Ask whatever questions you have. You Know You've Been a Bad Girl, Now it's Time to Pay the Price. We can lbs dark hair and eyes and easy on the eyes lol also non smoker.
Although your eyes were on youryou must have noticed me looking.
Jim and I left Dallas and drove miles and got there just about the right time to settle in, head down and visit with all the folks arriving. The Webbs are kind enough to allow me to post many of their minerals and to show how fun they are. I dedicate this show report to them.
So, here we go! I always love how flat Houston is, you can get some good photos of the skyline off in the distance! Yep, look at that exhaust pipe, we are definitely in Houston!!! Interesting views along the way Gathering in the living room, poor Holly is straining to look up at that very tall fellow, Farrar Stockton.
Nice, glass blown art. Lois Nelson and Dave Waisman. Joe Budd talks with Gary White. Tim and Holly Smith chat with Cal Graeber. Cal Graeber and Rosemary White. Bill, Tom and Jim. Watch Will Larson, Bill's son as he realizes I am taking photos In America people call it a bomb if others draw attention without the people, in the photo, knowing.
Marc Countiss and Dave Bristol. Jim and the Dorris family. Krystle and Joe Dorris, daughter and Dad and me. The Dorris family is on the t. Dona Leicht gets in line Gotta love a man who loves a dog!!! Bill Larson and George Hickox. Chris from Sunnywood bases. Wayne Leicht dressed appropriately! Joe Budd does a great job on talking about mineral photography. The Webb's had a caricature artist at the party, what fun!
Everything has been so much fun so far. This is a collector I met in Tucson, he is in my show report. Reiskin who lives in Florida. I so enjoyed my chances to visit with him, he is just delightful. Love this base, their first mineral! The Webb's are so fun. Steve Behling, Collector's Edge.
Rob Lavinsky and Bill Larson, aren't they good to stand still long enough for me to photo them? Two high energy fellows! Nathan and the "pup". These are what make mineral shows so much fun, the gatherings and chance to meet and talk about all aspects of the mineral world.
Having groups, such as HAMS and MAD and the groups around the country are great, you have mentors that help you, people to go to when you feel that a sale didn't go well, etc.
And the monthly meetings and guest speakers are a great learning experience. Anyhow, more of the Webb's minerals Ah, now they are under the right light Dude, you need a cowboy hat! Rob, James and Joe. James trying to look like a serious cowboy Look who couldn't keep a straight face for long!
Joe is the one who took my photo for the Christophe Gobin advert in the MinRec and was having some fun with me being the photographer for a change! Dave Waisman's lovely sister in law! Their business is D. Cowgirl and Cowboy Webb!
Gotta love these two! I wish I could remember what I said Dave Waisman's brother, Don. Don and Barbara Waisman. Jarred and Trent, Gemnasty. Pu Tzu and Jim. Joe Budd's caricature is really good! Jim loves to look at everything! This is just so Texas!
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