Friday, May 14, 2010 @12:01:05 PM
Friday, May 14, 2010 @12:29:44 PM
Thanks. Dad played fiddle and french harp (harmonica) until he started medical school but he did stay on playing the harmonica.
Frisco Fred Says:
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 @5:59:48 PM
My dad started with the violin at age six. In 1922, he paid $300 for the violin that he toured with. He kept giving me 2/4 violins, hoping I would follow in his footsteps. I tried playing that lil' violin like a guitar. I ended up racing bikes for a living. That was something he feared and distained.
Love the profile of that Harley Cafe Racer, great picture.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 @6:29:15 PM
Loved that Harley like a family member. My arthritis in my neck and shoulders got so bad I couldn't ride so I finally sold her. I still have my '59 Triumph race bike sittin' in my living room but the Harley needed to be ridden. It was a great bike. I have lots of stories about it. I took it to a bike show once and for a while there were more folks crowded around it than were in looking at the Show bikes. I think the color had something to do with that.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 @2:38:40 PM
In case you find that last entry confusing, My last avatar was an XLCR Harley painted Porsche guards red!
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