I received a very prestigious award yesterday that I would love to share. Most of you know that before my photography I was very much into the music scene. During the 60s, 70s, and 80s I was I was a wild saxophonist, playing with various bands and musicians over the years. I retired from music in 1986. Well, the West Texas Hall of Fame decided that I ought to have the Pioneer Award for the year 2015. I received this plaque yesterday. I was honored to receive it and glad that they didn’t have to present it posthumously. 🙂
I will be back with some birding and photography posts after I return from a vacation next week.
While I am gone, you would enjoy reading of my musical exploits. Click HERE.
There are six small and entertaining parts. That will give you some insight as to why I was given this award.
Congrats Mr. Bob, sorry I have not commented lately, work, raising my 8 year old little girl, and my 24 year old son is in his last year of Law school at Wake Forest, leaves very little time for anything else.
Thanks, Raven. Really great to hear from you again.
That’s so cool!
Thank you very much, Natalie.
Congratulations, Bob. Well deserved award and glad you are still alive and kicking. 😉
Thank you very much, Jane.
Interesting that you posted this, Bob. I had been looking at your older posts concerning your musical background – just last week. Congratulations, and I’m glad it wasn’t given posthumously, t00 🙂
Thank you, Terra, I appreciate it very much. 🙂