Waiting to Cross…

Grateful Blog Day 100: I waited 3 times on the highway today…once for a herd of deer another a herd of Bighorn sheep and then for a real live cattle drive…I was Grateful to be driving slow and sightseeing and to have met up with them during the day and not at night…stopped in at the famous Adel store (under new ownership) for gas and an ice cold coke…I’m Grateful for both since the next town is 90 miles away…Happy Trails!

About Dan Weber

Award winning songwriter Dan Weber is a storyteller in the long tradition of great singer-songwriters. In just 4 short years since his first performance, he has been reveling audiences with heartbreaking and funny songs, inspired and energetic performances, and hilarious, true stories from the road’s he’s travelled. A cowboy at heart, he was one of five National Finalists in the 2010 Dave Carter Memorial Songwriting Contest and was given the nickname ‘Dangerous Dan’ one cold, winter night in Toronto, Canada, by legendary songwriter Tom Russell. Just as likely to make you laugh or cry, Weber was a Winner of the West Coast Songwriter's Performing Songwriter Competition in both 2011 and 2009 and also won 2010 ‘Best Performer’ and ‘Best Song’ honors along with two separate ‘Song of the Year’ awards. Often backed by rollicking guitarist Jerry Towell, Weber is an emerging artist with original voice, an old soul, and a gifted storyteller not to be missed.
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One Response to Waiting to Cross…

  1. Pat Willey says:

    Just before you come back home, stop an cut a small branch of sage and put it on the dashboard, or under the seat of your truck. It will make the memories last a bit longer when you return.

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