Yealer, to update this story. The precious girl's name is Lamb Chop, we got her Thursday at our house in Arizona. She is doing well. she has her own bed, and she is fed and well cared for, and will be for the rest of her day's. She is so cute and precious. She has found a forever "foster family" home.
Another update on Lambchop. Rhonda took her to the vet today. She has an abscess tooth that is being taken care of as we speak. She goes in and out the doggie door, suns herself in the yard and comes back in. She knows where her bed is. She recognizes voices, she is just a delight. As soon as I can figure it out I will make a compilation of pictures and video of her on here.
Right there in the middle by the fountain was where I had just gotten my Toughskin clothes at Sears, and sat down to rest. I got up and left the clothes there. The old man was lived, he had to go and spend another $12.00 on school clothes to replace the ones I lost.
I just saw this for the first time. I was impressed by the sound of the piano at the end, It sounded like the original, then saw it was Hargus Robbins. Then it hit me, he played the original piano at the end. Sounded the same. I was impressed by the steel player, that was close to the original too.
Thanks Mr. Whittaker for the kind words. I was raised on bluegrass music. My father loved it and Jimmie Rogers The singing Brakeman. I like Bluegrass, Honkytonk and Rockabilly. Had a Flatt and Scruggs 8 track in the truck.