We have been working hard to get our MoArk Models Book together. Thanks to everyone who has already submitted their info. If you are one of these models, please, go to ModelMayhem.com and get your FREE portfolio site then send us the link. If you haven’t sent your info or you know someone who may be interested, go to the “MoArk Models” tab and complete the form. Thanks and be sure to tell all of your friends.
It was just brought to my attention that someone hacked my Twitter account and liked several very inappropriate videos that posted to sites in my name. That was NOT me and steps have been taken to block that user from Twitter. I apologize for this problem but it wasn’t me. HACKERS SUCK!!!
I have always wanted to go to a drive-in movie theater. So, we finally did it. We took the family to the Sunset Drive-In located in Aurora, Mo and had a blast. The night was perfect and you can’t beat it. $7 per person for two feature films and the concessions were priced so everyone could get all they wanted without emptying their pockets. If you have never done this, you should. Just be sure to ask tons of questions about where and how to park or the security guys will bug you to death. Give it a go, we know you will love it. Click on the image above for more details about the Drive-In.
Here are some examples of the photography work by Midwest Exposures. They are always looking for beautiful models wanting to update their portfolio. Check them out at http://www.MidwestExposures.com and tell them we sent you.
I took my family to see “The Great Passion Play” in Eureka Springs, Ar. last night. The weather forecast was horrible to say the least. The area was expecting a very bad storm but it didn’t rain until we were leaving the parking lot and then it was only a drop or two. It was so comfortable watching the show and the lightning in the distant background added to the special effects of the evening. It still makes my heart warm watching the play, even after all these years. If you have never seen it, I would suggest you do so. Click on the image to learn more about this wonderful play.
The valley came alive this weekend in Denver, Arkansas as riders and spectators from all over the country came out for the 7th Annual Rock Bottom Chuck Wagon Races & Rodeo. Although it was nearly eight miles down a dirt road off Hwy 65, everyone seemed to find it without delay. Horses were everywhere, kids were playing in the creeks and the wagons were racing around a huge field. Never having the opportunity to attend an event like this, I didn’t know what to expect. All I can say is, “If you have never been to a chuck wagon race, you should go and see for yourself just how much fun this really is.” Check out more photo’s of the weekend events at MidwestExposures.com. See if you can spot the wheel that flew off one of the wagons in turn one. It almost took out one of the cameramen. I hope everyone had a safe and fun Memorial Day Weekend.
These guys are AWESOME!!! If you like to hear a rock solid band, check these guys out. You will LOVE them!!! See more photo’s of them at MidWestExposures.com, under the “Crawdad Day’s” link.