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Hitchin' It Up For 34 Years
 

The Weekend With Bob

Hitchin' It Up For 34 Years
 
Posted August 11 2008 06:24 PM by Bob Ryder 
Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Past Events, Opinions, Funny Stories, Classic Truck Trends

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They say, its not what you've got that makes a quality life, its who you spend it with. In 1974 I married my college sweetheart Cathey. Over more than three decades she has truely been my soul mate, through sickness and health, for rich or poor. She has also been the mother of my two sons Zac and Casey. This weekend we celebrated our 34th wedding aniversary. Check it out....


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Saturday early morning 6:00 a.m. I cruised over to Adams Donut Shop in the '59 Bel Air to have a donut and coffee with a bunch of my gearhead buddies. The main attraction at the donut shop is the pre-dawn migration of 200 plus hot rods, customs and classic vehicles. After an hour of bonding with my buds and checking out the parking lot rides it was time for a cruise down Main St. Huntington Beach and a belly fillin' outdoor breakfast at the Surgar Shack.
After breakfast it was time to roll over to a buddy of mines shop where I have been working on a project for the wife. Today is paint day, thanks to Jerry my hired gun, Cathey's future cool ride was prepped and sprayed.
That evening the wife and I double dated with another horsepower funatic couple John and Pam. Our evenings entertainment destination was "The Cellar" a popular underground night club underneath an old highrise building in downtown Long Beach. "The Cellar' was featuring Rod Piazza and the Mightnight Flyers, an insane blues band. Rod Piazza is a world renoun harmonica player, his wife Honey is also an award winning piano/keyboardest. Other members of the band is guitarist Henery Carvajal and drummer David Kida with guest saxophone player, damn I can't remember his name, but he kicks ass. They performed song-after-song for three-hours. After exiting in the early morning hours we began our uneventful journey home.

What a great way to spend my 34th wedding anniversary with my wife, freinds, food, hot rods and blues......

A great time was had by all.

Bob Ryder 



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