Waylon, Willie, and the Boys were'nt there ..

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Waylon, Willie, and the Boys were'nt there ..

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but we were ... along with a lot of other folks. Good music. Good food. Grand to be with family.

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Neat place huh Jim? Had always been on my bucket list so I went mostly to be able to cross it off but really enjoyed it. I was stationed at Fort Hood for a time and we tried to see as much as we could.
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Re: Waylon, Willie, and the Boys were'nt there ..

Post by rossim92 »

now,all you need to do is stand on the corner of Winslow, Arizona! :D
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