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Disguise: Convict with Clown and First Nations Warrior (of sorts)

Convict, Clown and First Nations: daveo disguised
Convict, Clown and First Nations
I ventured out, moustachioed, into the wilds of Guilford complete with my inmate number for easy identification.
 
Along with brother Dan as a clown, no tears for this one, and brother Bob with some inappropriate cultural appropriation upon which I won’t comment upon further, we would rampage through Guilford Mews condos using pillowcases instead of plastic sacks to collect the trick or treat bounty. 
 
Surrey, circa 1976?
 
 

Navajo activists speak to Neil Young audience at Red Rocks

Add a Neil Young concert at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, a group of Navajo activist share thoughts about an illegal land seizure of sacred land, and sing a song about their challenges.

First Nations Drum & Song at Olympic Resistance Network Press Conference

Arizona with Ole Gramps – Postcard #57

Pod cover - Postcards - Arizona Ole Gramps

While summertime camping alongside Owl Creek and charging the recorder with the rays of the sun, Dave reads a short story written while on the road with ole dead Grandpa called “So the Legends Go” – a portrait of life one morning in Navajo Nation in 1987 – accompanied by adolescent observations and musings. Accompanied by Dan Funboy on guitar and solar-powered vaporizer.

Hit the road to Arizona with Ole Gramps – Postcard #57 (128k mp3, 9:40, 9MB)

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