadet, must be the pain drugs.......Aloha!

  • August 16, 2007

    9:20 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Guys! Welcome to town Bill! I know I will meet you someday for sure. Sorry I can't make it this weekend but I am sure that you will be meeting my sister Liz.....
    Steve, sorry I haven't responded. Too much going on. I moved to Littleton in '76 and went to Arapahoe High School. I remember so many people you mentioned! It is fun to have new memories on the blog! Did you know Ruth Iverson? She swam at Skyline. I remember she also played violin. I would love to find her. I would also love to fine Lisa Underwood! Do you remember them? I met Paul's brother at Creamstock and his mom. I also met Tom. I met so many people I can't remember!
    Ron, hope to see you next week!! I love to hear your stories, and everyone's!
    I finally heard about my back. No more tearing of my disc, so no surgery required! Yeah! Anyway I am going to do an epidural shot to help the pain. Anyone ever done that? It is for my lumbar spine. Yikes, hope it helps!
    Mary, should we send you some oxygen? Too bad about all the fires. We had a monsoon here the other day. I couldn't see the houses across the street through the rain. Wish we could send that your way!
    Hope everyone is happy and healthy! I will miss you guys this weekend!! Sandie, hope you are okay. Did you injure your shoulder again?
    Oh, I just remembered. Doug Miller worked for Littleton Fire for awhile. Don't know what is up now, and I am not sure how to contact him or I would've told him about the blog. Maybe I can contact some buddies at LFD and ask them...

    Karin, Larry, Joy, Georgia, Dana, Doug and everyone-miss you guys! Maybe I will see you in September.
    Happy day everyone!

  • August 16, 2007

    7:46 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi everyone - music trivia - today is the day Elvis passed - great loss.

    Royce B. - I will check the hunting thing out for you this morning - I live right next to the Platte, have been fishing at Alcova - seems to be a popular spot - they are catching some nice trout. There are some really nice other places, also. Will give you a call as soon as I know something. You and the boys, dogs and chickens have a place to stay.

    Jody B. - Maybe when Royce and the boys come up to fish - they can catch yours and I will ship it out!!!

    Hi Steve N - good to hear from you.

    Anyone see Bill yet? Keep us posted.

    Does anyone have Dave Kline's email address?

    Have a great day all

  • August 15, 2007

    8:54 PM

    mj writes:

    billl bo! sorry, i am smoked out here! fires, fires, fires.

    serious can't breath!

    what else can I say? - ??? email me ok?

  • August 15, 2007

    12:26 PM

    royceb writes:

    hello to everyone,hope your doing fine. sandie i need a property to hunt ducks and geese. if you know someone in wyoming that would lets us hunt, please let me know. it would be myself, 3 boys, 3 dogs and
    2 chickens. i would also like to find a good place to fish
    up there. that is a neat state and hope you enjoy it.
    royceb

  • August 15, 2007

    6:56 AM

    bill t. writes:

    i am here,, ready for some laughs.
    sunday is a good day for me.
    lance,, i will swing in, maybe tonite.

  • August 14, 2007

    1:55 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    MARY J. FORGOT TO POST MY NAME FOR GAYLE DAVIS REQUEST. PLEASE DROP HER A LINE,,,,OK?

  • August 14, 2007

    10:46 AM

    SNash78 writes:

    Does anyone remember when there was a mountain lion running around up near Holly and Missourri?

    Doug Bower I remember when your dad managed Skyline. I remember your dad once cleaning the pool and singing "What's in the pool it's Algie" to that Broadway tune from Alfie. He used to make us wear swimming caps because our hair was long. Danny Cooper and Peter Cormier gave him fits. Mike Broomhall lived four houses down from us and I still remember my Dad yelling at him and his friends for racing down Leyden. I also remember that car in their back yard too, always seemed to be smoke pouring out the windows if I recall kind of like in the Cheech and Chong movie "Up In Smoke".

  • August 14, 2007

    10:28 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    /////

  • August 13, 2007

    7:34 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    MARY J. GAYLE DAVIS WANTS TO TALK AT YOU,,,HAS COMPUTER TROUBLE AND CAN USE THIS ADDRESS FROM A DIFFERENT LOCATION.
    drgnldy90@yahoo.com

  • August 13, 2007

    5:43 PM

    lance writes:

    doug cs bower, i just had a recollection. imagine that. according to my lost and found data, i think bill will be here today.you know what? i think he got here yesterday.
    bill, 10-4, do you come in?

  • August 13, 2007

    5:21 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Bill Who?

  • August 13, 2007

    5:21 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Bill Who?

  • August 13, 2007

    4:39 PM

    Karin writes:

    wow, lots of new folks and stories, what fun!! hey to all! good to see the ol blog still going!! hey Mary............if you still need a handyman , email me ok? that is something Mike could help you out with. kinda hot huh??? running through the hose comes to mind!!

  • August 13, 2007

    3:37 PM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Steve, San Diego is great, my Mother in law lives there.
    I couldn't imagine living in Midland! culture shock is right!
    Carrollton is nice. right, I lived in Plano '76-80
    graduated from Plano HS and moved back to Denver a year later. lived and hung out in the SE Denver/ Glendale/ Cap Hill/ Downtown etc area for years until I met my wife in 1993 at a Rockies Game. got married a year later, we live in Highlands Ranch, but am moving to Parker in Oct.
    Bill Yorker was good friends with Luke, I remember he had a player piano in their house on Locust. I remember when Steve Alexander died, but don't remember who else was in the car. The Alexanders had a cool house over by Cook Park, on Newport next to Robert Bucksteen. haven't seen him in a long time either.

  • August 13, 2007

    2:28 PM

    SNash78 writes:

    Ron I live in Carrollton just west of Plano ( I saw that you lived there for a couple of years). I work in Dallas and wish I could retire and move back home. I've worked for the FDIC for almost 24 years so I have six to go before I am eligble for retirement. I graduated from CSU and then went to San Diego for Paralegal school and loved it out there but needed a job and went from San Diego to Midland, TX. Can you say culture shock? Lived there for about a 1 1/2 years. I transferred to Dallas and have been here ever since. Like anywhere else it has it good points and bad points. I miss the seasons but aside from watching some good lacrosse do not miss the Colorado spring time or lack thereof. I didn't know the Massiers but Scott Lawrence was in my class and died while rock climbing in 10th grade I believe. I think the 1980 class has several that are gone too. At least two in one car accident on Monnoco & Cherry Creek (Steve Alexander & ?) and a couple more were shot after a fight in a bar (I think it was Mike Adams and I believe Steve Anker).

    Hey for all you firemen out there we had at least two out of our class that I bet you know Doug Miller and Mike Englebert. Also Jodi Nolet (Hansen) 1976(that picture in the place year book of her with a afro is priceless.) Someone also mentioned Amy Lutz she lived right behind us on Locust. I was recently in Denver and my Mom saw one of her parents names in the obituaries. They were a nice family. Someone mentioned Luke Stambough I e-mailed Denni Shefren a couple years ago and she and Luke were engaged and living in Seattle and they didn't even know each in Denver. He has two kids from a previous marriage and is a chef.
    Sandie Ferguson my Mom says to tell your Mom hi and tell Becky I said hello. I think I may have seen you at Joe Youngren's 21st birthday in JoAnn's backyard.
    Work calls!!!

  • August 13, 2007

    11:10 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Steve Nash, were are you living in Texas? and how long have you been down there?

  • August 13, 2007

    11:07 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Doug, Nope, they are Neve.

  • August 13, 2007

    9:08 AM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    anything going on while Bill T. is in town?

  • August 13, 2007

    9:05 AM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    Ron Naeve, are you the Naeves Uniforms?

  • August 13, 2007

    8:38 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Steve, John Jacobson died while climbing Mt Aconcagua in South America, I went to the service, I think it was back in '82
    He had climbed most if not all of the 14ers in Co.
    do you remember Troy Massier's younger Brother Cory '80? he also passed away. back in the early- mid '90's
    For a while in the early '70's they lived on Krameria where it met with Kearney.
    your'e right a lot of guys died within a few blocks from us.

  • August 13, 2007

    8:31 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Tom, Glad the two of you could make it.
    I bet it was, Tracy is so sweet.

  • August 13, 2007

    8:04 AM

    Tom Haverley writes:

    Yes Ron, I went to the service with Sue. Heartbreaking to see Tracy crying!

  • August 13, 2007

    12:02 AM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Howdy Tom here is my e-mail address slnash_60@verizon.net. It's hot down here in Texas but not much more than there.

    You are right about Lori she does have a lot of kids. We don't talk much but I did e-mail her this website and will give you her e-mail address if you send me an e-mail. Hey remember going to driver's education over at East that summer? Was that early or what? I had no idea Craig used to hot rod around in your Dad's cars. It sure didn't have anything to do with him and Lynn going out she is the biggest chicken alive. Remember when they lived up by Blackhawk? I told both she and Chris about and am sure she knows far more people on here than i do. Ron, I do remember the Trolley Car we always thought it was really cool. I heard about Alan but not John. Wow, that means within a three block radius we lost John Wise, Neil Goe, Mike Futera, Alan Farber, John Jacobson, Mike Broomhall, David Ocrant, James, Jeff and Chuck Weiler. Way too many, way too young.

  • August 12, 2007

    9:20 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hey Tom, Did you hear about Betty passing away?
    Pat came up, I went over and saw her and Tracey Yesterday, it was nice to see them, sad about Betty. it's been years since i"ve seen her.

  • August 12, 2007

    9:15 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Hey Steve, yeah we were the tall family. do you remember in '72 when my Dad had Trolly Pop? that green cable car that used to park at U-Hills , he sold hot dogs, Ice Cream etc?
    You're right, I used to hang out with Mark Weiler and Bill Yorker back in the early '70's
    do you remember the days at Ash Grove with Dr Lewis's science classes, and Rocket Class?
    Mrs Henry, Mrs Rudy.
    at Place I remember getting the "Paddle" from Mr Welch for throwing snowballs at School Buses anyone remember the one with the holes in it!
    We used to swim at Skyline Acres a lot too, and their fireworks shows, we used to watch em from our roof.
    On Kearney, the Jacobson's were good people, I still miss John, it's been about 25 yrs since he passes away.
    Alan Farber taught me how to shoot baskets when I was 8 or 9. I heard a few years ago from Mrs Jacobson that Alan had passed away too.

  • August 12, 2007

    6:40 PM

    Tom Haverley writes:

    Steve, what up dude! I was asking your mom about you at Corries baby shower, glad to here you are doing well.I know you lost your dad and wanted to let you know how sorry I am. He was a super guy! Lost my dad about 2 yrs ago and I know its tough. Yes, I did live with Mike Weiler for a few years. We lived with Scott Lochhead at his house in Aurora and we also lived at Latin Quarter for a while with Rick Diedrickson. I'm sure you probably have heard that Scott and Rick both passed away. We always seem to lose the good people. I saw Lynn and Chris at your Mom's house in Aurora and they both seem to be doing well. How's my 1st love doing? It sounds like she has a lot of kids. I also remember the concerts @ Ebbets Field. I saw Lynyrd Skynyrd there on 18 night and was sitting in the very first row and danced with Allen Collins when he was playing Free Bird, we were blowing him shotguns off our pipe. I also saw many great shows w/your sister Lori. One that stands out is Neil Young & Crazy Horse. I believe it was @ the Boulder Field House. I had to laugh when you remembered Mr. Welch & Mr. Morrison chasing me for no good reason, haha. I really don't blog on here much unless I see someone I know or remember. I do read to keep up though. (Mary) The potato chip company my Dad worked for was Clover Club. I also remember Penny Buchanan very well. Would love to hear from her on this blog. Steve, what's in Texas??

  • August 12, 2007

    3:20 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Hey Ron of course I remember you and your house near the Jacobson's and Farbers and the Futera's and what was that guys name Kerry GAllager?. You were the TALL family. Weren't you friends with Mark Weiler? I saw that Mike or should I say Mailman Mike was at the Stock but didn't know he lived with Tommy until my sister Chris mentioned it. She was good friends with James and Steve Donizio and used to ride to school with them in that strange car of Steve's. I saw that Mark McGrath and his wife were at the stock. I think Lynn had a crush on him. Lynn and her friends tee-pee'd (sp) his house on Lynn's birthday one year. Tell Tommy I said hello if he talk to him. I saw Craig a couple of years ago but last time I saw Tommy was at our niece Corrie's H.S. graduation. You appear to be quite the music connoisseur. My sisters went to several concerts at Ebbets field and Lynn and Susan Weiler got invited to party with Black Sabbath but they got wayyyyyyyy lost and never found the party. My nephew still gives her a hard time for missing out partying with Ozzie Osborn. Myself, I am thinking it was probably a blessing. I do recall some very loud and pretty damn good music coming from your house on occasion too and yes I remember when Lynn and Craig were married. Crazy times eh? Someone also mentioned scrubbing wow does that bring back some memories. By the time we were in 7th grade it was all but over but boy did my sister's get it bad.

  • August 12, 2007

    2:19 PM

    MJ writes:

    What's going on with Lance? How about Bill T?

  • August 12, 2007

    2:14 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    what's this?

  • August 12, 2007

    2:08 PM

    Mary Johnson 71 shudda writes:

    Whew - take a breath of air!! I knew Craig Heaverly Tom's bro.. His dad worked for some potatoe chip company I think. Was married to Nedra - Debbie Wise's mom. My best friend was Penny Buchanan - her dad was the head man at the Denver Police Dept. Well, that's another subject. Hopefully everyone will get on board here. A lot of us have branched out on our own chat/blogs.

    Keep blogging though - someone will come through for ya! There's a new blog party coming up somewhere in Denver. Anyone want to fill Steve in?

  • August 12, 2007

    1:55 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Hi Nancy, earlier you mentioned Paul Miller and I saw his brother was blogging. I live near him and actually just bought a car from him last summer. I played lacrosse so I knew Tim Murphy (good to hear he's still hacking with some kind of stick) and in 11th and 12th grade hung out a lot with Julie Coren (Sr. prom date) and Mark Goodside, Jim Diner to name a few. Mary Molen was my girlfriend in the fall semester when you were a soph. and later that year Jenny Jordan but she was going to Manual. I didn't see your picture in my H.S. yearbooks only the 75 Place Roadrunner. I played football and baseball for the Trojans for years with a lot of Ellisites who I became good friends with - Joe Youngren, Mark Wright, Bill Braun, Robert Neugebauer(also deceased), Paul, (Bill Bajema aka Steve's not so little brother played a year with us) we were a long line of guys many that have been on this website that played for a grumpy cop/detective named Bill Roberts or as we called him Mr. Roberts who I beleive may have been Donnie Roberts and for sure Steve Roberts dad. Steve Worsham and Jeff Carr also played Trojans with us but they went to McMean. At Place I played basketball with Andy Poremba, Kent Haagenson (deceased), David Fine and all those guys from Trojans except B. Braun, I went to Ash Grove and lived on Leyden between Mexico and Jewell a block away from both the Counts and Blacks but didn't hang out with them. Katy was a friend of my sister's when they were very young. Kevin Scofield is still one of my best friends. I had a beautiful big black Newfoundland that I used to walk at Cook Park all the time and many people still ask me about him. My sister Lori was a year older so I had a lot of friends, girlfriends and aquaintences from the 77ers too. Don't know if you met Tommy Haverley (cousin of Ron N. & Mr. Welch's & Morrison's favorite person to chase after at Place) at the stock but his older brother was married to my oldest sister Lynn who knows many of these people. I remember when she went to Merrill it must've been in 1968 or 1969 and a bunch of kids from Byers came to Merrill and they had a big fight. I guess that was the beginning of the page turning on a new era of change and tumultuous times. On a lighter note I worked for Joe Priddy's dad at Estate Liquidators Auction on Evans and before that it was of course the Braun's house and Greenhouses. I believe Mr. Priddy started out doing the auction in the Braun's quansit hut that looked like an army barrack. I guess you could mark down that one as being a pretty damn good idea. I heard they bought and have since sold the Ricktofen(sp?) castle. Do you remember when Frito Lay was just down the railroad tracks from there? We used to go there and they would give us free chips that didn't make the grade. How about Butternut bakery across the streeet? My Mom used to get our bread there. Hey do you know anyone that was effected by the Redfield/Buster Brown contamination scandal? We belonged to Skyline Acres rather than the Sands or Virginia Vale so I know many from there too. Way too many names to mention or don't dare. My friends and sisters often tease me about all the sh!@ I remember so I will stop for now.

  • August 12, 2007

    12:40 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Steve Nash, I'm not sure if you remember me or not? we lived at Kearney & Mexico
    maybe you remember my Brother Jim Naeve?
    The Haveley's are our Cousins.
    I'll never forget when your Sister Lynn and Craig Haverley got Married
    the reception at you house was wild, Parents upstairs, Kids down, booze alround.. good time!
    How's Lori doing?

  • August 12, 2007

    11:13 AM

    nancy blackwell '79 writes:

    HI Steve! I looked you up in my yearbook and I do remember your face! I was very shy, so not many people remember me. I hung out with Rhonda Cockrell, Greta Perich, Coleen Malloy, Lisa Underwood, and a couple of other folks, but mainly I was a skater at Alpine and spent my life there. I do remember the Ski bus though! My mom actually let me go up a few times. I was a crazy skier, trying jumps when I shouldn't have. It was a lot of fun!! Who do remember from '78 and '79? Good to have you on.
    Happy Sunday all!

  • August 12, 2007

    10:09 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Mr Rossi and I had the chance to bond almost daily, when the sawed off Nazi swatted me with his Board of Education.

  • August 11, 2007

    10:45 PM

    mary writes:

    lol george!! Mr. Rossi hmm. another Danny Devito huh?

  • August 11, 2007

    9:59 PM

    George B. writes:

    Mr. Gunnison, was injured as a trapeez artist in his youger days. Boy was his class slow.

  • August 11, 2007

    9:55 PM

    George B. writes:

    Mr Beausang, Sarisino,Chord, Bastien.Sims.
    Clark,Maine,MR. ROSSI.

  • August 11, 2007

    5:33 PM

    Steve Nash 78 writes:

    Sorry Mary no relation to Susie or George.

    Hi Jerry no relation to Claudia either but I do remember your brother Shawn, he was always way up at the top of the class in grades if I remember correctly. It's a small world that you are married to Maria's sister Alex I think she was in my sister Chris class 1974. Yep Maria was my girlfriend for a short time in 7th grade. I remember when the accident happened in ninth grade on 9th grade ditch day she had just gotten her braces off and was actually starting to shed some of her shyness. I don't know Alex but I was at some parties with Chris Weiler where Georgia and Patrice Dovas and maybe Debbie Weiler were there with I am thinking Jeff Weiler and friends and couldn't believe it was Maria's sister with the exception of their looks. The introvert (Maria) and extrovert (Georgia). Anyway that was a sad day she was such a nice young lady. Is Georgia's husband's brother the Les that worked at Village Inn? I worked there with Patti and Keith, Tim & Perry. I remember all the O'brien's had very cool mustangs. My sister Lynn knew Kim pretty well too I believe. Sorry I missed the big party I live in Dallas and was fortunate enough to be on a European vacation with my 17yr old son. Oh well maybe next time.

    Patti if you read this I would love to hear from you and all about your class reunion I was going to try to make it up there for the day at the park but we had just returned from Europe. When I saw Jodi last year she said she ran in to you at the work and you had a get together with Shirley. I didn't know Whitty very well but I can't believe she is a teacher at GW. Now that's a brave woman. Anyway it's nice you could all get together and relive the days when neighborhoods were still neighborhoods.

  • August 11, 2007

    4:56 PM

    Mary writes:

    Ok - could do that T. Ouch!

    Sharon Johnson graduated from GW in, I believe 1972. Her dad was a wood class instructor. Now deceased.

    Anyone remember Mr. Johnson at GW?

    Or Sharon for that matter?

    Cat got your tongue? Ewww. Hope not!

  • August 11, 2007

    1:56 PM

    Jerry Larsen71 writes:

    Hi Steve N., pretty wild site, eh? I remember a Claudia Nash from at least Ellis and maybe Merrill, are you related? what year would be your graduation year? I'm guessing you may have known my youngest brother Shawn. I lucked out and married a Rador, Maria's (and Georgia's) older sister, Alex. Sadly, I never had a chance to know Maria. Anyway, welcome to the site, it's been a lot of fun.

  • August 11, 2007

    8:49 AM

    T writes:

    YOU CAN PUT A FORK IN ME

  • August 11, 2007

    4:39 AM

    Mary writes:

    HI STEVE NASH, ANY RELATION TO SUSIE NASH? OR GEORGE, HER DAD?

    i always get awake early. Gotta watch out for the skunks for my yorkies.

  • August 10, 2007

    10:04 PM

    Steve Nash writes:

    I wish I would've heard about this earlier. Many names I know and many I recognize from my sisters Lynn and Chris. I have to say hi to Patti O'brien (I had lunch with Jodi Cohen last summer when I was in town and wished you could have joined us) , Sherry Nanovich and Tom Haverley, Julie Molen, please tell Mary I said hello and also hi to Mark. Georgia Rador I knew Maria and thought she was very sweet and shy. I remember she had a friend who used to play the viola that was taller than she was and she carried it all the way to Place everyday. I knew all the Weilers three of them (Susan, Debbie and Chris) were at our house at much as there own. Kent Haagenson (who has since passed away) Chris, Paul Koentes, David Fine and I used sneak out of Ash Grove and go to lunch at the Creamery and we would split a large cheese pizza. And of course who could forget the Place ski bus. When I was five I tried to slide down the bottle shoot at the Virginia Village Grocery Store and about gave the manager a heart attack.

  • August 10, 2007

    7:14 PM

    Mary writes:

    What about EZ Pickens for your blog fest? Jim Arapkiles original bar - huh? Used to be the old craft something store? Right Ron G? Remember? Next to the old Carlita's Pizza.

    Anyway, Sharon Johnson owns it. Give her a call. Surely you've been there. $5.00 taxi drive to Bills. Shoot, sleep there if too crocked.

    Oh, Mike Makin, the guy that bought it from Jim, has a place in Butte called "the scoop." Have never been there.

  • August 10, 2007

    5:36 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Hey Tom..you gotta share Susan Howard with the rest of us. (BlogFest) Trying to talk Diane (Gabriel) into coming...hooked up with her today. So much fun after 35 years? Susan, I can't wait to see you and catch up. This blog is the best thing. Thor, are you and Ruth gonna be there?

  • August 10, 2007

    4:25 PM

    lance writes:

    hay, i got an idea. if unposted wants info.
    you could tell us your name. and then , we might spill the beans.
    or you might look back a few blogs.

  • August 10, 2007

    3:50 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    HI DOUG,,HEY YOU GOTTA DO WHAT YOU GOTTA DO,,,IF NOTHING TO SAY,,,,JUST POST SAME THING OVER AND OVER.
    GOT YOUR INFO ON WHEN YOU'LL BE IN TOWN, WOULD DEFINETLY LIKE TO TRY TO GET TOGETHER FOR SOME BEERS OR WHAT EVER, I LIVE ABOUT 5-10 MINUTES AWAY FROM YOUR FOLKS

  • August 10, 2007

    1:02 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Tom I see your singlehandedly trying to fill the blog LOL

  • August 10, 2007

    12:41 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    when and where is the blogfeast?

  • August 10, 2007

    11:59 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    AND I CAN'T FORGET GAYLE DAVIS,,,SORRY FOR BEING SO SLOW AT GETTING BACK TO YOU ALSO,,,,THINGS ARE SLOWING DOWN FOR ME NOW,,,I'LL TRY TO GET BETTER AT WRITING BACK TO YOU ALSO. PLANNING TO MAKE IT TO BLOGGFEST?

  • August 10, 2007

    11:58 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    AND I CAN'T FORGET GAYLE DAVIS,,,SORRY FOR BEING SO SLOW AT GETTING BACK TO YOU ALSO,,,,THINGS ARE SLOWING DOWN FOR ME NOW,,,I'LL TRY TO GET BETTER AT WRITING BACK TO YOU ALSO. PLANNING TO MAKE IT TO BLOGGFEST?

  • August 10, 2007

    11:57 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    AND I CAN'T FORGET GAYLE DAVIS,,,SORRY FOR BEING SO SLOW AT GETTING BACK TO YOU ALSO,,,,THINGS ARE SLOWING DOWN FOR ME NOW,,,I'LL TRY TO GET BETTER AT WRITING BACK TO YOU ALSO. PLANNING TO MAKE IT TO BLOGGFEST?

  • August 10, 2007

    11:52 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    I WAS LOOKING THROUGH THE PHOTOBUCKET AGAIN LAST NIGHT AND REMEMBERED THAT WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM RON OR ROYCE GUPTON FOR A LONG, LONG TIME. DID YOU GUYS MOVE AWAY? OR HAVE A PACT TO NOT BLOG ANYMORE?
    RON, MY FRIEND, SHOOT ME AN E MAIL IF YOU WOULD, I THINK I KNOW WHAT THE DEAL IS, AND I CAME ACROSS A PERSON WHO WOULD LIKE TO TALK AND/OR SEE YOU.

    ALSO SAW SHERRY EDWARDS' PIC IN A COUPLE OF PLACES AND NOTICED SHE HASN'T BLOGGED EITHER, SHERRY, HOW ARE YOU DOIN? BEING ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES WHO HAS STAYED AHEAD OF FATHER TIME,,,LOOKING GOOD AS EVER, HOW DO YOU DO THAT? YOU SHOULD THROW IN A NOTE OR TWO. I KNOW THERE AREN'T VERY MANY RESPONSES LATELY, BUT IS A PLEASURE TO READ JUST THE SAME.

    WHILE I'M AT IT, JEANNE JORDAN, YOU NEVER DID COME BACK ON, YOU STILL OUT THERE READING THIS?

    SANDIE'73 SORRY I'VE BEEN BAD ABOUT GETTING BACK TO YOU, EVERYTHING HERE IS SETTLING DOWN A BIT, I'LL TRY TO DO BETTER. HOW DID YOU REINJURE YOUR SHOULDER? STOP THAT!!!

    BLOG IS RATHER QUIET LATELY,,,,BLOGGFEST IS COMING UP QUICKLY,,,ANTICIPATION!!!

    SUE HOWARD....GLAD TO HEAR YOUR RESERVATIONS ARE SET TO MAKE IT TO DENVER,,,,PROMISE TO SAVE SOME TIME FOR ME,,,OK?

    EVERYBODY.....BLOGG ON!!
    STAY COOL,,,IS GOING TO BE A HOT ONE AGAIN

  • August 10, 2007

    11:51 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    I WAS LOOKING THROUGH THE PHOTOBUCKET AGAIN LAST NIGHT AND REMEMBERED THAT WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM RON OR ROYCE GUPTON FOR A LONG, LONG TIME. DID YOU GUYS MOVE AWAY? OR HAVE A PACT TO NOT BLOG ANYMORE?
    RON, MY FRIEND, SHOOT ME AN E MAIL IF YOU WOULD, I THINK I KNOW WHAT THE DEAL IS, AND I CAME ACROSS A PERSON WHO WOULD LIKE TO TALK AND/OR SEE YOU.

    ALSO SAW SHERRY EDWARDS' PIC IN A COUPLE OF PLACES AND NOTICED SHE HASN'T BLOGGED EITHER, SHERRY, HOW ARE YOU DOIN? BEING ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES WHO HAS STAYED AHEAD OF FATHER TIME,,,LOOKING GOOD AS EVER, HOW DO YOU DO THAT? YOU SHOULD THROW IN A NOTE OR TWO. I KNOW THERE AREN'T VERY MANY RESPONSES LATELY, BUT IS A PLEASURE TO READ JUST THE SAME.

    WHILE I'M AT IT, JEANNE JORDAN, YOU NEVER DID COME BACK ON, YOU STILL OUT THERE READING THIS?

    SANDIE'73 SORRY I'VE BEEN BAD ABOUT GETTING BACK TO YOU, EVERYTHING HERE IS SETTLING DOWN A BIT, I'LL TRY TO DO BETTER. HOW DID YOU REINJURE YOUR SHOULDER? STOP THAT!!!

    BLOG IS RATHER QUIET LATELY,,,,BLOGGFEST IS COMING UP QUICKLY,,,ANTICIPATION!!!

    SUE HOWARD....GLAD TO HEAR YOUR RESERVATIONS ARE SET TO MAKE IT TO DENVER,,,,PROMISE TO SAVE SOME TIME FOR ME,,,OK?

    EVERYBODY.....BLOGG ON!!
    STAY COOL,,,IS GOING TO BE A HOT ONE AGAIN

  • August 10, 2007

    10:47 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif

  • August 10, 2007

    7:28 AM

    bill taylor writes:

    lance,, would they toss us out of that area?
    the park at forest sounds like a possible alternitive?
    i remember walking to mcmeen thru that dirt field. at one point there was an old wooden shack in the middle.
    i think my sister hung out with pam oldfield?
    and for years my dad carpooled to work at public service with barney oldfield.

  • August 10, 2007

    6:57 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Happy, Happy Birthday Joy!!! Email me. Hi George.

    Hi Mary.

    Royce B. - how are the chickens doing?

    Have a great weekend everyone.

  • August 9, 2007

    11:40 PM

    George B. writes:

    Opps, I should say that Aug. 9th is my babe's birthday. Happy Day Joy!!

  • August 9, 2007

    7:47 PM

    Mary writes:

    I remember smoking cigs with David Oldfield, Teddy Gilcrest, Pam at the now Potenza Park. I think we were about 9 or so? Do you remember David Oldfield? What about Teddy Gilcrest? I think he's dead - not sure.. His dad Mike died in a DUI accident in Parker.

    Well, I've been sober for 14 days. Anyone on board?

  • August 9, 2007

    7:30 PM

    Mary again writes:

    P.S. I had a great handyman - his ex-wife and good friend didn't hear from him for a few days. Went to see what was going on. He was sitting in front of his computer - dead. He was 64.

  • August 9, 2007

    7:26 PM

    Mary writes:

    I won't be coming to Denver, but what about Potenza Park? End of Forest on Missouri? Walking distance to Bill's. Just have to walk to Lolipop for bathrooms.

    I read everyday here. Know you don't care for me to be on here - but whatever.

    Looking for a good honest handyman to have for my condo. Know anyone?

  • August 9, 2007

    6:47 PM

    lance writes:

    you know you guys, if garland park can't hold us, we could just walk across cherry creek drive and have bill's party down by the creek. who doesn't love a creek? who needs a permit? there's quite a bit of parking along cherry creek drive.

  • August 9, 2007

    8:48 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi Ron N. - That was the fun stuff for sure. Hope all is well with you.

    Happy birthday to all the Dad's.

    Karin - Hope things are calming down for you. Please email me - I sent you my address. Thank you.

    Hi Tom A.

    Dave and Sue - that is great info about your Mom. Our parents were alot cooler than we realized, when we were young and young!!

    Bill W. - How is the remodel going?

    Beth - when you get a minute - please email me your email add. Downsss5@yahoo.com.

    Hey Jody

    Have a good day all.

  • August 9, 2007

    6:29 AM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    EVERY BODY KEEP COOL THOUGHTS,,,GOING TO BE A HOT ONE!!!!!!!1

  • August 8, 2007

    7:42 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    KARIN,,,,,MEANS I'LL HAVE TO DO ANOTHER SHOT FOR LIZ'S DAD,,,AND CHASE IT WITH A BUD.
    IT IS ONE TIME THE FOLKS WOULDN'T MIND US DOIN A LITTLE DRINKIN.
    GREAT MEMORIES FOR SURE, I CAN APPRECIATE THAT.

  • August 8, 2007

    7:22 PM

    karin writes:

    Liz.......... wow yesterday the 7th was my Dad's b'day. he died at only 63 in 1982, I still miss him like it was yesterday. he was a great Dad and was taken away at a very young age. Ill do a shot for your dad if youll slam a budweiser for mine!!!! :)

  • August 8, 2007

    5:23 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Jody, I have met david (nate) several times. Bruce probably has my cd. Its just didnt register with me that nephew means by sis or bros kid.. ! DUH Hope you liked my cd.. Thank you for purchasing it. Nate was and I hope still is a good kid. Havent seen him for a few years.

  • August 8, 2007

    3:46 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • August 7, 2007

    8:33 PM

    Moon writes:

    Rick, come back .... by the jukebox! You know.

  • August 7, 2007

    7:02 PM

    Jody Benson writes:

    Dave P -- my nephew, David. Now goes by Nate. Bruce's son. Maybe I'll have you send him a CD. But I'll have to find a current address -- the army keeps moving him.

  • August 7, 2007

    6:40 PM

    bill Taylor writes:

    OK,, new updates,,
    every time i visit Denver it is an action packed, nonstop whirlwind visit. don't get me wrong, i love all the friends and family i need to see, but goddamn,, it can be rough!! i need to get home to relax!
    so,, here is my new revised schedule,, i hope some of you can still squeeze some time in.

    13th 14th 15th,, open for a get together, bar is fine, altho without Adriane. (she is not all on fire for this anyway),,
    17th i hope to get with my primary drunken buddies,, Thor, wink wink nudge nudge.

    18th is dads 80th,,,

    19th is open,
    20th is out cuz it's too hard traveling hungover.

    Thor,, keep the scoots locked up..i don't have a chance,, altho i most appreciate it!!

    this trip i REALY need to spend with dad.
    but i hope we can squeeze in a get-together during the open days,,,
    thanks for all your effeorts to be there!!!!

  • August 7, 2007

    2:29 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    ....

  • August 7, 2007

    9:30 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Hi enerybody, my mom was instrumental in getting lollpop offically named lollipop lake. She worked for parks and rec and got the four mile house turned into a museum and also got the naming of the lake pushed through. I will ask her about the name of the park..Who was mr or miss garland?
    Jody, What is your nephews name?
    Sabin and I once caught about 50 salamanders from the lake and took them home and put them in a tub. They were all dead the next day! It was sad. No oxygen.
    Hi sandi!

  • August 7, 2007

    8:00 AM

    Mary writes:

    Whatever became of Ron Garland. Last time I talked to him he got clean and sober and was married again and had a baby.

    Anyway, speaking of Lolipop, the park, Garland Park, was named after Ron Garlands grandfather i believe for his involvment with litle league or something like that. Not positive, but he told me something like that. Patty, maybe you can check it out being the fact finder you are.

    Well, got to get ready for work. Think I'll get a respiratory mask so I don't have to smell the smoke.

  • August 7, 2007

    7:55 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    HI Sandie, we used to catch Tadpoles (Polliwogs) in the creek that ran between the tennis courts at Skyline Acres, we would watch them turn into frogs. we used to hang at Lollipop lake too.
    In the early '80's there were organized Volleyball games at the park near Lollipop sponsered by different bars.. good times!

  • August 6, 2007

    11:09 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    HI LIZ,76

    THREE CHEERS FOR YOUR DAD

    HIP,HIP,GULP, HOORAY
    HIP,HIP,GULP, HOORAY
    HIP,HIP,GULP, HOORAY

    SORRY,,NO JIM BEAM,,,JUST JACK.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO LIZ'S DAD

    THINK ANYONE WILL MAKE IT TO 90 AND NOT BE SORRY?

  • August 6, 2007

    8:53 PM

    royceb writes:

    hey,whats going on. you speek of lollypop, i lived up the street and my brother and i would go hunting for ducks with our bows. myron got one in the rear end and it flew over our heads and it made us laugh for awhile but then we started fealing bad. may make you think we were bad guys but they were 'nt little poor crispy critters, at least they could fly. fun days back then. hope everyone is doing well, looking foward to the fall hunt. royceb

  • August 6, 2007

    7:29 PM

    karin writes:

    you guys are cracking me up about lollipop... hey, is it still called that??? anyway, my cuz and I use to go there to catch crawdads, minnow and polliwogs too, and Sandi, we actually DID get a few little baby frogs!! it was cool they would sprout one little leg, then another and then before you knew it, they had all 4 and hopped right out of the dish pan I had them in!! then I d find these poor little dead "crispy" frogs not far from the pan!! :( one time we got into my Dad's fishing gear and took his net. well, everything slipped through that, so we went and got one of my Moms pillow cases. we lined his net with that pillow case and "walla" anything in the water was caught!!!( mom was SO happy on that one) then one time someone told me that fish stayed alive in the winter by freezing into the water and then thawing in the spring...............yeah, ok. well. I HAD to see if this was true, so I took one of our ice cube trays( metal, with the pull up handle!!!!) I very carefully put a minnow in 3 of the cube sections and froze them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! well?? guess what??? it doesn't work!! when I defrosted them they were all floating and dead as a door nail!!!!!!!!!!!!!! how dead is that anyway and what the hell is a door nail?? well, Mom was really upset, because she told me if my Dad would have put those ice cubes in his ice tea..we all would have been dead!!!!!!!!! SOOOOOOOOO i hope I have cleared up one myth for all of you!! I also heard that fish needed to be much colder to stay alive, so I had my dishpan full of minnows in our frig for a few days. all it did was make them all swim much slower!! then when my Dad saw a pan of fish in the frig,,,,,,,,,,,,,,( right next to his spam) he pitched a fit and that was that............no more zoology at the Fletcher house!!! I was banned from the garage, the linen closet and the refrigerator!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • August 6, 2007

    7:10 PM

    lance writes:

    bill, it sounds like sunday the 19th is your open time. please advise...

  • August 6, 2007

    7:09 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Here is a toast to my dad. Today would have been his 90th birthday! Drink a shot of Jim Beam for dad!!! He died 25 years ago - too young.....but we still remember what a great guy he was. Happy Birthday!!!

  • August 6, 2007

    5:43 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • August 6, 2007

    4:31 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • August 6, 2007

    5:45 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning all

    Hi Jody - yum - catching some nice trout around here.
    I remember the fog well. When I lived on the beach in Pacifica my door and car locks would rust up on me. Love WD40. You must of had your sweats on. email add:Downsss5@yahoo.com Good to hear from you.

    Hi Ron N.

    Use to catch polliwogs at Lollipop, take them home and hope for a frog!!!

    Have a great week everyone.

  • August 5, 2007

    8:32 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Yeah. Remember shooting straight down at crawdads with a BB gun and they reflexively snap their backs into an arch and come flying out of the water. Cool.

  • August 5, 2007

    4:30 PM

    Jody writes:

    Has Pffffft been asleep for 5000 blogs? Read back...... I just had to let you all know that it's 58 degrees here right now with heavy fog. I'm even cold! I've felt for you all during the never ending heat! Dave Peters -- I was showing my nephew recent pictures (which included some creamery stock pics), when I hear "Is that Dave Peters -- he's plays the best sax!". I forget he was raised amongst a lot of you. He passed through here during his leave, before going to Denver. Sorry I'll miss lollipop -- reminds me of the keggers. Best to all of you with the scrapes & bruises. Sandie - I have to go back and find your e-mail, unless you post it again. 3 months to crab season!

  • August 5, 2007

    4:19 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Test'n the Blog and saying Hello!

  • August 5, 2007

    3:18 PM

    lance writes:

    liz, that movie gets four stars with me. based on a true story. it's also a real good, feel good story. somebody just told me that Indian is on the come back again.

  • August 5, 2007

    1:56 PM

    Pfffffffffft writes:

    Lance Dance Turtle, Where have I been???? We're having a party at Lollie Pop Lake you got to be kidding me what a cool idea. When is all I need??????? Did anyone out there used to hang out under the bridge right there on Holly and Cherry Creek diggin, building, craw dadding, riding our sting rays and all that kind of stuff like we used to ?????? DOES ANYBODY REMEMBER! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!

  • August 5, 2007

    1:29 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Creamery Kids ! Lippitt the movie critic has flick for all of you motorcycle loving boys and girls. It is called "The World's Fastest Indian", with Anthony Hopkins. I am one that loses interest in the first 15 minutes, especially in the summer. This was a really great little flick. A thumbs up from me!

    Hope to make it to Lollipop Lake...when and what time? And, what to bring???? Let me know! Have a great weekend everyone.

  • August 4, 2007

    6:28 PM

    lance writes:

    not many people can say they are a card carrying sedbo. So, use and not loose your imaginations.

  • August 4, 2007

    6:13 PM

    lance writes:

    where ever we land our group, we will be welcomed. and likewise, we will welcome..
    that's the beauty of things. don't you know.

  • August 4, 2007

    1:22 PM

    lance writes:

    the way i see it is, if the park's dept. or the people in the park can't see the wonderfulness of all this. then, they didn't need to know us.


    we,,, have always had a way to make things friendly.

  • August 4, 2007

    12:30 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    /////

  • August 4, 2007

    10:02 AM

    Mary writes:

    Hi, FYI, you probably need to get a park permit to reseve the space. Things have changed in the last 30 or so years. Someone else may already have it reserved so check with the Parks Department.

    Hot and smokey here in Montana. If I knew I had to smell this smoke every summer from mid July through August, I think I'd live somewhere else. Worse than any City smog. Uggg! Where's the air mask. Sucks!


  • August 4, 2007

    5:13 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone

    Don and I were just talking about Denny yesterday. We were all together at South H.S. for the Steppenwolf concert - wowzers.

    Karin - I did email you twice and now I will follow the new instructions and then destroy the tape!! How are you feeling and you Nancy?

    Hi Dave and Sue.

    Have a great weekend all.

  • August 3, 2007

    10:15 PM

    JerryL71 writes:

    I'd volunteer ('s of America {J.A.}). may be a chance of us driving down. May need some homey muscle for backup though.

  • August 3, 2007

    9:42 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Party at lollipop sounds great!..There is a huge tree on the northwest corner of the lake with a few tables. Not always available, but sunday could be the day . Ithink bill said he is with folks on saturday and we could do the park on sunday. Everyone could byo..Remember to purchase on saturday for sunday. Boy that really makes me sound like a veteran beer drinker doesnt it? No 3.2 for me! I would think someone would have to arrive very early to get a nice shady spot. Any volunteers?

  • August 3, 2007

    8:25 PM

    JerryL71 writes:

    from about May to July we were unable to post from either of our machines at home; we would post and it looked like it was sent to some sort of Rocky Mtn. News e-mail review site. purgatory I'd say. we could read the blog, just not post. tried different things with no luck, so we had to post from our work machines. all of the sudden, it just came back. only difference is that the fields where you place your name are now white instead of that funny yellowish color. weird eh? So Ron N., if you can read this, howdy and good luck., I suspect the problem(s) could be related.

  • August 3, 2007

    6:04 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    PS- I got an email from Ron N. He has tried to post and something with his spyware is preventing him from posting. Hopefully he will get that fixed!!

  • August 3, 2007

    6:01 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Karin et al...The place where Denny Flannigan is going to be is Nissi's. It is at 95th and Arapahoe in Lafayette. I think you can google nissi's for their webpage. I googled Moonrakers Denny Flannigan and came up with a page that has the info on Aug 5th. I am near Lafayette and I knew that Macy's didn't sound right! Nissi's is a fun place with food and drink. The sound system is extra loud, so if you are extra sensitive, bring earplugs! (of course, most of us are partially deaf now anyway ). We saw a great local band, Wadirum, there in April and it was a great location.
    Beth, thanks, I will check out the pics. My back is painful, but at least I will find out in a couple of days what is up with it!
    Bill, cheap and easy.....are you really behaving yourself???? Maybe I will just have to head to Belize someday to meet you. Sorry I can't make the bash.
    Have a good (and safe) friday. And Karin, no hiking for you!!!

  • August 3, 2007

    1:55 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Sandi, Thank you for keeping me informed about the get together in Sept at Augy's. Let me know if I need to send money??
    Hi Joy, I am looking forward to seeing and talking to you and all the Bloggers I used to hang with.

  • August 3, 2007

    12:57 PM

    bill taylor,, behaving writes:

    hey all,, as for the mini fest,, lollipop sounds great to me! cheap, and easy.
    but thats me,, cheap, and easy,,,

  • August 3, 2007

    9:54 AM

    Karin writes:

    ATTENTION, ATTENTION BLOGGERS!!! hey, just got a phone call this morning that DENNY FLANNIGAN from the old MOONRAKERS band. is here from california doing a show this sunday night in Lafayette at a bar called Macy's? I think. anyway, he is on tour doing a show called "name that tune" he will be playing all of the old moonraker hits and I guess he has a really good show. I missed the moonrakers show last summer here in town. anyway, it sounds like a blast to me. He wanted everyone to know he was comming back to town and would love for any of the old fans to come on out and see the show!! he has been able to make a nice living as a musician, but unfortunatly he had to move to cal to do it! he loves comming "home" to Denver and seeing old friends! some of you will remember that he lived right off of florida on fairfax!! anyway, I promised ID put the info out to all the creamstockers that grew up with him!! I guess it really isn't bad to get to this place, like straight out wads will get you there, Ill get more info on the address if anyone is interested. we are going to try and make it, havn;t seen Denny for over 10 yrs! should be a good time! ....................SANDI... did you email me yet for Daves number? I havn't rec'd email from you, however, pls put "DAVE" on it so I know its you ok? I delete them if I dont know them. Joy, I think a party at a prk sounds pretty fun!! more so than a bar. good plannin'!!! keep us posted on allthat stuff too, let me know if I can help in any way too!! Bill, can't wait to meet ya, will be a gas!! and you know?? Im with Nancy.. i want to hear more fun stories about the old hood!! they just make my day!! what a great place to have grown up!!! have a great friday everyone. were headin for the mountains where it is cooler!!!

  • August 3, 2007

    9:44 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif

  • August 3, 2007

    7:59 AM

    Beth Erickson/Hawaiian at heart writes:

    Aloha TGIF all
    Sandie Hows it? Jerry my Honey/betterhalf, is going over to drive a truck for KBR, they supply the army with everything that they need.Is anyone stopping by to see you on the way to or from strugis?
    Jerry and Ally Will keep finger's crossed and pray for rain.We could use some rain also, a nice long cleansing rain to wash down all the dust. Dirt road living lots of dust.
    Nancy Hows the injuries? Posted the pic's on Bills Photobucket site Belizeforum. There's a good one of doug & sandie.Well need to finish cooking down tomato's.Anybody got a good receipe for cucumber's there coming out my ear?
    Joy and Lance Keep the ball rolling and don't lose site.I know that you will figure it out and you'll all have fun.Maybe if its at lollypop you could get Bob D.,John L.Kevin B.Dean N. Kirk S.Tom S.Steve D, there are so many more I could name that we missed at creamstock. Would love to see all of you again.Later Beth

  • August 3, 2007

    6:48 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Morning all - Doug M. - just got off the phone with Don and we were trying to remember, he knew your brother - we think. We lived on Arizona, one block over from Craig. That must be why I was thinking you lived close.

    Don wanted me to let you know that everyone is welcome both nights, but the big CS BBQ, ... is scheduled for Saturday night the 15th of Sept. Dave and the band will play both nights starting around 8.

    Don wants all of you to stop into Augy's on a regular basis. He tends bar there on Friday nights from 7 until close - so come on down!!!

    Happy Friday to all

  • August 2, 2007

    9:48 PM

    Nancy '79 writes:

    Lance, how did you waterski behind a car on the Highline Canal? Please share your misadventure! I only remember catching minnows in the Highline canal by the Eisenhower pool and taking them home. Boy was I disappointed when they died. How was I to know that they couldn't survive in tap water? (Was my childhood benign or what?)
    Beth, where are your pics posted? Joy, I wish I could join everyone at Lollipop. I think Lollipop is the perfect place! Can't get out of the weekend plans we have. I will demand lots of pics of the party! I will SO miss meeting Bill :-(
    I remember skating at Lollipop in the winter. I don't think it even comes close to freezing anymore...Don't forget to cruise by 1450 So. Glencoe! The house used to be pink. I can't believe I grew up in a pink house!! LOL Can't remember what color it is now.
    By the way Bill, some of us don't mind if you sign your posts "by the jukebox in the corner etc."
    Good night all!

  • August 2, 2007

    9:17 PM

    Beth Erickson/Hawaiian at heart writes:

    Aloha All Just got done posting my pic's from Creamstock. Enjoy Later

  • August 2, 2007

    7:48 PM

    lance writes:

    anybody remember water sking the High Line Cannel ? behind a car.

  • August 2, 2007

    7:33 PM

    lance writes:

    joy, the ball needs just a push. was following your prompt.
    as they say, let's get this party going.

  • August 2, 2007

    7:11 PM

    Joy writes:

    Lance -- I 'm just trying to get the ball rolling. If a bar's not what we had in mind, that's fine. Just trying to keep it in the neighborhood :)
    I actually LOVE the idea of Lollipop! I'd bring the volleyball and net (and a ringer for my team -- we're hoping Anna will play varsity this year at GW).

    Where's Royce G? Ron? Come back, please. Tim? Connie?

  • August 2, 2007

    6:59 PM

    lance writes:

    joy, no proctors please. we, bill deserve way better than that. your neighborhood park suggestion would be more fitting, since most of us spent boo coo fun times in the parks. also, it would probably bring back more memories of our younger years. sitting in a bar all afternoon and into the evening doesn't sound too appetizing. we'll probably have more fun and spend less dough. what ever we decide to do, i think we should be outdoors.

  • August 2, 2007

    3:22 PM

    bill taylor writes:

    oops,,, that post was me,, bill

  • August 2, 2007

    1:50 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    i arrive on the 12th,, adriane on the 16th. dads party is saturday the 18th. any day beyond those days will work,,,for now anyways.
    oh,, we leave on the 21st.
    and i was realy only kiddin about a bar close to moms,, i can act like a resposible citizen for one afternoon.
    but,, at the same time, if it was at a bar near moms,, i wouldn't complain!!

    damn,, i musta missed a few entrys,, i didn't see all the injurys going on! hope you all heal up just fine! and good luck with that water bill issue. i have heard they can be somewhat sympaththtic about obvious accidents like your hose. hope they cut you a break!!

    will we be seeing some juciy sturgis photos on the photobucket site??? i'm a hopin so!!
    as some cops used to tell us,,
    "no wheelies,, no dougnuts" yea,, right!

  • August 2, 2007

    11:52 AM

    Joy writes:

    Hi all!
    Nancy -- we're crossing our fingers it's nothing serious!
    Hi Sandie --we're still here, still checking in! Looking for announcements like Dave's re: get-togethers. George's band is playing a wine festival on the western slope :)
    same time as Dave's band at Augy's :(
    So, unfortunately we won't make it to Augy's. Hey, Liz, can you make the wine festival?!
    As for August get-together, a bar near Bill's folks place is that little dive -- Proctor's. Ray W and George B both know it well and Bill wouldn't have to drive -- just keep track of his flip flops!
    We can all keep thinking of other alternatives that are close by -- maybe with a patio if the best time is afternoon of the 17th (TGIF and hello Bill party!).
    Or, we could just meet up at Lollipop Lake or Four-Mile park and BYO food and drink. What's everyone think?

  • August 2, 2007

    11:07 AM

    Nancy G '79 writes:

    Hi all! Thanks for all the notes about my back. FINALLY have a scheduled MRI for Monday night. Had to wait for insurance to okay it-oh brother! Anyway, hopefully all with come out fine! Sandie, I appreciate it and will let everyone know! Dana and all thanks for the Valium advice for the MRI!
    For those of you staying cool by drinking iced coffee, I went to a coffee shop in Longmont about a month or so ago and they asked me if I wanted "dirty" cubes. Had never heard of it, but they freeze coffee in ice cube trays and put them in iced coffee! It keeps the coffee taste going. YUM. Anyway, I do that at home with my leftover coffee in the morning (if I have any). I also have mixed coffee with flavored creamer and froze it. Just my Martha Stewart tip for the day. I am not really doing much right now, so I have to come up with my own entertainment. Hopefully I will be back hiking and working out soon before I go crazy! Beth, I may need your free psych help soon!!
    Does anyone remember where the bumper cars were at the old Elitches? When someone mentioned the golf carts, I was reminded of the bumper cars.
    I would still love to hear some memories of old SE denver neighborhood. Also, would love to hear people's adventures gone bad stories!!
    Happy day everyone and hope everyone is well-did Dana really reinjure his shoulder? Bummer. Take care!!!!!!!

  • August 2, 2007

    10:19 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Sandie I lived on the corner of Louisiana and Elm but hung out with Craig Haverly so i was over your way quite a bit. Didn't you guys live on Arizona and Eudora ?

  • August 2, 2007

    6:01 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi Doug Montrose - I remember you also, I have been trying to remember where you lived - for some reason I thought it was close to us on Arizona - please help refresh my memory. Great to hear from you. How is all with you? Will you be able to make it in for the Sept. get together. If not we can all gather in October - keep me posted. My email: Downsss5@yahoo.com.
    Talk to you soon.

    Aloha Beth - How are you? Yes I am still in WY. Been hot but I love it. Email me so I can get you of this fresh trout. What is your honey - enlisting/signing up for?
    You may have said and I did not go back and look.

    Hi Dave and Sue - that is so cool about your Grandma, my granny lived on her own until she was 96. Hopefully we have some of those marvelous healthy genes!

    Karin - I emailed you regarding Dave Kline's # - thank you. Glad to hear you are on the mend. Valium and maybe a glass of wine for that read?

    Nancy - let us know your MRI results.

    Sounds like Dana might have re-injured his shoulder. Sure hope not - it is riding time in SD.
    Georgia and Dana and all our CS buddies on their way to Sturgis - have a safe one.

    Hi Royce B. - hope all is well with you.

    Has anyone heard from Ron and Royge G? Hi guys - get back on.

    Tom A - What ya doin'?

    A "hello" to Grant, Mikel, Frank and Jim Where are you guys?

    Hi Connie B. - email me, please.

    Have a happy one - all

  • August 1, 2007

    11:32 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Bill Taylor! Glad you are coming home. If you can specify a date that you will be free of obligations. hopefully a weekend dat and or night, maybe karin and I could send an email blitz to all those on the email list . Many people have left the blog but we still have email adsresses! This can be done but we need more specific info. Glad to see so many people back on the blog.. I have been away for awhile took vacation in my back yard and the golf course..
    Ray Wells, I have not forgotten our music project. Summer only happens once a year and yes, golf needs to happen. I found no other email for ron but karin has the whole list. I will ask her.
    Dana and Georgia..Ride carefully!

    Phyliss Bryant (liverman) emailed me today.
    She just moved back to denver from tennessee! Shes ready to join up with us all.
    Welcome back Phyliss!!!!!
    I read in the blog about age.. My grandma died about 3 months ago.. 104 years old!!!
    Ya baby!
    I'll see the flying cars
    I'll see men walk on mars
    Two dollar calls to the wife
    A man that can function
    Bent on self destruction
    and totally in love with his life!
    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
    BLOG FEST BLOGFEST BLOGFEST!!!!!1
    sEPTEMBER 14TH AND 15TH
    AUGYS BAR AND GRILL
    MUSIC BY THE OFFICIAL CREAMSTOCK BAND "WILD BLUE"
    BARBECUE PROVIDED BY CREAMERY KID AND BAR OWNER DON STEARNS.
    A SPEFIC NIGHT HAS NOT BEEN DETERMINED BUT FRI AND SAT ARE FOR ALL ..BAND BOTH NIGHTS!!!!
    WORD OF MOUTH IS VERY IMPORTANT
    SPREAD THE WORD
    ADDRESS ANY QUESTIONS AGAIN TOEMAIL
    ADDRESSES FOR DAVE PETERS OR KARIN HEISERMAN
    ssjogren2@msn.com
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    Thanks

  • August 1, 2007

    9:10 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Everyone,

    Yes, it is so frickin hot up here! Was 101 the other night at 7:00. Wanted to go out and ride, but just couldn't muster the energy. Not even a little breeze....

    What is the plan for Bill's mini Creamerystiock? Can't wait tp meet him. Hey Bill - Do you know where Orange Walk is? A good friend of ours is from there. Also, there was a guy who lives up here in Carbondale who came back from Orange Walk with a bunch of bot fly eggs in his scalp! Yuck! It even got on the Denver news!!! Guess you gotta wear a hat and lots of bug spray - kinda like living in the south...!!! My son lives in Alabama - lots of fleas and really big bugs there! We just have to worry about West Nile!! Take care everyone!!!

  • August 1, 2007

    7:57 PM

    karin writes:

    Hey, thanks for everyones concern on my knees!! they are healed up and haired over!!!not a big deal for sure!! good to hear from everyone too! yes, Im thinking that the vacation should have stopped at the turtle event too!! havn't got water bill yet. will take a valuim and then open, not a problem huh?? HI ROYCE!! goo d to hear from you, but sorry about your chickens dude, really- that sucks. and RIGHT ON with what you had to say about the idiot on here.......go away!!!! there always has to be some creep in the works huh?? just ignor, they aren't worth the time to respond!! is everyone getting thorugh the heat ok? LIZ, is it hot up your way?? I bet is is!so when does Bill get there and what are we all doing?? I want to get it on my calendar! can'twait to meet him!! Ill have my flip flops ready!! and maybe some rum too right??? enjoying a reeeeealy nice rain right now!! hope all is good with everyone!! goodnight all!!

  • August 1, 2007

    5:43 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    .....

  • August 1, 2007

    2:03 PM

    JerryL71 writes:

    I work in Meridian, Tom, about 7 miles west of Boise. close enough, eh? September and October are actually primo months around here. try and stretch it out if you can.
    Beth, except for the smoke, were okay around here so far, crossing our fingers that something doesn't get started up in the boise front. almost a million acres in Idaho have gone up, with the height of the fire season a few weeks away yet.
    Dana and Georgia: if you get this before you leave today, we hope you have fun up there, your niece and nephew both say howdy, too.

  • August 1, 2007

    10:45 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • August 1, 2007

    10:30 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • August 1, 2007

    7:56 AM

    Beth Erickson/Hawaiian at heart writes:

    Aloha kakahiaka Hows it?
    Sandie are you still in wy? Are you staying cool.It sure has been a hot summer so far.Hope it cools down for those of you going to Sturgis.Have fun, would like to make it up there someday.
    Tom A. and Nancy srinks are not worth the money, All we need is a good listener.I have pretty big ear's for that.
    Jerry and Alex how's it up in Id.Your not on fire are you? Talked to a friend the other day in ca. she had planes and helicopter's flying over for a fire there.Seem like everytime I turn on the wheather channel there's another fire up that way or in MT. Liz did I read that you had cd of the letter from bill and the party? If so I would like to get one write me at ericksonwinemiller@sbcglobal.net.
    Julie,and Mark Where are you? It was really nice seeing you again, keep in touch, as with all of you.Need to publish my website today so better sign off for know.Lots of love Beth

  • August 1, 2007

    7:22 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • August 1, 2007

    5:57 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    I need to say hi to Sandie and tell her I do remember her and her sister Debbie

  • August 1, 2007

    5:52 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Just booked my flight into Denver for my parents 60th anniversary and will be available on Oct 19th a Friday night if anyone would like to have a couple beers and catch up. I will be staying at 225 and Iliff

    My email is doug@acousticsandspecialties.com

    Dana hopefully your Sturgis trip goes well this will be the first year since 1975 that I have missed.

  • August 1, 2007

    5:41 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi there Les, all is great here, hope the same is true for you. Not to worry, you have always been a sweetheart. It was nice to finally get a chance to dance. I will try to practice and maybe we can again in Sept. How is work? Sounds like you have been busy.
    I take it you don't go to Sturgis and are house sitting. Actually you told me that at CS - just forgot or remembered!!!
    Take care and we will talk soon.

    Hi Lance - I agree about the silver/gold, but we are all very fortunate to be able to share that. I just avoid mirrors!

    Hi Nancy - hope you are feeling a little better. I agree with Dana - take the medicine - it really helps.

    Karin - how are your boo-boo's? Hope you are getting better as well.

    Hi Tom - Arm hurts, a little better than it was. Re-injured it last weekend!!! Thank you for asking.

    Hi Beth - good to hear from you.

    Joy and George - how are you?

    Dana and Georgia - have a terrific and safe time.

    Happy and SAFE day to all.

  • August 1, 2007

    4:50 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning all

  • July 31, 2007

    10:27 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Hey good to see you all talking, thought this was dying out. Nanc take your favorite CD with you, you can listen to that and ask em for some valium. Gets you through the MRI in no time. Shoulders great been golfing already.

    Were off to Sturgis tomorrow, talk at you all when we get back. Have a great time at Bubbieville. Ray we'll get everyone together and do a golf day. Maybe we'll even get Kim (tiger) O'brien out.

    Les were out of here for 12 days, your on duty. Hope you don't get to many calls. Later all.

  • July 31, 2007

    10:21 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    HEY JERRY L. SORRY ABOUT NOT STAYIN IN TOUCH ABOUT MY STILL UPCOMING TRIP TO YOUR AREA. JOB WAS POSTPONED TIL END OF AUGUST, IF THEY AREN'T CAREFUL THEY'LL HAVE TO FIND SOMEONE TO GO IN MY PLACE....IF IT RUNS TOO CLOSE TO MID SEPT. THE JOB IS ACTUALLY IN MERIDIAN,,,,CLOSE TO YOU?
    I'LL TRY TO BE BETTER AT KEEPING YOU POSTED.

    BY THE WAY...SANDIE, HOW IS YOUR SHOULDER FEELING? I HAVEN'T HEARD ANY NEWS ON THAT IN A WHILE.

    KARIN,,,LET ME KNOW ON THE MUSIC,,,MAYBE I CAN PUT TOGETHER SOME HEALING MUSIC TO SPEED THINGS UP.

    LANCE,,,,I'M STILL AROUND, JUST WATCHING FROM THE SHADOWS TO MAKE SURE YOU ALL ARE BEING "GOOD DOOBIES"
    MAYBE I'LL LEARN SOMETHING.

  • July 31, 2007

    3:45 PM

    Beth Erickson/Hawaiian at heart writes:

    Aloha ahiahi Hows it everyone? Royce sorry about the chicken's poor thing's.You better get your aim back. I got the gun out the other day and practiced on my shooting It was a warning to my trailer trash neighbor,just keeping him on his toes.It's been hectic here, took Jerry, my better half, to memphis for a flight to huston for processing for iraq. He wants some of that tax free money.I think he's kind of crazy,He said there are people from all over the world down there in houston for processing.Lots of work and lots of hoop's to jump through.Not for me don't like hoop's.I'll stay here where it's nice and quiet.Is everybody safe from the fires?Just got cought up on the news and weather.Karin and Mike sounds like you should have just camped in the driveway when you went back for the turtle.I hate trip's like that.Hope you and nancy will be booggin before to long..Bill are you getting excited?Know that I don't have any responsbility's maybe I can post some of my pic's from creamstock.Have a good one of Julie and Jerry.Didn't take as many as I should have.Stay cooool everyone.Later

  • July 31, 2007

    3:34 PM

    lance writes:

    s.o.s., karin and dave,
    any ideas for our friends coming from belize.

  • July 31, 2007

    3:24 PM

    lance writes:

    sandie, i wish silver was worth more than gold. i have a whole lot more silver than gold.
    and no i haven't seen les latly.

  • July 31, 2007

    1:27 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    .....

  • July 31, 2007

    8:23 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! Sandie, thanks for the good thoughts. I have a low back MRI coming up. My trick is to ask them how long I will be in the machine, multiply seconds by the minutes and start at that number. Of course for a half hour I have to count from 1800! I close my eyes when I go in and try to keep them closed or I feel like I am in a coffin, yikes! Maybe drugs would be easier???
    I am not sure about the golf cart thing, Karin and I may find a way to wreck or roll it!!
    I am not sure I will see Bill! I am distraught about that, I really want to meet you Bill! I have to be away the weekend of the 17th of August. I am not sure what date is set for a get together.
    Ron N, where are ya bud? Sorry I have been out of touch. I will email you today, I promise!
    Joy, where have you been??? I also have not seen another '79er for awhile (except for Ron). I will be in touch with all of you guys soon.
    Did anyone ever talk to any of the Days? Say hi to them for me.
    Dana, how is the shoulder for golfing?
    Happy day everyone (and safe too as Sandie says). Maybe Karin and I belong in a padded cell.....


  • July 31, 2007

    7:02 AM

    Les Lallo writes:

    Sandie! Sorry, thats like the 3rd time you said hello and I didn't respond! Pretty sorry, huh?
    Dang; was I always like that?
    Take care, and I trust everything is going well with you?
    After all those years, we finally got to dance together..............pretty cool.

  • July 31, 2007

    6:22 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone

    Lance - Silver is correct for 100 points. How have you been? Seen Les lately? Hi Les.

    Hey Royce - Sorry to hear about your chickens. I did not know you had stopped a few years back-you never said a word!!!

    Nancy - So sorry to hear about your accident. What are you having the MRI done on? I have to have drugs to get in that little tube. Sounds like you are really sore, hope you feel a little better today. Keep us posted.

    Hi Ray, how have you been? - Adventures Gone Bad sounds good , Karin and Nancy get the first chapter. We can all have a turn at a chapter and then turn in into a sitcom - what do you think???
    Fund the retirement camp. Royce should get a chapter for his chickens. With CS and Sturgis coming up - could be some great stories??

    Karin and Nancy - truly hope you are feeling a little better. Maybe you two should stay off the mountain for a day or two. JK

    Karin - How are you feeling? On the mend I hope. How is everything else working out? I will email you today, re: Dave Kline.

    Hi Bill T - On count down mode. You wanted the golf cart position - right? Maybe you should bring a few for Karin and Nancy to test drive!!!

    Hi Tom A - I am back up and running, talk to you later today.

    Hi Dougie - where ya been? When do you leave for Sturgis?

    Have a Happy and SAFE Day All

  • July 30, 2007

    11:10 PM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    Bill, I am glad you liked the MP3/CDs, I am working on a few more.
    when are you comming to town?
    I have been away for a while on the Bike,and I bought 2 4x4 ATVs what a kick in the ass!!
    I have seen parts of our mounains I never thought I would see till I was looken down!

  • July 30, 2007

    10:51 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    We Demand EGGS !!

  • July 30, 2007

    8:14 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 30, 2007

    7:36 PM

    lance writes:

    tom A.,, where are you?

  • July 30, 2007

    6:14 PM

    jlarsen71 writes:

    Patty HM: The contents of that original post didn't pass the smell test for me either. I think too many inaccuracies - innocent and otherwise - are being piggybacked on a terrible national tragedy. Thanks for the research and effort in setting the record straight.
    Tom A: did you ever make it to Boise? It's still plenty hot, but this week promises to be a bit cooler. July, so far: only one day below the 30 year avg. high - an 89 insead of a 90 on the 20th. October should be nice.

  • July 30, 2007

    2:08 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Karin, it is so weird. I didn't see your post yesterday when I was posting mine at 3:34pm. Thanks for the thoughts. Hope your knees heal. I got a bad bruise and scrape in my 2nd fall on my right knee, I feel YOUR pain. I will know more when I do my MRI. I already have a torn disc in my back and hopefully I didn't do anything else to it! Maybe we should seriously start thinking about a co-op "home" for all of us as we get older! I am not counting on Medicare....
    Ray, didn't the Days have a "fort" in their back yard or is it my imagination? I will have to ask Liz since she was closer in age to them. I am sure there were wild times on Glencoe. I can remember my dad saying "Damn teenagers!" Unfortunately, now I catch myself saying the same thing.....
    Later dude and dudettes!

  • July 30, 2007

    1:40 PM

    Patty Morgan 71' writes:

    Oh Mike and Karin! So sorry to hear about your vacation!!! I hope the water bill isn't as bad as you suspect... have you contacted the water dept. to beg for mercy? Hugs, Patty

  • July 30, 2007

    1:38 PM

    Patty Morgan 71' writes:

    Mary, I checked out those stories at Snopes and found them to be urban legends...
    There's sure enough bad for all the politicians out there to go around..
    I like this definition of politics:
    poly means many, and
    ticks means blood suckers.. :))

    http://www.snopes.com/rumors/north.asp

    http://www.snopes.com/rumors/atta.asp

  • July 30, 2007

    8:57 AM

    Ray writes:

    Hi Nancy, yes there was PLENTY of wildlife "going on," on Glencoe St, just wasn't coyotes!
    Good to hear from you too.
    Hi Sandi '73!

  • July 30, 2007

    7:40 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Hi Ray! Haven't heard from you in awhile. We have coyotes in our neighborhood too. Last night it sounded like a wild Creamstock party!! We never had much wildlife on Glencoe. I guess they knew not to mess around with Leroy, my German Shepherd. I look forward to hearing about more adventures gone bad. I didn't really have any that I can remember. My sister Liz was a little wilder than I was, weren't you sis???
    Have a good day everyone!

  • July 30, 2007

    7:26 AM

    Ray Wells writes:

    Hey Royce, are you herding those coyotes up north, I've got some showing up in my neighborhood and I don't even have any chickens yet. What's up with that?
    I think we could start a whole new chapter on "adventures gone bad" stories. Hey Dana, how about that one from Cheesman?
    Dave and Dana, lets get some golf going.. I'm in.

  • July 29, 2007

    7:44 PM

    bill taylor, STILL by the juke box, near the corner!! writes:

    cyber world is full of folks with 'keyboard courage'. ignore them.
    i'm told the 18th is dads day. so any other day will work for us,, as far as i know now. mom may try to slide something in but i can manuver.
    looking forward to an afternoon with some old friends!! and new ones as well!!
    found some flip flops today,, i'm all set.

  • July 29, 2007

    5:44 PM

    royce b writes:

    if you don't have nutten nice to say, find some one else to talk to or be a man about it and put your name in here and lets have a little meeting dirt bag. it only takes one bad egg to spoil everything and i will trace your little computer game and let every one know who you are. that is so stupid it makes me sick.
    how's every normal person doing? don't worry about that dude, i'm having it worked on as we speak. he better not be dressed like a coyote. i guess some people just don't have a life. it's going to be good to see you again bill, been a couple years. lance, may need your back-up. never mind lance, got big dogs.

  • July 29, 2007

    4:52 PM

    lance writes:

    damn, did some of you get up on the wrong side of the bed today? CHILL out. boring? i guess we're not your cup of tea.

  • July 29, 2007

    4:30 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi everyone! It's been awhile. Bill - so glad to know you are coming. Can you guys plan a Friday or Saturday night to get together so I can come down to meet you??? My new boss is not real into giving the newby's time off to play. Boy it is hot up here today! I am so ready for a little cooler weather. Have a great rest of the weekend Creamery kids!

  • July 29, 2007

    4:30 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi everyone! It's been awhile. Bill - so glad to know you are coming. Can you guys plan a Friday or Saturday night to get together so I can come down to meet you??? My new boss is not real into giving the newby's time off to play. Boy it is hot up here today! I am so ready for a little cooler weather. Have a great rest of the weekend Creamery kids!

  • July 29, 2007

    3:37 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    See what I mean??

  • July 29, 2007

    3:34 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Tom, I will need a shrink too when I am older. Well, I could use one now....
    My husband's grandma is 102 and still physically well, but it is tough to see her mental state. I don't think I will make it to 102! I might if everyone at the "home" is still partying. I would hate to miss a good party!! If we are all living together, we may not need a shrink! Why do they call them shrinks? Maybe I will post that question in the Ask! blog!
    This blog is posting soooo slow. I am sure that is why we get so many double posts. It is hard to tell if it takes or not.
    Good day!

  • July 29, 2007

    3:34 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Tom, I will need a shrink too when I am older. Well, I could use one now....
    My husband's grandma is 102 and still physically well, but it is tough to see her mental state. I don't think I will make it to 102! I might if everyone at the "home" is still partying. I would hate to miss a good party!! If we are all living together, we may not need a shrink! Why do they call them shrinks? Maybe I will post that question in the Ask! blog!
    This blog is posting soooo slow. I am sure that is why we get so many double posts. It is hard to tell if it takes or not.
    Good day!

  • July 29, 2007

    3:26 PM

    karin writes:

    sandi, I have Dave clines numbers, send me an email and remind me to send it to you ok?Nancy!! I feel your pain girlfriend! rocks never budge do they?? I still have really bad looking knees from MY run -in with them!! hope you are ok and doing better!!man...... some days are diamonds.............some days are STONES!!!! some of us can reeeaally relate to that here recently!!Hey, who asked me if Im interested In jefferson airplane??? YEP-SIR I sure am what do you have in mind?? a cd? let me know who you are ok?Id still love a copy of white rabbit!! well, better go get stuff done for " mondy, monday" it will be here before i know it!! have a good sunday pals!!

  • July 29, 2007

    2:49 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    NANCY79....HOPE WE CAN RAISE ENOUGH FUNDS FOR THAT KIND OF HELP...MAY REQUIRE MORE HELP THAN WE HAVE SEEN OR REALIZE. I KNOW I SURE COULD USE SOME SOMETIMES.

  • July 29, 2007

    2:44 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    LAST POST FROM ME,,,SORRY

  • July 29, 2007

    2:42 PM

    TOM ARMSTRONG writes:

    LAST POST FROM ME,,,SORRY

  • July 29, 2007

    2:41 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Sue H. Has been real good talking to you,,,,very much looking forward to the next time. Glad to know you are going to make it to Bloggfest,,,you'll really enjoy the band, good old friends,,,,and who knows what else? Most likely there won't be near enough time,,,you know what I mean?

    Hope everybody is just being quiet to build energy for the upcoming bash....and I don't mean heads.

    Sandie73,,hope the move went well,,let me know when you are back on line ok?

    Karin...interested in JEFF. AIRPLANE?

  • July 29, 2007

    2:26 PM

    nancy '79 writes:

    Rock on Tom. Maybe we should include psychiatric help at the retirement home......

  • July 29, 2007

    2:03 PM

    TA writes:

    I SEE THE BORED ONE IS BACK,,,,SO BORED???? FIND SOMETHING ELSE TO DO,,,,SAVE THAT STUFF FOR "YOUR SO CALLED FRIENDS", IF YOU HAVE ANY

  • July 29, 2007

    10:39 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    THIS BLOG IS GETTING REAL BORING AND BILL IN THE CORNER, AT THE TABLE, BY THE JUKE BOX WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? IS THAT ALL YOU DO IN BELIZE? WHY DO YOU HAVE TO RUB IT IN YOU LIVE THERE?

  • July 29, 2007

    9:20 AM

    nancy '79 writes:

    MANY of us are excited that Bill is coming to town!! Bill, have a safe trip and I am sure you at least have a pair of flip-flops?

    Karin, sorry about your day from hell. I had one, too, I thought I would share...My hubby and I went past Nederland to hike and the keys got locked in the car. No spare, of course. Wouldn't let hubby break a window. We met a nice guy driving down to Ned and he ended up taking us all the way home (almost an hour drive). Nice guy-restores my faith in fellow human beings. He wouldn't even take $5 for gas. My car keys were locked in the car at the trail head, no spare, so we called hubby's parents and they took us back to the car. After hiking a mile to the car (didn't want the parent's Prius to drive over all the pot holes) we decided to go to the lake we were headed to...bad decision. We got to the lake and had a dip and on the way back down I slipped on a wet rock and went down on my tailbone. I thought that was bad, then I fell again and rolled on some rocks about 30 minutes later. I think I am going to need the "Home" sooner than I thought...I am still hurting, have to have an MRI this week. I guess I will buy some walking sticks for hiking whenever I am able to do it again. I felt like that lady in the commercial "I have fallen and I can't get up" Would've been funny if it didn't hurt so much!! I should not have hiked after 3 hours delay...We now have spare keys hidden on the car, one of those things you say you will get around to and never do until something happens.

    Now we are having bad neighbor issues. What a week, it can only get better, right???

    Happy Sunday all!

  • July 28, 2007

    6:41 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    whooooo!!! gives a shit???????

  • July 28, 2007

    2:52 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    all righty then,, Internet is back, wireless is up, plane tickets are bought, beer is cold,, what could co wrong?
    i arrive in Denver on the 12th,, Adriane arrives on the 16th. we both leave the 21st.

    big daddy's 80th birthday bash is either the 18th or 19th,, not sure. can't miss that!!
    the rest i hope to spend with the family.

    any time at any location will work for us for a meeting of the minds. closer to moms would be easier on my recently perfected drunk driving habit. once the coppers see my belizean drivers license, they may deport me!
    we live on a dirt road with no cops,, for 9 years i have done what-ever-thee-hell i want to! when i get to the states,, it's hard to act 'civilized'!!
    (i was told i need to catch up on what is considered 'acceptable behavior'??)

    Thor,, keep the scoots pointed towards the door and remain flexible.

    Royce,, what are chickens crossing the road?
    poultry in motion!

    lance,, can i get some shoes in Houston airport?

    WHOO HOOO!!

  • July 28, 2007

    1:34 PM

    joy writes:

    ditto what Lance just said to Royce! Happy weekend all. See you tomorrow Dave and Sue!

  • July 28, 2007

    1:07 PM

    lance writes:

    royce, give them chickens some of your charm. they'll be feeling their oats in no time.

  • July 28, 2007

    11:55 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Dana, bubbieville got its name from sabins nick name that his mom called hin when we were kids. I went to the driving range tues after my atrocious golf on monday . Left foot now firmly on the ground. Played the back nine at fox hollow wed. Got a 44. Ball going straight and far! More golf more golf!

  • July 28, 2007

    10:49 AM

    royce b writes:

    lance, still got 3 chickens left, they are so scared they stopped laying. of course i stopped laying damn near 2 years ago so i know how they feel. i was thinking we should put together a photo album of our get togethers. i know a lot of people took pictures at the party. it's good to see people back on here, i haven't checked this for a couple weeks. karen, hope everything is going better for you guys,if you need anything just holler. gots to go chase coyotes,later royce b

  • July 28, 2007

    10:01 AM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    hey folks,,

    my computer took a big dump,, just got it back but things are still funky. i'll be back in awhile with dates,, get the beer cold!!
    lance,, that's my first stop,, somewhere to buy shoes!

  • July 28, 2007

    9:52 AM

    lance writes:

    sandie, maybe we should call it, our silver years. man, you should see my hair.

  • July 28, 2007

    6:51 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Hi Lance - you are right about that, I am actually starting to tarnish!!

    Karin - hope all is going better for you guys. Do you happen to have an email address for Bill Day and Dave Kline? My brother and Dave want to get in touch and I forgot to get Dave's # at CS. Found one in phone book, just want to make sure it is the right one.
    If you are uncomfortable giving them out, would you mind emailing them and giving them mine? Sorry to be so much trouble, but really appreciate it.
    Downsss5@yahoo.com Thank you.

    Have a great weekend everyone.

  • July 28, 2007

    6:50 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hi Lance - you are right about that, I am actually starting to tarnish!!

    Karin - hope all is going better for you guys. Do you happen to have an email address for Bill Day and Dave Kline? My brother and Dave want to get in touch and I forgot to get Dave's # at CS. Found one in phone book, just want to make sure it is the right one.
    If you are uncomfortable giving them out, would you mind emailing them and giving them mine? Sorry to be so much trouble, but really appreciate it.
    Downsss5@yahoo.com Thank you.

    Have a great weekend everyone.

  • July 27, 2007

    4:29 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgiffff

  • July 27, 2007

    4:19 PM

    lance writes:

    dana, what's an ira?
    sandie, many of us are in our golden years now.

    tap,tap... bill t, are you now the invisible man now?

  • July 27, 2007

    1:03 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 27, 2007

    9:21 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif

  • July 27, 2007

    6:57 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Good morning everyone

    Dana - that is kind of a painful subject right now, just have to sit on everything and wait it out - hopefully we
    will have something left for our golden years at the CS camp!!!!

    Sue H and all - Don said Sept. 14 and 15 the band will start at 8pm. The BBQ is on the 15th. Will post additional details as they become available to me.
    Hope that helps.

    Have a joyful day all

  • July 27, 2007

    6:00 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone

    Dana - that is kind of a painful subject right now, just have to sit on everything and wait it out - hopefully we
    will have something left for our golden years at the CS camp!!!!

    Have a joyful day all

  • July 26, 2007

    9:33 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Oh just thought I'd ask, how's everyones IRA's today?
    Later

  • July 26, 2007

    9:31 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Karin sorry to hear about all of that, guess we won't be seeing you at the heads. We're out of here next week, guess were gonna miss the 4th. Dave told us all about bubbieville. Sounds like great fun. Maybe we can make the next one. Don't think he told us though, where the name bubbieville came from? Oh no recepie yet, owners been out of town.

    Dave sorry should of called you but golf is out for tomorrow. Big tournament and wedding at the course. Stay in touch we'll go again. Great music. We'll get the CD back to you.

    Later us.

  • July 26, 2007

    7:40 PM

    karin writes:

    where the heck is eveyone??? Bill when are you comming so we can plan your party?? can't wait!!

  • July 26, 2007

    6:11 PM

    lance writes:

    bill t., maybe you forgot .but august is like tomorrow! find those plane tickets, look at the date on them and write us. we should pin this down. this aint belize. and bring some shoes.

  • July 26, 2007

    4:32 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    .....

  • July 26, 2007

    10:05 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    ?

  • July 26, 2007

    6:00 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Karin - sounds great - mini vacation without leaving home. Your in my thoughts.

    Joy - I sure am going to try. Was talking with Don yesterday and planning a runaway weekend before J's school starts. I still can not get use to school starting Aug. 20th.

    Sue H. - Don & I will talk again today - I could not hear him very well, will get the info for Sept. and let you know ASAP.

    We are having a nice early morning rain here - sure smells and sounds nice. Hopefully you all are getting a cool down as well.

    Have a happy day everyone.

  • July 25, 2007

    5:25 PM

    karin writes:

    Sandi, NO problem, when you loose your sense of humor, you loose it all right??? were fine and will recover from the new landscaping as well. I won't have to water until next June, and neither will my neighbors!! we traded in the lawnmower for a nice boat!! no problem now!! i can paddle over to the deck and sip a cocktail, havn't seen any fins go by yet, that is a good thing!! I thought I saw my neighbors putting up a lighthouse..should help us get back to the dock....................

  • July 25, 2007

    3:53 PM

    Joy writes:

    Hey Sue! It will be good to see you.
    Hey Sandi -- will you be coming for the next get-together?
    And Hey Bill and everyone ....are we partying or not in August? Time to plan!

  • July 25, 2007

    3:45 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    .....

  • July 25, 2007

    2:29 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 25, 2007

    5:25 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Bless your hearts - what a mess. Won't the water dept. give you a break? Maybe we could have a fund raiser - good excuse to get the CS gang together. There is a lot to be said for condo's and renting - sometimes!!!

    Thank heavens for your sense of humor - you crack me up. I know now in addition to #2 pencils, what to get you guys for Christmas - surfing and scuba stufffffff. Bill doesn't have anything on you - HA. Sure glad Sabin was near to help - tell him I said "hello"
    Take good care and keep up the humor.

    Good morning everyone. Have a happy day.

  • July 24, 2007

    9:17 PM

    karin writes:

    sandi..........Im pretty sure we did see the griswalds along the trip!! they were scootin along with no problems!! NO hubcaps though!!! we are thankful to be home, we now have ocean front propery iin morrison have you heard???? traded my skateboard for a surfboard!!!!!!!!!! the water board came out and did a reading for us and we only have to pay for about 175,000 gallons of wasted water!! not bad huh??Im thinking that it will be more than the house pymt, who knows??? ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh a condo is sounding REEEAAAALLY good at this moment!! lock the door and boogie............ hummmmmmmmmmmm and the problem with this is????????? sooo, in the big picture of life I guess my advice is to walk softley and carry snorkle equiptment......!!!!!!!!!!!

  • July 24, 2007

    8:15 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    evening

  • July 24, 2007

    4:08 PM

    lance writes:

    royce,, what is the agriculture report on youts, chickens and eggs?

  • July 24, 2007

    1:06 PM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Sue H. - I will blog as soon as I talk to Don and let you know what the plan is.

    Mike and Karin - Now that you are home safe, I must ask if you saw Chevy Chase and family in a station wagon anywhere along your adventure? You didn't pass Wally World did you? I bet you guys won't be wanting grilled salmon, anytime soon. Hope all worked out with your yard. What a mess. Glad you and your babies made it home safe and sound. I bet that mudslide was scary, I feel for those people and their homes.

    Hi Joy, George, Les and everyone - have a great day and try to stay cool.

  • July 24, 2007

    9:49 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi bloggers

  • July 24, 2007

    6:47 AM

    les (would have been 73 if i had any sense) lallo writes:

    Susan (Howard that is)......................what do you hear from Doug?
    Have him e-mail me at llallo@auroragov.org!

  • July 23, 2007

    7:32 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    I will be in Denver Sept. 14th and 15th. Tom told me there was going to be a BBQ at Augy's. I need to know what's going on, so I make plans to see the old creamery gang.

  • July 23, 2007

    11:33 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    zzzzz

  • July 23, 2007

    11:27 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    goog aft

  • July 23, 2007

    11:24 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 23, 2007

    11:21 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 23, 2007

    9:42 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 23, 2007

    9:35 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 23, 2007

    9:22 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 23, 2007

    7:44 AM

    Cathi Sommer writes:

    Paula - my email address is somrhere@msn.com

    hope to hear from you

  • July 23, 2007

    6:41 AM

    karin(surfing in my backyard) H writes:

    Hey Dave, yep planning on the 4th for bubbieville!! should be great .will call youguys.well, we had the funnest thing happen last night! we were just hangin at the homestead when the doorbell rings, probably 5-ish, and who is out there but our CS buddies Craig O'Brien, Greg Drieling and Thor!!! it was Yvonnes B'day and they came to kid-nap us and take us to her party!! so we piled into the back of a pick up truck and away we went to do HUGE blast from the past with Yvonne. i was thinking about it this morning and it has probably been 35 yrs since we had seen each other!! strange thing is we live in the same hood!! it was SO great to see her again and we had a ball!! great spending time with all the fun folks there!! we will all stay in touch from now on. what an incredible thing this whole deal has been. wow. we all have these great new friends and have reconnected with our old ones as well!! does it get much better than that?? how many folks ever get a chance to do this?? none, that I know of!! we sure are a lucky bunch arn't we??? anyway, thanks guys for the great "kid-nap" we needed a little fun !!!

  • July 22, 2007

    8:04 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hi Dave, you are probably right. I can't say I know any of this stuff - just passing it along!!

    Torn out t-shirt is due here!! Been hovering around 100 way too long.

  • July 22, 2007

    7:49 PM

    Sue for Dave P writes:

    Karin and mike ..what a bummer! Sorry you went thru all that. Is bubbieville walkabout weekend after next?
    Dana.. yes I got the message about t-time and left you a message in return. Am planning on wearing my swim trunks and a torn out t-shirt to the golf course..what with the heat and all!
    See ya tomorrow morning!
    Mary.. I think it was also bill clinton who authorized an attack on one of osama's training camps. Missed him.

  • July 22, 2007

    7:19 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Too bad any of us are married!

  • July 22, 2007

    4:52 PM

    lance writes:

    royce ,,, how's the chicken department, doing? . i have some ideas.

  • July 22, 2007

    4:24 PM

    lance writes:

    oh billy bob taylor, why yes, of course a bottle of one barrel sounds good. do we need to contact the mayor of placencia to know when you are coming? what the blank is up??? are you a member of a clique or a click? never mind, just answer the question.. we have a whole new clique waiting to meet you. too bad your married.

  • July 22, 2007

    3:08 PM

    Paula (Jones) Quintana writes:

    Karin,
    Did someone get Email addresses from the people at CS I' m looking for Cathy Sommers Email Address. Does anyone have it ? Thanks Paula

  • July 22, 2007

    12:57 PM

    Annie Oakley writes:

    Buffalo Bill won't you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight, Buffalo Bill won't you come out tonight - and Dance by the light of the Moon.

    Navia

  • July 22, 2007

    11:01 AM

    Mary writes:

    Karen, what a bummer. I've had a few trips like that. When we lived in Denver, took a trip to Fish Creek above Steamboat. Donnie and I had a canoe and couldn't agree on how to row. Tipped over, lost all our gear, nobody around at all. I was mad as a hornet. This was in September. Swam to shore while Donnie held onto the canoe. Anyway, I wouldn't go back in the water. He did.
    then on the way home, our brakes went out going down the mountain. Had to pull over and cool them off with beer, I think it was beer. Donnie didn't have his license so I had to drive and that made it even worse because it was dark and I can't see at night.

    Anyway, good to see you on the blog.

  • July 22, 2007

    10:53 AM

    karin writes:

    Sandi, Sabin is just great!! he is so fun to know these days. we spent the weekend with him and one night after dinner he actually told us the complete story about how he fell out of his car when he was a teen!! Mike and I were in tears!!!I thought is was good the way I knew about it!! he had us on the floor!! when he fell out of his car, most of his clothes were torn off and so was his ponytail!! he was describing how he had this big bald spot where it use to be!! the way he told it was priceless!! there was ALOT more to it than I ever heard and funnier than crap!! he is such a fun friend!! were really lucky to have our cabin right by him, we get to see him alot because of that!

  • July 22, 2007

    10:36 AM

    Karin( trying to keep it together) H writes:

    hey Liz and Sandi, thanks pals! I DID have several glasses and tried to relax last night, wow, IVe just never had so much happen at once!! overwhelmed comes to mind!! the water in the backyard was so deep that our back fence is just kinda blowing over!! so its being held up by boards until Mike can replace it all! man, does he have his work cut out for him, as usual.I think I will take my dogs our for a long walk to day and try and clear my mind.....(. should be a short walk huh??).............Ill watch for chipmunks however!!! :) I was laughing at my knees this morning.... they look bad!!!! like when I was a kid!!always had banged up knees!! I think Ive always been vertically challanged!!!I was always doing "diggers" on my skateboard!!Liz, wow the mudslide thing is amazing isnt it?? that was unreal!! well, so glad to be back and talking to all of my friends again... I missed you all!! hey when does Bill get in town and what is planned anyone know yet??? can't wait to meet him, I feel like I know him already!!

  • July 22, 2007

    9:10 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Simpson, DID WHAT?

  • July 22, 2007

    7:43 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Wowzers - Karin and Mike, so glad you are home safe. What a mess, like Liz said have a few cold ones and try to breath and relax. Easier said than done, I know.

    I had to laugh at the cat food on counter. How is Sabin doing?

    Try to have a better Sunday.

  • July 22, 2007

    12:42 AM

    SIMPSON writes:

    I DID IT

  • July 21, 2007

    10:31 PM

    Mary writes:

    My brother emailed this to me.Kind of interesting.


    Something to remember.

    Thought you might be interested in this forgotten bit of information.........

    It was 1987! At a lecture the other day they were playing an old news video of Lt.Col. Oliver North testifying at the Iran-Contra hearings during the Reagan Administration.

    There was Ollie in front of God and country getting the third degree, but what he said was stunning!

    He was being drilled by a senator; "Did you not recently spend close to $60,000 for a home security system?"

    Ollie replied, "Yes, I did, Sir."

    The senator continued, trying to get a laugh out of the audience, "Isn't that just a little excessive?"

    "No, sir," continued Ollie.

    "No? And why not?" the senator asked.

    "Because the lives of my family and I were threatened, sir."

    "Threatened? By whom?" the senator questioned.

    "By a terrorist, sir" Ollie answered.

    "Terrorist? What terrorist could possibly scare you that much?"

    "His name is Osama bin Laden, sir" Ollie replied.

    At this point the senator tried to repeat the name, but couldn't pronounce it, which most people back then probably couldn't. A couple of people laughed at the attempt. Then the senator continued. Why are you so afraid of this man?" the senator asked.

    "Because, sir, he is the most evil person alive that I know of", Ollie answered.

    "And what do you recommend we do about him?" asked the senator.

    "Well, sir, if it was up to me, I would recommend that an assassin team be formed to eliminate him and his men from the face of the earth."

    The senator disagreed with this approach, and that was all that was shown of the clip.

    By the way, that senator was Al Gore!

    Also:

    Terrorist pilot Mohammad Atta blew up a bus in Israel in 1986. The Israelis captured, tried and imprisoned him. As part of the Oslo agreement with the Palestinians in 1993, Israel had to agree to release so-called "political prisoners."

    However, the Israelis would not release any with blood on their hands, The American President at the time, Bill Clinton, and his Secretary of State, Warren Christopher, "insisted" that all prisoners be released.

    Thus Mohammad Atta was freed and eventually thanked the US by flying an airplane into Tower One of the World Trade Center. This was reported by many of the American TV networks at the time that the terrorists were first identified.
    It was censored in the US from all later reports.

    If you agree that the American public should be made aware of this fact, pass this on.

    Do Not Break - it is 5 years strong

    This is why I always say I love YOU....

    This has not been broken since 9/11/01, please keep it going...
    This has been kept alive and moving since 9/11. In memory of all those who perished this morning; the passengers and the pilots on the United Air and AA flights, the workers in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and all the innocent bystanders. Our prayers go out to the friends and families of the deceased.

    Send this to at least 10 people to show your support

    PLEASE DON'T BREAK IT!!!!!!

  • July 21, 2007

    9:07 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Karin - Oh My God!!!!! So sorry all of that happened!!! Sounds a lot like some vacations I have had in the past!!! Go drink a few glasses of Merlot and forget, ok? Sorry we missed ya, it stormed all night that night anyway. The boys were covered in mud - just like I -70!!! What a mess, huh? We had a mudslide last week that came down where the New CAstle fire was. Only a few inches instead of feet of mud. Got into quite a few homes. So sorry Karen, that really sucks..!
    Take care, ok?

  • July 21, 2007

    6:03 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    THANKS

  • July 21, 2007

    4:56 PM

    Karin(lucky to be home) Heiserman writes:

    OMG!! well, we have just had "the vacation from hell".... just a little review would be. left home, forgot that I left turtle outside in garden, had to drive all the way home to get her, cost about 50 bucks in gas and 3 hrs in time, while at trappers i took dogs for morning walk, they saw chipmunk, I did not, they pulled me off balance and i fell on rocks, looks like Ive been beat up! I didn't break a hip though!!!!! leaving trappers to go visit Liz, transmission making grinding noises, not good. lost low gear altogether. needed to just get big heavy trailer home before it blows, almost can't get up vail pass, did 10 mph, it was horrible. stopped to get gas in frisco, Mike didn't make the turn completly, so he put it in reverse to get out, NO reverse. so we almost got stuck at the station. decided to go over hoosiers pass and catch 285, knew we would never make the tunnel,barely made it over hoosier, had to be in 4 wheel drive. oh did I forget about the mudslide on I70??? we were in it!! that was about as scary a moment as I ever want on I 70 thank you. decided that we would never make kenosha with trailer, dropped off trailer at cabin, with no reverse, had to just let the truck roll backwards downhill...........not fun either. dropped it off. it is full of crap, so we piled it into the truck, with 2 cats, 2 dogs and a turtle . had NO idea if we would ever get home. we had good pal Sabin on board if he needed to come and tow us home. when we pulled up at the house I was so thrilled..............until I got to the front door and saw a note from our neighbor that is behind and below us. she said that her backyard was under 1 1/2 feet of water and was sure it was comming from our sprinkler system.......all i can say was OH, MY GOD>. our backyard was flooded and we had a broken hose that was going full blast since weds......................... do some math on that water bill ok???? and of coarse it wasn't watering any of the right side of the yard, the side where i just planted a bunch of new vines and plants.................. my stress level is through the roof. we have a broken truck that needs a transmission( anyone know someone we can actually trust to do it??) we had to do this with out last truck too, to the tune of about 4,000 bucks!!! a "Tom Martino" recomendation!!!don't get me started........anyway. Dana, going to see the "heads" in just a few weeks could be a stretch!! this just sucks!!!! oh, did I mention that I forgot an opened can of cat food on the counter of the trailer, that is locked up tight?? salmon flavor?????? all my mail will be forwarded to the nearest mental institute from today on!!

  • July 21, 2007

    2:51 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    What's the email blog ?

  • July 21, 2007

    2:43 PM

    barbie a. writes:

    Thankyou to everyone who gave wishes for our dad on his birthday. Maybe not everyone knows that he and our mom passed away last year. You all are a very caring bunch!!

    Doug, I'm glad that you have good memories of my dad. He was a nice guy!!

    Have a good day!!

  • July 21, 2007

    2:35 PM

    Mary writes:

    Yes, it is sad! I have two dogs that I love and can't imagine being without them.

    What's your thoughts Dr. Lance?

  • July 21, 2007

    2:29 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 21, 2007

    2:17 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    MARY,
    THAT WAS CUTE BUT SAD

  • July 21, 2007

    1:50 PM

    Mary writes:

    Lance, why don't you post your email or get on the email blog? This is cute.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnL7zGY06uo

  • July 21, 2007

    1:11 PM

  • July 21, 2007

    9:51 AM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Wishing Tom and Barbie all the best on their Dad's Birthday. He was always very nice to me.

  • July 21, 2007

    8:47 AM

    Joy and George B. writes:

    Happy Birthday, Mr. Armstrong.

  • July 21, 2007

    8:31 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Tom and Barbie - Happy Birthday to your Dad

    Good morning all.

  • July 20, 2007

    7:31 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Everyone! Yes, life is so darn busy anymre, don't have much time to look at the Blog! Karin and Mike were supposed to visit last night, but had some transmission problems on their way down from Trapper's Lake. They decided to head on home instead of stopping here. Think they way be back up this way in a couple of weeks.

    Bill - I am so sorry. The DVD I made for you doesn't work on the computer. I PROMISE I will have a copy for you when I see you in August. What is the date and WHERE? Can't wait to meet you!

    Hope everyone has a great (nice and cool) weekend....don't know the forecast, but it feels great right now. Waiting for another thunderstorm.. Hopefully lots of rain and no lightening! Take care!

  • July 20, 2007

    7:31 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi Everyone! Yes, life is so darn busy anymre, don't have much time to look at the Blog! Karin and Mike were supposed to visit last night, but had some transmission problems on their way down from Trapper's Lake. They decided to head on home instead of stopping here. Think they way be back up this way in a couple of weeks.

    Bill - I am so sorry. The DVD I made for you doesn't work on the computer. I PROMISE I will have a copy for you when I see you in August. What is the date and WHERE? Can't wait to meet you!

    Hope everyone has a great (nice and cool) weekend....don't know the forecast, but it feels great right now. Waiting for another thunderstorm.. Hopefully lots of rain and no lightening! Take care!

  • July 20, 2007

    4:32 PM

    barbie A. writes:

    Thanks Bill Taylor for the SALUTE to my DAD!!

  • July 20, 2007

    4:22 PM

    barbie A. writes:

    Tom--you made me cry!! A day does not go by that I don't miss the folks!! Have a good trip to Boise!!

    Stay "COOL" bloggers!!

  • July 20, 2007

    3:59 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif

  • July 20, 2007

    3:28 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    i raise my glass to tom's dad!

    SALUTE!!

  • July 20, 2007

    12:08 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    THIS IS FOR LINDA IRONS....DIDN'T GET YOUR E MAIL ADDRESS SO I HOPE TO CATCH YOU HERE.

    I TALKED TO LONA TODAY,,,SHE TOLD ME ABOUT YOU AND HER NOT BEING ABLE TO VISIT AS OF YET. AFTER VISITING HER A FEW YEARS AGO I UNDERSTAND HER BUSY SCHEDULE, BEING SELF EMPLOYED AND ALL,,OF COURSE WE REMEMBER WHAT THAT IS LIKE,,,RIGHT? WE ARE GOING TO TRY TO GET TOGETHER IN ABOUT A MONTH,,AFTER SCHOOL STARTS, AND SHE SLOWS DOWN A LITTLE, TO TRY TO GET TOGETHER THEN. I GUESS WHAT I'M TRYING TO SAY,,,DON'T GIVE UP ON TRYING TO SEE HER,,,,OR IF YOU WANT, WE COULD RIDE UP TOGETHER,,,,SHE WANTS TO SEE YOU TOO ! SHE IS AS SWEET AS YESTERYEAR AND HER HUBBY IS JUST AS NICE,,,JUST A BUSY LITTLE CAMPER(LIKE MY CHOICE OF WORDS?) GET BACK WITH ME ON THE BLOG OR EMAIL Tarmst1953@aol.com if you want, or I'll give another warning on the blog if I hadn't heard from you when time is close.

    BY THE WAY,,,,BELATED HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO KARIN AND MIKE !!!!GREAT TO SEE RELATIONSHIPS STILL CAN LAST FOREVER. KARIN I HAVE JEFF. AIRPLANE SURREALISTIC PILLOW WITH "WHITE RABBIT". LOADED INTO MY COMPUTER,,,,LET ME KNOW IF FORWARDING THE FILE WILL WORK FOR YOU,,,OR I CAN BURN CD AND MAIL IT.

    ALSO WANT TO TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS A PERSONAL THING, SHARE IT WITH THE BLOG,,HOPE IT IS OK.

    WANT TO WISH MY DAD A HAPPY BIRTHDAY! STILL REMEMBER THE LAST TIME I SAW YOUR EYES OPEN,,,,VERY BIG AND GENUINE SMILE,,NO WORDS, BUT NONE NEEDED.
    WE ALL MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

    THANKS EVERYBODY FOR LETTING ME SAY THAT!

  • July 20, 2007

    10:48 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Hello everyone - it is lonely here. Hi there Lance, I promise I will check in more ofter. What have you been up to? Has Les hit you up for a kick back yet?
    JK - Les, how are you?

    Talked to Royce B. the other day - he lost another chicken. He loved his chickens.

    Hi Dana and all. Where has Dougie gone?

    Bill, Doug mailed me CD's as well, some great music on there, will bring back a few memories.

    Have a happy weekend all.

  • July 20, 2007

    7:16 AM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    so,, i goes to the post office yesterday and i see's a box wit my name on it.
    what's in the box you ask?
    well i'll tell ya,,
    it was plum full of cd's with new music on them!!!!
    where did it come from you also ask?
    our good friend doug bower that's who!!!
    thank you doug,, i am in your debt!
    todays project,, find room on the ipod for 100's and 100's of new songs!!

    WHOO HOOOO!

  • July 20, 2007

    7:11 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 20, 2007

    7:11 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 20, 2007

    7:04 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 19, 2007

    8:26 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Wow, no kidding what happened, everyone must be on vacation.

    Lance good to see you still hangin, thought I better say Hi. Guess we just need another event to look forward to.

    Karin haven't seen you on, you guys going to Rushmore around Strugis time?

    Dave hope you got the message, Monday 7:52.

    Later all, keep blogging and keep Lance from getting lonely.

  • July 19, 2007

    5:57 PM

    lance writes:

    with puffy eyes, get on with your bad selves.

  • July 19, 2007

    5:45 PM

    lance writes:

    damn,,, did every one drink some sleepy time tea or what ? i've heard of jet lag but not blog lag.
    maybe we need a new challenge. the new challenge might be for everyone who have bowed out or not blogging, bow back in. just to say HI !! don't be shy. this thing got started by our thoughts. with out thoughts, we are no where. thoughts brought us back, together.
    let's admire what we have built !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • July 19, 2007

    9:45 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 19, 2007

    9:39 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 18, 2007

    11:05 PM

    JerryLarsen71 writes:

    Hi Tom, glad I caught your post-you are welcome up here anytime-we're in the book. I'm teaching a mini-workshop for Irish fiddle the middle of next week, but should be free otherwise. Come prepared for the heat though. I think in the last month we've had like 4 or 5 days below 95 and probably 15 or more at 100 plus. my least favourite time of the year here. waaaahhhh. the hills are less than two beers away and much cooler, so maybe we can sneak up there. Anyway, give us a call

  • July 18, 2007

    3:16 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    wednesday

  • July 17, 2007

    11:12 PM

    TA-da writes:

    THINKING A LITTLE MORE,,,,THAT EXPLAINS SOME OF MY CONFUSION,,,,I WAS PLACING A WRONG NAME TO THE FACE I WAS REMEMBERING,,,,,DAMN!!!!!
    A COUPLE OF PEOPLE I SAW WAS KIND OF NAMELESS, BUT THE FACES STUCK OUT IN MY MEMORY....THANKS

  • July 17, 2007

    11:07 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    MARY,,,SORRY, I DO REMEMBER NOW,,,,WAS AN EXTREMELY SHORT FACE TO FACE CONTACT,,,,BUT I DO REMEMBER THAT. SOOO MANY PEOPLE,,,,SOOOO LITTLE TIME, WISHED THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE TIME IN SOME WAYS FOR SURE

  • July 17, 2007

    8:40 PM

    Mary writes:

    Tom, don't feel bad! I don't drink any more so I understand.

    Or any less!! Ha! Ha! Ha!

    You were busy, had a name tag on your shirt - otherwise I would not have recognized you. So many years. You said "oh, you recognize me without my name tag"?

    Whatever - back to the "clicks" I guess!

    Whatever!

  • July 17, 2007

    7:11 PM

    TA-da writes:

    HEY RON G. MY FRIEND,,, YOU DOIN OK? HAVEN'T HEARD FROM YOU IN QUITE A WHILE.

  • July 17, 2007

    7:09 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HEY RON G. HAVEN'T HEARD FROM YOU FOR QUITE A HILE,,,,YOU DOIN OK MY FRIEND?

  • July 17, 2007

    4:43 PM

    lance writes:

    again, another pleasant surprise today. i'm finishing up an edward jones investment group office suite. my last and final inspection for a c.o.. guess who finaled me out? Less Lalo.. if this isn't a small world with brothers checking on brothers, what do you call it?

  • July 17, 2007

    2:57 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    18

  • July 17, 2007

    7:21 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 16, 2007

    10:53 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    MARY J
    I MUST HAVE HAD MORE TO DRINK THAN I THOUGHT. SORRY,,,,I DON'T REMEMBER, CAN YOU REFRESH MY MEMORY? DON'T TELL ME YOU WERE IN ONLY A THONG, THEN I WOULD REALLY WONDER ABOUT MY MEMORY.

  • July 16, 2007

    9:43 PM

    nancy "haven't had time to blog" blackwell '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! I have missed reading the blog and bloggin'. How does life get so busy? Welcome to all the new people. Zack, I lived next door to the Watts on Glencoe. They were nice people. Also, the Days lived across the street. Too bad none of the Days were at CS, or at least I didn't think any of them were there!
    Bill, when are you in town??? Would love to meet you and I know that Liz wants to meet you too! Happy belated B-Day and also to Rhonda Cockrell whose B-Day was on the 13th.
    Happy Belated Anniversary to Karin and Mike. Have fun at Liz's this week!!
    Wouldn't it be fun to post pics of the old Elitches? I loved that place and have so many great memories! Thanks to whoever brought that up a week or so ago!
    Mary, I talked to you at CS too!! Stay cool up there in Montana. We have been hovering around 100. Spent some time in Vail this past weekend and it was so nice to be cool up there-well relatively-80 to 85 degrees. I will NEVER drive back on I-70 on a Sunday again!! It took 4 freaking hours!!!!!
    Have a good night everyone and check out the moon tonight (the real moon....)

  • July 16, 2007

    9:14 PM

    mary writes:

    Gayle, we go way back!! Terry too! Look for my email on this site. Would love to chat!

  • July 16, 2007

    8:41 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hi guys, Tom, I went to the creamery fest, you probably didn't recognize me. I did say hello. Same with Lance. I didn't stay near enough due to other things. Talked to Evie, my old friend Sabin, Jim Arapkiles, Ron and Royce Brown, Dave love his Sax (albeit he was busy), George B, Joy, and Liz, and Phyllis Bryant!

    Well, it's so darn hot here in Montana in the 100s. Global warming? Anyway, I think it's native atire - too hot!! Think I'll design some thongs - I was always good at fashion design. Big girl designs are a popular fashion for sure!!

    Mary


  • July 16, 2007

    8:28 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Thanks MJ I'm gonna keep on using the Grecin.

    Dave sorry we missed saturday. Thursday is Grandkid day, lets shoot for the weekend.

    Later

  • July 16, 2007

    8:20 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    OK,,I FEEL COMPELLED TO RESPOND...
    LANCE..A WHILE BACK YOU GAVE ME THE COMPLIMENT (?) OF NOT BLOGGING ENOUGH AND THEN...POW. NOW THAT SAME STATEMENT BACK AT YOU. I WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN ABLE TO LAY DOWN ANYTHING SO MEANINGFUL,,,I WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN THAT NICE. I WAS LIKE DOUG, DIDN'T FIT INTO ANY ONE CLIQUE, TRIED TO FIT IN THE WHOLE PICTURE. AS A RESULT I OFTEN FELT I DIDN'T FIT IN ANYWHERE. BUT THIS BLOG HELPED ME OUT A LOT.

    DAVE...AGAIN I HAD A GREAT TIME LISTENING TO WILD BLUE. I KIND OF ENJOYED THE SOMEWHAT PERSONAL CONCERT BECAUSE OF THE SIZE (OR LACK OF) THE CROWD TOWARDS THE END. I'M REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO BLOGFEST TO ENJOY IT ALL OVER AGAIN. I GUESS I CAN TALK FOR DEB THAT SHE HAD A GOOD TIME BEING THERE ALSO,,,YOU AND YOUR BAND PLAYED A MAJOR PART IN THAT...YOU KNOW?

    JERRY LARSEN....SOUNDS LIKE I AM GOING TO HAVE A TRIP TO BOISE NEXT WEEK I THINK. HAVE TO DO SOME WORK FOR KEY BANK. I'LL KEEP YOU POSTED WITH DETAILS AS I GET THEM. MAYBE WE COULD MEET?

  • July 16, 2007

    4:14 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    thats deep lance!!
    about 5 minutes ago i added a photo of adriane's glass-o-one barrle on the flickr site,, go look. you never answered me,, you want a bottle?

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/8797121@N07/

  • July 16, 2007

    2:20 PM

    lance writes:

    yeah, clicks were for the birds. if you noticed those clickish people weren't at CS. not allowing themselves to associate with another click. it's kind of like, cut your nose to spite your face. the way i see it, thank god for the cooly boys and the south east denver burn outs. our click accepts everyone. we had and still have the attitude "we are equal".
    those click confined people are probably very alone and super detached from society. living in some sort of bubble. bubbles burst. they can't handle it and look for blame.
    we, on the other hand don't live in a bubble and blame is not in our vocabulary.
    true friends don't look for blame.
    So to all of you clickish ones that think you fly above radar, come in for a landing.
    We miss you!


  • July 16, 2007

    10:06 AM

    Sue for Dave P writes:

    Mary , I think only mike and dana's hairderessers no for sure! And my dentist!
    Dana , how about thurday? Golf.. I get off wrk at 1.30pm..or is that grandkids day? I'll cal you
    Tom, it was great partying with you and debbie fri night at time out..thanks for the compliments, and thanks for coming.

  • July 16, 2007

    7:30 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 16, 2007

    7:29 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 16, 2007

    7:28 AM

    Ray writes:

    Zack, Leslie was my girlfriend in 5th grade, a real sweetheart. I think that is how I met you when I would go see her at her house.

  • July 16, 2007

    5:25 AM

    lance writes:

    to whom it may concern, no i'm not a coke head. you must be a bone head.
    although i do like coke, pepsi is fine too.

  • July 16, 2007

    4:16 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    I never felt like I quite fit a particular clique either I had friends from the entire spectrum. Still do in fact and probably don't fit any stereotype.

  • July 15, 2007

    10:48 PM

    Gayle - cliqueless - Davis writes:

    Remember using just the right chain for hopscotch instead of a rock or chalk? Clicks - the bane of a nerds high school existence! I probably drank more than my share of whatever I could get my hands on and smoked and toked but never did feel that I fit in. How about those orangy-yellowy temporary drivers licenses that were issued back then? They were a hot commodity for the fake ID's. Easy, or not to alter and they usually did the trick. One of my names was Olga. Things sure were simpler then. Even with the clicks, peer pressure was nothing that it is today.
    Hey Mary - good to see you are doing well! In my youthful wildest dreams never thought I would be this old (which I am too young to be) writing on a blog about the good old days. I tell my youngest daughter, 16, about it and she gives me the look like I used to give my mother. Karma or just life.

  • July 15, 2007

    8:04 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Lance, you're not really a "coke" head are you?

    Miss Priss said you were..

  • July 15, 2007

    6:27 PM

    Mary writes:

    Thank you for your emails! I am overwhelmed by the response. I'll try to get back with you asap!!

    Does anyone remember the bunny hop? How about hop skotch and hide and seek?

    How about the "clicks" fellow students had in school. Cool click, stoner click, nerd click, jock click, snob rich kid click, hand me down click? Where do you fit in now?

    Me, I was always a rebel - guess I still am.

  • July 15, 2007

    5:33 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    try what again?

  • July 15, 2007

    5:17 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    try again

  • July 15, 2007

    5:06 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    7/15

  • July 15, 2007

    1:37 PM

    Jody Benson writes:

    My home (san mateo, ca)-- norm temps 85% of the year is 60 - 80. Very occassional 90-95, occassional lows to 35-45. Go west 10 miles to the coast and you'll have even less of the occassional highs and lows. And contrary to popular belief, yes we do have seasons. It's why I live here! Thanks for the photo site. I'll go look now. Sandi - I will be in touch re trading our "missed" foods.

  • July 15, 2007

    12:23 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hi Sandi, I would like to find a place that has a temperature range all year round from 65 to 75. Any ideas?

  • July 15, 2007

    11:53 AM

    mary writes:

    just looked at some creamery stock pics on the photobucket. Dave, you are truly amazing - I just love the sax!! I have a sax that I bought for my son when he was 12. He took lessons from a lady that played at some of the clubs in Denver. Her name was Laura Newman if I recall. Do you know her?

    Actually, Mike Heiserman, Dana Lalo, Dave Peters would also be in 1st place for youngest looking too!

    Too hot to work in the yard today. Already 101. And they think Montana is too cold. Not!

  • July 15, 2007

    10:26 AM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Jody, I posted a lot of my pictures on Photobucket
    http://s205.photobucket.com/albums/bb118/in2bluz/

  • July 15, 2007

    8:24 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone

    Happy belated birthday Bill and Happy belated anniversary Mike and Karin.

    Mary - it is hot here, also. No spring, just winter and summer.

    Have a great Sunday - all.

  • July 14, 2007

    8:45 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    ....

  • July 14, 2007

    8:38 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Hey good to see you all still talking or blogging.

    No financials to report, sorry Dave was hoping we'd get somemore for the band.

    Again as always if you want to donate to the band for all of the hardplaying they put in, send it to:
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Lit Colo 80128

    Dave give me a buzz, I'm golfing again, shoulder feels great.

    Karin sorry no recepie yet. You guys going to see the heads, thats Sturgis Week. Were gonna be there also. Let me know, cause were always doing day motorcycle rides maybe we could meet for lunch in Keystone or somewhere.

    Later, us.

  • July 14, 2007

    7:39 PM

    Mary writes:

    Mark Miller - you should get the youngest looking award!

  • July 14, 2007

    6:59 PM

    Mary writes:

    Shit, it is so hot here!! 100 right now!

    Guess I''ll have a beer - yuk!

    Bill, email me at cherrycreekcondo@comcast.net.

    Or anyone else for that matter!

  • July 14, 2007

    6:04 PM

    Jody Benson writes:

    This is the first weekend I've been home in a month! Feels good, even if it is "deep" around here. Where are all of the pictures from Creamerystock? I know there were more cameras there.

  • July 14, 2007

    5:38 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    mary,, i musta missed somethin??
    i don't remember you or anyone else pissin me off??
    i replied to your email but, all the ones i have tried to send to harbertsplace@netzero have been returned??
    you did nothing to me,, but i would gladly have some rum with you!!
    thanks for the birthday comments!

  • July 14, 2007

    4:25 PM

    Mary writes:

    I don't do personal stuff like emails, etc.

  • July 14, 2007

    3:57 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hi Bill! Happy Belated Birthday!! Sorry if I pissed you off before!! Rum Dummy - ya know!!

    Gayle Davis, how are you doing? And Terry?

    My grandson just spent 7/4 through today here in Montana. It has been so hot, He went rafting, hiking, rock climbing, swimming, biking, etc.

    So, I am who I am.

    And, Lance it's not me, me me. as you think.

    Bill, let's have a shot of rum together? Eh!!

  • July 14, 2007

    3:52 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    geez mary,, it does'nt get that hot here!
    i heard all you up that way were boiling. just right for drinkin tho!!

  • July 14, 2007

    3:45 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    hey all,, thanks for the b-day thoughts! did nothing out of the 'ordinary".
    been busy,, not normal for july??
    this popped up on a belize forum,, thought it would fit in here as well,,

    HAVE YOU EVER BEEN GUILTY OF LOOKING AT OTHERS YOUR OWN AGE AND
    THINKING, "SURELY I CAN'T LOOK THAT OLD?"

    WELL... YOU'LL LOVE THIS TALE FROM A WOMAN!!

    I WAS SITTING IN THE WAITING ROOM FOR MY FIRST APPOINTMENT WITH A
    NEW DENTIST. I NOTICED HIS DDS DIPLOMA, WHICH BORE HIS FULL NAME.
    SUDDENLY, I REMEMBERED A TALL, HANDSOME, DARK-HAIRED BOY WITH THE
    SAME NAME WHO HAD BEEN IN MY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS NEARLY 40 YEARS AGO.
    COULD HE BE THE SAME GUY THAT I HAD A SECRET CRUSH ON, WAY BACK THEN?
    UPON SEEING HIM, HOWEVER, I QUICKLY DISCARDED ANY SUCH THOUGHT.
    THIS BALDING, GRAY-HAIRED MAN WITH THE DEEPLY-LINED FACE WAS WAY
    TOO OLD TO HAVE BEEN MY CLASSMATE.
    AFTER HE EXAMINED MY TEETH, I ASKED HIM IF HE HAD ATTENDED MORGAN PARK
    HIGH SCHOOL.
    "YES. YES, I DID. I'M A MUSTANG," HE GLEAMED WITH PRIDE.
    "WHEN DID YOU GRADUATE?" I ASKED.
    HE ANSWERED, "IN 1968. WHY DO YOU ASK?"
    "YOU WERE IN MY CLASS!" I EXCLAIMED.
    HE LOOKED AT ME CLOSELY. THEN, THAT UGLY, OLD, WRINKLED, BALD, FAT,
    GRAY, DECREPIT SOB ASKED,
    "WHAT DID YOU TEACH?"

    here now lance,, drinkin belikins!! how bout you? buttwiesers?

  • July 14, 2007

    3:04 PM

    Mary writes:

    Even a "go to hell" would be better than nothing!

  • July 14, 2007

    2:51 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    WENT TO TIME OUT LAST NIGHT TO EXPERIENCE DAVE'S BAND. HAD A GREAT TIME (ONCE I FOUND THE PLACE)
    MADE ME REALIZE WHAT I MISSED AT CS. I'LL TELL YA ,,,,YOUR BAND ROCKS BIG TIME! THANKS FOR THE GOOD TIME....WE HAD A LOT OF FUN.
    BY THE WAY,,,YOUR CD ISN'T TOO SHABBY EITHER!!
    I SUGGEST THAT ALL WHO CAN, SHOULD GO OUT THERE TO SEE THEM,,,SOUND, LIGHTS AND ATMOSPHERE WAS GREAT, OF COURSE THE COMPANY HELPED TOO!

  • July 14, 2007

    2:23 PM

    George B. writes:

    Hey Zack, Jim R. and I learned Mustang Sally when it came out in '64 or '65 and have been band guys ever since. We now play made up jazz type stuff at events in Colorado. Our web site Eojazz..com needs our schedule updated for this summer but has some photos that are pretty funny and show our age. Come visit us. P. S. I hear Roland "Knockers" Delzer is in California too.
    G.

  • July 14, 2007

    1:42 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 14, 2007

    12:46 PM

    mm writes:

    mm

  • July 13, 2007

    10:53 PM

    karin writes:

    thanks Joy, we will have a wonderful anniversay up in the high country!! maybe where it is a bit cooler and crisper huh?? not real good with anything in the 90's!! give me 75 and Im happy!! Zack, yes, Mike loves to do remodeling and making things look "pretty"!! he is the best!! email us at mheiserman@aol.com ok?? give us your email as well, we will get something together!! and get in touch with you!! would be a gas for sure!!

  • July 13, 2007

    10:16 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hotter then Hell here in Montana -104!!

  • July 13, 2007

    8:24 PM

    Sue for Dave P writes:

    Dave says the bar he's playing at ( Time Out)is at 88TH and Sheridan NOT 92ND like he blogged before. Sorry!

  • July 13, 2007

    3:40 PM

    Zack writes:

    Karin that sounds great, I'd love to meet and maybe we could hire Mike to help on some remodeling jobs we're thinking of. Ray , Leslie Schultz lived next door and was good friends with my sister, why do you ask.
    George I talked with Barry Rose today, he says he see's you occasionally and tells me your still playing in a band with Jim. Tha's great! Have a awesome weekend!!!

  • July 13, 2007

    3:20 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    ????

  • July 13, 2007

    2:41 PM

    Joy writes:

    Happy birthday Bill! Hope it was fantastic!

    And Happy Anniversary Mike & Karin -- wishing you your best ever celebration in paradise! Ah, sweet love...

  • July 13, 2007

    12:09 PM

    Ray writes:

    Hey Sandie, yea the Les Paul is a great guitar, I'm sure glad ol Les got it together and came up with that design. I got one about thirty years ago and I still love playing it.

  • July 13, 2007

    12:09 PM

    Ray writes:

    Hey Sandie, yea the Les Paul is a great guitar, I'm sure glad ol Les got it together and came up with that design. I got one about thirty years ago and I still love playing it.

  • July 13, 2007

    9:39 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif!

  • July 13, 2007

    8:37 AM

    karin writes:

    Zack, yes, I too am very glad I married him too! he does a ton of work up in Ken Caryl!! we live only 8 mins from there!! so we must be neighbors right?? he does remodeling and keeps pretty busy up in the valley. he loves it. it is a beeeautiul part of town to live in huh? I love looking out and seeing those pretty mountains each morning!! I have been our here for 31 yrs, and Mike and I have been married 17 yrs tomorrow!! seems like only a few, where did it go??? would love to get together. there are a bunch of us who "flew the coop" and headed west to our here!! we could have a "westside creamstock" !!!! great to hear from you all!! Dave, can't do the second week in aug, forgot we are going to see "the heads" in mnt Rushmore!! can you do it the 4th???? lets talk!!

  • July 13, 2007

    8:36 AM

    karin writes:

    Zack, yes, I too am very glad I married him too! he does a ton of work up in Ken Caryl!! we live only 8 mins from there!! so we must be neighbors right?? he does remodeling and keeps pretty busy up in the valley. he loves it. it is a beeeautiul part of town to live in huh? I love looking out and seeing those pretty mountains each morning!! I have been our here for 31 yrs, and Mike and I have been married 17 yrs tomorrow!! seems like only a few, where did it go??? would love to get together. there are a bunch of us who "flew the coop" and headed west to our here!! we could have a "westside creamstock" !!!! great to hear from you all!! Dave, can't do the second week in aug, forgot we are going to see "the heads" in mnt Rushmore!! can you do it the 4th???? lets talk!!

  • July 13, 2007

    7:33 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 12, 2007

    9:20 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    PS.. TIME OUT NIGHTCLUB IS AT 92ND AND SHERIDAN JUST SOUTH OF THE BOULDER TURNPIKE. SOUTHWEST CORNER. SEE YA!
    Sandie, if it werent for les paul inventing the electric guitar music would be very different now. Of course someone would have done it anyway, but can you imagine if it wasnt done till ten or 20 years later?
    Karin, aug 11th bubbievile is still a possibilty. I'll call you as soon as I know.

  • July 12, 2007

    7:18 PM

    lance let's cook writes:

    Bill T., HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!!!!! yesterday...

  • July 12, 2007

    7:02 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Sandie, Les Paul is a great man, 92 years young! Sweet Guitars!

  • July 12, 2007

    7:01 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Hi aLL
    TOMMORROW NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT "WILD BLUE" IS PLAYING AT A CLUB CALLED "TIME OUT" NICE PLACE.
    8:30 OR 9 TIL 1AM THEY HAVE FOOD AND PLENTY OF SEATING ..COME EARLY ,STAY LATE. THE BAND WOULD LOVE TO SEE EVERYBODY AGAIN!
    SEE YA THERE TOM !
    Does anyone remember when jefferson airplane played in wash park at the pavillion on the north lake.? free concert late 60's !

  • July 12, 2007

    6:58 PM

    lance let's cook writes:

    bill,,,? where are you?

  • July 12, 2007

    3:45 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 12, 2007

    3:11 PM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good afternoon all,

    Hi George and Joy, how are you doing? It was great getting to see you again, also. I was going to mess with you a little and say you were imagining things - but you are just too nice! I did have Squeakerz with me on Sunday morning when I came back out to try to help clean up and say "Hi - Bye". The people who took care of my granddaughter, so I could attend CS are allergic to kitty's, so the poor thing had to stay in the hotel w/room service for the weekend!!! All is well here, hope the same for you, Joy and everyone. Don't forget to email me where you are playing. How is Connie, I have not heard from her yet - let her know I am thinking of her and tell her to email or call. You and Joy jot down my email add. Downsss5@yahoo.com.

    George, Dave, Ray, Ron N. and all of you music buffs, I was watching a special last night on Les Paul and Mary Ford - WOW. Of course thought of all you.

    Karin - forgot to ask Don about campers, etc... for Sept., I will and let you know.

    Hope everyone is having a happy day

  • July 12, 2007

    2:13 PM

    Ray writes:

    Hey Zack, Remember Leslie Shultz that lived across the street from you? I'll tell Peggy hi from you.
    Ron, I did send my address with the e-mail Dave sent me. I'll try and re-send.

  • July 12, 2007

    12:35 PM

    Zack writes:

    Wow this is COOL!!! Names from the past. Doug, great to hear from you, Wally still lives in the same house he grew up in (Glencoe & Mexico). Hey George, doing fine, we live near Ken Caryl Ranch. Our kids went to Chatfield High. Do you still see some of the old clan? I see Jim R occasionally. We go to some of his openings. Ray, tiz me, what's happenin.You were younger and we didn,t hang much, but I know you and Mark Watt were buds. Hows Peggy? Tell her hi, I always liked her. Karin what's Mike up to? that's awesome you married him, tell him hi.

  • July 12, 2007

    10:10 AM

    Barbie A. 68 writes:

    Royce, I so know how you feel about your chickens!! We have always had chickens and problems with racoons, skunks, coyotes, fox!! One night many years ago, we heard the chickens making a lot of noise, so my husband goes outside with his gun and shoots basically to scare whatever it was away because it was dark. The next day we noticed he had shot our car!!!!! I just cracked up! And still do when i think of it!! He will not be able to live that one down!!

  • July 12, 2007

    9:42 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 12, 2007

    7:54 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 12, 2007

    6:50 AM

    Les Lallo, 70 something writes:

    SUE HOWARD! (the fox of all foxes at Merrill). Where the heck is Doug? Tell him to get his butt on this blog and answer me!
    IN TROUBLE........are you blogging from prison?

  • July 11, 2007

    10:07 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    ANYBODY GOING TO TIME OUT BAR TO SEE DAVE'S BAND PLAY THIS WEEKEND?
    I'M SURE GOING TO TRY, NOT SURE WHICH NIGHT.
    DAVE...I DID GO TO AUGY'S THE OTHER NIGHT WHEN YOU WENT,,,,BUT I WAS A LITTLE TOO LATE AND MISSED YOU. SO I'LL SHOOT FOR ENJOYING YOUR MUSIC INSTEAD. 92ND AND SHERIDAN RIGHT?

  • July 11, 2007

    8:25 PM

    George B. writes:

    Hey Zack! I remember we had a lot fun at Merrill! Our little neighborhood network is expanding--good to hear from you and hope you're doing well. I still live in the neighborhood with a Heiserman (not Mike -- he's across town, hey Mike!) Hope to see you at one of the creamery parties.

    And Hi to Doug M. -- good to see you're doing well. Joy's sister Patty lived in Naperville some years ago and we LOVED our visit there.

    Sandie -- sure enjoyed meeting you and Joy and I both hope all's well. By the way, am I making this up or did you have a kitty in your car at Creamstock?

  • July 11, 2007

    8:10 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Ray, I'd be happy to get the Bolin CD to you, but I need you address, if you don't want to post it, Dave Peters has my Email address, you can go through him, or
    Dave, maybe you have Ray's info, let me know, I've got a 2 copies sitting here.

  • July 11, 2007

    7:37 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    I want to Thank whoever started this Blog. Since my husband passed so did all my married friends. When my cousin Doug Parker told me about the Blog, I saw alot of my friends names I used to hang out with. Alot of memories started to enter my mind after 35 yrs. Like Kenny Marzette th first boy I ever kissed. Lynette Miller, Chris Smianic, Becky Sedar, Eddie Drieling, Bill Day , Kevin Foster, Jon Goodman, Debbie Thompson, Steve Maes, Diane Krosky, Barbie Armstrong, of course Tom Armstrong and many more. Thanks for all the memories of the Good Ol Days!!!!! Susan Howard 73

  • July 11, 2007

    7:24 PM

    karin writes:

    hey, some new names on now!! very cool, welcome Zack!! I married Mike Hieserman, I think you all ran together for a spell right?? Ill get him in on this and ask!!Royce, were the chickens those pretty black and white ones?? I loved them!! sorry to hear about that for sure!! never knew anyone that had "lap chickens" before! that was fun!! you soundlike Barney Fife... remember?? he was only allowed to have ONE bullet from Andy!! I think we all have a pretty good "visual" of you guys running around your property in your undies!! your great!! be safe ok???

  • July 11, 2007

    6:29 PM

    Doug Montrose writes:

    Zack Pool you never gave me a hard time that I remember but we did pal around during our time at Merrill. Didn't Walter Nathan live close to you as well ?

  • July 11, 2007

    5:50 PM

    royce b writes:

    coyotes 2, brown boys 0, update at 11. set traps, dogs ate em. coyotes 2, dogs 1, brown boys 0. it ain't working, need to regroup. need more than 1 bullet or a shirt with 10 pockets. was going to call the marines in but they are all a bunch of wussey's. can't spell either. keep a smile, life is to short. latter roy boy.

  • July 11, 2007

    5:36 PM

    Kim writes:

    Hey Barn I mean Royce sorry to hear about your chickens but whats worse sorry to hear you lost your only bullet in the tree.Hee Hee. How did you ever get it out of your shirt pocket running around in your undies?

  • July 11, 2007

    4:32 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 11, 2007

    2:57 PM

    Ray writes:

    Hey Tree Killer! That is funny Royce. I can just picture you guys out there in your BVD's shootin it up...Ha! Too bad about the chickens, Donna and I really enjoyed meeting them.
    1970, yes Peggy is my sister.
    Is that you Zack Pool?
    Ron, did you ever get a chance to mail that CD?

  • July 11, 2007

    1:29 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 11, 2007

    1:27 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 11, 2007

    1:26 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 11, 2007

    1:11 PM

    Zack writes:

    I was told to check out this blog and oh my god, huge memories. Holly & Florida is definately my old stomping ground. I grew up at Mexico & Forest. Ellis, Merrill & GW were my schools. We use to ride our bikes to the creamery every day after school in 5th & 6th grade, that's when they opened about 1961. It was a drug store before that with a soda fountain that we also use to hang at. Heiserman rings a bell, do you have a brother, Mike? Doug Montrose I rember you. Did we use to bug the heck out of you? George B, Rolan D, Jim R and Straight Johnsons with speakers that would blow you away while eating pizza. George do you remember Kent tuggle and his brother who ended playing with Steppin Wolf? Wally said he saw you at TJ a couple of weeks ago. We still do alot together. Knockers - every body had a crush on her. I'll stay in touch

  • July 11, 2007

    1:10 PM

    beth erickson Hawaiian at heart writes:

    aloha all Hows it? Is it hot enough for you all? At least its not thick out there(meaning humid).Royce sorry to hear about your chicken's but you can't be passing out and not put your baby's to bed.Them coyote are hungry.Bet you had the neighbor's a shitin and a gettin.Like the idea of a retirerment home you know you can get grants for that.But Co doesn't have an ocean and still has snow.Need's to be in the tropics..well need to go water the garden and pick.lots of love beth

  • July 11, 2007

    10:26 AM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    13MB and growing...

  • July 11, 2007

    3:35 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Dave I delivered the university park news as well.

  • July 10, 2007

    10:27 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    boo hoo - boo hoo!

  • July 10, 2007

    7:19 PM

    George B. writes:

    Debbie "Knockers" Knox is in California the last I've heard.

  • July 10, 2007

    4:11 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    10

  • July 10, 2007

    3:05 PM

    In Trouble writes:

    Remember --- the spring of '69, just before school was out, several of us got together and made these most incredible posters advertising a summer first concert at Washington Park for $3.00. We distributed them at GW, TJ and South and raised about $2500.00. Well there was no such concert and some pissed off people especially when Tex Chabalinko didn't show up. We got caught and were in trouble.

  • July 10, 2007

    2:57 PM

    Joy writes:

    Hi all -- been otherwise occupied...
    Good to read all the posts and LOVE the memories!!!
    Still laughing picturing Royce and the boys in their underwear a shootin away. Ah, the joys of livin in the country, eh?
    I'll help with probate services at the "home" as long as everyone leaves a little to the community pot (just kiddin, but not really).
    I'm up for Bubbieville Dave and Karin, give me the dates!
    Lance - I took your point. Love ya!

  • July 10, 2007

    1:30 PM

    1970 writes:

    Grads from 1970 - post
    Where is Debbie Knox?
    Ray Wells do you have a sister, Peggy?

  • July 10, 2007

    12:38 PM

    royce b writes:

    sandie, did not mean to scare anyone but those damn chickens meant alot to me. every thing around here is family . you guys have a great day. royce b

  • July 10, 2007

    9:02 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 10, 2007

    9:00 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 10, 2007

    7:14 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Good morning everyone.

    Royce when I started to read your blog I was getting upset, it is sad about the chickens and I am sorry for your loss, very glad nothing worse happened - you scared me.

    The song - Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad Boys comes to mind.
    Karin is right - today that all would definately have a different outcome.

    Bill has the electric carts, Dave has the golf course , pharmacy and music, you will need Rays help for sure, you will be very busy. Will the pharmacy be on the 9th hole? Will carts be available for both golf and general transport? We have an inspector - Les, but who is going to do the building?

    Have a Happy Day All

  • July 10, 2007

    7:13 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone.

    Royce when I started to read your blog I was getting upset, it is sad about the chickens and I am sorry for your loss, very glad nothing worse happened - you scared me.

    The song - Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad Boys comes to mind.
    Karin is right - today that all would definately have a different outcome.

    Bill has the electric carts, Dave has the golf course , pharmacy and music, you will need Rays help for sure, you will be very busy. Will the pharmacy be on the 9th hole? Will carts be available for both golf and general transport? We have an inspector - Les, but who is going to do the building?

    Have a Happy Day All

  • July 10, 2007

    6:49 AM

    Les Lallo writes:

    Hey! IN TROUBLE; the only thing that pisses me off was the fire at the "Home of the Good Sheperd"! Those fire escapes were a blast, and you guys went and melted them down!!!

    Here is one for everyone..............haven't seen anyone mention "CAMP BLOUT"!
    Late!

  • July 9, 2007

    10:48 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Doug, what a great success story1 I,m happy and proud for you. Email me when you are coming into town. ssjogren2@msn.com
    My band is playing oct 5th and 6th at a club called the hofbrau house. 80th and wadsworth I believe. Maybe you and others can gather for a party.
    TROUBLE..The cave under the monaco bridge. Been there done that. as I recall there was a mattress , playboys and empty wine bottles in there. I know they weren't mine. I do remember that some parents found out about the place and the city filled it in. They had to demolish the road bed above it to fill it in. I also remember it was in the newspaper.
    Here's another memory..The university park news. My brother and I used to deliver it. A little neighborhood newspaper. weekly
    Any one else remember that?
    Karin, Bubbieville!

  • July 9, 2007

    6:38 PM

    lance writes:

    okay all, maybe it's unrealistic, but , where in the hell is our crew from early on? they know who they are. enough said. get on with it! we need to hear from you !!!!!!!!!...

  • July 9, 2007

    6:14 PM

    lance writes:

    royce, that chicken story is mighty sad. thank god georga and dana served two pigs. at least you have most of you flock. those chickens were looking mighty fine. i bet you would like to have some coyote right now. I hope they didn't get Einstein. them yotes don't know who their messn with, do they?

  • July 9, 2007

    5:57 PM

    karin writes:

    hi all! hey "in trouble" you have some great memories for sure! wow, how did we make it out alive huh??? go carts on I25???? could only happend in our childhood huh?> you would SO be dead now!!!! or arrested, or in jail forever etc etc.............. good times!!Dave ,working on the bubbyville date, youll be the first to know!! getting other folks maybe interested too, what fun that would be!!!!!!!

  • July 9, 2007

    3:53 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    =====

  • July 9, 2007

    3:48 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon

  • July 9, 2007

    3:33 PM

    In Trouble writes:

    Who remembers Piggly Wiggly? I'll bet Brian Fasano, Wally Nathan, Zack Pool, Peter Brewster, Dave Watt, Jay LaRue, Mike Grazier, Bob Erickson, Jim Ray, Kenny Foster, and Mike Hecker does. These guys were always in trouble, the baddest, never to get caught was the fire at the girls home. One of the funniest was skinny dipping at Writers Manor in front of a dinner party. One of the boldest was jumping the cliffs at Vail and grabbing the chair lift to take us back up. One of the scariest was racing cars on I-25 from Yale to Evans on the GO-CART WOW! One of the best was breaking into the locker of a liquor store and stealing enough cases of beer to fill Graizers dad's camper. TOO MUCH!!!! How bout the tree house across from Mcmeen----- a lot of stuff happened there or the cave under the Monaco bridge at Cherry Creek. The Creamery was the hang out.

  • July 9, 2007

    2:09 PM

    royce b writes:

    you guys are great, i check this out about every 2 or 3 days. lets keep this going and enjoy everyones input. i had two deaths in my family tuesday night at about 2am those stupid coyotes got two of my chickens. it was my fault cuse i forgot to put them in there pen. my boys woke me up and we all grabbed guns and ran out in our under ware a shitten and a shooting. the only thing we got was two trees. other than that the night was peaceful. i sure enjoy my kids even though they are bigger than me. they can't out shoot me though, i hit the first tree. i'll let you guys go, keep a smile on that face royce b

  • July 8, 2007

    11:21 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    SEEMS THAT I OWE SOMEONE A HUGE APOLOGY FOR WHAT I DID AND DIDN'T DO AT CS....SURE HOPE SHE ACCEPTS IT!!!!!!!

  • July 8, 2007

    10:14 PM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Bill Taylor a small world indeed. I am in the Big Woods area which is the NW corner of Naperville and own the farm that the South end of Fermi lab is built on.

  • July 8, 2007

    10:05 PM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Dave to make a long story short I build commercial buildings. After moving to KC and finishing HS I went to college in Southern Kansas. Moved briefly back to Colorado and then to Wyoming. After 14 years in Casper when the Oil boom was winding down a company out of Chicago bought me out and moved me here to build 311 S Wacker which is the building South of Sears tower and has a white castle on top. Very visible on any picture of the Chicago skyline. Business is good and I have stayed here. I get back to Colorado a couple times a year to see my folks who live off Illif and Chambers. I will be back in Oct to celebrate their 60th anniversary and would love to see all of you I can.

  • July 8, 2007

    6:14 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    wOW, Doug, The funeral Sue is attending is
    in NAPERVILLE! Thanks for the offer of help but she knows her way around pretty well.
    Get this, close to napperville os the town of glen ellen..Remember Jackie Donaghy? Well, when we were in jr. high at Merrill, Jackie moved with his folks to glen ellyn. Sue, my 20 year significant other was born in
    Glen Ellyn (sp) ?
    We visited relatives of hers ten yrs ago and stopped in at Jackies parents house.
    Jackie jouned the navy sometime after high school and was a medic.Put himself thru college on the GI Bill and as of 10 years ago was a "Country doctor" in a small town on the coast of main. Had a great time talking to his folks about when we were all kids. They had some great stories.
    Glen Ellyn!
    Naperville!
    What the heck are you doing there?
    Sandie, I did go to augys and had to dodge my way carefully between the dart players. Don was there earlier but wasnt there when I arrived. I checked out the stage situation. I hope the bartenders have ear plugs cuz we have only one speed, LOUD ROCK AND ROLL!!!!!!
    I'll volunteer to be the pharmacist for the "community" ,or, we could ask Dr. Kevorkian, I here he is available now!
    Karin, lets talk, let me know when the full moon is.
    Bill Taylor..Where do you want to party? I think and email campaign is called for, the blog is getting rather thin.
    Sandie, Ray didnt get a chance to play
    at creamstock. Brain Farts beyond our control happened. Hopefully blog fest it will happen

  • July 8, 2007

    5:13 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    missed everything for a few days,, don't know how, but it got busy here!
    i want to consessions on the electric carts for the go-slow home, wrinkle town. at least a maintenance contract.
    doug montrose,, my wife grew up in naperville,, buckeye drive.
    she was there last week.

  • July 8, 2007

    1:41 PM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Thanks Lance I needed that !!! How are you - too hot to be out, unless you can head for the hills. Now I know I am old - as kids we would not stay in the house no matter what. What are you up to today?

  • July 8, 2007

    12:47 PM

    lance writes:

    sandie, confucius says, if man flies up side down, he has crack up.. you guys crack me up too!

  • July 8, 2007

    10:48 AM

    karin writes:

    Dave,yes, now I do remember it was holes in the ground huh?? what a hoot!! hey tell Sue were thinking about her ok? Im sorry to hear about her aunt. Nancy, I LOVE your retirement name, just fits perfectly!! you guys all crack me up and make my day, everyday! so much fun to get to "come home" when I get on this blog!! its like I say to myself" well, better go see what my family is up to today", that is how it feels to me!! even tho there may be alot of folks not on each day, we know they are reading and keeping up!! Dave, you are SO right!! we need a moonlight stroll up in bubbyville dont we?? hey, Im getting a calendar out and see when the next full moon is, probably will have to be august!! lets invite some creamstockers up to join in as well ok?? wow, what fun that could be!! there is lots of room for tents, campers, rv;s etc right?? not like Royce's 10 acres, but there are a few up there we can use!! there is the entire national forest with camping everywhere just minutes away too!! lets see about this ok?? a fun time for sure!! Liz, will be seeing you in about a week and a half ok?? last part of next week)july 18th?? 19th?? somewhere there, will call you for sure ok?? well, better get out and water. man, this heat is NOT ok!!

  • July 8, 2007

    9:20 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good Morning Everyone,

    Dave sorry to hear about Sue's Aunt, give her my best.

    Hope the fire is subsiding, no Denver news this morning - tennis match on. Glad Liz's home is OK.

    Now that the Doc thing is lined up, who is going to be the mad pharmacists, chemist??? Dave - any suggestions??? Would love to come hear you play, hopefully I can make it down. I must have missed Ray W. playing at CS. Hope to catch him another time. The retirement home will have good music. Dana - get your drums out and and brush up. I can see it all now - no ambulances, just Harley's and RV's.

    Karin - this could be the business we were talking about. I wonder if the flip flop shop would work there?

    Did you go To Augys' last night? How is Don?

    Lance - you crack me up. Ron N. - weelitch's is right.

    Royce B. - give me a call if you get a minute 303-621-6520.

    Have a happy Sunday all

  • July 8, 2007

    12:07 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Dave what part of the Chicago area I am in the West burbs in Naperville. If they have any problems they can give me a call. Tom always in need of assistants.

  • July 7, 2007

    10:47 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HEY DR.DOUG,,,,
    NEED ANY ASSISTANTS? I'M STILL LEARNING

  • July 7, 2007

    9:56 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Sue - Thanks so much! The fire was about 5 miles away - but lots of friends in the area. One home was lost for sure, just waiting for more news on who's home it was. It is a small community and everyone knows everyone. We just need lots of rain! i was looking at some pictures from CS today - WOW....can't believe it is over. Auggies in September? Are we all going to bombard Bill when he is here? Count me in!!!! Just let me know when and where - I can't wait to meet him. Karin - when are you coming to visit? The boys are ready for a ride! Just let me know....Stay cool and pray for rain!

  • July 7, 2007

    8:15 PM

    George B. writes:

    Speaking of swing ropes - the highline canal off of Leetsdale and Mississippi. Loads of carz, kids and summer fun.

  • July 7, 2007

    5:07 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Liz , I hope you or your property are not in any danger from the forest fire. Will say a prayer.

  • July 7, 2007

    4:49 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Karin. the air jets in the fun house were little holes in the floor. I think the guy who controlled them was in a little booth behind one way glass.
    Karin, isnt it about time for a nighttime walkabout in bubbieville? When is the next full moon? I'm more than ready. Maybe we can get some of the creamery kids to come.
    Can you imagine having our own retirement community with its own drug plan?
    Dana , thanks for the plug for band donations. We appreciate it.
    Hows the shoulder? Are you in golf shape yet?
    I hope the fire near rifle isnt threatening rifle gap golf course! OH NO!
    Karin and Mike! How about we get all the bloggers to purchase all the remaing lots in bubbieville ! Call it bubbies boomerville.
    We would even have an Indianna Jones bridge and rope swing , three fishing holes and a par three golf course! Golf course currently on the drawing board.
    Sue is in chicago for her aunts funeral. Her and her mom drove out there. Think I'll go to augys tonight and check out the stage situation. Any one want to join me?

  • July 7, 2007

    3:45 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 7, 2007

    2:40 PM

    lance writes:

    instead of a retirement home, we could call it a retread center. our motto might be "if you don't like it, bring it back".
    another name that maybe appropriate for our new home, Cream Stock's Last Acres. acres, having nothing to do with land...Har, Har.......

  • July 7, 2007

    12:10 PM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Hey I like the thought of our own medical care at the home been a while since I played Dr.

  • July 7, 2007

    9:41 AM

    nancy b-g writes:

    Hi everyone! Been too busy to even read this although there wasn't too much to catch up on! Karin, you are hilarious. Thanks for the memories of the airplane ride. That is one ride I truly remember. We used to go to Elitches for Rhonda Cockrell's b-day every year (which is next Friday!) and we would have such a blast. There was that ride near the entrance that had a mural of mountains and I think it played "Swiss" type songs. It would go around and around and you could sit about 4 or 5 across in the seats. Then it would go backwards and everyone would slide into the person on the outside end of the seat. I also remember one of Rhonda's friends puking on the Spider. AHHH the memories!! I have a couple of pics of me at Kiddieland-THOSE should be archived! I feel old.....
    How about "Cream of the Crop's last Stop" for the retirement center? We could have a co-op and have our own medical staff. That'll be the only way I will be able to afford old age. I am not counting on SS or medicare!
    Have a great Saturday all! I need to call Lizzy to see how close the fire near Rifle is to her! It is tooo hot. Nice to see the blog is alive and well! Love you guys!

  • July 7, 2007

    9:41 AM

    nancy b-g writes:

    Hi everyone! Been too busy to even read this although there wasn't too much to catch up on! Karin, you are hilarious. Thanks for the memories of the airplane ride. That is one ride I truly remember. We used to go to Elitches for Rhonda Cockrell's b-day every year (which is next Friday!) and we would have such a blast. There was that ride near the entrance that had a mural of mountains and I think it played "Swiss" type songs. It would go around and around and you could sit about 4 or 5 across in the seats. Then it would go backwards and everyone would slide into the person on the outside end of the seat. I also remember one of Rhonda's friends puking on the Spider. AHHH the memories!! I have a couple of pics of me at Kiddieland-THOSE should be archived! I feel old.....
    How about "Cream of the Crop's last Stop" for the retirement center? We could have a co-op and have our own medical staff. That'll be the only way I will be able to afford old age. I am not counting on SS or medicare!
    Have a great Saturday all! I need to call Lizzy to see how close the fire near Rifle is to her! It is tooo hot. Nice to see the blog is alive and well! Love you guys!

  • July 7, 2007

    9:07 AM

    karin writes:

    hey how about the "give it a rest" retirement center?????????????

  • July 7, 2007

    8:59 AM

    Karin writes:

    I don't remember all that stuff about lakeside, but my folks always went to Elitches. mostly because their best friends were the people that owned the greenhouses next to Ellis. the Grays. well, each year the "flower-growers of America" group would rent out Elitches for one day for all the people in Denver that had greenhouses. it was a private day for those folks and their friends and familys. so we would get to run crazy there all day long without worry, not that my folks ever worried about me anyway in those days!! but they would all hang in the beer garden and the kids could just go free to anything they wanted. free. it was so cool!! I fell into a brick wall face first there one of those times because i was running too fast and tripped. cut my whole chin open and chipped my jaw bone. yeeeooowww!!it didn't stop me from going on rides however! and my parents, after the bleeding stopped, went right back to drinking beer!! our parents did NOT baby us did they?? hell, these days there would have been an ambulance called for that one!!I remember having about a million bandaids on my face to stop the bleeding. sheesh! now there is a memory for me!! I can still feel that little dent in my chin!! that is good to know that lakeside still has those airplanes, that would be worth a trip there for me! Dave, I SO remember that guy with the air hose!! what a hoot, can you imagine anyone doing that today???? theyd be in court for sexual harassment!!.................from an airhose!!!! I can see Frank Azar there now" Is this the hose that attacked you"???? and all those rides that made ya puke, what were they thinking?? I cannot do anything that goes around.the last time I was at lakeside i went with Bob Sheldon!!!I was about 18, Rugby was out of town and he took me for a big picnic out there, just remember it being so hot I could have died. it isn't very shaded like Elitches was.I didn't even know it was still open!! maybe that could be a fun trip for us huh??my Dad, broke 2 ribs on the roller coaster there when i was a kid. it slammed him into the side of his metal car and he had his arms up. the memories come flooding once you open that gate dont they?? I like your nursing home idea too!!

  • July 7, 2007

    8:10 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    I just took my 4 year old grandaughter jasmine to lakeside a couple of weeks ago!
    Shes already bored with kiddieland and we went on all the big kids rides she was tall enough for. Very brave little girl! The airplane ride with the rudder to guide it is alive and well at lakeside.. It's called the hurricane. I think both parks had there own strong points..
    The fun house was amazing. In the early days when we were all elementary school kids, upon entering the funhouse there was a man that sat in a booth that controlled some air jets. When any woman came in wearing a dress he would hit the air jets at just the right time and it would blow thir dresses up around there necks exposing their "bloomers"!..Womens under garments were much bigger back then weren't they? And of course that practice was stopped eventually as america became less innocent. I loved the giant slides and the turn table that everyone raced to the middle of. It spun real fast throwing everyone off but the person who got the center. Then there was the vomitous monkey cage..and the barrells!
    And we cant forget the thousands of carp that swam around the dock. Heres another ride that was cool.. They had two criss-craft speedboats took you around the lake . Beautiful old wood hulled boats.
    Remember the swimming pool at lakeside?
    It had a waterfall and some slides.
    I think the reitement communitry will need a theme song. We could borrow from frank zappa." Concentration moon, over the camp in the valley,
    with all of my freinds, still running free,
    hair growing out every hole in me"
    Thanks Frank

  • July 7, 2007

    12:36 AM

    Gayle Davis 70 writes:

    Karin
    Elitches was "the" place to go during the summer. It was always cool there no matter how hot it was outside. I never got tired of going there no matter what age. It seemed so huge back then, packed with excitement and cool kids and cute boys. I never had a bad time there. Even if it was crowded it just added to the excitement. Now I can't even deal with "Parker Days" with my grandchildren.

  • July 6, 2007

    10:30 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    WEEEEEEEELITCHES

  • July 6, 2007

    10:25 PM

    Ron Naeve '79 writes:

    Karin, your right about those Airplanes being the best ride at Old Eliches.
    They were SO Cool! we used to bash into the trees and pull leaves off.
    you would get going sideways. it was fun. they removed that ride a long time ago, maybe '80 or earlier? don't remember exactly

  • July 6, 2007

    8:49 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 6, 2007

    5:01 PM

    karin writes:

    Lance, your killin' me... creamery stockyards?????? tooooooooo funnny... I just KNOW Mr Baier will be there in spirit and warts!! also loved the sedbo one too, that is very appropriate for all of us, no matter what age huh?? I had a "moment" today that made me smile. remember when you could be at Elitches, riding the roller coaster "the wild cat" and if there wasn't very many people wanting to get on they would just let you ride again?? one time my cousin and I rode that thing 11 times in a row!! the guy working the switch would just smile at us and let us stay on!! he didin't even make us give him the little tickets!! remember buying all those damn little tickets?? youd have a roll of them, all different colors and for different rides?? like kiddieland rides were really cheap and then on up to the big rides!!I remember 10cents for tickets!! this is way before the hand stamping and also the one-price-fits-all times!! now they just rip ya for a day pass to the tune of about 45 bucks isn't it?? sheesh! the old Elitches was such a beautiful park wasn't it?? HUGE 100 yr old trees, lots of shade and pretty grounds, my folks would go dancing at the tropadero room(sp?) wow, what a cool park that was to grow up with. not like lakeside, where you needed to pack heat!!I had some scary times at lakeside, the fun house scared the hell out of me!! that horrible big laughing lady that was outside of it??? sheesh, if that didn't freak out kids what would???? she was awful!! my folks would hang out at the "beer garden" at Elitches while we just ran crazy for day!! remember the BEST ride ever??? it was those fabulous airplanes that you would guide it back and forth with the big wing on the front?? you could get it really high into the trees and then swoop down and get close to the ground??? wow, it felt so cool!! like your were flying for sure!!! it was next door to the roller coaster!! back in the corner with all the huge trees around it!! also by the most fabulous merry-go-round in the world!! I LOVED that thing too!! always looked for my big black horse that went up and down!!ok, ok, I have gone on and on. but that was some pretty special times out there, thes best amusment park ever if you ask me!! anyone got some cool memories about it???

  • July 6, 2007

    12:42 PM

    Doug 'CreameryStocker' Bower writes:

    Hi back again, for the retirement name;
    how bout, "Houses of The Holy Shit", were almost Cogers....that sucks

  • July 6, 2007

    10:07 AM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 6, 2007

    7:10 AM

    Les Lallo writes:

    Actually, I didn't bribe him.........this time! there will be other opportunities though. Lance, you know, if you mess with me I'll send some of the other Inspectors (who you don't want to deal with) your way!! HA!
    Sorry Dave P and everyone; won't see you in September..............we'll be at the Telluride Blues Fest!

  • July 6, 2007

    7:09 AM

    lance writes:

    karin, how bout Sunrise at Sedbo Square or Creamery Stock Yards. and our theme might be "Where Retirement is a Figment". and yes dana, les did pass my inspection. with no bribes involved. after all, we are brother sedbos.
    karin, let's start a contest and have each and every one of us write in with a name for our "retirement community". nursing home sounds like a draaagg.

  • July 5, 2007

    9:35 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Hey I'm back, new computer and DSL I feel like I'm in the future. Nice when it only takes this blog a few seconds to load.

    Financial update, we are even thanks to Sandie D. or as I remember Sandie F, thanks again for the $30. Thanks for the nice note also and thanks to Cheryl O'Brien for the nice card, if your on this Cheryl I'll go with the face lick.

    OK so since were even, anymore donations will be held and the sent over to Dave Peters for the bands hard work. Again as always send donations to:
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Lit Co 80128

    Again thanks to all who came threw and donated.

    Lance what happened you missed a nice scoot to Echo Lake, was nice a cool last weekend. Did Les pass ya or ask for bribes?

    Keep blogging, Later

  • July 5, 2007

    8:51 PM

    karin writes:

    lance, Im woking on the nursing home thing. what the hell, you never have been able to tell our generation "no" right???? it could happen!!!!!!!!!!!! what could we name it??

  • July 5, 2007

    7:16 PM

    lance writes:

    i had a neat surprise today. i'm working on a project in aurora. had a scheduled inspection with the aurora building department. and who do you guess showed up to do the inspection? Les Lalo. then of course, we had to reminisce about reminiscing at cs. we all are truly a hoot! if this world gets any smaller, maybe we should just move in with each other. karin, the nursing home idea isn't that far fetched.

  • July 5, 2007

    3:19 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 5, 2007

    9:44 AM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 5, 2007

    9:40 AM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 4, 2007

    11:24 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HAVE TO AGREE WITH KARIN,,,LUCKY TO LIVE IN THIS STATE,,,,,AND THIS STATE OF MIND

  • July 4, 2007

    8:41 PM

    karin writes:

    well. another 4th of july is upon us all !! hope it is a very safe and fun time for all of you great folks!!Im sad Im here in the city, having to listen to all the firepoppers... it makes my dogs crazy!! but it is still a pretty cool place to be huh??I thank God every day that I live here in this incredible state and that I have all of you guys as friends!! be cool and stay safe, I want us to be getting together forever! say, we should get together and buy our own nursing home, that way we can always be together right?? i can see it now...Im smiling!! ")

  • July 4, 2007

    5:36 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    Gayle, I now live in the same house that joe casey lived in on elm st with his mom. Sue and i bought it about 14 years ago. It was after we moved in that I figured out it is the same house. A very odd felling sometimes. See you at bogfest. Or if anyone can .. come see Wild Blue at Time Out 92nd and sheridan on july 13 and 14.. that weekend after this weekend. See ya there!

  • July 4, 2007

    12:16 PM

    lance writes:

    here here to our freedom. to cooler temps, a safe and happy 4th. Most of all, our continued love and kindness toward each other..

    you guys are the best that God has to offer!

  • July 4, 2007

    8:20 AM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Wishing all the bloggers a Happy and Safe 4th and remember those that gave their all for us to enjoy our freedom.

  • July 4, 2007

    7:34 AM

    kim wilson sinicki '75 writes:

    Good morning all!! I just wanted to thank everyone again CS was awesome. Can't wait for blogfest. I hope everyone has a great 4th. Enjoy and stay cool, not suppose to be so hot today, 88 degrees, don't ya just love Colorado. Well Enjoy.

  • July 3, 2007

    9:56 PM

    karin writes:

    hey Geo!! thanks for the dates, when do you guys play and can we do it all? wow, so many cool friends, so little time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! let work this out ok?????? would love to see everyone!!!! kisses...........waiting for the sun...........gonna go hit the hay..........a long HOT day for sure!!

  • July 3, 2007

    8:15 PM

    Gayle (rider diva) Davis 70 writes:

    Hey Tom -
    I always liked motorcycles. I just didn't like riding behind anyone after a couple of scary incidents. Once, with Joe Casey, coming down Lookout Mtn very fast I lost both my shoes on the curves. Then my socks. Another time we flew across a field trying to miss a car that U turned in front of us. I still have burn scars from that one.
    I sold my bike when the kids were younger and being a single parent for 17 years I had limited resources for it until they were a little older.
    Wow, Joe, more memories! First love, and all. Has anyone heard from him lately?
    The ride back from Moab was rather warm. It took just as long to get home from the tunnel as it did from Moab to the tunnel.
    I saw a ways back in the blog something about Mr O'Donnell at McMeen being a perv. I thought he only did that to me. He embarrassed me so badly a couple of times I cried. The next time I smashed clay - from art- all over his nice white shirt. He was pissed but I told my mean teacher mother about it and he never did it again. Imagine if he was teaching today!
    I loved the party photos but since I couldn't be there I wish the names were with them. I will plan on putting names to the faces at Blogfest!

  • July 3, 2007

    5:34 PM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    friday night sounds like a good night to designate for blogfest..what does evrybody think ? Both nights could work too..That way everyone can attend at one time or another.. i'll call don see wht he thinks.

  • July 3, 2007

    5:17 PM

    Barbie A. writes:

    Hi bloggers!! Is it just my computer or did anyone else get nice piano music while signing on and waiting? I'm still on dial-up internet. It's still playing while I'm typing, relaxing!

    I've written Sept. down for "blogfest". Hope to be able to make it!

    I'll be watching for more details!

  • July 3, 2007

    5:03 PM

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  • July 3, 2007

    3:22 PM

    G. Brangoccio writes:

    Hey Karin, The Colorado Mountain (and a lot of wine) Festival is in Palisades on September 15th., let's talk. Jimi Hendrix at the Regis Fieldhouse with Soft Machine was a mind blower. Haven't been the same. While we were waiting for "Dad" to pick us up Jimi and the Experience came out and talked with us before their limo whisked them away. They were very small with giant hair. Spanish Castle Magic. G.

  • July 3, 2007

    3:11 PM

    karin writes:

    Dave, what day is the BBQ? is that a fri and sat night? will look and get it down on calendar for sure, hope everyone can come!! think Don will let us bring Mr Trailer to stay in the parking lot???? that is a cross country trip for us our here, we need to think about a way to stay the night!! ahhhhhhhhhh those wonderful september nights!! sounds really fun, I need to talk to Joy and see if that is the weekend of the "winefest" up in Paonia too! George is playing at that event and we were planning on going to see him. Ill get the dates to everything and fine tune...later-gator

  • July 3, 2007

    9:21 AM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • July 3, 2007

    8:43 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    If anyone is looking for something to do on fri or saturday july 13th and 14th , "Wild Blue is palying at a club called "Time out" 92nd and sheridan. Basically boulder turnpike and sheridan. Club is on the southwest corner of 92nd and sheridan . Shares parking lot with Lowes. Nice place good food, no cover. Come on out!..
    Ray, message recieved.
    Blogfest is a reality.. Don is having anothr banner made for us and there is a barbecue. Please put this on your schedule. Love to see everyone again. Sept 14th and 15th.
    Augys pub and Grille. mississpippi and chambers.

  • July 3, 2007

    7:58 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • July 3, 2007

    7:11 AM

    Ray Wells writes:

    Hey everybody, been away from the site for a while. Good to see everyone is still on. Dave I would love to play on the CD, always looking for an oportunity to play.
    Diana, it was nice having lunch with you at Murphy Creek.
    Hey Royce, did you ever find my glasses?

  • July 2, 2007

    8:04 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    now THATS hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • July 2, 2007

    4:46 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon!

  • July 2, 2007

    4:29 PM

    lance writes:

    it's so hot, today i saw a dog take a leak on a tree and the dog and the tree got into an altercation about who got the water.

  • July 2, 2007

    3:58 PM

    Diana Chilcutt (77) writes:

    Royce helped me find this site again. Dana/Georgia thanks. Had lunch last week at the cherry crest. Amber gave me your e-mail address, but the pictures came back???

    My dad Bob enjoyed talking to all of you but we could not find Evie. At least Kristy was able to talk to him.

    WOW. My face still hurts from smiling.

  • July 2, 2007

    2:42 PM

    Karin.......... writes:

    wow. its plain hot..... Liz. I KNOW that western slope heat...... you are just imobilized huh?? i have spent many 100 degree days in glenwood in the river. it is just the best, but do NOT get out of the river until dark!! this is the first Ive heard about a "blogfest" at auggies. how fun!!! a great way to get together again!! Dave, your band is playing there too?? how great is that!!! can't wait!! we missed you sat, but totally loved being with Sue!! will get ya next time!!Liz, we are leaving for Trappers lake on the 14th will probably start scootin' your way later in that week, maybe thurs? will call you for sure! can't wait to see ya and meet your hubby!! well, guess Ill try and walk to the mailbox without melting.....................way too hot for me!!................"everywhere people looking half-dead.walkin on a sidewalk hotter than a match-head" very timely song for today! whew! stay cool pals!!

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    7:40 AM

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  • July 2, 2007

    7:29 AM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    THANKS liz!!! i hit the post office once a week eagerly hoping for a package,,, nothin yet!
    lance,, i will bring some one barrel rum with me,, you want some?

  • July 1, 2007

    11:46 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    OOOOOOPS!

  • July 1, 2007

    9:11 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hit post once :-)

  • July 1, 2007

    8:03 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HI GAYLE,,,,

    GLAD TO SEE YOU MADE IT BACK SAFELY FROM MOAB. HOW WAS THE RIDE? I'VE BEEN CURIOUS,,,WHEN AND HOW DID YOU GET SO INTO MOTORCYCLES? AND THAT KIND OF LONG RIDES? THE SUN MUST HAVE REALLY BAKED YOU GOOD THIS TIME.

    HEY RON G......ENJOYED HANGIN WITH YOU THE OTHER NIGHT,,,ANOTHER TIME SOON?


    NO UNWANTED FIRES LIGHTED OVER THE WEEKEND EVERYBODY!

  • July 1, 2007

    8:01 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HI GAYLE,,,,

    GLAD TO SEE YOU MADE IT BACK SAFELY FROM MOAB. HOW WAS THE RIDE? I'VE BEEN CURIOUS,,,WHEN AND HOW DID YOU GET SO INTO MOTORCYCLES? AND THAT KIND OF LONG RIDES? THE SUN MUST HAVE REALLY BAKED YOU GOOD THIS TIME.

    HEY RON G......ENJOYED HANGIN WITH YOU THE OTHER NIGHT,,,ANOTHER TIME SOON?


    NO UNWANTED FIRES LIGHTED OVER THE WEEKEND EVERYBODY!

  • July 1, 2007

    8:00 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HI GAYLE,,,,

    GLAD TO SEE YOU MADE IT BACK SAFELY FROM MOAB. HOW WAS THE RIDE? I'VE BEEN CURIOUS,,,WHEN AND HOW DID YOU GET SO INTO MOTORCYCLES? AND THAT KIND OF LONG RIDES? THE SUN MUST HAVE REALLY BAKED YOU GOOD THIS TIME.

    HEY RON G......ENJOYED HANGIN WITH YOU THE OTHER NIGHT,,,ANOTHER TIME SOON?


    NO UNWANTED FIRES LIGHTED OVER THE WEEKEND EVERYBODY!

  • July 1, 2007

    7:37 PM

    evie blood-smyth brown writes:

    Hi Dana and Georgia.......meant every word in the note. You guys are, and always have been, incredible!! Royce and I were talking about the party again yesterday. We went on the Photobucket site and looked at all of the pictures....was really the most fun I have ever had at a party..mainly because of all of the great people I was able to see again. How lucky to get the chance to see old friends from the past and see they are doing well. Enjoyed everything about that day!!! Mary Johnson...I came looking for you to talk with you but I guess you had already left. Was nice seeing you! I was at a ranch in Montana last year with a friend (Bozeman). What a beautiful state! I can sure see why you moved there! Have a great 4th of July Creamery Bloggers! Evie

  • July 1, 2007

    5:21 PM

    Dying from the heat Liz - 76 writes:

    OK Bill - I think I've got it! See what a 105 degree day in Colorado can do? I copied the VCR tape onto DVD. I will go to the post office and mail it tomorrow!!

  • July 1, 2007

    4:52 PM

    Gayle Davis writes:

    Hi Dave - Please do tell John Deal hi for me. I haven't seen him since I worked with Terri at her American Family agency. He was alway so much fun when he came in. Also saw Mary J there with her son one day. Terri and AmFam mutually parted ways - "so she could pursue other interests" -. We were always a little like oil and water. I haven't seen her or talked to her for a while.
    I really had fun the last time I saw you and your band play. I was dancing with my son. It was a few years ago, I think he was about 21 and he is pushing 29. Do you remember George Ufema? I bowled with him for a few years. I don't think he was a creamery kid but I think he graduated with you. I haven't seen him since I quit bowling to do breast cancer treatment. That was January of 04. We would chat about GW days. Hope to see you at BLOGFEST!!!

  • July 1, 2007

    4:50 PM

    lance writes:

    mary. silly wasn't the message.. have some more rum.

  • July 1, 2007

    4:26 PM

    Mary at the risk of getting pissed off at writes:

    Bill, that was me that has the airstrip off our property. Really do but don't do drugs!! Mystery solved? KAPISCH? (SP)

    Just messing around and too much RUM!!

  • July 1, 2007

    4:17 PM

    Mary writes:

    Augie Don, remember taking me to see Jimmy Hendrix before he got popular at - what college was that! Think about it! That was unbelievable!

    Lance you are silly too!

  • July 1, 2007

    3:53 PM

    lance writes:

    makes me wounder. how come, when i open my refrigerator and see some of the condiments with a little less savory look to them. when i use the right utensil, they are all fine for consumption. imagine that!

  • July 1, 2007

    3:43 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Mary,
    So glad to see you back on. I would love to jump off a bridge into a river right about now! Might as well just turn off the hot tub. Probably won't get in it very soon! Take care of yourself and say "Hey" to Donnie, ok???

  • July 1, 2007

    3:31 PM

    lance writes:

    Mary, why are you on a me trip? It should be a we trip. why are you leaving yourself out ?
    involve yourself, and they will enjoy it toooo.

    try it,,,, you'll have a pleasant surprise.

  • July 1, 2007

    3:07 PM

    lance writes:

    OH ya, dave, if blogfest lasts two nights. will augy let us bring motor homes and tents to this one too?
    the out back of the place might have room.

    Wazz Out.. aurora pd might have a conniption.

  • July 1, 2007

    3:07 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • July 1, 2007

    3:03 PM

    Mary writes:

    Hey Liz, I got brave and got back on if you know what I mean.

    It's been really hot here too!! The Bitterroot river is right down the road so when my grandson comes here, he and his dad are going to jump off the bridge to cool off. Maybe Donnie too! Not me. Then Thursday or Friday it's off on the Zodiac Raft for everyone - except me. It scares me too much and I'd be just a bi--ch and ruin it. I'll stay home and fix a good meal and pick them up afterwards.

    Hi everyone else too!

  • July 1, 2007

    2:46 PM

    lance writes:

    dave p., sent a memo, wanting us to start revving up blogfest. i thought of a subliminal message.


    BLOGFEST@AUGYS!!! BLOGFEST@AUGYS!!! BLOGFEST@AUGYS!!!BLOGFEST@AUGYS!!!
    So mark your calendars !

  • July 1, 2007

    2:30 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hey Bill,
    I bet you do have some compromising video of Thor in his younger days! Don't we all? I think he is a sweetheart - he even told me I could slide down his pole! (At the firestation of course!) Will have to take him up on that offer next time I am in Denver. Thor - are you ready??

    Stay cool Creamery kids! It is about 103 up here. Think I will stay inside and try to figure out how to copy my VCR tape to DVD. That could take all afternoon! Time for a nice frozen Pina Colada I say!!

  • July 1, 2007

    12:27 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    H all, been off the blog awhile, Karin, sorry I was working today. I'd like to see the new house. Email help for BLOGFEST at augy's sept 14 and 15th would be great.
    Dana, getting the guys in the band to help on the cd was difficult. Busy schedules and all.
    Sometimes to many chefs can spoil the broth.
    I hope to collaborate with othe rmusicians much more on my next cd. I just sent one song off to eddie ulibarri who was the singer with alexis. He is going to do the vocals. We can now record cross country with the new technology available. If ray Wells is checking in to the blog, maybe I can get him to play some guitar on the album. Whatta ya say ray?
    Time to start talking up BLOGFEST at AUGYS
    sept 14 and 15th. Wild Blue is playing both nights. A specific night has not been designated yet. How about both nights?
    DON is laying on a barbecue. More details upcoming.. Stay tuned.
    Gail Davis! Hi ! I will tell John Deal we heard from you on the blog. Dont know if you have seen him lately. Hows Terri? Sorry you missed creamstock. Come to blogfest. Okay?
    Okay!

  • June 30, 2007

    9:26 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • June 30, 2007

    9:24 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Time for nightly financails, another $20 today, thanks to Evie, were down only $30 now. Also thanks for your nice card Evie and to all of you others who have sent thank yous to us. Later us.

  • June 30, 2007

    9:18 PM

    Mary writes:

    I am looking forward to my daughter and her famiily coming here to Montana for the 4th. Donnie and Robb and probably Cam will be on the Bitterroot River fishing early on the 4th, then get lots of fireworks after. I always feel bad about the animals. I will call my neighbor and let her know ahead so she has a heads up on her llamas, goats, etc.

    Bill-bo - hey now silly!

  • June 30, 2007

    6:46 PM

    karin writes:

    is there snow in the forecast????????????? sheesh!!!!!!!!! Im NOT great in heat, get cranky. Dana, thanks pal, if you get it Ill be forever thankful!! hope we can get to the high country for the 4th

  • June 30, 2007

    6:21 PM

    lance writes:

    beth e., when bill gets home, i bought him some realy good lens cleaner. maybe he will see better.

  • June 30, 2007

    6:03 PM

    lance writes:

    bill, be sure and bring shoes and thermal underwear. the way summer is going, in august, it might only be 102dgs.

  • June 30, 2007

    5:17 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    liz,, thor the 'sweetheart', just sent me a threatning e-mail concerning compromising video. something about dragging up old stuff on me. i better back out now!!! har har.

    mary,, i don't know what or who you did, but i was never pissed at you. i don't think.
    got any compromising video? : )
    i'm home alone,,, don't bring up spanking!!!

  • June 30, 2007

    2:36 PM

    Sandy K writes:

    Mary J. What happened to the pictures you were going to e-mail me of Nellie and the horses??

  • June 30, 2007

    2:01 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    sat.

  • June 30, 2007

    1:25 PM

    Mary writes:

    Just want to say I deserved the biggest spanking of all. I am sorry I pissed so many off. That's all!

  • June 30, 2007

    9:12 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Good morning everyone.

    Lance I am in Wyoming, I will check out the website - thank you. It is as hot here as in Denver, but I enjoy it.
    Stay cool all.

    Have a happy weekend.

  • June 30, 2007

    8:16 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone.

    Lance I am in Wyoming, I will check out the website - thank you. It is as hot here as in Denver, but I enjoy it.
    Stay cool all.

    Have a happy weekend.

  • June 29, 2007

    9:49 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    Hi All, Liz again... Sitting out on my deck looking at the full moon, listening to the crickets..

    Karin - YES, can't wait for your visit. Horses have new shoes and are ready to go! Give me a call and let me know when you will be here! Can't wait!

    Bill - No compromising video of Thor. He is a sweetheart! Just a nice message to you, thats all. He told me about his visit to Belize....sounds wonderful. Can't wait to actually meet you in person! August????? My sis and I will definitely be there!

    Have a great Friday night everyone!

  • June 29, 2007

    9:06 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    ??

  • June 29, 2007

    8:28 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Good to see all of you on. No checks for the last couple of days so no financial report. Thanks again to all that contributed, again were only $50 short. Anyone still wanting to contribute send it to me:
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Lit Co 80128

    Karin no receipe yet.

    Lance were thinking Sunday maybe a scoot to Netherlands, Ward etc. couple of pretty good places to eat at. Should be alot cooler up there. Last Sunday we hit Augies, dropped off the CreameryStock sign to Dons X, she was really friendly, HA!!!! Then went over to the Greek Fair, it was way hot on the bikes. Give me a call if you want to go.

    Dave finally got to the CD, sorry it took so long, nice job, obviously alot of work went into it. Enjoyed it. Have you ever thought of letting the band in on doing some of those songs with you?

    Royce we should do a get together, with burgers and the fire pit and maybe play some frisbee.

    Keep on blogging, Later

  • June 29, 2007

    7:31 PM

    lance writes:

    Sandie , i'm sorry. i don't remember what state you live in. if you search, www.let's ride .com. the whole world will pop up. i'm sure there are other like sites. a lot of fun info to travel with..

  • June 29, 2007

    7:04 PM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Karin - Sabin would be perfect, yes I got a chance to gab with him for a few, it was great!

    Thinking about all of you Harley Dudes - there is a small gathering here called Hog Fest - only about 1,000 riders or so. Just made me think about you - I still want my ride!!! Some really nice bikes.

    Hi Royce B. I am glad you are on. Tried to call you no one home. I will try again.

    Have a great evening all.

  • June 29, 2007

    6:36 PM

    lance writes:

    doug b., are you up?

  • June 29, 2007

    5:51 PM

    lance writes:

    dana, if it gets much hotter, the bikes might get stuck in asphalt. let's head for the hills.

  • June 29, 2007

    5:11 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    BIG storm wednesday night,, took out my wireless antenna on the roof, along with one of the thatch umbrellas on the beach! had to tie down the dog and cat!!
    anyway,, Jerry l. thanks for stopping at mom and dads. they really appreciated it I'm sure, as i do as well.. thanks!!
    Liz,, if you have 'compromising' video of Thor,, i can swap you 'compromising' photos!! or stories,, got lots of both!!
    Beth,, going back now and do a search,,,

  • June 29, 2007

    5:04 PM

    karin writes:

    well.................SABIN comes to mind for santa!! what do ya think of that one?? he looks just like him!! did you get a chance to talk to him a CS? he is such a sweetheart, we just love him.Im so proud of all you guys for helping with the costs of CS, it does my heart good to know all of you!! wow.Im very impressed!! Royce, hey good to see ya! thanks again for letting us leave "Mr trailer" at your place for awhile! really appreciated it alot!! your the best!! IVe been cleaning it for our vacation and cracking up at the "feldergarb" I found in it after the big event!!I found a beer can that stuck to the tape on the "creamstock" poster!! it was hilarious! then there was just the endless"debris" of a few "happy" folks left behind. was giving me a good smile!!

  • June 29, 2007

    9:53 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    Good morning all !

    Lorie Devries - I wanted to thank you for the info on the old house. I drove by while I was in Denver, it was Sunday and no one seemed to be around. It was great to hear from you, please keep in touch. I apologize for the delay in responding to your blog.

    Karin - who can we get to play Santa?

    Have a happy one all.

  • June 29, 2007

    9:23 AM

    royce b writes:

    glad to see everyone back on this thing, good job everyone to get dana squared away. talked to him and he's just a little short but thanks goes out to everyone. kim w will i holler at you. its neat to read this stuff. hope to see you all soon. keep in touch.royce b

  • June 29, 2007

    9:19 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    tgif!

  • June 29, 2007

    9:14 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning all !

    Lorie Devries - I wanted to thank you for the info on the old house. I drove by while I was in Denver, it was Sunday and no one seemed to be around. It was great to hear from you, please keep in touch. I apologize for the delay in responding to your blog.

    Karin - who can we get to play Santa?

    Have a happy one all.

  • June 29, 2007

    7:37 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • June 29, 2007

    7:11 AM

    R writes:

    alicia,i hope alls well with you.i have a wonderfull family and im doing ok,im fine with what happened and wish you the very best. good bye

  • June 28, 2007

    9:43 PM

    kim wilson sinicki '75 writes:

    Alicia, sorry my fingers are faster than my brain tonight, daughter is Jessica 16, ray said he would talk to you.

  • June 28, 2007

    9:32 PM

    Kim Wilson Sinicki '75 writes:

    Alicia, glad to hear from you. I would like to get together. You can email me at ksinicki@superiorwc.com.
    We have two kids, Josh 18, Jessice 16. Ray said her would talk to you.

    Royce B - you still owe me lunch..... just give me a call.next week or week after. Sorry work is really crazy this week.

  • June 28, 2007

    9:09 PM

    karin writes:

    DANA!!! WOW!! really?? Im so excited, that was simply the best BBQ sauce Ive had in many years!! I promise I only want to use it myself!! you wont see me on the food network next to Paula or Rachel giving out the recipe!! how COOL!! your the best........however.I know we all think that!!!! LIZ good to see ya girlfriend!! we are still planning a visit in July to see you ok?> Ill call you and get all the info to find you etc!! can't wait!! what is so damn exciting about all of this , is that we will ALL have lifelong friends because of this blog!! how incredible is that??? I Sandi, hope to see you at the holidays if not sooner.!!how fun!!Barbie?? you live here In the big "D" don't you?? I sure hope so, that means it will be easy to see you again too!! we love your brother!! you guys are both so cool!! well, guess ILL go get jammies on, missed CSI, oh well, your all much better than that old stuff!! talk to ya soon!! nighty night kids!! now don't stay up too late ok??

  • June 28, 2007

    8:52 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HI GAYLE,,,SORRY I DIDN'T MENTION THE DATE OF CS.,,THOUGHT I DID,,,OLD AGE I GUESS. THE OLD SAYING,,,THE SHORT TERM MEMORY IS THE SECOND THING TO GO,,,AND I CAN'T REMEMBER WHAT THE FIRST THING IS. I REALLY HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT TO THE NEXT EVENT,,,LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU IN PERSON AGAIN AFTER ALL OF THESE YEARS. MAYBE YOU'LL REMEMBER ME FROM THE PAST THEN? GLAD YOU MADE IT ONTO THE BLOG,,,,COME ON BACK NOW.

    SUE HOWARD,,,,HAS BEEN A LONG TIME,,,I'LL BE WRITING TO YOU SOON,,,OK?
    THANKS FOR THE EMAIL!!!

    DON,,,DID YOU SURVIVE? WILL SEE YOU SOMETIME TOMORROW NIGHT,,I'LL BE THERE, JUST DON'T KNOW THE TIME YET.

  • June 28, 2007

    8:39 PM

    Gayle (still) Davis - 70 writes:

    Wow, Tom A told me about this blog a while after it had been going. Then he emails me there will be a party but didn't say when. Well, I found out about it as I was leaving on vacation the very same day. I really enjoyed sharing all of the memories and seeing the photos of the party. Something, like age, happened. I am no longer in denial, I thought I was too young to have these twenty-something kids calling me mom and the six younger ones calling me grammy. It seems like just yesterday we were hanging out. Thanks to all of you for vividly bringing back memories that I hadn't thought about in years. Its been so much fun to catch up. I am sorry that I missed creamstock but hope to catch the next one.

  • June 28, 2007

    7:39 PM

    Liz (Blackwell) Lippitt - 76 writes:

    HI Creamery Kids! Life is crazy busy. Just got a chance to catch up on the blog. The day after CS, I took a little nostalgic tour of the old hood. Left a note in Sheryl Webbs old mailbox. She called me a couple of days ago! I was so excited to hear from her. The rumor of her daughter passing away was just a rumor - thank goodness! She is doing well - living in Evergreen. I will keep in touch with her and drag her to the next CS event. This is what it is all about...thank you everyone for keeping such an incredible thing going!

    Bill - I have video of Thor for you. I have just been crazy busy, and have still not figured out how to copy my VCR tape to DVD. I PROMISE I will work on it, and get it mailed to you. Sheryl Webb said she remembers you, but she may have been thinking of Bob Taylor who was in our class. Do you remember her? She dated Tom Anderson for a couple of years, and they got married a couple of years out of high school. Any idea what ever happened to Tom?

    Love all you guys..... Keep Blogging!!!!! Liz

  • June 28, 2007

    3:39 PM

    Joy writes:

    Hey Sue! Long time no see! So sorry about your losses. 9 grandchildren! Wow! I'm jealous. My girls are 24 and 17 and no grandbabies on the horizon as yet. Can't wait though...patience Joy. Gettin old is right! But havin' fun doing it!

    CS'rs I'm believe I've finally recovered from the big party and ready for another round! Where are we meeting up with Bill?

    And Royce B., I must again tell you how wonderful you and yours are...more perfect hosts could not be found.! (even though you called me a party pooper as we left on Sunday morning, though I wasn't the only quiet one on Sunday!! My "hair-of-the dog" days are over! Leave that to all those young ones -- they could sure party!)

    Hi Sandie - thanks for missing us!
    Karin call me!

  • June 28, 2007

    3:25 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    !!

  • June 28, 2007

    3:00 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    afternoon cs peeps

  • June 28, 2007

    1:51 PM

    Jerry Larsen71 writes:

    Jerry C.: thanks, but no apology necessary-the old ones are sometimes the deepest. you are a good guy to have known all these years.

    Bill T.: I stopped in and saw your Mom and Dad while I was there-both are looking good-had a nice visit.

    Tom A: you're right- a few hours on a Saturday evening in June just ain't enough. looking forward to next time to spend more time.

    Without a moderator or two, ignoring the bit of nastiness that has shown up here is the only way to deal with it. A windup is a windup and acknowledging them only feeds the process, in my opinion. peace

  • June 28, 2007

    11:23 AM

    MIKE writes:

    HI everybody nice to be back.
    You've all been in my prayers, hope yuo don't mind.

  • June 28, 2007

    10:35 AM

    beth erickson Hawaiian at heart writes:

    Aloha all Hows it?Happy Hau'oli La Hanau Don. Bill hint talking to liz and nancy holding a captain morgan.Don't zoom in i might scare you.Bill I hope you have just as much fun as we did.Mahalos all around later

  • June 28, 2007

    8:18 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good morning everyone. I agree, ignore the stupidity!!! Forest Gump said it best "Stupid is, as stupid does"

    Dave and all, talked to Don yesterday - he's jazzed about September. He turned a year cooler yesterday.

    Karin - Christmas sounds better already.

    Beth - thank you for the wishes, I will pass them on to Annie.

    Where's Joy and George?

    Have a happy one !

  • June 28, 2007

    7:21 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • June 27, 2007

    10:56 PM

    TA-da writes:

    ONE LAST COMMENT,,,,,I JUST LEARNED TODAY IS MR AUGY'S HIMSELF,,,,,DON'S BIRTHDAY! HEY MAN,,,,HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ANOTHER ONE THIS MONTH. I DON'T KNOW ASTROLOGY VERY WELL, BUT I ASSUME YOU ARE A GEMINI ALSO? HMMMM, COULD BE. ANYWAY HOPE IT WAS HAPPY AND SAFE, AS I USED TO SAY,,,,IF YOU CAN'T BE GOOD,,,AT LEAST BE GOOD AT IT!

  • June 27, 2007

    10:51 PM

    TA-da writes:

    SORRY,,,,,MY OLD FRIEND JACK ALMOST PUT TOO BIG OF A SMILE ON MY FACE, AND LEFT THE SPELLING BEHIND!

  • June 27, 2007

    10:48 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    KARIN,,,,,GIVES A NEW MEANING FOR A WHITE CHRISTMAS? WOULD BE FUN FOR THE "CREAM" OF THE CROP. HAVE TO AD THE OLD PROVERB,,,,"LIFE IS LIKE A ROLL OF TOILET PAPER,,,,AH, HELL I FORGOT THE PUNCH LINE,,,,SOMETHING LIKE THE OLDER IT GETS , THE FASTER IT GOES. YUO ALL KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

    RON FRIDAY STILL LOOKS GOOD.

  • June 27, 2007

    9:10 PM

    lance writes:

    dana, a scootin gathering would be nice toooo.

  • June 27, 2007

    8:51 PM

    barbie a. 68 writes:

    I totally agree with the sentiments of keeping this cs blog alive and fun and ignore the negative that doesn't belong!!! They just don't "get" what we've got going and I think they are jealous. Too bad!!!
    Karin--Christmas creamstock??!! Sounds good!

  • June 27, 2007

    8:49 PM

    lance writes:

    karin and nancy, and to every one that has blogged with their positive thoughts!.. think i was one of the first to give a spanking for blogging anonymously. and got spanked for being maybe a little harsh.
    WE, know who we are! we are friends, not foes. we also know who's who. or someone that does. message to the ones that try to cause disruption,,,you can't brake our chain...

  • June 27, 2007

    8:36 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    ...

  • June 27, 2007

    8:13 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Nightly financial time, thanks to Mark Mc, were only down $50 now. Mike I don't even remember talking to you at CS sorry was pretty busy pulling pig and dancing. Thanks again.

    Good job Dave keep us informed.

    Karin talked to Georgias owner today he said he'll print me a copy of the recepie.

    Again thanks to all who have been donating, keep it coming cause were almost even and then we can tip the band, again my address is:
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Lit Co 80128

    Later

  • June 27, 2007

    7:13 PM

    Karin writes:

    Hi all. Nancy, you said it all, if you cant be nice DONT PLAY>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>this is a place for all of us to relive and relove our childhoods!! don'tlet ANY fool take that away ok?? ok, now Im back!! Dave, hey Ill help in anyway I can to put out info ok? you know Im here for ya dude!! Im here for all of you crazy guys!! creamstock was JUST the beginning, we will have many, endless meetings for all of us to get together ok? and listen to this one! IM already planning our very first "creamstock christmas" ok?? are ya there??? anyway, my last words are that we need to ignor any and all negitive CRAP that shows up on this site ok??? they are NOT worth a response!! so lets all just keep our nice, fun stuff going..forever!! we are all together in this and nothing can crash that!!!

  • June 27, 2007

    6:36 PM

    nancy b-g '79 writes:

    Hi everyone! Geez, I go out of town and lots of interesting blogging. Lance, I haven't gotten a wart, I was just out of blogging touch....Didn't even check my email for 5 days! It was NICE!!

    Anyway, Dave, my sisters and I all went to that nursery school! I think Liz may remember the lady who ran it. I thought there was a woman named Mrs. Silcott or something. I remember one time seeing my sister Virginia lying on one of the cots (or a pad on the floor) and she was supposed to be taking an extra nap because she didn't eat her peaches! Thanks for that memory-I miss Virginia!!

    MJ-it was great to meet you and I am sorry that you felt bad. I don't know anything about the past since I just met you on the blog and it is not any of my business anyway. Thank you so much for bringing the picture of Nellie for Liz. I know that she really appreciated it! I have very patchy memories of riding at Nellie's stables and don't really remember her much, but I know that Liz's love for horses came from Nellie.

    Let's all just be nice to each other, everyone. Like Tom said, life is too short. I regret the way I treated my sister Virginia when I was little. A short time before she died I apologized and she was the warmest, sweetest girl and she said she understood. Now, if my schizophrenic sister, who I teased a lot, could forgive me, think about it people. We are all on this earth together. There is enough fighting in the world, so why do it here??? And to whomever said we are nerds (nurds?), so WHAT if we are???

    I will get off my high horse now. It just pisses me off to see some of this crap. We are here to share memories, not all this negative stuff. Deep breath...I love you guys!!

  • June 27, 2007

    5:51 PM

    Lynette Miller (South 73) writes:

    Sue Howard...I've been watching for you. Would love to talk to you and catch up. My email lynetteivy@yahoo.com. Please write!

  • June 27, 2007

    5:35 PM

    Alicia writes:

    K. Sinicki; Sorry, but I do not with any regularity get on very much. Yes, we did meet at Englewood many years ago. I do not even think I could get Ray to talk to me, but I would like to get together with you if and when I get back to Denver this fall. Do you have children?

  • June 27, 2007

    4:59 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    OK beth,, i scoured both the belize and n2bluz photobucket sites and saw no blue flower shorts with white top????
    got another hint?

  • June 27, 2007

    2:57 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    AFTERNOON!

  • June 27, 2007

    9:48 AM

    beth erickson writes:

    Aloha kakahiaka Dana and Karin happy belated birthday hope it was a good one.Mahalo's to everyone for the great time at creamstock it was just amazing. More of you SEDBO needed to be there you would have had fun.If nothing else just trying to firgure out who everybody is.Bill don.t feel bad Lance didn't recognize me either,come to think about it not alot of poeple did.I still had a great time.Loved seeing everyone missed alot of you next time. Royce your kids were great especially Andy he kept everyone in line.Good kids to be proud of.Bill hint Blue flowered shorts white top.Dana & Georgia Great eats.Dave and band awsome tunes,Larry too.All you guys with the young kids you make me feel old when I have grandkid older then some of them.Ya got to love it.I'm glad everybody made it home safe and sound no problems.My last week in Denver was hectic,lot of time with grandkids did get to talk with Kirk smith's dad,He's a great man love them old dudes. Loved seeing and meeting everyone,Sandie prayers to your friend and all the men and women away from home.Joy can you post Bill's note I missed the first of it. Mailman Mike Shannon my daugther inlaw works at Littleton Main office.Well need to go work in the garden weeds took over.Loved talking to each and everyone of you Later beth

  • June 27, 2007

    9:32 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • June 27, 2007

    6:33 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    ATTENTION ALL BLOGGERS!
    IF YOU MISSED CREAMSTOCK ONE OR COULNT SEE TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DANCE FLOOR OR COULDNT FIND WHO YOU WERE LOOKING FOR, A NEW EVENT HAS BEEN SCHEDULED.
    ******SEPTEMBER 14TH AND 15TH****
    ******AUGYS PUB AND GRILL***
    (DON STARNS NIGHTCLUB)
    ENTERTAINMENT BY WILD BLUE
    DON WILL BE HOSTING A BARBECUE
    COME EARLY STAY LATE
    LETS MEET YOUR FREINDS
    EVERYONE IS INVITED
    i WILL ENLIST SOME HELP TO SEND EMAILS OUT TO EVERYONE THAT WE HAVE ADDRESSES FOR.
    A SPECIFIC NIGHT HAS NOT YET BEEN SELECTED (FRI OR SAT
    LOCATION IS CHAMBERS AND MISSISSIPPI
    BRING FREINDS SONS DAUGHTERS AND GRANDKIDS 21 OR OVER. (WOW)
    THANKS, DAVE

  • June 26, 2007

    8:07 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    1234

  • June 26, 2007

    7:38 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Joy My cousin told me about this Blog. I have missed you. Both of my parents are gone. I don't come home very often. Russ passed away 2 yrs ago. I have my 3 girl and 9 grandchildren I cannot beleive how old we are . I remember the old days, we got into alot of trouble but we had fun. I miss you Susan ( Sue) Howard

  • June 26, 2007

    7:38 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Joy My cousin told me about this Blog. I have missed you. Both of my parents are gone. I don't come home very often. Russ passed away 2 yrs ago. I have my 3 girl and 9 grandchildren I cannot beleive how old we are . I remember the old days, we got into alot of trouble but we had fun. I miss you Susan ( Sue) Howard

  • June 26, 2007

    7:38 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Joy My cousin told me about this Blog. I have missed you. Both of my parents are gone. I don't come home very often. Russ passed away 2 yrs ago. I have my 3 girl and 9 grandchildren I cannot beleive how old we are . I remember the old days, we got into alot of trouble but we had fun. I miss you Susan ( Sue) Howard

  • June 26, 2007

    7:38 PM

    Susan Howard 73 writes:

    Joy My cousin told me about this Blog. I have missed you. Both of my parents are gone. I don't come home very often. Russ passed away 2 yrs ago. I have my 3 girl and 9 grandchildren I cannot beleive how old we are . I remember the old days, we got into alot of trouble but we had fun. I miss you Susan ( Sue) Howard

  • June 26, 2007

    6:32 PM

    lance writes:

    nice to see the heat broke around here for a day or two.! karin, earring or earings it is hot. royce's mention of burgers and dogs. sounds good. byo. dave, bring the band.
    need music.

  • June 26, 2007

    5:46 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    i have been looking at the photos and i have to admit,, i don't reconise very many. granted,, i think most there were not from my class of 74, give or take a few, but people change. i had to zoom waaaay in to read the name tag on larry wilson's shirt! and then said,, wow,, didn't see that right off!!
    where are the shots of jerry c. beth, karen (turner), kim, any one else from around 74? i did see craig, jerry l. thor, joy, tom a. royce b.
    did kirk smith make it? any day bros? i saw mike weiler, ,,, details dammit!!!!

  • June 26, 2007

    5:17 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    DOUG M....I WAS REREADING IN THE BLOG AND READ YOUR COMMENT ON THE CS DAY,,,,FELT COMPELLED TO LET YOU KNOW,,,(RUB IT IN) ABOUT THE GOOD TIME I THINK YOU WOULD HAVE HAD. I REALLY DON'T MEAN TO RUB IT IN,,,,,JUST WANTED TO SAY TO YOU TO BE SURE AND LET ME KNOW WHEN YOU CAN MAKE IT TO TOWN IN OCT. SOUNDS LIKE YOUR FOLKS DON'T LIVE TOO FAR FROM ME. WAS THINKING ABOUT JUST HOW LONG IT HAS BEEN SINCE WE LAST CROSSED PATHS, WOULD BE TERRIFIC TO SPEND A LITTLE TIME TO REMENICE (SP).

    JERRY C. & JERRY L. WAS A SHORT TIME TO VISIT, HOPE TO MAKE A BETTER TIME OF IT NEXT TIME!

    OH, AND KARIN, I APPRECIATE THE INVITE TO BANDITOS, LET ME KNOW AND I'LL DO MY BEST TO GET THERE. STILL PLANNING TO GET TO AUGY'S AGAIN FRI. NIGHT. HOPE FOR SOME COMPANY,,,,RON G. STILL PLANNING TO MAKE IT? EMAIL ME IF YOU WOULD, I THINK SOMEONE I KNOW WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU SIR!

    HAS BEEN ALMOST TWO WEEKS SINCE CS,,,,JUST READING THE BLOGS ON THE EVENT HELPS RELIVE IT A LITTLE AGAIN.....TIS A BIT FUN FOR THIS OLD CREAMERY NERD.

  • June 26, 2007

    9:22 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    KATHY CASHMORE, This is dave peters. You may or may not remember , but your mom and my mom both worked the night shift at samsonite luggage uo on miss. and broadway. Your dad would babysit all of us, me , my bro rob and my little sister lisa and you and your bros mike and george. Our family goes all the way back to when we were just itty bitty kids. I am very sorry to hear about mike and george and am very happy to here from you on the blog. My dad passed awy from alzheimers about 12 years ago and my mom now 84 lives in old town mazatlan with her cat and dog and stays very busy. Wasnt your moms name Lucy? Is she still with us?
    And your dad? You all lived in the house at the corner of hudson and nebraska when the babysitting was happening.
    Question for creamery kids
    Whne I was very young my parents took us to daycare across the street from the creamery and the presbyterian church that was right across the street from dr. haglers office.
    a couple named don and lila ran the nursery znd thats what we called it ..the nursurey. It was in the basement of the church bldg. Did any one else spend their early childhood daytimes there?

  • June 25, 2007

    10:12 PM

    Larry '75 writes:

    Hey Karin.....let me know about the CD's and maybe I can have some for you at the Banditos get-together....

  • June 25, 2007

    9:13 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Karin sorry I forgot you, let us know we'll meet you at Banditos. Later

  • June 25, 2007

    9:04 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Good to see you on Kathy, sorry about Mike and George.

    Hey its time for the nightly financials, 2 more checks today, totalling $35. Thanks to Barb A. and Jody B. Were only down a $100 now. Almost ready to start tipping the band. Keep the checks coming, again, send them to:
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Littleton Colo 80128

    Royce lets do another when Bill gets out here, not as big as CreameryStock but a good get together around the fire pit.

    Think its time to ingnore to dork in Costa Rica, this has been to good a site to worry about his crap.

    MJ love the thonge. Keep blogging Later

  • June 25, 2007

    7:32 PM

    karin writes:

    hey al your guys out this way...on the 'west side? how about a get-together in the near future at Banditos?? it is the best Mexican food to us there is!! so Dana and Georgia, Yvonne and anyone else??? could be fun you kids!!Tom... you can come too right??> your such a sweetheart!!Cathy.....welcome aboard!! isn't this too much fun reading about all the crazy stuff that went on? just really cool experiences!! you also have my thoughts and prayers with you too. Im so sorry. my husband ran around with Mike and George. they had some "interesting"adventures for sure. glad to see you on here and reading some of the "American Grafitti" things!!

  • June 25, 2007

    7:10 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    BILL....JUST HAD A MEMORY OF WHEN GREG STOKER WAS TAKING PICTURES OF ME DOING BLEACH BURN OUTS AT THE CREAMERY ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON, WAS KIND OF FUN RAISING ALL OF THE SMOKE,,,BUT THE PICS DIDN'T TURN OUT FOR SOME REASON,,,,WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD FOR THE OLD SCRAP BOOK

  • June 25, 2007

    6:45 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    CATHY CASHMORE,,,,MY SISTER BARB TOLD ME LAST WEEK ABOUT GEORGE AND MIKE,,,,SO SORRY,,,DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING BEFORE CS,,,DIDN'T WANT TO BE THE ONE BEARING SAD TIDINGS, I WAS SOMEWHAT OF A FRIEND TO GEORGE, AND I REMEMBER BARB HAVING SOMEWHAT OF A CRUSH ON MIKE. WE WENT TO ST. VINCENTS ALSO EARLY ON. WAS SAD TO HEAR THE ADDITIONAL NAMES FOR THE MEMORIAL,,,BUT DIDN'T MAKE IT THERE YET.

    TO THE TWO JOKERS WHO ARE SUPPOSEDLY IN WHAT ,,,40'S OR 50'S. WHY NOT JUST GET DOWN AND TRADE NAMES AND MEET BEHIND DUCKWALLS JUST LIKE THE YOUNG PUNKS DID,(DO) AND GET IT OVER WITH?

    BILL TAYLOR....NOT DRIVING ANYTHING TOO EXCITING NOW ADAY,,,,HAVE AN 02 DODGE DAKOTA SXT,,,,,KIND OF FUN, BUT NOT TOO EXCITING. I JUST SOLD A 57 FORD RANCHERO MY DAD AND I RESTORED, HAD IT IN A LOT OF CAR SHOWS, BUT SINCE MY FOLKS PASSED, WASN'T MUCH FUN TO DRIVE ANYMORE. I HAVE A 56 CHEV PICK UP DISMANTLED IN MY GARAGE READY TO PUT BACK TOGETHER SOME DAY.WAS MY HOTROD FOR 13 YEARS, TIL THE REST OF THE TRUCK WORE OUT. HAD A FEW 350'S IN IT OVER THE YEARS WITH THE 4 SPEED. ONE IN PARTICULAR RAN VERY GOOD TIL IT SUCKED A VALVE. RAN EVERY BIT AS FAST AS THE NOVA WITH THAT ENGINE, AND HANDLED BETTER TOO. HOPE TO GET IT GOING WITH IN A COUPLE OF YEARS. IT HAS BEEN APART SINCE 1990. STARTED ON THE RANCHERO WHEN I GOT MY CHEV. APART. I DON'T REALLY ENJOY WORKING ON CARS LIKE I USED TO, AFTER MY KIDS' CARS OVER THE YEARS. (ONE WAS A 67 MUSTANG) FOR MY OLDEST KID. GOT IT RUNNING GREAT AND WAS READY FOR THE BODY SHOP FOR PAINT WHEN IT WAS BROADSIDED AND TOTALED. WHAT A DRAG.
    OVER THE YEARS HAD A 240Z, FIREBIRD, THEN BORING CARS SINCE MY DIVORCE.

  • June 25, 2007

    6:43 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    CATHY CASHMORE,,,,MY SISTER BARB TOLD ME LAST WEEK ABOUT GEORGE AND MIKE,,,,SO SORRY,,,DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING BEFORE CS,,,DIDN'T WANT TO BE THE ONE BEARING SAD TIDINGS, I WAS SOMEWHAT OF A FRIEND TO GEORGE, AND I REMEMBER BARB HAVING SOMEWHAT OF A CRUSH ON MIKE. WE WENT TO ST. VINCENTS ALSO EARLY ON. WAS SAD TO HEAR THE ADDITIONAL NAMES FOR THE MEMORIAL,,,BUT DIDN'T MAKE IT THERE YET.

    TO THE TWO JOKERS WHO ARE SUPPOSEDLY IN WHAT ,,,40'S OR 50'S. WHY NOT JUST GET DOWN AND TRADE NAMES AND MEET BEHIND DUCKWALLS JUST LIKE THE YOUNG PUNKS DID,(DO) AND GET IT OVER WITH?

    BILL TAYLOR....NOT DRIVING ANYTHING TOO EXCITING NOW ADAY,,,,HAVE AN 02 DODGE DAKOTA SXT,,,,,KIND OF FUN, BUT NOT TOO EXCITING. I JUST SOLD A 57 FORD RANCHERO MY DAD AND I RESTORED, HAD IT IN A LOT OF CAR SHOWS, BUT SINCE MY FOLKS PASSED, WASN'T MUCH FUN TO DRIVE ANYMORE. I HAVE A 56 CHEV PICK UP DISMANTLED IN MY GARAGE READY TO PUT BACK TOGETHER SOME DAY.WAS MY HOTROD FOR 13 YEARS, TIL THE REST OF THE TRUCK WORE OUT. HAD A FEW 350'S IN IT OVER THE YEARS WITH THE 4 SPEED. ONE IN PARTICULAR RAN VERY GOOD TIL IT SUCKED A VALVE. RAN EVERY BIT AS FAST AS THE NOVA WITH THAT ENGINE, AND HANDLED BETTER TOO. HOPE TO GET IT GOING WITH IN A COUPLE OF YEARS. IT HAS BEEN APART SINCE 1990. STARTED ON THE RANCHERO WHEN I GOT MY CHEV. APART. I DON'T REALLY ENJOY WORKING ON CARS LIKE I USED TO, AFTER MY KIDS' CARS OVER THE YEARS. (ONE WAS A 67 MUSTANG) FOR MY OLDEST KID. GOT IT RUNNING GREAT AND WAS READY FOR THE BODY SHOP FOR PAINT WHEN IT WAS BROADSIDED AND TOTALED. WHAT A DRAG.
    OVER THE YEARS HAD A 240Z, FIREBIRD, THEN BORING CARS SINCE MY DIVORCE.

  • June 25, 2007

    6:18 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    our price for an umbrealla 69.99 and free shipping.

    the pot - whoaaa,. That would really cause constipation!

  • June 25, 2007

    5:26 PM

    Doug Montrose '70 writes:

    Kathy (Cashmore) Howell I was friends with both Mike and George and spent time at your house. Please accept my condolences on their passing

  • June 25, 2007

    5:23 PM

    lance writes:

    who let the cats out ?? shazam !

  • June 25, 2007

    3:57 PM

    bill Taylor, runnin amuck,, amuck writes:

    appears someone's child got ahold of a computer?
    tom armstrong,, just out of curiosity,, what are you driving these days? and i don't wanna hear a mini cooper...

  • June 25, 2007

    3:42 PM

    under attack writes:

    BOTTA BOOM

  • June 25, 2007

    3:33 PM

    under attack writes:

    This bottom feeder the one asking Mike at the RMN for help and bragging about his marijuana addiction needs a lot of help you guys!

    He realy,, should see a proctologist.
    I'm a proctologist and here is my prescription.

    Take a couple a lbs. of weed , maybe in your case 5 or 6 lbs., leave them in the brick form and jam them up your gaping ASSHOLE!

    Like your mother told you, you
    "INFANTILE".

    Don't talk with your mouth full...

  • June 25, 2007

    2:28 PM

    lance writes:

    the lance2 post 10:44 am today was not me.
    but i have a good idea who it was though.


    ;

  • June 25, 2007

    1:57 PM

    Ron Naeve 79' writes:

    Kathy (Cashmore) Howell,
    The Hoffmans were familey friends of ours Opal Hoffman was a funny lady! I remember she used to write for Phylis Diller
    My Sister Cheryl was close friends with Chris too. Cheryl went to Merril and South, but we moved away for her Sr yr. she graduated in '67 too. My Brother Jim and I were friends with Charlotte and Karla Hoffman. Ed was on the blog a while back, we exchanged Emails.

  • June 25, 2007

    1:47 PM

    Kathy (Cashmore) Howell writes:

    Wow, Karen told me about this and all the names, places and mutual experiences bring back many memories. I remember Ed Hoffman and his family was friends with his sister Chris. Went to first Steven Knight, McMeen, Merril and graduated from GW in "67". I don't know if anyone remembers Mike and George and Kathy Cashmore? Sad to say George and Mike past away George 6 years ago and Mike last month. We lived on Monaco and Iowa next door to the Hoffman family.

  • June 25, 2007

    1:47 PM

    Kathy (Cashmore) Howell writes:

    Wow, Karen told me about this and all the names, places and mutual experiences bring back many memories. I remember Ed Hoffman and his family was friends with his sister Chris. Went to first Steven Knight, McMeen, Merril and graduated from GW in "67". I don't know if anyone remembers Mike and George and Kathy Cashmore? Sad to say George and Mike past away George 6 years ago and Mike last month. We lived on Monaco and Iowa next door to the Hoffman family.

  • June 25, 2007

    1:47 PM

    Kathy (Cashmore) Howell writes:

    Wow, Karen told me about this and all the names, places and mutual experiences bring back many memories. I remember Ed Hoffman and his family was friends with his sister Chris. Went to first Steven Knight, McMeen, Merril and graduated from GW in "67". I don't know if anyone remembers Mike and George and Kathy Cashmore? Sad to say George and Mike past away George 6 years ago and Mike last month. We lived on Monaco and Iowa next door to the Hoffman family.

  • June 25, 2007

    11:04 AM

    royce b writes:

    hey, we may want to have a barbeque in august the next day. everyone bring a burger or dog. i'll supply the chickens. no since in stopping now. you all know where we live. there's no such thing as a bad day, but there are better days. later to all. royce b

  • June 25, 2007

    10:44 AM

    lance2 writes:

    viagra works great!!

  • June 25, 2007

    10:22 AM

    oh writes:

    Mike withh the RMN - how do you get this thing off the computer for all of us addicts before we say something we will regret - or have to bill the RMN for other problems or get in trouble with fed communication stuff..

    These creamery nurds are so smart they can figure another way to stay in touch!!

  • June 25, 2007

    10:12 AM

    sitting on the beach smoking a joint writes:

    isn't it funny what it takes to get the blog going again? jealous - i don't think so slim!

  • June 25, 2007

    10:01 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    sorry about double posting the first one had not shown up buy the time I checked it 10 minutes later

  • June 25, 2007

    9:31 AM

    bill Taylor, runnin amuck,, amuck writes:

    hot in denver eh,,, that's why i visit in summertime! i ain't comming in january!
    my wife leaves for chicago tomorow to see her mom who is recovering from surgury. i got the place to myself!!! lookout!
    keep an eye on international news,, you may see me! and scurvy.

  • June 25, 2007

    7:06 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    I haven't blogged on the sit e for quite some time. But I was inspired to do so after reading entries from people like memories, geeze, and some of those who won't sign their blogs GET A LIFE, GROW UP or JUST GO AWAY !!! Wish I could have made it to CS, going to try for CS2.

  • June 25, 2007

    6:54 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    morning

  • June 25, 2007

    6:52 AM

    lance writes:

    right on mack. maybe their just maladjusted.

  • June 25, 2007

    6:51 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good Morning All - have a happy one !

    Karin - yes everyone looked great, hope your earrings did not melt, heard Denver set a record, again. We hit 100 up here. Sounds like another hot one - try to stay cool and refreshed.

  • June 25, 2007

    6:41 AM

    Mack Jordan'65 writes:

    I haven't been on the site for quite some time,but, Isaw a need to respond to the entries from people ( I use that term loosely) like memories, geeze, and some of those that won't sign their blogs. GET A LIFE, GROW UP, OR JUST GO AWAY!!! I wish I could have made it to CS but it didn't workout. I'm going to try for CS2

  • June 25, 2007

    5:54 AM

    lance writes:

    i think the guy is just lonely and jealous.

  • June 25, 2007

    5:43 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    WHO EVER YOU TWO ARE,,,WHY SPOIL THIS FOR THE REST OF US?......GROW UP!!!!!!!!

  • June 25, 2007

    5:39 AM

    geeze writes:

    this might be even more fun - and no names required.

  • June 25, 2007

    5:29 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    here we go! too funny! can you sue a blog??? laughing !

  • June 25, 2007

    5:13 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    hope your plane crashes ! DIP SHIT !!!

  • June 25, 2007

    4:51 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    i think this blog is the party pooper. what's up with that? Well got to catch my private plane to costa rica. see ya. yes, i have an airstrip right out my door too. keep the dirt flying,

  • June 25, 2007

    1:26 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    I don't know who "memories is."

  • June 24, 2007

    9:57 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    Life is to short. Let's rejoice in the little bit that we have

  • June 24, 2007

    9:28 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    to Mr. Memories, You must not be listening.
    And you can't Read either. So,,, what is your point? Never mind. Every party needs a pooper.

  • June 24, 2007

    9:20 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    attitude adjustment needed also

  • June 24, 2007

    9:18 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    spell check needed

  • June 24, 2007

    9:13 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    everyone knows who you are m stop being mean

  • June 24, 2007

    8:34 PM

    MEMORIES writes:

    OF THE V V L CROWD = DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS, ALCHOHOL, ALCHOHOL AND ALCHOHOL.

  • June 24, 2007

    8:18 PM

    Jerry Coulter '74 writes:

    Jerry L. Hay it was good to see and talk to you. Hope you had a good and safe trip back to Idaho,a long drive home I'll bet.I feel I owe you an apology for talking to you in that tone of voice,I realize now you was curious and was wanting an explanation.You got an explanation but did'nt deserve to see my fustration along with it I am sorry Take care old friend.

  • June 24, 2007

    6:15 PM

    karin writes:

    thanks Dana, I know its a 'slim to none" chance on the bbq sauce, but I sure appreciate the thought!!! well, is this hot enough for anyone?? Id take a snow storm any day of the week over99 degrees!! whew!! at least you can put on more clothes, hell, its still hot when your down to wearing just your earrings!!! need something cold to drink, back soon!!.................

  • June 24, 2007

    3:57 PM

    bill Taylor, in the corner, at the table, by the juke box writes:

    plane tickets are bought. better lay in a large supply of beer for august!!
    lobsterfest this weekend with a fishing tournament. i saw a 44lb wahoo, and a very large dorado yesterday!! oh,, and tons of barracudas.

  • June 24, 2007

    3:34 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    hi

  • June 24, 2007

    12:44 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    No, I didn't think of that. Just as well. I'm removing this blog from my computer favorites. Better to see my shrink on this! Ewwwwww!

  • June 24, 2007

    12:35 PM

    how about writes:

    did it occur that there's a private blog and nobody likes us?

  • June 24, 2007

    12:07 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    To much Sat. night partying? Or just too dang hot and lazy Sun. afternoon in store? All the more reason for some conversation here.

  • June 24, 2007

    8:41 AM

    Mark Miller `71 writes:

    All, just to keep it all together, If anyone has a need to get in touch my e-mail is ugly.1972@yahoo.com I had a great time as did my parents. I know it helped some of you to put things into a better perspective having them there. When ever I can get back to Denver I will have to check out Augies and Don. I`m off to the Yacht club and to do a little sailing, I wish all of you a great and wonderful day.

  • June 23, 2007

    9:37 PM

    lance writes:

    bill, is it low tide or high tide ? it's high time you get your butt back. see you soon !!!

  • June 23, 2007

    8:44 PM

    lance writes:

    ethics, wow, need definition. aside from that,
    is it foot wear or butt wear ?

  • June 23, 2007

    8:11 PM

    mj writes:

    not really. haven't you ever worn "thongs" before?

    could be a lot worse!

    It would be unethical if I said any more.

  • June 23, 2007

    8:05 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    you in a thong thats a skerry thought

  • June 23, 2007

    7:34 PM

    mj writes:

    dana, maybe it was the thong?

  • June 23, 2007

    7:23 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Hey time for the nightly financial report, another check today for $20, thanks to Mike and Linda I. Were down only $135 now.

    Saw Royce today, were ready to do another party, as I'm sure everyone is. Guess the future ones we do at Augies will have to do until next years CreameryStock.

    Tom or Ron, let Don know I have the sign from Augies. I'll bring it with me the next were all there.

    Mary, no way, we just wished you could of stayed longer. Good seeing and hugging ya.

    Last day of the Greek Market Place is tomorrow. If you haven't been its a great place to eat great Authentic Greek Food, shop and watch dancing. Its at the Greek Church on east Alameda in Glendale. The church with the big gold dome.

    Karin I'll work on that for you, I know the owner is very fond of his receipies. He doesn't give them out very often.

    Good to see you all on and again thanks for the continued donations. Later

  • June 23, 2007

    5:25 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    RON G. DON'T KNOW FOR SURE WHAT TIME I'LL GET OFF WORK FRI., I'LL KNOW MORE AS THE WEEK GOES ON, WILL KEEP YOU POSTED. WILL BE GLAD TO MEET YOU THERE FOR SURE. IF NOT BEFORE THEN. DON DOESN'T GET THERE TIL 7:00 TIL CLOSE, IF THAT MEANS ANYTHING AS FAR AS TIMING. EITHER WAY, I'LL BE SURE TO MEET YOU THERE.
    SANDIE73, WISH YOU LIVED CLOSER TOO. WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE YOU MORE OFTEN FOR SURE. KARIN, I REMEMBER THE DAYS WHEN YOU GOT THE BEST OF THE WEED(S). PULL ONE, S...E ONE, YOU KNOW. I'VE HAD THE WEEK TO RECOUPE. READY FOR ANOTHER PARTY!!!

  • June 23, 2007

    4:49 PM

    karin writes:

    good to see you all. isn't it weird that it was ONLY one week ago today ?? wow. sure will take the weather we had over today!! we skated on that one!! it sure is cool that you all are sending our pals some extra cash. what a fabulous production they all put on for us!! could not have been better! DANA... I want you to beg, borrow or steal that BBQ sauce recipe for me!!it was so good!! a good bribe maybe???? Sandi, you were so much fun and still just as cute as ever!! I think we alllook pretty darn good don't you???Barbie, ditto for you my friend, still that cute smile, saw it a mile away!!Lance... Im bloggin'-on!! don't want any warts showing up!!Jerry, I bet your ride home was just wonderful, so good to see you too!! well, guess I better get back to my weeds.....................last count was ...weeds....10...karin 0.........not thinkin' that will change much either.. have a great sat night even tho we aren't all together dancin , and havin; fun ok??

  • June 23, 2007

    2:50 PM

    barbie armstrong 68 writes:

    Just keep remembering last saturday!!! Like all of you, I had such a BLAST!!! And wishing that there was another creamstock to go to today!!! Thanks to all who posted pictures of the EVENT, I've really enjoyed looking at them!!!

    On my way home last Saturday night, I kept missing my turn-offs to get on the Highway back to Berthoud. Anyway, I ended up driving thru my old neighborhood and right by...THE CREAMERY!! I said to myself, "this is a fitting end to this day!" I could picture it the "way it was" it looks so different!

    As Karin, I believe, said earlier...on with life!

  • June 23, 2007

    2:24 PM

    Anonymous writes:

    sat.

  • June 23, 2007

    1:59 PM

    lance writes:

    Mr. Bair just knocked on my door. he said if the hooligans didn't keep blogging, it's warts for everyone. i think he meant it this time !

  • June 23, 2007

    1:01 PM

    lance writes:

    just spent a little time scrolling from the cusp of all this. Truly amazing. talk about a snow ball ! this thing is as big as a two story house.
    now, i'm sure mountains can be moved.
    from one little question.
    Too frick'n much.
    it looks like a lot of friends, early on, haven't chimed in again. like the song says,,,,,

    don't be Coy Roy...
    Every one of us are important !!!

  • June 23, 2007

    12:48 PM

    Anonymous writes:

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  • June 23, 2007

    11:15 AM

    lance writes:

    how in the wide "wild" world of sports is every one today ?

  • June 23, 2007

    7:46 AM

    Jerry Coulter '74 writes:

    Man oh Man,Getting to see my X(girlfriend) made the cost of admission a bargain to me,I would have went to C.S. to forgive and forget along time ago,if I was only able to .

  • June 23, 2007

    7:29 AM

    Ron Gupton 71 writes:

    Tom; I was thinking about Augys yesterday afternoon, but wound up just going home and didnt see your post until late. I can meet you there next Friday about 5pm.

    Lance; RIGHT ON !!!!!!!!!

  • June 23, 2007

    6:36 AM

    Sandie '73 writes:

    Good Morning All - have a happy one.

    Karin - hot for sure, seems like we didn't have a spring. Winter to summer!!! Wind - you were thinking of a cool breeze to cool off by - right? HA

    Glad to see everyone has made it home safe.

  • June 23, 2007

    6:33 AM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    WILL DO. DIDN'T GET THE CHANCE TO PICK ONE UP AT CS. WILL GET A CHECK YOUR WAY SOON. HEARD IT IS A GOOD RECORDING!
    OFF TO WORK!

  • June 23, 2007

    6:15 AM

    Sue and Dave P writes:

    When people started arriving around three or so I was busy getting the band set up and running around like a chicken with my head cut off and there were several old freinds who I had to say hi to and I'll talk to y9ou in just a little bit then never had the chance to talk to again. especially when it got pitch black out.
    Mike Coon, Judy Jordan .Mike Irons, Ron Brown, Phyllis, and I,m sure several others.
    No brush off believe me. Sorry I missed catching up.
    I printed up 50 copies of my cd to sell at creamstock. I have 45 left!. It is my first solo attempt. All my other cd's have been collaborations. I recorded it over a 2 year period 2004 to 2006 . I play all instruments and vocals on it with guest appearances by two femal vocalists on three songs and my bro in law tim on elec. guitar on a coupe of songs. If any one is interested in buying the cd at the bargain price of 10$ postage paid please email me your address or mail me 10$ with your return address and I will send it to you. Thanks again all you dancin fools! You all looked great out there last weekend!
    My email is ssjogren2@msn.com
    1170 so elm st denver co 80246
    Yes, it's in our homeland.

  • June 22, 2007

    11:59 PM

    Tom Armstrong writes:

    HAVE TO AGREE WITH LANCE. THE PAST NEEDS TO STAY THERE. A LOT LESS PAINFUL FOR EVERYONE. AND THE TIME IS SO SHORT NOW A DAY WE NEED TO SPEND IT WISELY FOR SURE. I'D HATE TO THINK ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE LESS THAN PLEASED WITH ME,,,,NO TIME FOR THAT.

    WENT TO AUGY'S THIS EVENING...DIDN'T KNOW A SOUL THERE EXCEPT DON OF COURSE. GOING TO TRY FOR EVERY FRI. NIGHT.SURE WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE SOME COMPANY.

    OH YEAH, FOR JEAN JORDAN, HEY, DON'T BE A TEASE AND ONLY BLOG ON TWICE. SOME OF US WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU MORE. AND,,,,I WAS WONDERING IF YOUR FOLKS STILL LIVE IN THE SAME HOUSE? I HAVE A FRIEND WHO LIVES A COUPLE OF BLOCKS AWAY, SO I GO BY THERE QUITE FREQUENTLY, THOUGHT I SAW YOUR DAD, AT LEAST I THINK IT LOOKED LIKE HIM FROM WHAT I REMEMBER. GIVE US A HELLO IF YOU WOULD, OK? OR AGAIN MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS Tarmst1953@aol.com. WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN. AFTER ALL YOU DID SOCIALIZE WITH SOME OF US CREAMERY PEOPLE BEFORE.

  • June 22, 2007

    10:20 PM

    lance writes:

    this site has no time for enemies.
    only our energies. x- this. x-that. imagine that ? we all have our past issues.
    please, when you come to this table, leave them behind..

  • June 22, 2007

    9:18 PM

    mj writes:

    Well, my X- RG said I made a lot of enemys (sp) on the site.

    RG - Ron Gupton

  • June 22, 2007

    9:09 PM

    Dana 69 writes:

    Hey glad to see somemore people on. Almost at 6000.

    Got two more checks today, thanks to Nancy B. and Kevin F. Total of $55. Were only down $155. You people are great. Keep it coming. Again its
    Dana Lallo
    6838 W Elmhurst Ave
    Lit., Colo 80128

    Kevin I don't think I even saw you there, sorry but we were pretty busy feeding and dancing.

    Bill no doubt were ready to party at Augies when you get here.

    Jerry good to see you made it home, safe and sound.

    Lance you said it all with it feels like the day after Christmas. But we have to keep looking forward to the minny get togethers at Augies.

    Karin, easy girl.

    Again thanks to all who donated into the box and to all who have sent checks, Later

  • June 22, 2007

    8:37 PM

    Randy Pote writes:

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  • June 22, 2007

    7:48 PM

    karin writes:

    a glass of wind????????????????? sheesh, it sounds like Ive already had a bunch of wine doesn't it?????????? ok, ok, maybe a few............................. see ya all later, its, wine and movie night and then looking at the back of my eyelids............ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

  • June 22, 2007

    7:40 PM

    JerryLarsen71 writes:

    I got home early Tuesday morning after taking about a zillion spare and scenic county roads back to Boise and just wanted to add my two cents and repeat the thanks to everybody. organizers and participants, you know who you are, but especially:

    Dave, the band AND the sound guy (the unsung dude behind the boards)-once again, you guys are pros.
    Royce & sons AND friends.
    Dana, Georgia AND Chad (another unsung and quiet guy behind the tables).
    all the Liz's, Lance's, and Karin's and everybody else that kept it going and made it possible.
    Lance maybe another analogy to the "lull" may be that everyone is having a cigarette??
    Again thanks to all-it was a blast seeing old friends and meeting new, can't wait for the next one.


  • June 22, 2007

    6:43 PM

    karin writes:

    Hey all you kids on creamland!! how the heck is everyone. wow, it does seem to be pretty slow, but it IS summertime.................and the livin is easy................ok, Im back, I was singing there for a moment and it wasn't pretty!! it seems like REAL life has taken over once again, and that kinda sucks out loud!! BUT, I knowwe will hear from alot of our CS folks here and there right?? I know it is a busy time of year mybe they are still napping???? hey, it could happen!! anyway, great so see ya Bill, can't wait to meet you in aug!! we will BE THERE with bells on!!crap, if the heat doesn't let up that is ALL we will have on!! Phylis.. I got your message!! YES, I want to stay in touch.forever!! can't wait till you move back here girl! we will go to lunch and celebrate!! it was SO special to see you!!! I spent all day in the U-hills hood today watering!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was "close to home" huh?? anyway, keep on keepin on guys!! love ya all!! Im fried....getting a glass of wind and going out to just "sit" sounds WAY good to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!