13 thoughts on “Bucket list

  1. Nice pic. Hope to meet up with you again sometime, Wade. My wife and I still miss Vegas. lol It’s a strange, yet interesting place to say the least.

  2. The show was fantastic, 3 hours long, he played all of the music that made Pink Floyd and himself famous. The great gig in the sky was sung by two woman that looked like Blondie. Beer was 12 bucks a pop, so that Is why I still remember the concert. If Mr Waters ever comes to your town and you like Pink Floyd I recommend seeing the show.you will get your money’s worth. NC, let me know when you come.to town, will hang out again.

  3. I saw Pink Floyd in the 1987 tour, 2 nights in a row. WOW it was a great show. It was my first time to travel that far north up into Yankee territory. Of course we southerners back then, call anything north of Chattanooga Yankee territory. We met up with some nice folks that reminded us of the hillbilly rednecks back home and hung out with them till the show started at the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky. They denied being Yankees and we did not see a need to argue and left it alone. After the show with no place to go and never been in Lexington, we found a convenient store that was open at drive thru window only. Never seen that before. Got a case of beer and directions to nearest hotel and we were set for the night. I was in my mid to late 20s then, time just slips away it seems. http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/pink-floyd/1987/rupp-arena-lexington-ky-63d76a8f.html

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