Posts Tagged ‘Windsor Missouri’
I took some music to the restaurant this morning when we went for breakfast. Our office is on Main Street in Windsor Missouri, right near the 4-way, so I can see the Wagon Wheel Cafe from the office. We know who is there by the trucks parked out front. Nancy and I headed out with some music by Dan Roberts and Gary P. Nunn. Three of the guys at the Wagon Wheel are ranchers. Two more showed up a few minutes after we did.
For the past few days The Country Classics, based in Windsor Missouri, has been pounded with cold weather. More than 100 school districts have canceled classes for today ahead of the latest round of heavy snow and dangerous cold weather. The wind chill will be 38 degrees below zero tonight. This morning, as I checked the weather report, I thought of Gordon Lighfoot’s song “10 Degrees and Getting Colder”.
This article, written on a rainy Saturday morning in Windsor Missouri, reminds me more of Baxter Black than the features I usually write. Do you remember Readers Digest from years ago? We read “Humor in Uniform”, “All In A Day’s Work”, and “Life In These United States.”
Eddie Kilroy had Ray Price on his show this morning and I was lucky enough to talk to both of them. Many people have asked why I don’t have a feature piece about Ray Price, and the true answer is that I’ve been working on it for a while. It just isn’t ready to publish.